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Setting up a WireGuard VPN using Docker

In this tutorial, we will be showing you how to set up and install WireGuard on your device by using a Docker container. Docker makes running WireGuard a super easy process, especially with the WG-Easy container that we are utilizing. WG-Easy provides a simple web interface to manage your VPN. Read More...

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Running qBittorrent using Docker

In this tutorial, you will be learning how to install and run qBittorrent on your device by using a Docker container. Docker allows you to easily run this torrent client on most devices. Thanks to a container, you can upgrade this package using a few short commands. Read More...

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Running Nextcloud using Docker Compose

In this tutorial, you will be learning how to set up Nextcloud by using a Docker container on your system. Docker makes running Nextcloud a significantly simpler process as you don't have to install several different pieces of software and it is all stored within one easy to update container. Read More...

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How to Logout a User on Linux

This tutorial will show you how you can logout a user on a Linux operating system. Knowing how to logout a user in Linux is vital to maintaining a healthy operating system. Luckily the process of removing the user is very straightforward. Read More...

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How to Reboot Linux

In this tutorial, you will learn how to reboot a Linux system using the terminal. Restarting your system can be done with a simple command. Some of the commands you will learn in this guide is shutdown, reboot and systemctl. Read More...

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How to Kill a Process on Linux

In this guide we will be teaching you some of the easy ways to kill a process on a Linux based system. This tutorial touches on three commands that are designed to terminate processes by sending what is called a kill signal. These three commands are kill, pkill and killall. Read More...

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How to List Users on Linux-based Systems

In this guide you will be learning how easy it is to list all of the users on a Linux-based system. Listing users is as easy as reading the contents of the passwd file. We will also show you some simple ways to filter the returned data or check for a specific user. Read More...

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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. Read More...

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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. Read More...