LINUX HOWTO

You can find some interesting articles & guides on Linux based softwares here.

How to Install "ripgrep" Tool in Linux

install ripgrep linux

Ripgrep is a line oriented search tool which combines the usefulness of the silver searcher and the speed of GNU grep. It works by recursively searching the current directory path for a regex pattern ignoring hidden and binary files by default. It [...]

Nyah Check 3:00 am

How to Configure Streaming Replication on PostgreSQL Instances

PostgreSQL replication streaming

In this article, I will show you Postgresql installation and its streaming replication configuration of two PostgreSQL instances on different hosts. Our goal is to install Postgres 9.5 on master host and Postgres 9.5 on slave host, and configure streaming [...]

Sergej Kalenichenko 2:00 am

Cipher - Command Line Tool to Encrypt/Decrypt Files and Directories

cipher encrypt file linux

ss you take some security measures to protect your environment and encrypt your data. Linux offers some encryption methods and there are some tools which can help you to encrypt your data. Encryption is important when you need to communicate sensitive information [...]

Alain Francois 2:00 am

How to Schedule shutdown, restart, hibernate and log off Tasks in Linux

task scheduler linux

Hello Linux Geeks, Have you ever felt a need for shutdown, restart, hibernate, log off or even custom task execution automatically on a schedule? If you say yes, then We have graphical tool ComplexShutdown doing this for us. It is [...]

Pradip Sakhavala 3:00 am

How to Disable Webcam and Microphone on Linux

disable webcam microphone linux

With the growing numbers of laptop users, more and more people are connected to the world with built-in webcam and microphone. But It comes with a price. As the world is moving towards digitization, more and more spyware are targeting [...]

Pradip Sakhavala 1:50 am

15 Linux Screen Command for Dealing Terminal Sessions

linux screen command examples

The screen is a terminal multiplexer. Using this, you can run any number of console-based-applications, interactive command shells, course-based applications, etc. You can use screen to keep running program after you accidentally close the terminal, or even after you log out and [...]

Alain Francois 3:45 am

How to Install "stacer" Monitoring and Optimising Tool on Linux

stacer linux install

Stacer is a GUI based open source resource monitoring and system optimizer tool for Linux. This app has a nice looking dashboard which provides CPU, Memory, Disk and System information. The new vesrion of stacer provides additional monitoring panel for process viewing [...]

Alain Francois 3:00 am

How to Configure AD Authentication with LDAP over Proxy with TLS/SSL

Configure AD Authentication LDAP

Both Active Directory (AD) and OpenLDAP play important roles in the enterprise. In fact, within the same company you’ll find the UNIX group using OpenLDAP and the LAN and Windows administrators using AD. However, most people are unable to fully [...]

Sergej Kalenichenko 3:00 am

10 Twitter Clients for Linux Desktop and Command Line

twitter linux client

This article shows a set awesome twitter clients which work on Linux Desktops and command line for your daily tweets. With the exponential growth in usage of twitter in recent years, more and more people like to express themselves on [...]

Pradip Sakhavala 2:11 pm

How to Configure OpenLDAP with 2 Hosts on Mirror Mode

configure openldap mirror

OpenLDAP is a free, open source implementation of the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) developed by the OpenLDAP Project. In other words, it is a protocol for managing related information from a centralized location through the use of a file [...]

Sergej Kalenichenko 3:00 am

How to Manage Time from Linux Terminal using Ding Tool

ding time management tool

Ding is a very simple solution to help with short-term time management. The beep sound uses the motherboard audio and works even if the speakers are muted. To manage time with ding, you need a linux terminal and that includes [...]

Dwijadas Dey 1:51 am

Machma - Enables to Run Multiple Commands Parallel in Linux

machma run command parallel

In order to fully utilize computing power, jobs can be run in parallel. For example, re-sizing of images sequentially takes a lot of time, On the other hand re-sizing of multiple images in parallel makes better use of multi-core CPU [...]

Dwijadas Dey 11:57 am

How to Setup Postal a Mail Server for Incoming & Outgoing Email

postal mailserver

Postal is a complete and fully featured Open source mail delivery server for use by websites & web servers. It was developed by aTech Media to serve their own mail processing requirements but later on, they decided that it should [...]

Kashif Siddique 12:38 pm

ANGRYsearch - Super Quick File Search Desktop Tool on Linux

angrysearch file search tool

ANGRYsearch is a linux file search utility that attempts to emulate 'Everything Search Engine' that is available in Windows. ANGRYsearch displays result as you type the file name or directories. ANGRYsearch is written in python 3 using PyQt5 for GUI. [...]

Dwijadas Dey 3:00 am