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How to Setup rkt Containers on Fedora 24

You might have heard about CoreOS and its Rocket containers. It is the competitor to docker but it has not seen much usage outside of CoreOS. Installation on other Linux distribution is sometimes challenging, especially on CentOS due to old kernel which has issues when running rkt. In this article we are going to use rocket […]

September 15, 2016 | By in CONTAINERS
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How to Install RedHat JBoss Developer Studio 10 on Ubuntu

Red Hat have recently introduced zero cost developer subscriptions for RHEL, and before that for JBoss as well. In this article we will install Red Hat JBoss developer studio on Ubuntu. We wont go trough process of creating Red Hat account that is needed for getting free subscriptions, and there is two reasons for that. […]

September 13, 2016 | By
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Install Elementary Loki 0.4 from USB with Dual Boot on Windows 10

New elementary OS loki is out. In this article we will show how to install Elementary os Loki in dual boot with Windows. Elementary OS is very neat distribution which aims to offer alternative to Windows and macOS and bring new users to the Free Software land. Elementary OS bases upon Ubuntu LTS releases. We […]

September 10, 2016 | By in DISTROS
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How to Install Kubernetes Locally using Vagrant / Minikube

Kubernetes is extensive platform for managing container clusters, coming from Google. Like most server software from Google, Kubernetes excels in scalability but it might be challenging to use it for local deployment on a say laptop . So for this example I will use my production laptop which is running Fedora 24, but you can use […]

September 8, 2016 | By
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Unix Z Commands – Zcat, Zless, Zgrep, Zegrep and Zdiff Examples

In this article let us review how to perform normal file operation on a compressed files using the powerful Linux Z commands.Some of these z commands uncompressed the file temporarily in the /tmp directory to perform the specified operation. Some of the z commands uncompressed it to perform the specified operation. But, under any case, […]

September 7, 2016 | By in LINUX COMMANDS
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How to Install Wine 1.9 on Ubuntu / Debian / Linux Mint

Saying that I don't like Windows would be an understatement. But now and then, need arises to run some windows software for some reason. For that good people of Wine Project have possible to run Windows applications on Linux operating system. In this article we will run Windows software with Wine on several popular Linux […]

September 6, 2016 | By
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6 Best Password Manager Tools for Linux

Today majority of Internet users are exposed to cyber attacks, not because they aren't using any best security measures, but because they are using weak passwords to secure their accounts. Passwords are your last resort of defense against online threats. Even though, we can hardly control data breaches, it is still important to maintain strong […]

September 6, 2016 | By
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How to Track Progress % of Commands (cp,dd,tar) in CentOS 6 / Fedora

When you copy a large file in terminal with simple cp command without flags, you might sometimes wonder whether it is really copying or the process got blocked somehow and it will actually never finish. The output is non existent and you are tempted to pres Ctrl-C to end abort the process. Well instead of […]

September 5, 2016 | By in LINUX COMMANDS
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Run Command Parallel on Multiple Hosts using PDSH Tool

PDSH is a very smart little tool that enables you to issue the same command on multiple hosts at once, and see the output. It is a high-performance and parallel remote shell utility. It can run multiple remote commands in parallel and uses a "sliding window" (or fanout) of threads to conserve resources on the initiating host […]

August 30, 2016 | By in LINUX COMMANDS
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How to Install Rocket Chat on Ubuntu 16.04 with Docker

Rocket.Chat is a Web Chat Server, developed in JavaScript. It is an open source messaging APP built with Meteor fullstack framework. It is a great solution for communities and companies who need to host their own private chat service or for developers who're planning to build and evolve their own chat platforms. There are several features […]

August 29, 2016 | By in OPEN SOURCE TOOLS
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How to Install Poptop VPN Server on CentOS 7

Continuing the VPN series, today we cover Poptop, or pptpd. It is easier to configure than other VPN software, but MS-CHAP-v2 encryption that it uses is not really secure, as we come to expect from Microsoft software. Nevertheless I have experienced situations where Poptop succeeds where other VPN  like OpenVPN and Softether fail, so this article might […]

August 26, 2016 | By
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How to Install Softether VPN server on Centos 7

Setting up your own virtual private network server is a good way to evade blockage and be able to access sites that are blocked in your country. Choice of open source VPN packages is long but today we decided to try Softether coming from University of Tsukuba in Japan. Softether have long been proprietary product […]

August 25, 2016 | By in SECURITY
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25 Best Known DevOps Tools that Commonly Used

DevOps can be simply defined as the practice of performing operations and development activities on a project. The use of developers technique for performing system administration tasks is also called as DevOps. Its meaning is really different from person to person as it covers a lot of arena. It is also a culture that emphasizes […]

August 22, 2016 | By in DEVOPS
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Install Rainbow Stream Commandline Twitter Client on Linux

Rainbow stream is a free open source, smart and nice terminal based twitter client. It provides real time tweet stream, compose, search, favourite and much more fun directly from linux terminal. It is written in Python and built on top of twitter API and python twitter tool. To run this application in your console you […]

August 19, 2016 | By
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