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Understanding and Using Systemd

Like it or not, systemd is here to stay, so we might as well know what to do with it.systemd is controversial for several reasons: It's a...

Demystify GNU/Linux boot process with Systemd

The boot process in Systemd Basically there to ways of booting GNU/Linux the initramfs way or using a disk partition specifier in your kernel configuration....

Intro to Systemd Runlevels and Service Management Commands

In olden times we had static runlevels. systemd has mechanisms for more flexible and dynamic control of your system.Before we get into learning more...

What is Linux?

From smartphones to cars, supercomputers and home appliances, home desktops to enterprise servers, the Linux operating system is everywhere. Linux has been around since the...

An Introduction to the Linux Boot and Startup Processes

Understanding the Linux boot and startup processes is important to being able to both configure Linux and to resolving startup issues. This article presents...

Make Peace With Your Processes: Part 1

A fundamental design feature of Unix-like operating systems is that many of a system’s resources are accessible via the filesystem, as a file. For...

Cleaning Up Your Linux Startup Process

The average general-purpose Linux distribution launches all kinds of stuff at startup, including a lot of services that don't need to be running. Bluetooth,...

Give your Git Repository an Open Source Web Interface

Git is a very popular open source version control system. Many developers use Git on a desktop machine and push their updates to a...

Linux Foundation Certified Engineer: Diego Xirinachs

The Linux Foundation offers many resources for developers, users, and administrators of Linux systems. One of the most important offerings is its Linux Certification Program....

The 5 Biggest Linux Stories of 2014

Two Thousand and Fourteen was an exciting, tumultuous and rather funky year for Linux.Great consumer news, forks, death threats, hardware delays and... something truly...