offer jobs schedule amazon media file explorer download upload index folder image licenses menu widget Play Pause profile-settings more dots-two-horizontal dots-two-vertical more-vertical pending google-plus hangouts facebook instagram whatsapp spotify telegram twitter vine renren rss youtube twitch vimeo flickr dribble behance deviantart 500px steam github soundcloud skype reddit linkedin lastfm delicious stackoverflow pinterest xing flattr foursquare yelp World

Cloud Computing

  • Understanding & Displaying Running Processes In Ubuntu

    Understanding & Displaying Running Processes In Ubuntu

    Processes are tasks or program that is running, these processes might as well be a daemon (background task). In this guide, you will learn how to determine the process running on your system, as wel

  • Managing Jobs In Ubuntu (Minimize Processes)

    Managing Jobs In Ubuntu (Minimize Processes)

    In this guide, you will learn how to minimize processes, and work on other stuff while the process is still going on, this is similar to the way you would...

  • Dealing With Misbehaving Processes in Ubuntu

    Dealing With Misbehaving Processes in Ubuntu

    If you are used to the Windows system, you would have likely come across a misbehaving application, which can most likely be killed using the Task Manager. This is similar in GNU/Linux, the only diff

  • Installing and Using (Zip & Unzip) In Ubuntu

    Installing and Using (Zip & Unzip) In Ubuntu

    Zip is a compression and file packaging utility, this is useful for packaging a set of files for distribution; for archiving files; and for saving disk space by temporarily compressing unused files

  • Understanding & Scheduling Tasks With Cron [Ubuntu]

    Understanding & Scheduling Tasks With Cron [Ubuntu]

    I previously wrote a tutorial about managing system processes in ubuntu, where we walked through starting, stopping programs, and the likes. In some cases, you may need an application to perform a ta

  • Managing System Processes (Daemons) In Ubuntu

    Managing System Processes (Daemons) In Ubuntu

    System processes or Mr. daemons are processes that run in the background on your server, most of the time, they start automatically when your server boots. An example is the OpenSSH Daemon (sshd) whi

  • Monitoring Memory Usage [Ubuntu]

    Monitoring Memory Usage [Ubuntu]

    Understanding how GNU/Linux manages memory is not quite that black and white, but it's really straightforward if you can get the concept. free command is one of the useful utility for monitoring mem

  • Installing, Removing & Searching Software Packages In [Ubuntu]

    Installing, Removing & Searching Software Packages In [Ubuntu]

    There are several ways to install, remove and search software packages in Ubuntu, and the way you would install, remove and search software packages...

  • Understanding & Managing Network Interfaces In Ubuntu

    Understanding & Managing Network Interfaces In Ubuntu

    In this guide, you will learn how to manage network interfaces in Ubuntu with some tidbit you shouldn't ignore while managing interfaces in ubuntu...

  • Beginners Guide To SSH Key Management

    Beginners Guide To SSH Key Management

    When you connect to a server via SSH from the client (the machine you want to use to establish the connection to the server), you will be asked to authenticate using the password of the user trying t

  • Finding & Removing Orphaned Apt Packages in Ubuntu

    Finding & Removing Orphaned Apt Packages in Ubuntu

    When you install software packages (e.g Nginx) in Ubuntu or Debian, the software would most likely depend on other packages to run, so, if the packages that it depends on aren't installed, it is goin

  • Understanding The Differences Between Debian & Snap Packages [Ubuntu]

    Understanding The Differences Between Debian & Snap Packages [Ubuntu]

    There's generally two different types of package format available in Ubuntu, one is Debian package and the other is a snap package. But before we understand the difference between the two, what are p

  • Understanding Permissions on Files & Directories In Linux [Easy Way]

    Understanding Permissions on Files & Directories In Linux [Easy Way]

    In this guide, we will learn the concepts of permissions using an analogical approach and we dive straight into settings permission, removing permissions...

  • Getting Started With OpenSSH

    Getting Started With OpenSSH

    OpenSSH allows you to connect remotely to other GNU/Linux servers/machines securely. It isn't just a tool for a secure network connection, it also provides a large suite of tools such as a powerful a

  • Understanding & Assigning a Static IP addresses in Ubuntu

    Understanding & Assigning a Static IP addresses in Ubuntu

    In this guide, you will learn and understand differnt ways of assigning Static IP addresses in Ubuntu, I would also outline the reason you should assign and...

  • Easy Guide To Setting A Hostname In Linux/Ubuntu

    Easy Guide To Setting A Hostname In Linux/Ubuntu

    In this guide, you would learn what a hostname means, how to view a hostname and how to properly set up a hostname on your Linux system...

  • Simplifying SSH Connections With a Config File

    Simplifying SSH Connections With a Config File

    In this guide, you will learn how to simplify ssh connections with a config file. The way this works is you create a configuration file for servers that you...

  • What is The /etc/skel directory In Linux

    What is The /etc/skel directory In Linux

    The /etc/skel directory is useful in cases you would like to distribute default configuration files. For example, if you have recommended settings for text...

  • Limiting/Configuring Administrator Access With Sudo In [Linux/Ubuntu]

    Limiting/Configuring Administrator Access With Sudo In [Linux/Ubuntu]

    In this guide, you would learn how to configure or a limit what a sudo user group can do, the problem with the default sudo group is that any member of the...

  • Setting Up ClassicPress/WordPress on Ubuntu 16.04 Using VestaCP at Upcloud

    Setting Up ClassicPress/WordPress on Ubuntu 16.04 Using VestaCP at Upcloud

    In this guide, you will learn how to set up, install and configure ClassicPress or Wordpress on an unmanaged web server using Upcloud VPS (Virtual Private..

Sub Categories