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How to Enable SSH Service in Rescue Mode on CentOS/RockyLinux/AlmaLinux

This guide will not be helpful at the moment, but make sure to bookmark this article to enable ssh service in rescue mode to take a backup of your system, configuration, and generate an SOS report, etc.

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How to Install the Latest Mainline Kernel Version on Ubuntu 22.04

Want to install the latest mainline kernel update on your Ubuntu machine, which is still maintained by Linus Torvalds?
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How to Find and Delete Files Older than X Days in Linux

Oh boy... there is another use of the find command which helps us to delete files according to access or modification time to remove unused files like a pro!

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How to Find User Account with Empty Password on Linux

In Linux computing, system security is the highest priority. Standard users or system administrators always take certain precautions to ensure the safety of the system and its users.

We have already discussed many topics related to system security (get the link at the bottom of this article). However, today we will focus on ensuring the safety of the user accounts.

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How to Install Fish Shell with Starship on Linux distributions

When you are looking for a shell that is capable of auto highlighting, command completion, and suggest you next option to use with the command, which does not require much customization to start with the shell, then the fish shell is for you.

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How to Disable ‘su’ Access for Sudo Users in Linux

It's not reliable to allow multiple users to have access to the root account, especially when one or more sudo users reside on your system, so you can simply lock it by disabling the su command.

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5 Useful Linux Command Line Tools that Everyone Should Use

A set of five useful Linux command(s) to gives you the ultimate productivity boost in your day-to-day Linux work Read more

How to Create a Data Backup and Recovery Strategy for Linux

As the saying goes "Failing to prepare is preparing to fail," you should always be prepared with a data backup to avoid losing valuable data on your Linux PC or server.

A backup strategy is a simple plan that prepares you to quickly and easily recover your important data in the shortest amount of time possible. Let's look at how you can devise a backup and recovery plan for Linux that best suits your needs. Read more

How to extract and disassemble vmlinuz file

Obviously, you might wonder, why extract VMLinuz? What is the use of it? Extraction of assembly code may be helpful when you want to debug where the problem occurred and how the specific function is executed.

And in this article, you will see how to extract the vmlinuz file and disassemble (read) the vmlinuz file in Linux.
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A simple solution to the Private Key-Loss Conundrum

Statistically, over 10% of users forget or lose their passwords or private keys for encrypted data.

This is not a big problem if there is a password or private key recovery option, but it becomes a disaster when there is no way to recover the lost or forgotten password or private key.

To avoid such disastrous situations, users may use a simple four-step approach to generate easily recoverable private keys based on dynamical passwords.

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