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How to Setup Rsyslog Remote Logging on Linux
How to Setup Rsyslog Remote Logging on Linux

Every Linux distribution comes with some logging systems to record system activities. This might be helpful during system troubleshooting. Rsyslog is an open source and is rocket-fast in terms of speed...

How to Install PlayOnLinux
How to Install PlayOnLinux

Wine platform is developed for allowing you to run Microsoft Windows applications on Linux and other UNIX-based operating systems (MacOS X, FreeBSD, Solaris). PlayOnLinux is a graphical interface for Wine,...

How to install Vim Text Editor in Linux
How to install Vim Text Editor in Linux

Vim editor is one of the most useful Text Editor used in Linux environment. Vim can be used and is designed for   both – from a command line as well as a standalone application in a graphical user...

How to Find Pubic IP Address on Linux
How to Find Pubic IP Address on Linux

There are many ways to find public IP address on Linux or WAN (Wide Area Network) IP on a Linux. This article gives step-by-step instructions to find IP address on Linux. What is IP Address? An IP (internet...

How To Create LVM Using Vgcreate, Lvcreate and Lvextend Lvm2 Commands
How To Create LVM Using Vgcreate, Lvcreate and Lvextend Lvm2 Commands

LVM stands for Logical Volume Manager. With LVM, we can create logical partitions that can span across one or more physical hard drives. First, the hard drives are divided into physical volumes, then those...

How to Compress and Decompress a .bz2/.tbz2 Files
How to Compress and Decompress a .bz2/.tbz2 Files

The process of encoding data using fewer bits is called Data Compression and the operation of restoring compressed data back into a form in which it is again useful is called the Data Decompression. The...

How to Monitor Logging Activity of Linux Process
How to Monitor Logging Activity of Linux Process

‘ATOP‘ is a monitor tool which can describe the activity of all Linux processes and also allows you to keep a regular log of system activities. However, it can be used for different purposes,...

Top Tools to Monitor Linux Performance
Top Tools to Monitor Linux Performance

Linux monitoring tools are generally for Linux/System administrators who monitor and debug Linux performance problems and related issues. The below instructions will work under various variants of Linux. This...

Log in to Linux Desktop with Google Authenticator
Log in to Linux Desktop with Google Authenticator

If you want your Linux system to be safe and secure, then this article is for you!! For protecting your Linux system, a time-based authentication token along with a passcode is required. However, to add...

Linux Firewall Open and Deny Port Commands
Linux Firewall Open and Deny Port Commands

Linux server comes with firewall configuration tool which is called UFW (Uncomplicated Firewall). It is easy to utilize and configure firewall settings in Linux. The below process can be useful but at...
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