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linux man
The Linux ‘man’ command The Linux man command is one of the lesser known helpers for those new to Linux. Typing in ‘man find’ give you a whole manual page on the ‘find’ command and this is what ‘man’ is short for – Manual. Let us see part of the ‘man find’ command and its output: […]
Linux log files
Linux Log Files Linux log files are a wonderful source of information. They can be used for debugging and troubleshooting almost any running application. If you are bored of watching TV, try staring at your Linux log files for a while. It can get addictive. Linux logs are mostly stored in plain text. Most log […]
linux history
Linux History According to popular Linux history sources, Linux was created and developed by a talented student, Linus Torvalds, in 1991 when he was a student at Helsinki University, Finland. In early 1991 he purchased an IBM-compatible personal computer that came with the MS-DOS operating system. Linus wasn’t satisfied with MS-DOS and wanted to use […]
photo of rugby players engaged in a scrum
What is SCRUM?   Scrum is a software product development strategy that can be used for project management as well. It organizes people as a team to reach a common goal — creating a ready-for-market product. It is a widely used subset of Agile software development. Scrum software development starts with a wish list of […]
Linux - Advanced SSH
SSH is not just a way to connect to your Linux VPS SSH or Secure Shell is a network protocol that enables secure connections. It is heavily used to connect to servers, make changes, upload things, and exit. Sometimes these actions happen via tools and sometimes directly via the terminal. If you are tired of repeatedly […]
Install cPanel on Centos
You can install cPanel on CentOS for better system administration. cPanel is a web-based control panel that can make tasks like website creation, database management and database deployment so much easier to manage. cPanel is convenient in that it allows users to administer servers through a GUI interface instead of the traditional command line. To […]