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Why Not to Use chmod 777

Using chmod 777 is something that should always be avoided. Follow our guide to find out why and learn more about Linux permissions. This guide will also offer some alternatives you should try using instead of settings your permissions to 777 using chmod.

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Using NTP on Linux with Chrony

In this guide, you will be learning how to use NTP on your Linux device by using Chrony. Chrony is a newer take on the NTP that is designed to make synchronizing time more reliable even in areas where a network connection is intermittent.

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Using Unattended-Upgrades on Debian and Ubuntu

In this guide, we will be showing you how to install and configure the unattended-upgrades package on your Debian or Ubuntu-based device. This package will allow you to automatically upgrade the packages on your system without having to run an upgrade manually.

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Configuring Firewall Rules using UFW

In this Linux guide, you will be learning how to configure your firewall rules using UFW. UFW stands for uncomplicated firewall and makes the process of protecting your devices straightforward with easy to use commands and syntax.

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Guide to the nano Text Editor

In this guide, we will be showing you how to use nano on your Linux system. nano is by far one of the most straightforward and versatile text editors you can use on Linux. It is the perfect choice for beginners to command-line text editors.

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Using the hostname Command

Learn how to use the hostname command on Linux and Unix based operating systems. The hostname command can be used to display and set the hostname of the system as well as display its assigned IP addresses and fully qualified domain names.

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The rm Command in Linux

In this Linux guide, you will be learning how to use the rm command on Linux/Unix based operating systems. rm stands for remove and is used to delete files and directories by unlinking their filename and marking their data as writeable storage.

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The man Command in Linux

In this guide, we will show you how to use the man command on your Linux operating system. man is a useful tool for finding manual pages on the various programs on your system. These manual pages can describe the different behaviors of the program.

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Using the cd Command

In this guide, you will be learning some of the best practices for using the cd command on your Linux operating system. cd is the primary command for moving around the filesystem on your Linux operating system. It is one of the first commands you should learn to use.

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The ls Command in Linux

In this guide, you will be learning how to best make use of the ls command on a Linux/Unix operating system. ls is used to list the details of files and directories and is one of the most crucial commands to learn when dealing with the Linux filesystem.

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Using Two-Factor Authentication for SSH

In this guide, you will learn how to fortify your device’s security by setting up two-factor authentication for your SSH connection. Adding 2FA will make it harder for users to brute force your SSH connection as it makes use of a continually regenerated code.

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