How to Write to Windows Partition In Linux

How to Write to Windows Partition In Linux

If you’ve mounted your Windows partition in Linux, you may find that you are not able to write to it. Learn how you can write to Windows partition in Linux.

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How to Sync Linux Time with NTP Server

How to Sync Linux Time with NTP Server

Computer clocks are not perfect and often slow down over time. Learn how you can sync your Linux time online with NTP servers and keep it on time.

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What to Look Out for When Selecting a VPS

What to Look Out for When Selecting a VPS

There’s no shortage of companies providing virtual private servers. If you are looking to get a VPS, here are the things you should look out for.

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How to Avoid Server Reboots with Ubuntu Livepatch

How to Avoid Server Reboots with Ubuntu Livepatch

If you are running a Ubuntu server, you will need to reboot it occasionally after a system upgrade. Ubuntu livepatch can avoid server reboot without compromising security.

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How to Create CS:GO Server on Linux VPS

How to Create CS:GO Server on Linux VPS

If you want more control when playing Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, you can create your own CS:GO server on Linux rather than using Steam’s server.

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How to Choose an AMD CPU

How to Choose an AMD CPU

AMD has launched some awesome CPUs like Ryzen 3 and Ryzen 5, but it can be confusing which one to choose. Here we’ll show how to choose an AMD CPU.

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What Is /dev/null in Linux?

What Is /dev/null in Linux?

“/dev/null” in Linux is a virtual device file, and whatever you write to “/dev/null” is discarded, forgotten, thrown into the void. Learn how /dev/null works in Linux.

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What Is AppImage in Linux?

What Is AppImage in Linux?

On Windows, there are portable apps that you can run without installation. In Linux, Appimage is portable, too, but with a different architecture.

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Debian vs. Ubuntu: Which One Should You Use?

Debian vs. Ubuntu: Which One Should You Use?

While Ubuntu is based on Debian, they are two different distros. Here we compare Debian and Ubuntu and the similarities and differences between them.

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How to Use the Tee Command in Linux

How to Use the Tee Command in Linux

If you ever use pipes and redirections in Linux, chances are you will also need to make use of the tee utility. Here’s how to use the tee command in Linux.

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How to Limit Resources an LXD Container Can Use

How to Limit Resources an LXD Container Can Use

If you are using multiple LXD containers on the same system, it makes sense to limit the amount of resources each component can use. Here’s how you can do so.

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How to Mount Remote Directories in Linux with SSHFS

How to Mount Remote Directories in Linux with SSHFS

SSHFS is very easy to use, clean and simple. It’s also incredibly secure since it relies on the battle-hardened and proven OpenSSH server. Learn how you can mount remote directories in Linux with SSHFS.

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How to Upgrade Debian

How to Upgrade Debian

When a new version of Debian is released, it often brings significant improvements and new features. Learn how to easily upgrade Debian to the newer version.

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How to Upgrade Ubuntu from the Command Line

How to Upgrade Ubuntu from the Command Line

It is easy to upgrade your Ubuntu to a new release, either with a graphical interface or via the terminal. Here’s how to upgrade Ubuntu from the command line.

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How to Use ZFS Snapshots and Clones

How to Use ZFS Snapshots and Clones

ZFS is one of the most feature-rich filesystems that guarantees you will never lose a single bit of data. Here is what ZFS snapshots and clones can do for you.

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What’s New in Ubuntu 19.04?

What’s New in Ubuntu 19.04?

You may know that Canonical just launched a new version of Ubuntu, but is it worth the upgrade? Does Ubuntu 19.04 solve any problems you currently have?

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How to Master the rsync Command in Linux

How to Master the rsync Command in Linux

Rsync is a useful file synchronization tool that comes with incremental synchronization. Learn how to and install and use the Rsync command in Linux.

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How to Use Docker Containers

How to Use Docker Containers

Docker allows you to run your application on the same environment everywhere. Here we will show you how to use Docker containers to run applications .

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How to Install Docker in Linux

How to Install Docker in Linux

Docker is a containerization utility that allows you to develop your application once and deploy it everywhere. Learn how you can install Docker in Linux.

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15 Tar Commands You Should Try in Linux

15 Tar Commands You Should Try in Linux

Sometimes you need to pack multiple files and/or directories into a single file. These are some tar commands you can use to archive and compress your files.

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Introduction to Ubuntu’s LXD Containers

Introduction to Ubuntu’s LXD Containers

Containers are portable and easy to clone and/or move to other operating systems. LXD is a container that is designed to contain an entire operating system instead of an application.

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How to Check for Available Memory in Ubuntu

How to Check for Available Memory in Ubuntu

Sometimes you just need to find out the available memory in your system. Let’s see some Linux utilities that show memory usage in a human-readable format.

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How to Use Journalctl to Read Linux System Logs

How to Use Journalctl to Read Linux System Logs

Most Linux distros have migrated to systemd, which comes with a different log daemon, journald. You will need to use the journalctl utility to read system logs.

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