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08/29/2019

How to Identify Automatically Started System Processes in Linux

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For a clearer understanding of this article, we will have to explain a few terms briefly. systemd, daemons, socket, and services. We have talked about the systemd as the parent process where other processes are generated, and it has a process ID of 1. What is more to it?. The systemd is a program that […]

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08/30/2019

How to Control System Services in Linux

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As most system services are started at boot time, some are not. The system administrator can stop a service that is not frequently used and as well start it when needed. It is required to restart a service after making changes to the configuration file. In this article, you will learn how to control system […]

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08/31/2019

How to Access Remote Systems with SSH in Linux

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The ssh generally refers to as OpenSSH secure shell. It is a software program that is implemented in Linux systems for secure remote connections from one computer to another. It provides several options for authentication into the system and protects communication and file transfer security with strong encryption. The OpenSSH secure shell is used in […]

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09/01/2019

How to Analyze System Logs in Linux

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Have you ever imagined running a company and you have no record of transactions or activities that happens in the company?. You will ruin the entire state of the company when issues arise, and you have no record to fall back. In Linux, different files reside in a directory which handles various logs in the […]

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09/11/2019

How to Analyze Systemd Journal Entry in Linux

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For the past years, all Linux kernel logs were handled by a daemon called syslogd. This daemon has past been dropped as this daemon somewhat gives no proper management of logs. For so reason, many Linux distros have switched to a new system daemon which comes with a new log daemon. This is a massive […]

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09/12/2019

How to Configure Networks with nmcli Command in Linux

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After going through some basic commands needed to troubleshoot your network, It is worthwhile to understand how network connections are configured in a Linux system. It is well-known that a network interface is also called a device such as the eth0. So we are to understand that each of these devices in Linux can be […]

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09/13/2019

How to Manage Networking in Linux

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As a Linux system administrator, you need to have a quick brush-up on your networking skills. Linux administrative task didn’t just stop at creating and managing users account. It’s far beyond that; you will need to be running a routine task on maintaining, troubleshooting, configuring, and managing networks and servers within data centres. So, therefore, […]

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09/14/2019

How to Configure Hostnames and Name Resolution in Linux

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You are aspiring on a career as a System administrator or a network administrator, and you don’t know the function of a DNS server? You don’t have to worry anymore because this is the right article for you to have a better understanding of a DNS server and how it works. Domain Name System or […]

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09/15/2019

How to Install and Update Software Packages in Linux

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In every operating system you find in the world today, there is a software designed for its specification and procedures in which it will be installed in the system. In Windows, all executable programs are in .exe extension. That’s Window for you, but it is quite different in Linux. I would say lots of things […]

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09/16/2019

How to Manage Compressed tar Archives in Linux

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Archiving files is very important, especially when creating backups and transferring files across networks. It helps to keep multiple files in one folder rather than having to send files bit by bit. Let me bring back your memory to Windows which almost everyone is conversant with. In Windows, we have a famous compressing tool called […]

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