Getting Started with MySQL Clusters as a Service

MySQL Cluster.me starts offering MySQL Clusters and MariaDB Clusters as a service based on Galera Replication technology. In this article we will go through the main features of a MySQL and MariaDB clusters as...

5 Reasons To Install Linux Today

If you are reading this article, chances are you are a new or prospective Linux user. Or perhaps you’re not – and are curious as to what I consider the 5 top reasons why...

Wkhtmltopdf – A Smart Tool to Convert Website HTML Page to PDF in Linux

Wkhtmltopdf is an open source simple and much effective command-line shell utility that enables user to convert any given HTML (Web Page) to PDF document or an image (jpg, png, etc). Wkhtmltopdf is written...

Min – A Lighter, Faster and Secure Web Browser for Linux

Min is a minimal, simple, fast and cross-platform web browser, developed with CSS and JavaScript using Electron framework for Linux, Window and Mac OSX. It is easy to use and helps users avoid online...

Disable Apache Web Directory Listing Using .htaccess File

Securing your apache web server is one of the most important task, specially when you setting up a new website. For example, if you create a new website directory called “tecmint” under your Apache...

How to Run ‘sudo’ Command Without Entering a Password in Linux

In case you are running Linux on a machine that you normally use alone, say on a laptop, entering a password each time you invoke sudo can become so boring in the long run....

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How to Hide PHP Version Number in HTTP Header

The PHP configuration, by default allows the server HTTP response header ‘X-Powered-By‘ to display the PHP version installed on a server. For server security reasons (though not a major threat to worry about), it...

How to Hide Apache Version Number and Other Sensitive Info

When remote requests are sent to your Apache web server, by default, some valuable information such as the web server version number, server operating system details, installed Apache modules plus more, is sent along...

Install Latest ‘Thunderbird’ Email Client in Linux Systems

Thunderbird is an open source free cross-platform web based email, news and chat client application that is designed to handle multiple email accounts and news feeds. On December 28, 2016 Mozilla team announced the...

Getting Started with Bitbucket for Version Control

Before the Internet became a massive, world-wide phenomenon, teams of developers used to be confined to a reduced physical space. Collaboration with people from the other side of the world was very expensive or...

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How To Assign Output of a Linux Command to a Variable

When you run a command, it produces some kind of output: either the result of a program is suppose to produce or status/error messages of the program execution details. Sometimes, you may want to...

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How to Keep ‘sudo’ Password Timeout Session Longer in Linux

In recent articles, we’ve showed you 10 Useful Sudoers Configurations in Linux and Let Sudo Insult You When You Enter Incorrect Password, and in this article, we discovered a another sudo tip that will...

How to Find Number of Files in a Directory and Subdirectories

In this guide, we will cover how to display the total number of files in the current working directory or any other directory and its subdirectories on a Linux system. We will use the...

Setup SysVol Replication Across Two Samba4 AD DC with Rsync – Part 6

This topic will cover SysVol replication across two Samba4 Active Directory Domain Controllers performed with the help of a few powerful Linux tools, such as Rsync file synchronization utility, Cron scheduling daemon and SSH...

Set Date and Time for Each Command You Execute in Bash History

By default, all commands executed by Bash on the command line are stored in history buffer or recorded in a file called ~/.bash_history. This means that a system administrator can view a list of...

Learn The Basics of How Linux I/O (Input/Output) Redirection Works

One of the most important and interesting topics under Linux administration is I/O redirection. This feature of the command line enables you to redirect the input and/or output of commands from and/or to files,...

Let Sudo Insult You When You Enter Incorrect Password

Sudoers is the default sudo security policy plugin in Linux, however, experienced system administrators can specify a custom security policy as well as input and output logging plugins. It is driven by the /etc/sudoers...

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