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.

  • Managing MariaDB Databases (Ubuntu Server)

    Managing MariaDB Databases (Ubuntu Server)

    In this guide, you’ll learn how to manage MariaDB databases in your terminal, from connecting to the database server using the mariadb command, creating a database, removing (drop) database, and managing users and permission. If you don’t already have mariadb installed, visit the below guide https://devsrealm.com/cloud-computing/ubuntu/installing-mariadb-ubuntu/ By default, mariadb already has the root account created as an administrative ...

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  • Creating Command Aliases in GNU/Linux (Command Shortcuts)

    Creating Command Aliases in GNU/Linux (Command Shortcuts)

    As time goes on, you’ll need to be super productive with the way you use commands in GNU/Linux, and one example is utilizing alias. Using alias allows you to create an additional equivalent name for a command, for example, you can simplify commands to one word or few letters, say you want to simplify sudo apt install to ...

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  • Monitoring Multiple Log Files In RealTime With MultiTail (Ubuntu)

    Monitoring Multiple Log Files In RealTime With MultiTail (Ubuntu)

    Oh my… I really find scanning through the logs file time consuming, and painful. Luckily for me, I founded Multitail, which is an awesome, and powerful tool for not only browsing through several files at once but also viewing them in realtime, mind-blowing. With Multitail, you can view one or more files like the original tail program, the ...

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  • How To Find Files Using Locate in Ubuntu

    How To Find Files Using Locate in Ubuntu

    It’s kind of frustrating when you are searching for a particular file, and you have no idea of how to find it, In this guide, I’ll walk you through on two different ways you can find a file in your GNU/Linux server. Using the Locate Locate is an awesome utility useful for finding files, to get started ...

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  • Viewing Disk Usage in Ubuntu

    Viewing Disk Usage in Ubuntu

    There are several ways to view disk usage in your Linux system, and that is what we would be going over in this guide… Out of the box, Linux provides us the df command, which is the standard Unix command used to display the amount of available disk space for file systems. To view the disk usage ...

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