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How To Find A File Or Directory Quickly In Linux/Unix?

Searching a file manually in Linux or Unix can be a little bit challenging especially for new users. Linux/Unix provides various command-line tools that can be used to accomplish this

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How To Use Nmap For Scanning A Port?

There are lots of network mapping and security auditing tools available for reviewing and analyzing a computer network for possible security vulnerabilities and loopholes. These tools can be used by

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What Is apt-fast And Why Should You Use It?

What is apt-fast? apt-fast is a shell script wrapper for apt-get and aptitude that can drastically improve the downloading speed of a package in the Debian based systems. It downloads

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File Compression and Archive Utility in Linux/Unix

An Introduction To File Compression Data compression is a process of reducing the size of a data file. A compressed file is easier and faster to transmit over a network

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Package Managemet In Slackware

Slackware is a Linux distribution developed by Patrick Volkerding initially it was released in 1993. The distribution was based on the Softland Linux system which was one of the first

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How To Setup Apache Server In Linux Using LAMP Stack

What Is LAMP? LAMP is an acronym of Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP. It is a group of opensource software that is used to run a web server on Linux.

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The Concept Of RAID

Originally the term RAID defined as “Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks” but now it is referred to as “Redundant Array of Independent Disk”. It is a data storage virtualization technology.

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Package Management In Gentoo Linux

Gentoo Linux is a Linux distribution which is distributed in source format. That means the source code can be compiled locally according to the user’s requirement. Since the operating system

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Logical Volume Manager(LVM)

LVM simply stands for “Logical Volume Manager”. It is a tool for logical volume management. And is an advanced filesystem management concept in Unix based systems. LVM provides much more

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Virtualization In Linux With Xen

Virtualization Technology Virtualization means creating a virtual version of something like computer hardware, storage devices, and network resources, etc. It allows you to create multiple simulated environments from a single