How To Install And Use PuTTY On Linux

PuTTY is a free and open source GUI client that supports wide range of protocols including SSH, Telnet, Rlogin and serial for Windows and Unix-like operating systems. Generally, Windows admins use PuTTY as SSH and telnet clients to access the remote Linux servers from their local Windows systems. However, PuTTY is not limited to Windows. It […]

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How To Setup Linux Media Server Using Jellyfin

We’ve already written about setting up your own streaming media server on Linux using Streama. Today, we will going to setup yet another media server using Jellyfin. Jellyfin is a free, cross-platform and open source alternative to propriety media streaming applications such as Emby and Plex. The main developer of Jellyfin forked it from Emby after the announcement of Emby […]

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Alibaba Dragonwell8 : The In-house OpenJDK Implementation At Alibaba

Alibaba requires no introduction. It is one of the popular and largest multinational conglomerate founded by Jack Ma, a business magnate and philanthropist from China. It is also world’s fifth-largest internet company by revenue. It specializes in various sectors such as e-commerce, retail, Internet and technology. Alibaba team has provided significant contribution to open source projects. One such project […]

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Kindd – A Graphical Frontend To dd Command

A while ago we learned how to create bootable ISO using dd command in Unix-like systems. Please keep in mind that dd command is one of the dangerous and destructive command. If you’re not sure what you are actually doing, you might accidentally wipe your hard drive in minutes. The dd command just takes bytes from if and writes […]

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How To Create SSH Alias In Linux

If you frequently access a lot of different remote systems via SSH, this trick will save you some time. You can create SSH alias to frequently-accessed systems via SSH. This way you need not to remember all the different usernames, hostnames, ssh port numbers and IP addresses etc. Additionally, It avoids the need to repetitively […]

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A Beginners Guide To Cron Jobs

Cron is one of the most useful utility that you can find in any Unix-like operating system. It is used to schedule commands at a specific time. These scheduled commands or tasks are known as “Cron Jobs”. Cron is generally used for running scheduled backups, monitoring disk space, deleting files (for example log files) periodically which […]

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