Getting Started with PowerShell 6.0 in Linux [Beginner Guide]

After Microsoft falling in love with Linux (what has popularly come to be known as “Microsoft Loves Linux”), PowerShell which was originally a Windows-only component, was open-sourced and made cross-platform on 18 August 2016,...

How to Secure a FTP Server Using SSL/TLS for Secure File Transfer in CentOS 7

By its original design, FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is not secure, meaning it doesn’t encrypt data being transmitted between two machines, along with user’s credentials. This poses a massive threat to data as well...

How to Install, Configure and Secure FTP Server in CentOS 7 – [Comprehensive Guide]

FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is a traditional and widely used standard tool for transferring files between a server and clients over a network, especially where no authentication is necessary (permits anonymous users to connect...

A Fireside Chat With Hosting Experts

Topic: Elastic Sites Customer growth is a good thing, right? Of course! However, in the world of shared hosting, a growing client may also mean a customer that is gobbling up resources. Under these circumstances, it’s not uncommon for a host to migrate this type of customer to their own virtual private environment. But is this always the best solution? While VPS allows for added resources and greater customization,  a customer …

Important Changes – Disqus Ads Are No Longer Free to Disable

As of March 2017, Disqus is now charging a monthly fee to remove advertisements from your WordPress comments. This is something that has always been free to disable …

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How to Auto Execute Commands/Scripts During Reboot or Startup

I am always fascinated by the things going on behind the scenes when I boot a Linux system and log on. By pressing the power button on a bare metal or starting a virtual...

Deal: Get Access to 1000+ Courses With Virtual Training Company Lifetime Subscription

Online training is taking over the Internet by storm, you no longer have to be in the same room with an instructor, all you need is a laptop or tablets or mobile phones to...

Who Is Root? Why Does Root Exist?

Have you ever wondered why there is a special account named root in Linux? Do you know what are the recommended best practices to use this account? Are you aware of the scenarios where...

Deal: Learn Big Data and Hadoop Analytics Certification Course (92% Off)

The business world of today is powered by data science and analytics, which are facilitating the making of real-world and relevant business decisions at companies of all sizes and it’s the people who know...

How to Make ‘Vim Editor’ as Bash-IDE Using ‘bash-support’ Plugin in Linux

An IDE (Integrated Development Environment) is simply a software that offers much needed programming facilities and components in a single program, to maximize programmer productivity. IDEs put forward a single program in which all...

Kinsta Kingpin: Interview with Mario Peshev

You can find Mario on LinkedIn or Twitter. This is our recent interview with him, as part of our Kinsta Kingpin series. Q1: What is your background, & how …

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CoreFreq – A Powerful CPU Monitoring Tool for Linux Systems

CoreFreq is a CPU monitoring program intended for the Intel 64-bits processor and supports architectures such as Atom, Core2, Nehalem, SandyBridge and above, AMD Family 0F. Its core is established on a kernel module...

An Introduction to a WordPress Multisite Setup

WordPress Multisite is a collection of independent websites sharing the same WordPress installation. The sites in the network are virtual sites, meaning that they do not …

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rtop – An Interactive Tool to Monitor Remote Linux Server Over SSH

rtop is a straightforward and interactive, remote system monitoring tool based on SSH that collects and shows important system performance values such as CPU, disk, memory, network metrics. It is written in Go Language...

How To Write and Use Custom Shell Functions and Libraries

In Linux, shell scripts help us in so many different ways including performing or even automating certain system administration tasks, creating simple command line tools and many more. In this guide, we will show...

CloudStats – Best Server Monitoring Tool for SaaS Businesses and Everyone Else

CloudStats is an easy and powerful tool for server monitoring and network monitoring. With CloudStats you can monitor all metrics of your servers and networks from any place in the world. The best thing...

Create an Enemy to Achieve Your Goals

DJ Khaled, the one-man internet meme, is known for warning his tens of millions of social media followers about a group of villains he calls “they.” “They don’t want you motivated. They don’t want you

How to Check Remote Ports are Reachable Using ‘nc’ Command

A port is a logical entity which acts as a endpoint of communication associated with an application or process on an Linux operating system. It is useful to know which ports are open and...

How To Deal With Google Analytics Spam Data

How To Deal With Google Analytics Spam Data

Ever raised an eyebrow at some of the sites showing up as Referrals in your Google Analytics reports? Analytics spam is a pervasive problem. There are 2 primary kinds of spam data you’ve probably seen show up in your Google Analytics reports. In some cases you may not have even realized it was spam.

There’s spam sites that show up in your referrer reports, and there’s spam that shows up in the browser language report. This post describes how to deal with both kinds of spam so that you can enjoy clean Analytics data! If you haven’t checked your Analytics for a while, I recommend doing so, to see if you’ve been subjected to any of the above.

How to Configure Network Between Guest VM and Host in Oracle VirtualBox

Once you have installed different operating systems in Oracle VirtualBox, you may want to enable communication between the host and the virtual machines. In this article, we will describe the simplest and direct method...

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