Category: Techno Babble

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How to build a complete JavaScript library using ES6 and Webpack

Hello guys! We are going to develop a JavaScript plugin/library in step by step manner. At the end of the article we will finish building a Js plugin which will generate a UI for playing

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How to Install Latest Nvidia Drivers on Ubuntu

With the recent advancements in Linux desktop distributions, gaming on Linux is coming to life. Linux users are beginning to enjoy gaming like Windows or Mac OSX users, with amazing performance. Nvidia makes top-rated...

How to Build Fully-Functional Apps & Software with This 7-Course Bundle

Are you interested in building applications as well as software? The Software Engineering Mastery Bundle is here to get you started with 7 Courses and 42+ hours of learning, you will understand how to...

Installation of ClearOS 7 Community Edition

ClearOS is a simple, open source and affordable Linux operating system based on CentOS and Red Hat Enterprise Linux. It designed for use in small and medium enterprises as a server or network gateway....

8 Best Python IDEs for Linux Programmers

Python is a general-purpose programming language for building anything; from backend web development, data analysis, artificial intelligence to scientific computing. It can also be used for developing productivity software, games, desktop apps and beyond....

Get Windscribe VPN: Lifetime Pro Subscription

Are you worried of your privacy online to extend that you are looking for a safe way to use the Internet, without interferences from government surveillance programs and data thieves. Then consider using a...

How to Create Custom Header Template for Shell Scripts in Vim

In this article, we will show you a simple way to configure a custom header for all newly created bash scripts in Vim editor. This means that every time you open a new .sh...

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Display Command Output or File Contents in Column Format

Are you fed up of viewing congested command output or file content on the terminal. This short article will demonstrate how to display command output or a file content in a much clear “columnated”...

Learn Difference Between “su” and “su -” Commands in Linux

In an earlier article, we have explained to you the difference between sudo and su commands in Linux. These are two important commands used to implement security in Linux, in regards to user management...

How to Delete Root Mails (Mailbox) File in Linux

Usually, on a Linux mail server, over the time the size of /var/spool/mail/root file can increase considerably do to various programs, services and daemons that are configured by default to send notifications to root...

LibreOffice 6.0 Released – Install on RHEL/CentOS/Fedora and Debian/Ubuntu/Linux Mint

LibreOffice is an open source and much powerful personal productivity office suit for Linux, Windows & Mac, that provides feature rich functions for word document, data processing, spreadsheets, presentation, drawing, Calc, Math and much...

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Enable Debugging Mode in SSH to Troubleshoot Connectivity Issues

In this article, we will show you how to turn on debugging mode while running SSH in Linux. This will enable you to see what actually unfolds when you execute an ssh command to...

Become a Professional Python Programmer

Python is an easy-to-understand, extremely versatile general-purpose programming language, that is now very popular. However, learning a new programming language can take huge amounts of time – especially if you have go sit in...

6 Online Tools for Generating and Testing Cron Jobs for Linux

As a Linux system administrator, you can perform time-based scheduling of jobs/tasks using online cron job services or Cron, a powerful utility available in Unix/Linux systems. In Linux, cron runs as a daemon and...

How to Use Continuous Release (CR) Repository in CentOS

The CentOS CR (Continuous Release) repository contains packages that will ship in the next point release for a specific CentOS Version. If you consider CentOS 7, a point release is the next release such...

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The Complete 2018 CompTIA Certification Training Bundle (14 Courses)

Today, IT success stories start with the CompTIA certifications and here is The Complete 2018 CompTIA Certification Training Bundle, the ultimate (14 Courses, 140+ Hours!) IT certification training guide to prepare you to excel...

How to Save Top Command Output to a File

Linux top command is highly used by system administrators to display system statistics in real time regarding system uptime and load average, used memory, running tasks, a summary of processes or threads and detailed...

How to Change FTP Port in Linux

FTP or File Transfer Protocol is one of the oldest network protocol used today as standard file transfers over computer networks. FTP protocol uses the standard port 21/TCP as command port. Although, there are...

Use Glances to Monitor Remote Linux in Web Server Mode

Glances is a free open source, modern, cross-platform, real-time top and htop like system monitoring tool. It offers advanced features compared to its counterparts, and can run in different modes: as a standalone, in...

Configuration of Zone Minder on Debian 9

In an earlier article, the installation of the security monitoring system Zone Minder on Debian 9 was covered. The next step in getting Zone Minder working is to configure storage. By default Zone Minder...