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Create Compress Archive Almost Any File in Linux (tar, tar.gz, tar.bz2, gz, bz, zip, 7z, rar, etc…)

Compress file Command's This is a Linux command line guide/cheat sheet that will help you archive or compress file. More options are also available by reading the man pages! Most compression or archiving methods that you may want are alread...

Apache Web Server Hardening (Part-I)

Apache Web Server Having a default configuration in Apache Web Server is highly vulnerable to exploitation as it supplies most sensitive information to attacker. So, hardening a web server enhances the server security and prevents attacks on s...

Using Version Control to track Configuration Management On Drupal

Configuration Management For this configuration management tutorial, you need considerable or basic knowledge in/of open source CVS such as Git is highly recommended as well as a slight acquaintance with content management system (CMS) such as...

Table | Use one file per table with MySQL's INNODB storage

  Introduction to MySQL INNODB engine table InnoDB is a general-purpose storage engine that balances high reliability and high performance. In MySQL 5.6, InnoDB is the default MySQL storage engine. Unless you have configured a different ...

pdflatex not found pandoc fedora linux

  Having trouble getting Pandoc to convert your file to pdf? On Fedora linux? Knitter not working in RStudio? etc… There’s a one-stop solution that will get you all of your required dependencies: Fedora’s groups! On Fe...

DNF Slow on Fedora? Add Fastestmirror to Your dnf.conf

  DNF is a solid advance over Yum. But it’s default behavior may not be what you’re used to. The reason is dnf slow Case in point is that the old yum plugin fastestmirror is now built in to dnf! However, it’s default setti...

How to Setup ZPanel CP on Linux CentOS 6

  Today we are going to show you about one of the most important solution of web hosting control panel which is more than an open source application that works on Windows and Linux that is zPanel CP. Its written in PHP and uses differen...

How to Install and Setup SugarCRM Community on CentOS 7.1

Customer Relations Management is a vital component to any business with customer support, marketing and sales. In our today’s article we will setup the World’s largest open source CRM software that is sugarCRM. It is a web based customer ma...

How To update and upgrade Arch Linux

  I've started using Arch Linux for a few weeks now, and I've installed it on my BIP media VPS server (Virtual Private Server). I must say I really like it. I'm posting some tips about Arch Linux if you want to give it a try. ...

How To Force fsck on the Next Reboot or Boot Sequence Linux

If you want to force fsck on the next reboot? How do I force fsck on a Linux based VPS server or laptop? Is there any configuration file that I need to alter for this purpose on a Linux? fsck command is used to check and op...

  • By lee
  • September 3, 2016 at 12:59 pm

How do I permanently shred wipe erase scrub a hard disk?

To securely shred wipe erase scrub data is not as easy as you may think. When you delete a file using the default commands of the operating system (for example “rm” in Linux/BSD/MacOS/UNIX or “del” in DOS or emptying the recycle b...

  • By wen
  • September 2, 2016 at 13:08 pm

How To Remove RAID metadata from a Hard Disk

Sometimes a hardware RAID controller or fakeraid (BIOS) can leave RAID metadata that makes it impossible to install Windows or Linux, or it installs correctly, but causes a kernel panic or a 0xb7 blue screen error on the first boot. ...

How To Install Locate On CentOS Server

Introduction This how-to will show you how to install locate on a CentOS server. This command is often the easiest and fastest way to find the location of files and directories. This is very useful when you’re working on a Linux syst...

Proxmox NoVNC not working

Well, if you are having problem with PROXMOX NoVNC not working and has been ignoring it up until now, its time to make it work. NoVNC basically uses web socket and html5 to allow you to remote access your virtual machine. So make sure you...

List of Proxmox important configuration files directory

There are many times when we need to find the path to certain configuration files for Proxmox LXC or KVM or OpenVZ. It takes time to constantly keep looking them up or remember them so here are all the important path for anyone who ...