This category includes topics covering various user management techniques in linux using softwares and command line tools.

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

How to Host Open Source Code Repository in github

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Hi all, today we will be learning how to host Source Code of Open Source Software in the repository hosted by . GitHub is a web-based Git repository hosting service, which offers all of the distributed revision control and source [...]

Arun Pyasi 3:00 pm

How to Install Deepin Desktop Environment and Derivatives in Ubuntu

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Hello, Today I am gonna show you how we can setup Deepin Desktop Environment (DDE) which is maintained under a Linux Distribution Project called Deepin. Deepin is an Ubuntu based distribution of Linux Kernel for the Chinese (Also available in English) [...]

Arun Pyasi 11:00 am

A Great Tool To Show Linux Command Progress Like % , ETA

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Coreutils Viewer (cv) is a simple program that can be used to show the progress of any of coreutils commands. It uses information from file descriptors to determine the progress of a command for example the cp command. The beauty [...]

Allan Mbugua 11:00 am

How to Limit Process at User Level on Linux

Ulimit  - as the name signifies, its the user resource limits defined by users for their respective processes, it provides control over the resources available to the shell and to processes started by it, on systems that allow such control. [...]

Bobbin Zachariah 12:33 pm

How to Add User to Group on Linux

This article is about associating a user to a group but now the question is why a user joins a group and how we can do it. This can be associating a user to a new group or may be [...]

Raghu 12:20 am

Linux Command To Change Password For Root / User / Group

Passwords are the way of authenticating a user in Linux system. Linux uses MD5 as an algorithm for storing the password hashes. MD5 is a one way hashing algorithm which is very secure way of authentication. This article tells how [...]

Bobbin Zachariah 9:56 pm

Understanding Linux File Permissions for Beginners

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In Linux operating system, everything is organized in the form of files and directories. By setting permissions on files and directories, one can make sure that only authorized users are allowed to access a specific data. Each file in Linux [...]

Bobbin Zachariah 11:10 pm