As we all know, “ifconfig” command is used to configure a network interfaces in GNU/Linux systems. It displays the details of a network interface card like IP address, MAC Address, and the status of a network interface card etc. But, this command is obsolete, and is not found in the minimal versions of RHEL 7 and its […]
As you probably know, most applications have no compatibility across different operating systems. Officially, we can only install Windows applications on Windows, Mac applications on macOS, and Linux applications on Linux. Unofficially, though, we can install some Windows applications on Linux, by using Wine. Let’s see how to install Wine in Linux Mint and Ubuntu. […]
There are hundreds of Linux distributions, ranging from the friendly Ubuntu and Linux Mint to the powerful Arch Linux. What they all have in common is that we download an ISO file, and must then create a Linux Installation Disc or USB. In this guide, you will find the best free applications to create Linux installation media, […]
Free, lightweight, open source, and cross-platform, KeePass is one of the best-regarded password managers. It is also one of the safest, since it stores the database locally, not on a cloud service, virtually eliminating the danger of hacks and data breaches. Let’s see how to install KeePass in Linux Mint or Ubuntu, and keep all […]
When you first logged in to your WiFi network using your Linux computer you probably allowed it to save the password so that you didn’t need to enter it again. Imagine you got a new device such as a phone or games console that also needed to connect to the wireless network. You could go hunting […]
Sometimes you need to pack/unpack files in the terminal, so you have to remember commands for different types of archives. Make it easier for you – just bookmark this page and you will always know what to type into terminal 🙂
Sometimes happen that you can try to stop process in with kill command, but the process still remain. It is because by default graceful signal is used. To end process for sure you need to use immediate terminations.
Preparation for installation NextCloud on Ubuntu 16.04 It is needed to have (virtual) machine with installed Ubuntu 16.04 minimal Create users for ssh and add them to file /etc/sudoers Forbid login to ssh for root user in file /etc/ssh/sshd_config and restart the ssh sevice