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How to Create a USB Bootable Ubuntu Live Disk

How to Create a USB Bootable Ubuntu Live Disk

Looking to make a Live Ubuntu USB disk? then you have arrived at the right place. Here I will provide you direct download link to the Ubuntu ISO image, Linux Live USB Creator application and guide you step by step through the installation process to create a USB bootable Ubuntu Live Disk. An Ubuntu Live USB will help you boot Linux without installing it on […]

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Some Online Linux Terminal to Learn Linux

Some Online Linux Terminal to Learn Linux

Are you looking for some online linux terminals to work with?? Yes, there are some Linux terminals available online which will be helpful for you to learn Linux on the go. Online Linux shell is only helpful for learning purpose and they may not serve you better than that. Let’s see some of the online Linux shells: Here is a list if available Online Linux […]

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How to Learn Linux Without Having a Linux Machine?

How to Learn Linux Without Having a Linux Machine?

Wondering how to learn Linux without having a Linux PC with you?? Is it really possible or you’re just kidding me?? Trust me it’s all possible and you just need to have a good internet connection to work with Linux. No hardware, no Linux distro (like Ubuntu, Fedora etc) installation and no virtual machine installation on your existing PC is required. Above all it’s completely […]

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What is Android 64-bit, advantages over 32-bit and how it will be helpful for the end user

What is Android 64-bit, advantages over 32-bit and how it will be helpful for the end user

Today Google Nexus 6 goes on sale via Google Play Store. The latest Google Nexus flagship phone comes with the latest Android L version, the Android Lollipop which is a 64-bit version of Android. Accordingly the chipset manufacturers like Qualcomm, Mediatek, Samsung, Intel are releasing 64-bit SoC. So, today I am going to demonstrate what this 64-bit really means and how it will affect are […]

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[FreeBSD] How to Install FreeBSD OS, Step by step guide using a virtual machine

Take a deep breathe and be sure that you have at least an hour of time. We have to go a long way towards an important step. Before going into any administration or any driver development guide, you must know how to install FreeBSD and configure it. Just to stay in the safe side I will take the help of Virtualization software to install the […]

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[FreeBSD] How to set and unset loader variables in boot loader prompt

Important question is why you need to set and unset variables at boot time??? The answer is when something is stopping you from booting your system then this may help you make your day easier. There are so many variables set by default in the system by various kernel subsystems or driver modules. you can find the default variables in /boot/defaults/loader.conf and user set variables […]

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[FreeBSD] How to install VIM in FreeBSD

[wr_row][wr_column]By default FreeBSD comes in a command line user interface. As an Administrator or a Device Drive developer or as a FreeBSD user, you must be having a good text editor in hand to work comfortably on a command line environment. By default there are two such text editors installed under FreeBSD, such as: vi and ee. There is no such drawback in these editors […]

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[FreeBSD] How to allow Root access on FreeBSD over ssh protocol

By default FreeBSD does not allow root access over ssh protocol. So if you need to log on to your FreeBSD machine over ssh with root privilege, then you have to allow root user access for ssh login. In this example I am using VIM as the text editor but if you don’t have VIM editor then you have to use the default EE or […]

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[How to solve] Could not load host key: /etc/ssh/ssh_host_rsa_key issue in FreeBSD or Linux

Sometimes while starting the sshd service you may face some issues like the following: Could not load host key: /etc/ssh/ssh_host_key Could not load host key: /etc/ssh/ssh_host_rsa_key Could not load host key: /etc/ssh/ssh_host_dsa_key Could not load host key: /etc/ssh/ssh_host_ecdsa_key Disabling protocol version 2. Could not load host key sshd: no hostkeys available — exiting. Usually these security keys should have been created during the installation itself […]

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How to unload a module or blacklist module in Linux

How to unload a module or blacklist module in Linux

Sometimes you need to unload a kernel module to load your own written code or you want to replace an out-of-box stock module to a vendor provided kernel module. So here you go. This guide tells you how to unload a module in linux. This guide will work in any Linux OS distro. First you need to see if the module is really loaded or […]

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