LFCS – Network Management

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These days, we connect nearly all computers to a network in some manner. Whether the connection is Ethernet (hard-wired) or Wi-Fi, there is a method of sharing data or accessing shared data.


Bash 08 – Arrays and For Loops

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This article is another one that contains some very important information. Arrays are useful in any programming language and Bash is no exception.

Arrays are like variable because it holds a...

VirtualBox Explored (Part 1)

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Many people that use VirtualBox, at some point come across a problem they have not encountered before.

In this article, I want to cover as many issues that may arise and how to fix them. This may...

Finding System Information in Linux

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Many people at some point may need to find specific information about their system. There are many ways to get specific information about your system, but some may take a while to remember or look...

LFCS – Network Time Protocol (NTP)

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We covered the Network Time Protocol Daemon a little in the article ‘–-kerberos-authentication-centos7.39296/’, as well as in...

BASH 07 – Command-Line Options

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Some scripts and programs can take options from the command line. These can be very specific for the operation of a program or script.

There are two ways to handle options: placement or...

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