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How to Monitor Filesystem Events with incron

Sometimes there is just a need to monitor specific files or filesystems and perform actions or receive notifications, this is where incron can help. incron...

iptraf: A TCP/UDP Network Monitoring Utility

iptraf is an ncurses-based IP LAN monitor that generates various network statistics including TCP info, UDP counts, ICMP and OSPF information, Ethernet load info,...

How To Install And Manage Java On Ubuntu

Java becomes the best Internet development standard for enterprise Web application development. Today, many programs require to have Java installed. On this article we will...

How To Install Elementary-Tweaks via PPA

Elementary OS is a beautiful looking OS with great User Interface (UI) but as users like to tweak their systems, Elementary tweaks is a...

ArchLinux Decided to Move to MariaDB

What's  MariaDB : is an community-developed fork of the MySQL relational database management system, the impetus being the community maintenance of its free status under the GNU GPL, as opposed...

The Unhackable Google!

Facebook, Twitter, and Microsoft (in no particular order) were recently attacked by hackers. This led to a number of questions being raised. How did...

Installation Of WordPress With OpenLiteSpeed

WordPress is a free and open-source blogging tool and a content management system (CMS) based on PHP and MySQL. It was released in 2003...

How to Backup and Restore MySQL Database on Fedora16, Centos and...

The mysqldump client is a backup program originally written by Igor Romanenko. It can be used to dump a database or a collection of...

Setup Backup Server Using Bacula And Webmin On CentOS 6.5/6.4

Bacula is an open source, network backup software, used to allow the System Administrators to manage backup, recovery and send the verification of data's...

Install And Configure PXE Server On Ubuntu 15.04

This tutorial describes how to setup a PXE server on Ubuntu 15.04 server and how to configure a PXE client. We have already written PXE...

Install Cacti Network Monitoring Tool on CentOS 6.4 / RHEL 6.4...

Cacti is an open source, front-end for the data logging tool called RRDtool. It is a web based network monitoring and graphing tool. For...

Is Unity 8 Super Fast or What?

Just a few days ago, Unity 8 became available for Ubuntu 13.10. However, it is just an Alpha release and it's not coming to...

Install CentOS 6.5 Using Kickstart Method

Installing Linux can be done via multiple methods like (DVD/ftp/http/NFS/), but the easiest way is from kickstart file. Its very easy, and fast method. Before...

SolusOS Eveline 1.2 Review

After recently installing the Debian based edition of Linux Mint operating system on my home office desktop, I decided to take a look at...

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...

Install nSnake Game In Terminal

From github repo nsnake is a clone of the classic snake game that we all used to play on our cellphones. You play this...

Install And Configure OpenLDAP In Ubuntu 15.04 And Debian 8

About OpenLDAP OpenLDAP is a free open source Light Weight Directory Access protocol developed by the OpenLDAP project. It is a platform independent protocol, so...

Configuring Sendmail SMTP server on CentOS & Scientific Linux

Sendmail is the default SMTP (Simple mail transfer protocol) server installed on CentOS and although it can be slightly more complicated for beginners to...

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