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How to KILL a process on Linux

Introduction To get full use of your system you must watch what's going on and monitor the utilization of the system. Linux is not a perfect...

How to use PS command

Introduction Using a system without monitoring what's happening in the background is not a good thing to do -especially in Linux- because as a result,...

How to reset root password on Red Hat 7/8

Introduction Root user or as we commonly say super user (privileged user) is the most dangerous user in our environment because of its powerful capabilities...

How to Install vsftpd Server on Debian 11

FTP or File Transfer Protocol, is a popular protocol for transferring files to and from an FTP server. However, it is fraught with security...

FIX: Google Chrome doesn’t work on Kali linux

Introduction : Google chrome is one of the stable browsers in many times considered the best . Google Chrome Features: Support all platforms Windows , Linux...

Hardening filesystem Centos/RHEL 8

Introduction Linux has continued used for many years beyond multiple industries and offers customizable and versatile systems. It is, therefore, essential that computers, servers, and...

How to install OmniOS ce

How to install OmniOS ce on virtualbox

Certificate Authority with OpenSSL

how to set up a CA to issue your own certificates and how to tell other hosts to trust them

How to install HAProxy on FreeBSD

how to install haproxy on freebsd and configure to use it as a reverse proxy

How to reset MySQL root password

In this article I will show you how to reset MySQL root password in two different ways. Also both methods happen to work with...

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