Geek Flare : Linux
18  octobre     13h16
Anonymize Linux Traffic With ProxyChains and Tor
Ashlin Jenifa    Using a Linux-based operating system to hide your identity on the internet is quite simple, and you can do it all without paying for a VPN service like those available today. Kali Linux distributions are used to test the security of WiFi networks, websites, and servers, among other things....
21  septembre     10h51
15 tar Command Examples for Sysadmin and Developers
Abhishek Nair    tar is one of the popular file archiving formats available in Unix and Linux-based systems. The name itself is derived from Tape ARchive as it was developed for writing sequential data on tape devices. It is also referred to as tarball sometimes. By default, tar only archives the files without...
21  juillet     09h40
10 Linux Cheat Sheets to Bookmark for Beginners
Durga Prasad Acharya    With hundreds of different Linux commands, it becomes difficult to remember all of them. Using the best Linux cheat sheet saves yourself this hassle and allows you to continue your work cohesively. The reason is Linux commands may intimidate you when you are a beginner, or you are not used to...
21  mars     15h50
How to Reboot and Shutdown Linux Servers?
Abhishek Nair    As a Sysadmin, one of the frequent activities is to reboot or power off servers. This could be due to regular maintenance activity like OS patching or due to some hardware failure that requires a system to be powered down for maintenance. A Linux system offers several different ways to reboot or...
22  février     17h13
16 grep Command Examples to Help You in Real-World
Abhishek Nair    grep, originally developed for Unix-based systems, is one of the most widely used command-line utility in Linux boxes. Its name comes from another similar command in ed tool, i.e., g re p which stands for globally search for a regular expression and print matching lines. grep basically searches for...
14  février     12h51
How to Find Linux Reboot Reason?
Abhishek Nair    It often happens that we find a Linux system has rebooted in an unplanned way or due to unknown apparent reasons. Finding and resolving the root cause can help in preventing the recurrence of such issues and avoid unplanned downtime. There are several ways we can find out what triggered a reboot....
20  janvier     19h56
How to Install PIP on CentOS, Ubuntu and Windows?
Abhishek Nair    pip (or its recursive acronym Pip Installs Packages ) is the package installer for Python. Python has an extensive index of available modules and packages that you can use in your projects. Often, downloading them or keeping them updated is a challenge, especially if your project is huge or needs...
30  décembre     12h06
How to Remove Files and Directories in Linux?
Abhishek Nair    One of the basic file system administration tasks involves creating, modifying, and deleting different types of files and directories. Knowing some basic tools and concepts for file deletion comes in handy and can save you time. Linux offers several tools that can help us accomplish file removal...
28  décembre     16h20
Using lsof Command in Linux with Examples
Abhishek Nair    lsof is a powerful utility available for Linux and Unix-based systems which literally stands for list (of) open files’. Its main function is to retrieve details about various types of files opened up by different running processes. These files can be regular files, directories, block files,...
25  décembre     11h23
15 Examples of SFTP command in Linux
Abhishek Nair    SFTP or Secure File Transfer Protocol is a secure remote file transfer utility based on File Transfer Protocol (FTP). FTP traffic is unencrypted and insecure which is why it has been mostly replaced by SFTP. SFTP runs over SSH protocol by default on TCP port 22 and offers the same set of security...