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09/26/2019

How To Securely Copy Files Between Systems In Linux

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The ssh command is a useful tool for remotely having access to a system through a client-server authentication. Build inside the ssh tool is the scp command for securely transferring files between servers. The scp command is so secured that it encrypts your files and password so that no one can snoop to obtain delicate […]

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10/18/2019

How to Identify File Systems and Devices in Linux

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So far, so good, I believe everyone understands the file system hierarchy in Linux. So I’m going to be explicit in my explanation bearing in mind that my readers already have basic concepts on the hierarchical structure of the Linux file system. First, let’s understand what file system means. A File system is an organized […]

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How to Locate Files and Directories on a Linux System

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There are so many files and directories that are located in your system by default, but most times, we limit ourselves to the few we can work with and feel not to bother ourselves with other system files. The truth is if you are running a big data center running Linux servers, you will need […]

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10/20/2019

How to Use Grep Command to Locate Content of Text Files in Linux

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The different tools integrated with Linux to help Linux administrators perform some tasks makes Linux interesting when it comes to ease of use in administering commands. There are lots of ways in which one can locate files in Linux, but there is a different tool called grep. The grep command stands for Global Regular Expression […]

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10/21/2019

How to Mount and Unmount File Systems in Linux

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Any device plugged from the external port can be accessed in Linux so far the file system is supported by Linux, but any file system residing on the SATA/PATA or SCSI device needs to be mounted before it can be accessed. For example, if I’m dual-booting Windows and Linux, for it to be possible to […]

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10/22/2019

How to Create Hard Links and Soft Links in Linux

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A link in Linux is a pointer that points to a directory or file. Just like a programming language, links are either pointing to a file or a directory. They are like shortcuts to a file or directory. It’s quite easy to understand when I refer to the Windows system, which we all are conversant […]

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10/28/2019

How To Schedule Future Tasks In Linux

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As a system administrator, the most important thing is been able to run a task or set of tasks at a set point in the future. This typically happens in a production environment where jobs are meant to be executed simultaneously or at some set point in the future. This helps to prevent you from […]

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01/30/2020

The Truth about Migrations and SEO

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Lets talk about a common myth in hosting an migrations to a new host. Having been in the hosting business for over 20 years we were here before the term SEO had ever been born yet, even before “Google” had even been hatched. Now, we’re in a google driven world, where data, is everything, a […]

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The Truth About Blogging

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His post is an educational post written with permission from the client who experienced it. We agreed for the client name and website to not be mentioned. I encourage each of you to put your devices down and read this and then think about your blog and what would you do if it happened to […]

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04/11/2020

COVID-19 Pledge

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Given the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on American society, New Blog Hosting and our sister company Admin on Demand, LLC/AOD Hosting pledges for the next 180 days to: Not terminate service to any personal or small business customers because of their inability to pay their bills due to the disruptions caused by the coronavirus/COVID-19 […]

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