Troubleshooting with Linux: Command-Line Solutions for Ubuntu and CentOS

Linux, with its robust command-line interface, is a powerhouse for system administrators and users alike. In this blog, we’ll dive into the world of troubleshooting on Ubuntu and CentOS, two of the most popular Linux distributions. Whether you’re a seasoned Linux user or just starting, understanding command-line solutions for common issues can be a game-changer.… Continue reading Troubleshooting with Linux: Command-Line Solutions for Ubuntu and CentOS

Linux for Everyone: Breaking Down Barriers to Open Source Adoption

Linux, often hailed as the champion of open-source software, has long been overshadowed by misconceptions of complexity, reserved for tech aficionados. However, the tides are turning, and Linux is shedding its daunting image, inviting everyone to experience the liberating world of open source. Demystifying Linux: A User-Friendly Revolution Gone are the days when the mere… Continue reading Linux for Everyone: Breaking Down Barriers to Open Source Adoption

Bridging the Gap: Navigating Ubuntu and CentOS Commands in Linux

Welcome to the fascinating world of Linux, where the command-line interface (CLI) serves as the key to unlock the full potential of operating systems. In this journey, Ubuntu and CentOS emerge as prominent distributions, each with its unique characteristics. Let’s embark on an exploration of essential commands that seamlessly bridge the gap between Ubuntu and… Continue reading Bridging the Gap: Navigating Ubuntu and CentOS Commands in Linux

Add new users in linux and provide appropriate permissions using groups

Why the need to add new users in linux? Well, we often work on a project with a large team having number of developers coding, deploying the code to the server constantly. Most of the team i have noticed uses single ssh key to log into the server. And that is definitely a security concern.… Continue reading Add new users in linux and provide appropriate permissions using groups

Important Linux + ubuntu + centos commands

We daily come across in need of various Linux + ubuntu + centos commands while updating our server and it becomes hard to remember each and every command by tips. So i thought of adding all commands at one place. Linux version :┬ácat /etc/*elease Check if linux is 32 Bit or 64 Bit :┬ácat /etc/*elease… Continue reading Important Linux + ubuntu + centos commands