How to Check CPU Utilization in Linux with Command Line

January 31, 2019

You have probably noticed your Linux OS slowing down, especially when working harder. Understanding CPU processor usage is critical for overall performance measurement.

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How to Start, Stop, or Restart Apache Server on CentOS 7

January 23, 2019

In this SIMPLE Updated Tutorial Learn How to restart, start, & stop Apache web server on the CentOS 7 Linux operating system. Find out how now!

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How to Install Pip on CentOS 7

January 17, 2019

Pip Installs Packages (Pip) is a package management system that simplifies the process of installing and managing software packages written in Python. All packages listed in the Python Package Index (PyPI) can be installed using Pip.

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How to Install & Setup a Mumble Server {Murmur} on Linux CentOS 7

January 14, 2019

Growing demands for extreme compute power lead to the unavoidable presence of bare metal servers in today’s IT industry. Their goal is to handle the most intensive workloads by providing extreme processing power to a single tenant. No shared resources and immense scalability options position bare metal servers as a smart choice for growing infrastructures.

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How to Flush DNS Cache in macOS, Windows, & Linux

January 8, 2019

DNS cache can be corrupted for a number of different reasons, including network attacks or viruses. When that happens, IP address mapping becomes corrupted for certain popular websites. Learn to clear DNS cache on your system and resolve potential issues.

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How to Set up & Use NGINX as a Reverse Proxy

Nginx (pronounced “Engine X”) is a reverse proxy application. A standard proxy server works on behalf of clients, often by providing privacy or filtering content. A reverse proxy works on behalf of a server, intercepting traffic and routing it to a separate server.

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How to use apt Package Manager on Ubuntu Linux

January 7, 2019

In Linux, special tools were developed for managing applications. Application software for Linux typically comes in a package. The default package manager for Ubuntu is apt-get. Linux operating systems use a software tool known as a package manager to make sure the software is correctly installed and up-to-date. It also keeps a current list of available software, stored externally in a database called a repository. This guide shows you how to use apt-get to manage packages on Ubuntu.

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How to View Apache Access & Error Logs

Apache is part of the LAMP stack of software for Linux (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP). Apache is responsible for serving web pages to people looking at your website.

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How to Find Files in Linux With the Find Command

December 19, 2018

The find command is a useful command-line tool in Linux. This tutorial shows how to use the find command.

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How To Add User to Sudoers & Add User to Sudo Group on CentOS 7

December 5, 2018

This guide will walk you through the steps to create or add a sudo user on CentOS 7. The “sudo” command stands for “Super User DO,” and temporarily elevates the privileges of a regular user for administrative tasks.

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