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How To Record and Share Linux Terminal Activity using Asciinema

Writing is a one method to save our knowledge. Using this method, we can produce - let say - books. Along with advances in technology, we can convert paper into file. Since the speed of Internet is becoming faster, video is more preferable. For some cases, I prefer to watch video than reading. Then, now […]

January 11, 2017 | By in LINUX HOWTO
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How Setup Go in Docker and Deploy an Application

Hi, in this tutorial we are going to learn how to deploy a golang web application with a docker. You may be already aware of the fact that docker is entirely written in golang due to its high performance and reliability. Before we dive in details, make sure that you have already installed docker and […]

December 29, 2016 | By in LINUX HOWTO
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How to Sync Files and Directories to AWS S3 using s3cmd Tool

Today we will show how to backup your data to Amazon Web Services. We will use s3cmd, a command line client for Amazon s3 storage. It enables you to create manage and delete buckets from your terminal and to load data from your server. Install s3cmd on Ubuntu and CentOS For installing s3cmd on CentOS […]

December 19, 2016 | By
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How to Create and Manage Databases in MongoDB

MongoDB is an open-source document database and leading NoSQL database. It is a cross-platform, document-oriented database that provides, high performance, high availability, and easy scalability. It is written in C++.  It works on the concept of collection and document. I'll briefly explain the three components in this aspect. The database is a physical container for collections. […]

December 16, 2016 | By in OPEN SOURCE TOOLS
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How to Setup Monitoring using Dashing Icinga2 Dashboard

Hello, today we are going to install Dashing Icinga2 on Ubuntu. It creates dashboards with icinga2 data, giving you a frontend to monitoring information of your environment's systems. Made out of Ruby on top Dashing framework, which designed to deploy pretty and simple dashboards out of complex and ugly data, it makes the task of monitoring much better. […]

December 14, 2016 | By in LINUX HOWTO
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How To Backup Using Duplicity on Ubuntu 16.04

Duplicity is a software application that provides encrypted, digitally signed, versioned tar-format backup volumes which can be uploaded to a remote or local file server. It is supported in all major Linux distribution like Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Debian, Fedora, and much more. Duplicity supports syncing files locally or remotely between filesystem or servers using, SSH/SCP, Rsync, […]

December 7, 2016 | By
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12 lftp Commands to Manage Files with Examples

Today we are going to install LFTP, which is a command line FTP client. LFTP supports many protocols in addition to FTP, such as HTTP, HTTPS, HFTP, FISH, FTPS and FXP. It supports mirroring directories and you can have commands entered in two modes. In LFTP command line shell or right from the bash shell. […]

December 5, 2016 | By
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How to Deploy Spark Application on Yarn and Integrate with Hive

In this article, I will tell you working of Spark with  YARN and  Hive. Before I begin, let me briefly tell you what Apache Spark, YARN and Apache Hive are. Apache Spark is an in-memory distributed processing framework. Spark is used for real-time processing. Apache Spark can run programs up to 100x faster than Hadoop MapReduce […]

December 1, 2016 | By
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How Use Systemd journalctl Command To Manage Logs

Despite some of the negative publicity, systemd have brought great new functionality to the Linux operating system. Logging is one of them. In the old days before systemd, checking logs and troubleshooting issues was sometimes very unpleasant thing to do because logs for different programs were scattered in different files and you had to check […]

November 29, 2016 | By
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15 Best Free Steam Games you can Play on Ubuntu Linux

Hello and welcome. Today we are talking about Linux gaming. Thanks to Valve, things are a lot better than it used to be, and Steam has very big collection of games that work on SteamOS or any other Linux distribution that has Steam installed. So we are going to use Ubuntu 16.04 to install and review […]

November 28, 2016 | By
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How Install R / R Studio on CentOS 7

The R programming language is a free software implementation of S programming language, and it is largely compatible with it. It is a GNU project and it is most popular language for statistics and data science, rivaled only by Python. Today we will install the R and R Studio IDE on Centos 7 server. This […]

November 25, 2016 | By
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How to Setup GitLab Server Backup

GitLab is an absolute solution for storing all your Git repositories. Taking backup is an important activity even when a few people ignore it because taking backups repeatedly are too tiresome and adds to their frustration as a developer. So, automating the whole process of taking the backup of your GitLab repositories is a good idea. […]

November 24, 2016 | By
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How to Install SonarQube with Nginx on Ubuntu 16.04

Sonarqube is an open source platform for continuous inspection of code quality. It is written in Java language and it offers support per languages. It supports various languages like Perl, PHP, Ruby etc. It provides reports on various Code quality analysis (like duplicate coding errors, the percentage of unit testing which got failed and succeeded), […]

November 23, 2016 | By
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Awesome ! Hadoop HDFS Commands Cheat Sheet

HDFS is now an Apache Hadoop subproject. An HDFS instance contains of vast amount of servers and each store a part of file system. A typical file size in HDFS would be in gigabytes or terabytes in size hence applications will have large data sets. A file once created need not be changed ie it […]

November 21, 2016 | By
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