Category: Linux

Linux is the name of the world’s most known kernel. A low-level component that enables the machine to talk to an operating system. Linux was born from the mind of Linus Torvalds in 1991 and is nowadays used on countless computers.

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Ubuntu 18.10 new features: Cosmic Cuttlefish bursts with graphics!

Ubuntu 18.10 will be the second release of year 2018 of the popular Ubuntu distribution, this article will collect information about this new release.

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How to get started with Docker on Windows

Containers are one of the most in-demand technologies nowadays and Docker is its spearhead. Although Windows doesn’t support Docker containers natively it is possible to run the Docker Engine on Windows, let’s take a look at...

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How to install NextCloud 14 server on CentOS 7.x

NextCloud is a Dropbox-like solution for self-hosted file sharing and syncing. Installing NextCloud 14 on CentOS is quite simple. Whether you want to backup, have file-syncing or just have a Google Calendar alternative, this guide is for...

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How to install MySQL server on Ubuntu

MySQL is one of the most popular Open Source Relational DataBase Management System, RDBMS for short. MySQL is widely spread across the world, it is employed in enterprise environments as well as small hobbyist sites. Surprisingly,...

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NextCloud 14 released: cloud federation to the next level

NextCloud is a Dropbox-like software that enables you to store and sync your files originally forked from the popular cloud-building software OwnCloud. With NextCloud 14 the most popular personal cloud software seeks to consolidate its features,...

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A comprehensive guide to Dockerfiles

In the world of Docker there are images for virtually anything, but chances are you will need to tweak them a bit if you need something more. That’s when Dockerfiles come in, Dockerfiles are used to...