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How to Install KVM/QEMU on Manjaro/Archlinux

HowToForge - Fri, 07/30/2021 - 05:09
In this guide, you will learn how to set up KVM/QEMU virtualization on Manjaro/Archlinux machine. Also, you will learn how to create the first virtual machine with the GUI application "virt-manager" - a desktop user interface for managing virtual machines.
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How to Install Craft CMS with Nginx on Ubuntu 20.04

HowToForge - Fri, 07/30/2021 - 04:48
Craft CMS is a free, open-source content management system for websites. This guide shows how to install Craft CMS on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (Focal Fossa).
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Top 5 Most Stable Linux Distros To Try In 2021

LXer Linux News - Fri, 07/30/2021 - 04:36
We all know Linux is stable but do you know which Distribution (Distro) of Linux is considered stable among others? Learn about 5 different Linux distros that are stable and what sets them apart from one another in terms of features, updates, kernel, and community support.
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Use df to check free disk space on Linux

LXer Linux News - Fri, 07/30/2021 - 03:21
Drive space isn't quite as precious as it was in the early days of computing, but no matter how much space you have, there's always the potential to run out. Computers need a little space just to operate, so it's important to check occasionally to ensure you haven't inadvertently used up literally all the space available on your drive. In the Linux terminal, you can do that with the df command.
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2021: The year privacy went mainstream

LXer Linux News - Fri, 07/30/2021 - 02:07
Will 2021 prove to be the year privacy went mainstream? Our guest author discusses events pointing to a turning point in favor of consumer privacy.The post 2021: The year privacy went mainstream appeared first on The Mozilla Blog.
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Rugged DIN-rail PC promises not to blow up in your face

LXer Linux News - Fri, 07/30/2021 - 00:53
Axiomtek’s Linux-ready, Apollo Lake based “ICO300-83M” DIN-rail PC offers ATEX/C1D2 certification for safe operation in highly explosive environments. Isolated I/O includes 3x GbE, 6x COM, and DIO, and you also get SATA, M.2, and 2x mini-PCIe. Axiomtek announced a rugged, fanless DIN-rail system billed as being “explosion proof.” The ICO300-83M may be tough, but it’s not likely to withstand a nearby explosion.
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5 reasons you should run your apps on WildFly

LXer Linux News - Thu, 07/29/2021 - 23:38
WildFly, formerly known as JBoss Application Server, is an open source Java EE application server. Its primary goal is to provide a set of vital tools for enterprise Java applications. According to the Jakarta EE 2020/2021 survey, WildFly is head and shoulders above in the recent application servers and in the rating categories. Here are some of the reasons why:..
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Translate rwx Permissions into Octal Format in Linux

LXer Linux News - Thu, 07/29/2021 - 22:24
Sometimes you may find it useful to display the access rights of files or directories in octal form instead of rwx or perhaps you want to display both. Instead of using good old ls -l command, in most modern Linux distributions (if not all) you will find stat, an utility that displays file or filesystem status.
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Translate rwx Permissions into Octal Format in Linux

Linux Today News - Thu, 07/29/2021 - 22:15

Sometimes you may find it useful to display the access rights of files or directories in octal form instead of rwx or perhaps you want to display both. Instead of using good old ls -l command, in most modern Linux distributions (if not all) you will find stat, a utility that displays file or filesystem status.

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How to Compress Files with zstd Utility in Linux

Linux Today News - Thu, 07/29/2021 - 22:10

If you want to save some space on your disk, you can compress your files and directories to save some space. Here’s where to learn how to use the zstd tool.

The post How to Compress Files with zstd Utility in Linux appeared first on Linux Today.

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How to Compress Files with zstd Utility in Linux

LXer Linux News - Thu, 07/29/2021 - 21:10
If you want to save some space on your disk, you can compress your files and directories to save some space. Learn how to use the zstd tool.
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Exa – A modern replacement for ls command

Linux Today News - Thu, 07/29/2021 - 21:00

Listing the contents of a directory is a common task that Linux users carry out. The ls command is commonly used for this operation and it sure does a decent job in displaying all the files and sub-folders contained in a directory. Exa is a fast & improved file listing tool that enhances the output of the ls command.

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Top 25 Ethical Hacking Terms For Learners

Linux Today News - Thu, 07/29/2021 - 20:45
These are some of the hacking terminologies or hacking terms that are important to know for an ethical hacking learner. I will be using these hacking terms throughout future articles of the series “Hacking with Kali Linux”.

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Vivaldi 4.1 Offers a New Command Chains System and Accordion Tabs

Linux Today News - Thu, 07/29/2021 - 20:15

Vivaldi 4.1 comes with a range of improvements and fixes that will help you save time and get more out of your browsing.

Vivaldi comes from the same team that developed Opera back in the day. It is intended for power users and provides an impressive level of control over the interface. Vivaldi is one of the lesser-known browsers, but it is actually a really good choice if you value customization and privacy above all else.

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How To Import and Export MySQL Databases in Linux

LXer Linux News - Thu, 07/29/2021 - 19:55
Importing and exporting MySQL or MariaDB databases is a regular task in system administration. You can use data dumps to back up and restore your databases or migrate them to a new server.
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Configure your Chrony Daemon with an Ansible Playbook

Linux Today News - Thu, 07/29/2021 - 19:09

Ansible can be used to manage daemon configuration files. In this example, you’ll see how to manage your Chrony configuration with Ansible.

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How to Import and Export MySQL Databases in Linux

Linux Today News - Thu, 07/29/2021 - 19:00

Importing and exporting MySQL or MariaDB databases is a regular task in system administration. You can use data dumps to back up and restore your databases or migrate them to a new server. Learn how to import and export databases in Linux here.

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Brave vs Firefox: Which Open Source Browser is Better?

Linux Today News - Thu, 07/29/2021 - 18:45

Here’s a comparison of Brave and Firefox, two of the most popular web browsers for privacy-conscious users and open-source enthusiasts.

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How to Find Specific Text using GREP on Linux

LXer Linux News - Thu, 07/29/2021 - 18:41
In this guide you are going to learn how to use the grep command for various use cases on your Linux machine.
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17 Helpful Rsync SSH Command Examples For Linux

Linux Today News - Thu, 07/29/2021 - 18:30

Rsync is a very popular Linux tool that is widely used for file backups, data transfers, and data syncing between a local PC/Server to an online server.

You can perform transfers and syncs including:

  • Sending files from a remote location to a local location.
  • Sending files from a local original to a remote location.
  • Delete any files on the destination that are a mismatch from the original location.

Rsync also allows you to exclude any files or directories that you would not like to be included. The syntax is also easy to use and understand. Just follow the guide to get easy-to-use examples that you can copy/paste and change as per your requirements.

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