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How to Install GlusterFS with a Replicated HA Storage Volume on Ubuntu Linux 16.04 LTS

GlusterFS is a free and open source network distributed storage file system. Network distributed storage file systems are very popular amoung high trafficked websites, cloud computing servers, streaming media services, CDN (content delivery networks) and more. This tutorial shows you how to install...
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How to Upgrade Kernel to Latest Version in Ubuntu

Periodically new devices and technology coming out and it’s important to keep our Linux system kernel up-to-date if we want to get the most of out it. Moreover, updating system kernel will ease us to take advantage of new kernel fuctions and also it helps us to protect ourselves from...
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Learn how to get the best of both worlds and run your favorite Linux distro and Chrome OS side by side in this step-by-step guide.

How to Install Debian, Ubuntu, or Kali Linux on Your Chromebook

Chromebooks are steadily gaining market share. With the arrival of Android apps to the platform, Chromebooks have become an ideal platform for a very large user-base, and Chrome OS is a very important piece of technology in the current consumer space. However, if you are a Linux user, you may need...
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Elasticsearch and Kibana: Installation and Basic Usage on Ubuntu 16.04

Elasticsearch is a production-ready search engine written in Java and is extremely powerful. It can be used as a standalone search engine for the web or as a search engine for e-commerce web applications.  eBay, Facebook, Netflix is some of the companies that use this platform. This is popular...
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Understanding the Difference Between sudo and su

In one of our earlier articles, we discussed the 'sudo' command in detail. Towards the ends of that tutorial, there was a mention of another similar command 'su' in a small note.  In this article, we will discuss in detail the 'su' command as well as how it differs from the 'sudo' command. The main...
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How to Install Snap Applications on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS

Ubuntu 16.04LTS was released by Canonical back in April last year. Among some of the key new features it brought, one was a new packaging format dubbed Snap. To refresh, here's an excerpt from our Ubuntu 16.04 overview tutorial that explains the what and why of Snap: So, why Snap? Well, this new...
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13 Weird and Wonderful Niche Linux Distros of 2017

Fed up with the bog-standard Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora and so on? Looking for a distro that reflects your individuality? In this roundup we've discovered no less than 13 of the best, oddest and most useful distributions that Linux has to offer. They include one distro which is the official, sanctioned...
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How to Create a New sudo User on Ubuntu Linux Server

In Linux (and Unix in general), there is a SuperUser named root. The root user can do anything and everything, and thus doing daily work as the root can be very dangerous. You could type a command incorrectly and destroy the server.   By default, the root account password is locked in Ubuntu. This...
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How To Install Webmin on Ubuntu 16.04

In this tutorial we will show you how to install and configuration Webmin on Ubuntu 16.04. For those of you who didn’t know, Webmin is a free control Panel for managing VPS. Webmin is a web based interface which is used to manage VPS web hosting server. With the help of webmin you can setup user...
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Ubuntu-Based Ultimate Edition 5.0 Gamers Distribution Is Out for Linux Gaming

It's been almost three months since we last heard something from TheeMahn, the developer of the Ultimate Edition (formerly Ubuntu Ultimate Edition) operating system, a fork of Ubuntu and Linux Mint, but we've been tipped by one of our readers about the availability of Ultimate Edition 5.0 Gamers....
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