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How to Enable SSH on Debian

In this tutorial, you will learn how to enable SSH on a Debian system. SSH allows you to connect to your devices securely remotely. Using this, you can send commands to your system, transfer files, and more. Read More...

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How to Install and Configure NGINX on Ubuntu

This tutorial will show you how easy it is to install Nginx on an Ubuntu system. Nginx is one of the most used web servers in the world. It has become the backbone for some of the biggest websites in the world, including Netflix, WordPress.org, and more. In fact, we even use Nginx to run […] 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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How to Install Docker on Ubuntu

This guide will walk you through the simple process of installing the Docker virtualization platform to the Ubuntu operating system. Docker is an easy-to-use container-based virtualization system. These containers are separated from the host and can have their own OS. Read More...

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Adding a User to the Sudoers File in Ubuntu

In this tutorial, you will learn how to give a user sudo privileges on Ubuntu by adding them to the sudoers file. Additionally, we will also show you some more straightforward methods you can use that don't give you as much fine-tuned control over sudo. Read More...

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How to Edit the Hosts File on Ubuntu

This guide will show you how easy it is to edit the hosts file on the Ubuntu operating system. The hosts file is used by the system to resolve a hostname to an IP address without needing to communicate with an outside domain name server. Read More...

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How to Install Wine on Ubuntu

This guide will show you how to install Wine on the Ubuntu operating system. Wine is a compatibility layer that allows you to run Windows apps on Linux systems. The installation process is relatively straightforward and can be completed in a few short steps. Read More...

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How to Install pip on Ubuntu

In this guide, you will be taught how to install pip to the Ubuntu operating system. pip is a package manager for the Python programming language. Using pip, you can easily install most Python libraries and modules with relative ease. Read More...

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How to Open the Terminal on Ubuntu

In this guide, you will learn how to open the terminal on an Ubuntu operating system. We will show you several straightforward methods that you can use to open the command line. From keyboard shortcuts to the right-click menu, all methods are simple. Read More...

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How to Zip Files and Folders on Ubuntu

This guide will show you how to zip files and folders on an Ubuntu-based operating system. Throughout this, you will learn how easy it is to use both the command line and desktop interface to create an archive using the zip format. Read More...

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How to List Installed Packages on Ubuntu

In this tutorial, we will teach you how to list the packages installed on your Ubuntu system. Within this guide, you will explore two different methods. The first is to use the apt package manager to list installed packages. The other is to use the dpkg tool. Read More...

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Add support for exFAT to Ubuntu

In this guide, you will learn how to add support for the exFAT filesystem to Ubuntu. Microsoft developed exFAT for flash-based storage. You can add support for the filesystem to Ubuntu by compiling a special, open-source kernel-based driver. Read More...