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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NextCloud 13 new features, NextCloud surpasses OwnCloud!

NextCloud is a Dropbox-like software that enables you to store and sync your files originally forked from the popular cloud-building software OwnCloud. At almost two year after the fork, as you’ll see shortly, NextCloud has become...

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How to manage Ubuntu Firewall (like a boss)

A firewall is a security system used to control network traffic going in and out of computers. Today we might take it for granted, however the firewall still remains one of the most important security devices...

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MiniShift setup on Windows: OpenShift on Windows

OpenShift is a great PaaS platform by Red Hat that leverages container technologies such as Docker and Kubernetes. If you want to try OpenShift but don’t want to set up a real, full-blown cluster this solution...

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How to upgrade Fedora 26 to Fedora 27

Upgrading is an essential operation in any operating system, but few operating system can handle it well. Many users prefer to install over the previous version and risk losing their data. Other user do backups and...