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Log management, disk partition and LVM management  for RHCSA-An introduction Log management, disk partition and LVM management are important aspect from RHCSA point of view.This...

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In our last post on Shell Scripting, Starting with Linux Shell Scripting you have seen how to start with shell scripts. Shell scripts may or...

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A brief introduction to RHCSA tutorial Welcome back, this is the fifth tutorial of RHCSA examination preparation tutorial series, we have published four articles of...

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A brief introduction to virtualization Today we will learn installing docker with Ubuntu, mint and CentOS 7 Linux,  Before the evolution of the concept of...

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3.0 Introduction to Red Hat Linux Key file system Welcome back, in this ‘RHCSA examination preparation guide’ series two articles are published, this is third...

Learn man, vim editor and file globbing for RHCSA

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Canonical unveiled the 6th LTS release with Ubuntu 16.04. This release has been codenamed as Xerial Xerus. We have already covered - what's new...

Ubuntu 16.04 Released: See what’s new

Canonical Proudly announced the release of 6th Long Term Support (LTS) of Ubuntu with 16.04 on April 21, 2016. Ubuntu 16.04 is codenamed Xerial...

A Simple Bash Script to display your CPU Temperature and Battery...

This article is primarily aimed at those who are newer to shell scripting. I go into depth to hopefully show beginners a practical use...

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Startup time Vi(m) proponents complain about Emacs's startup time. Yes, Emacs is slow to start up, but this is not a big deal: you start...

Install Plank on Linux Mint, Ubuntu and Fedora

A brief Introduction to Plank dock Most of  the Linux distro does not come with Dock application as default, Linux enables a user to customize...

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