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browser security
These simple steps can go a long way toward improving your online security.

5 Easy Tips for Linux Web Browser Security

If you use your Linux desktop and never open a web browser, you are a special kind of user. For most of us, however, a web browser has become one of the most-used digital tools on the planet. We work, we play, we get news, we interact, we bank… the number of things we do via a web browser far...
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writing tools
Jack has tips to help aspiring writers gain confidence with using the Linux platform.

Must-Have Tools for Writers on the Linux Platform

I’ve been a writer for more than 20 years. I’ve written thousands of articles and how-tos on various technical topics and have penned more than 40 works of fiction. So, the written word is not only important to me, it’s familiar to the point of being second nature. And through those two decades (...
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Introductory Go Programming Tutorial

Maybe you've heard of Go. It was first introduced in 2009, but like any new programming language, it took a while for it to mature and stabilize to the point where it became useful for production applications. Nowadays, Go is a well-established language that is used for network and database...
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search tools
Get up to speed with the find command so you can locate files on your Linux servers and desktops without need of a GUI.

How to Search for Files from the Linux Command Line

Learn how to use the find command in this tutorial from our archives. It goes without saying that every good Linux desktop environment offers the ability to search your file system for files and folders. If your default desktop doesn’t -- because this is Linux -- you can always install an app to...
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Linux links
We continue our series on using Linux links with a look at some quirks you should know about.

Understanding Linux Links: Part 2

In the first part of this series, we looked at hard links and soft links and discussed some of the various ways that linking can be useful. Linking may seem straightforward, but there are some non-obvious quirks you have to be aware of. That’s what we’ll be looking at here. Consider, for example,...
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Kenzan pipeline
Part 2 of this series lays the last bit of infrastructure needed to run our Kr8sswordz Puzzle application.

Set Up a CI/CD Pipeline with a Jenkins Pod in Kubernetes (Part 2)

In Part 1 of our series, we got our local Kubernetes cluster up and running with Docker, Minikube, and kubectl. We set up an image repository, and tried building, pushing, and deploying a container image with code changes we made to the Hello-Kenzan app. It’s now time to automate this process. In...
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Kubernetes
In this tutorial series, we show how easy it is to set up a fully-containerized application stack in Kubernetes with a simple CI/CD pipeline to manage the deployments.

Set Up a CI/CD Pipeline with Kubernetes Part 1: Overview

What’s New? We’ve updated the four parts of this blog series and versioned the code along with it to include the following new technology components. Jenkins Plugin Kubernetes Continuous Deploy has  been added to deployments. https://plugins.jenkins.io/kubernetes-cd Kubernetes RBAC and...
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Beginner's Guide: How To Install Ubuntu Linux 18.04

Two surprising things happened this year in my personal tech life. Dell's XPS 13 laptop became my daily driver, finally pulling me away from Apple's MacBook Pro. Then I ditched Windows 10 in favor of Ubuntu. Now I've gone down the Linux rabbit hole and become fascinated with the wealth of open...
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moving files
Paul Brown continues his Linux filesystem series with a look at moving, copying, renaming, and more.

Linux for Beginners: Moving Things Around

In previous installments of this series, you learned about directories and how permissions to access directories work. Most of what you learned in those articles can be applied to files, except how to make a file executable. So let's deal with that before moving on. No .exe Needed In other...
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How To Install Prometheus on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

Prometheus is a free and open source software ecosystem that allows us to collect metrics from our applications and stores them in a database, especially a time-series based DB. It is a very powerful monitoring system suitable for dynamic environments. Prometheus is written in Go and use query...
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