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Jenkins Management in Linux

In the last artical we known about How to install jenkins in Linux, In this we will known about the Jenkins management, Jenkins System...

How to install Ansible and Use it in Automation

In this artical we will known about how to install Ansible, Before going through that we would known about what is Ansible and what's...

Automatically install configure Nginx with php-fpm and one from MySQL, PostgreSQL...

This article will help all of us to automatically install, configure Nginx with PHP-FPM, configure virtual host and will rpovide us choose one of...

HOW TO ADD CRON JOBS IN LINUX AND UNIX

  Introduction Cron job are used to schedule commands to be executed periodically. You can setup commands or scripts, which will repeatedly run at a...

Jenkins Installation in Linux

Jenkins Jenkins is a self-contained Java-based program, ready to run out-of-the-box, with packages for Windows, Mac OS X and other Unix-like operating systems. The project...

How to enable or disable repositories in CentOS

I am sure most of you use many YUM repositories to install softwares on any RPM based distributions like RHEL, CentOS, Fedora etc. Sometimes,...

Automated configuration for Django in Centos7 with Nginx and Gunicorn

If you are Python Django developer, then each time you must create python environment and configure web server for your codes. For web server...

Automated Apache PHP and MySQL for FreeBSD and CentOS7 servers

This script will automatically check OS type and version. If OS version is CentOS7 script will continue works for CentOS7 or if OS version...

Basics you must know for RHCSA Exam preparation

2.1 A brief introduction to Linux Basics required for RHCSA Welcome back, in the previous tutorial we discussed what RHCSA examination is all about, what...

Using hybrid graphic card INTEL-AMD on Arch Linux

In this tutorial I am going to show you how to configure two graphic card - Intel and Amd - on most laptops using...

Top 15 file compression utilities in Linux

A Brief introduction to file compression File compression is a routine task for most of the Administrators and normal users, to save disk space and...

Installation and Review of Fedora 24

Fedora 24 was released on June 21, 2016.We have already covered an article, which you may like to go through Fedora 24 released – See...

Install Webmin On Ubuntu 14 15 and 16

Webmin is an open source, web based system administration tool for Unix/Linux. Using Webmin, you can setup and configure all services such as DNS,...

Fedora 24 released – See What is new

Fedora Project, proudly announced the release and general availability of Fedora 24 on June 21, 2016 after the Beta release was delayed for various...

How to upgrade or update kernel of the CentOS to Latest...

The kernel is the core of the operating system, and runs the CPU, manages system memory, controls access to disk drives, and contains device...

Learn file management commnad line required for RHCSA

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...

Review: Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial Xerus)

Introduction Here we are again staring down the face of a new release of Ubuntu. This time around we see the release of the new...

Password Management in Linux by using passwd command

A password(commonly knows as passwd in linux) is an unspaced sequence of characters used to determine that a computer user requesting access to a...

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