Ubuntu

Ubuntu server is an open-source platform that enables admin to create highly available servers, whether you are planning to manage your own servers, creating complex configurations, managing virtual machines, deploying applications, or even automating configuration.

Like I previously said on my first blog post, the goal of this website is to share what I have learned with others in an understandable and the most simplified way, I am currently reading various books about Ubuntu, so I will be sharing with you what I have learned from Scratch, you can track my progress below.

  • Using Pageant To Automatically Authenticate SSH key in Putty

    Using Pageant To Automatically Authenticate SSH key in Putty

    I can’t count how many times I have typed my ssh key passphrase whenever my ssh connection times out, it is so annoying and repetitive. Well, thanks to the putty pageant, you can do that seamlessly. The pageant is an SSH authentication agent. It holds your private keys in memory, already decoded so that you can use ...

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  • Send Mail with Attachment Using Mutt in Linux

    Send Mail with Attachment Using Mutt in Linux

    I have tried a couple of programs to send mail in my Linux system, and I’ll be honest, the majority of them are clunky to use, not until I tried Mutt. Mutt is a powerful text-based mail client for Unix/Linux operating systems.It features: color support message threading MIME support (including RFC2047 support for encoded headers) various features to support mailing ...

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  • Mounting and Unmounting Cloud Storage With (Rclone) in Linux

    Mounting and Unmounting Cloud Storage With (Rclone) in Linux

    Ever wondered if you could mount your preferred cloud storage as a virtual drive on your system? Thanks to Rclone, you can mount and access different kinds of cloud storage from a file manager, I’ll be using mega.nz for this guide. If you are new to Rclone, It is an open-source command-line program to sync files and directories to ...

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  • Installing WP-CLI In a Linux Server

    Installing WP-CLI In a Linux Server

    WP-CLI is a command-line interface for WordPress. It can also be used with ClassicPress, as they are no differences in their usage, maybe just minimal if you are updating or downloading new ClassicPress instances. The benefit of using WP-CLI is that: It makes your life easier with the management of WorpPress or ClassicPress You can regenerate thousand of ...

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  • How To Configure and Enable Syntax Highlighting in Nano Text Editor

    How To Configure and Enable Syntax Highlighting in Nano Text Editor

    nano is one of the most popular, and friendly editor in Linux, it has several features that can boost the usability and easiness of the program. In the guide, you’ll learn how to configure and enable syntax highlighting in nano. This way you can enable predefined syntax highlighting for programming languages, e.g Perl, Bash, Python, C, ...

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