Copying documents used to require a dedicated staff member in offices, and then a dedicated machine. Today, copying is a task computer users do without a second thought. Copying data on a computer is so trivial that copies are made without you realizing it, such as when dragging a file to an external drive.
The pushd and popd commands are built-in features of the Bash shell to help you “bookmark” directories for quick navigation between locations on your hard drive. You might already feel that the terminal is an impossibly fast way to navigate your computer; in just a few key presses, you can go anywhere on your hard drive, attached storage, or network share. But that speed can break down when you find yourself going back and forth between directories, or when you get “lost” within your filesystem.
How do I check CPU temperature in Ubuntu Linux using a command line and GUI tools on my Thinkpad laptop or Desktop computer?One of the most common complaints is the overheating laptop, especially older models. …
If you’re on your way to work, but you stop by a deli for breakfast first, you don’t go back home after breakfast so you can restart your journey. Instead, you continue from where you are because you understand where your office is located relative to your current location. Navigating your computer is the same way. If you change your working directory in a terminal to a subdirectory, such as Pictures, you don’t necessarily have to go home again just to make your way into Documents. Instead, you use a relative path.
The idea that internet privacy is important only if you have something to hide is a misconception, says Nathan Handler. Privacy is something we should all care about to protect ourselves and the people we communicate with, whether or not we’re doing anything wrong or embarrassing, he says.
How do I install Ansible on Ubuntu 18.04 workstation? How can I set up and test Ansible playbooks using my Ubuntu Linux desktop?Ansible is an open source and free configuration management IT tool. It is …
“Access to computers and the Internet has become a basic need for education in our society.”?U.S. Senator Kent Conrad, 2004
I spent seventeen years working in higher education, both as a campus technology leader and as an adjunct professor. Today, I continue as an adjunct professor. I know firsthand that educational technology is invaluable to the teaching and learning mission of universities—and that it changes at a rapid pace.
There is an excellent little utility to monitor hard drive temperature. Most modern computer hard disk including SSD comes with S.M.A.R.T (Self-Monitoring, Analysis, and Reporting Technology). It is a monitoring system for computer hard disks …
You know you’re a sysadmin if you are either knee-deep in system logs, constantly handling user errors, or carving out time to document it all along the way. Yesterday was Sysadmin Appreciation Day and we want to give a big “thank you” to our favorite IT pros. We’ve pulled together the ultimate list of tasks, resources, tools, commands, and guides to help you become a sysadmin superhero.
Sysadmins spend a lot of time preventing and fixing problems. There are certainly times when a sysadmin becomes a hero, whether to their team, department, company, or the general public, though the people they “saved” from trouble may never even know.
Enjoy these two stories from the community on sysadmin heroics. What does it mean to you?
NGINX Open Source is already the default Ingress resource for Kubernetes, but NGINX Plus provides additional enterprise‑grade capabilities, including JWT validation, session persistence, and a large set of metrics. In this blog we show how to use NGINX Plus to perform OpenID Connect (OIDC) authentication for applications and resources behind the Ingress in a Kubernetes environment, in a […]
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