Boot Repair Tool - Repair The Most Boot Related Problems

We all encounter many times the boot related problems and most of them are simply related to GRUB. Many people find it way too hard sometimes to enter long commands or search forums to find the way they can solve it. Today I am going to tell you how to use a simple, small software to solve most of the boot related problems. This tool is known as Boot Repair Tool. Now no more talk and get to work. Read More

Is IoT the Future of Linux?

Assuming for a minute we continue to see these IoT devices that are compatible with Linux or projects like Mycroft that are genuinely partners with the community using Linux, one thing is for sure '“ Linux continues to be a part of the equation. Read More

Limit CPU Usage of a Process in Linux with CPULimit Tool

In an earlier post, we explained CPUTool for limiting and controlling CPU utilization of any process in Linux. It allows a system administrator to interrupt execution of a process (or process group) if the CPU/system load goes beyond a defined threshold. Here, we will learn how to use a similar tool called cpulimit. Read More

A $2 Million Prize to Decentralize the Web. Apply Today

We're fueling a healthy Internet by supporting big ideas that keep the web accessible, decentralized and resilient. What will you build? Read More

A beginner's guide to collecting and mapping Twitter data using R

When I started learning R, I also needed to learn how to collect Twitter data and map it for research purposes. Despite the wealth of information on the internet about this topic, I found it difficult to understand what was involved in collecting and mapping Twitter data. Not only was I was a novice to R, but I was also unfamiliar with the technical terms in the various tutorials. Despite these barriers, I was successful! In this tutorial, I will break down how to collect Twitter data and display it on a map in a way that even novice coders can understand. Read More

How to Setup a VPN with OpenVPN on Debian 9 Stretch Linux

Setting up your own VPN is no small task, but there are plenty of reasons that you'd want to do it. For one, when you run your own VPN, you have complete control of it and know exactly what it's doing.

Security is an important factor for VPNs. It's possible to set up a simple one in a few minutes, but it won't be secure at all. You need to take the appropriate steps to ensure that both the server and your connections remain private and encrypted. Read More

Using hashcat to recover your passwords

Many people may have a user account on their system which they may not know the password to log in. Other passwords may also exist which can be recovered.

This article will cover the use of Hashcat to find missing passwords. Of course, this process will not find every password, but it can help to attempt a recovery ..... Read More

LinuxCertified releases U1 Ultra-light ultra-thin Ultrabook

LinuxCertified Inc introduced the U1 13.3" Ultra High Resolution, QHD+ Display - Exclusive High Performance Linux Ultrabook pre-installed with Ubuntu or Fedora Linux. The U1 is one of the ultralight, ultrathin, yet powerful Linux Ultrabook designed for legendary performance on the go, whether to another meeting or another country, you sacrifice nothing in return.
http://www.linuxcertified.com/linux-ultrabook-u1.html

U1 is ready to provide accelerated system performance. With the 7th Generation Intel® Core™ i7 Processor and up to 32GB dual-channel DDR4 memory, the ultrbook provides exceptional performance for advanced multi-threaded applications.

In addition to the superior graphics and processor technology, the U1 can support upto 6TB of storage space, supports PCIe Gen 3 X4 SSD capablities. The unit also features an HDMI, 1 mini display port, 3 USB 3.0 Ports, 1 thunderbolt 3 port & high resolution video camera. With the combination of all of these powerful technologies, the U1 is the ultimate Ultrabook people have been waiting for.

The system is available for purchase at http://www.linuxcertified.com/linux-ultrabook-u1.html

To learn more contact

Rajesh Goyal @ info(at)linuxcertified.com or at 1-877-800-6873

How to setup a Linux server on Amazon AWS

Tutorial to set up Linux Server on AWS and connect to an EC2 instance from Windows: AWS (Amazon Web Services) is one of the leading cloud server providers worldwide. You can setup a server within a minute using the AWS platform. On AWS, you can fine tune many techncal details of your server like the number of CPU's, Memory and HDD space, type of HDD (SSD which is faster or a classic IDE) and so on. And the best thing about the AWS is that you need to pay only for the services that you have used. To get started, AWS provides a special account called "Free tier" where you can use the AWS technology free for one year with some minor restrictions like you can use the server only Read More

How To Send Encrypted Emails In Linux

Though social media has reduced the need of sending emails but still for almost all professional reasons we send emails. Our emails are the online letters and contain useful information hence the information must be protected. In this article, we'll discuss how we can send encrypted emails in Linux Read More

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