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  • : Mount remote directories with SSHFS.

    For those who don’t know, SSHFS stands for Secure SHell FileSystem. It’s a client that enables us to interact with remote directories through SFTP (SSH File Transfer Protocol).

    Posted on: Saturday February 04 2017

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  • : How to install and configure Nextcloud on Ubuntu 16.04 with Apache.

    Nextcloud is a cloud storage service invented by ownCloud founder. Unlike other popular services, in this case you can set up your own storage system, on your server. Nextcloud gives you fine-grained control over data access, facilitates file synchronization and allows for sharing across devices.

    Posted on: Sunday January 29 2017

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  • : Command line aliases in Linux.

    So far, in this tutorial series, we have discussed the basic usage as well as related details of the cd - and pushd/popd commands, as well as the CDPATH environment variable.

    Posted on: Friday January 27 2017

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  • Guruz News: Why do people not like Systemd?.

    Serious question, why do people hate on Systemd so much. I keep hearing people express how much they hate it, but no one ever explains why it is so bad. All I have ever read are good things (faster start times, better logging, etc). Can someone give me an objective reason why Systemd is not good, what is a better alternative?

    Posted on: Monday January 23 2017

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  • : How to generate and check strong passwords in Linux.

    Different operations require different security layers. Accessing your email account, your social media, your bank account, and a remote server that you administer through SSH all need different security layers, and contain data which hold different “weight”.

    Posted on: Sunday January 22 2017

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  • : How to install and configure Piwik on Ubuntu Server 16.04.

    Those who own a website probably know what “web analytics” refers to. It’s a general term indicating the study of the impact of a website on its users. A business based on Internet services, like e-commerce, needs to find statistical information about people who visit the site, and this data is provided by web analytics software.

    Posted on: Thursday January 19 2017

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