CloudStats.me – Easy Server and Website Monitoring from the Cloud

CloudStats is a cloud based server and website monitoring platform that makes it really easy for you to monitor any server or website. The platform supports servers of all types (for example, cloud, vps, dedicated servers) and most operating systems (like Ubuntu, Debian, CentOS and Windows). Read more

4 ways open source gives you a competitive edge

Building a tech stack is a major decision for every organization. While picking the right tools will set your team up for success, picking the wrong solutions or platforms can have devastating effects on productivity and profitability. To succeed in today's fast-paced world, organizations must make smart investments in digital solutions that enable them to move faster and increase operational agility. Read more

10 Reasons Why You Should Switch From Windows To Linux

Raise your hand if you have been experiencing countless Windows updates, virus attacks, malware, ransomware, being limited with everything, or just looking for some good options aside from Windows or Apple? If you’re out there looking for some answers, worry no more.

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How to Filter log file entries based on date range in Linux

If you are facing difficulty while systematically reading log files. Then you are in the right place.

Simple doing cat to read log file is a kind basic way to inspect log file. But when you want to filter data in an organized way based on time, then we use awk or grep.

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How to Compile and Run C Program in Centos Stream

If you have recently switched to the latest CentOS Stream from Windows and don’t know how to Install C in CentOS Stream, then buddy, you came to the right place.

C programming language requires the compiler to run a program. Without a compiler, you will not be able to run the program file.

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How to Create Symbolic or soft Link in Linux?

A symbolic link (or symlink) is a special type of file in Linux that contains a path to another file or directory. Basically, it is similar to a shortcut and is also known as a soft link.

In this post, we’ll see how to create, verify, and remove symbolic links in Linux. First, let’s start with a basic introduction to links Read More

How to configure Static Local IP Address in Ubuntu

In Linux, if you were working on networking, you may become to a point when you need to assign static IP to your system over the local network.

There may be any reason. If you want to communicate with a PC on the network, then whenever your system restarts, local IP changes based on the subnet mask. To avoid this, you need to fix your preferred local IP in the network configuration. Read more

How to Mount Windows NTFS Partition in Linux

This is quite common for Dual Boot users who use Windows and Linux simultaneously for their work. You can easily mount Windows partitions through File Manager.

When you try to mount the NTFS partition from a terminal, you will encounter an error “The disk contains an unclean file system (0, 0). Learn More

How to Create Bootable USB using the dd command

Today we will see a unique way to create a bootable disk, In this method, you do not need to install any third-party applications or libraries, and it is a most simple way to create a bootable disk. Do you want to know how to do? Follow our instructions. Learn More

How to restore USB normal after bootable USB

You are anxious about what happened to your pen drive why it is just showing limited storage (Oh holy!) I have tried to format the USB drive still the USB Drive is showing limited storage, and this all happened when I have followed the creating of a bootable USB drive to install Ubuntu on my system. Learn More

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