Share your Linux terminal with tmate

Watching someone else work in a Linux terminal is very educational. You can learn new commands, new workflows, or new ways to debug and automate. But it can be difficult to capture what you're seeing so you can try it yourself later. You might resort to taking screenshots or a screen recording of a shared terminal session so you can type out each command later. The only other option is for the person demonstrating the commands to record the session using a tool like Asciinema or script and scriptreplay.

How to interrupt the Linux boot process

During a computer's boot process, you must transition from a firmware (UEFI or BIOS) process to loading a kernel and then finally to the user environment. When booting a POSIX system, you can choose to interrupt the boot process to adjust settings or even to log in using a chroot environment. Learn more

How to Install VNC Server Ubuntu 22.04

Virtual Network Computing (VNC) is a desktop sharing protocol that allows you to control a computer remotely using the VNC client software. VNC is working on GUI (Graphical User Interface) environments, it transmits movements of your mouse and keyboard input over the network using the Remote Frame Buffer (RFB) protocol. Commonly, VNC is used for technicians to control client desktops or used by someone that needs to access their Desktop in the office from their home. VNC can be used securely through the VPN network or using the SSH tunneling connection.

How to Backup and Restore your Linux system with Timeshift

Timeshift is a system backup and restores tool designed to restore your system into a usable state after something goes wrong. Maybe you were tinkering with some commands on the Terminal, or you installed an application that messed up your settings.
Here we’ll learn how to use Timeshift to restore our system to a previous state. Read more

List all Installed Packages on Ubuntu and Debian-based Linux Distributions

We are still not in a utopia to have all the rolling-out versions of packages inside solo repositories for which we have to use a different medium to install them.

Today, you will learn how to list all the installed packages from Apt, Deb, Snap, and Flatpak on Ubuntu or other Linux distributions. Read more

How UX design can be embraced for privacy

Users see many design patterns online daily. From web designs to different layouts, there is much to discuss. However, there are moments when design patterns do not favor the user. For instance, push notifications might have benign intentions. But users might see them as intrusive and annoying overall. Read more

How to Install PHP on Ubuntu 22.04

Learn how to install PHP on Ubuntu 22.04 and combine it with Apache and Nginx. PHP, short for PHP hypertext preprocessor, is one of the server-side programming languages. Read more

How to Install Skype on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS

In the following tutorial, you will learn how to install Skype on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS Jammy Jellyfish using the command line terminal and optional version builds of stable and unstable. Read more

Smap: Alternate Network Scanner of Nmap by shodan.io [Examples]

For Nmap users time to taste another pie of network scanners powered by shodan.io.

Smap now brings all required features on hand to network admin or penetration tester without overgoing to shodan.io. Smap and Nmap are identical and generate the standard output, except Smap will also fetch public open port data from shodan.io as an addon to standard Nmap.Read more

The 7 Best DIY Security Camera Apps and Software for Linux

Looking for a DIY security webcam client for Linux? These Linux-compatible apps are ideal for any DIY security cam project.
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