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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[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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How to setup a network bridge in Ubuntu Linux

This post will tell you how to setup a network bridge in Ubuntu. I just cannot guarantee that this will work on all Ubuntu versions but this will surely work on 12.04, 14.04, 14.10 and 15.04. I am not going to cover every corner aspects of a network bridge setup rather I my guide will be short but contain enough data to setup a working […]

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[SHELL] How to know in which shell you are working in Linux or FreeBSD

There are several ways to know the current shell on which you are working. We will be using some shell commands to know in which Shell you are working on. #1 To know Which Shell you are working on: The easiest way is by entering the following command in the shell itself: $ ps -p $$ Explanation: Basically we are listing the process (by using […]

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How to Download, Extract and update the Linux Kernel source

When you are starting to learn Linux programming or Device driver development, then the first thing you need is the Linux Kernel which is available in a zipped archive format from kernel.org. Sometimes I just download the kernel to browse source code of some modules. How to download the Linux kernel source? You just go to kernel.org and download the desired kernel required to you. […]

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How to Change the Hostname on a Linux Machine

Sometimes you wanted to change the Hostname on a Linux machine like on your Ubuntu PC or a Fedora machine or any other Linux distro like a Citrix XenServer to somewhat relevant to the service running on a server or say you have some slogan of yours that you want to put as a Hostname on your computer. Here I will show you how exactly […]

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How to Configure vncserver in Fedora Linux

Vnc server and vnc viewer is used to Remote Access in most of the Linux machines like Fedora, RHEL, Ubuntu or any other Linux distro. Sometimes it is necessary for System Administrators and developers to access a Linux machine remotely. Usually things can be done via SSH but you cannot do graphical stuffs using SSH. It’s just a text based command line utility. Think of […]

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