Originally developed by Sun’s Microsystems, NFS is an acronym for Network File System. It is a distributed protocol that allows a user on a client PC to access shared files from a remote server much the same way they would access files
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Whenever a major release for GNOME arrives, it is always tempting to try it out as soon as possible. But, to get your hands on it first to test it, you had to mostly rely on Fedora Rawhide (development branch). However, a
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When you install Ubuntu, you are asked to create a user and this user gets sudo access by default. This is good because you need root privileges to manage the system. But what about new users you created later on Ubuntu? What
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There are ways to check CPU information on Linux. Probably the most common is the lscpu command that gives you plenty of information about all the CPU cores on your system. lscpu command output You may find CPU information there without installing
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Traefik is one of the modern methods which is used to set up reverse proxy for docker containers. When you want to run multiple applications in docker containers exposing port 80 and 443, traefik can be the best option for reverse proxy.
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When Red Hat decided to kill the stable CentOS in favor of rolling release CentOS Stream, it created a sort of revolt. The adamant sysadmins who preferred a decade old distribution instead of the goodness of the latest software and updates didn’t
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