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Linux Commands For Beginners: SUDO

Sudo, the one command to rule them all.  It stands for “super user do!”  Pronounced like “sue dough” As a Linux system administrator or power user, it’s one of the most important commands in your arsenal.  Have you ever tried to run a command in terminal only to be given “Access Denied?”  Well this is […]

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Linux Commands For Beginners: LS

For some of you, this is a basic command that you use literally all the time, If this is you, then this tutorial isn’t for you.

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Ubuntu – Steam Client Installation and Review

Some time ago, Valve announced that they were releasing a Steam Client targeted at Linux systems.

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Ubuntu Linux – Apache and Self Signed Certificates

Whether it is on your desktop or server installation of Ubuntu, there will come a time that you may need to work with Apache and certificates.

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Netstat: network analysis and troubleshooting, explained

The netstat command gives you a set of tools to answer the question “What in blazes is going on on my network?” when things go wrong.

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Ubuntu and Multiple Monitors – AMD Edition

There are several ways to end up with a satisfactory experience on the desktop with Ubuntu despite their recent confusion of the user interface.

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How to Get a Linux (Related) Job

Working in Information Technology over the last twenty years (and the last ten or so as a senior engineer or team lead in various organizations) has exposed me to a lot of resumes over that time.

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Changing MySQL User Password

Alright, so you’ve created a new MySQL Database, you’ve added a user, even granted permissions to the user.

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Quickly Find And Launch Azure Linux Virtual Machines With VM Depot

Microsoft Open Technologies has recently launched a service called VM Depot that allows you to quickly and easily scan for virtual machines.

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Configuring A Fresh Install Of MySQL On CentOS: Start Service, Set Password, Set Runlevels

On some distributions, MySQL is installed without asking you to set the default root password for the MySQL server.