Linux – How to install Docker engine on Debian 9 Stretch

How to install Docker engine on Debian 9 Stretch Install Prerequisites # apt-get install apt-transport-https dirmngr Add Docker Repository Add Docker package depository to your /etc/apt/sources.list sources list: # echo 'deb debian-stretch main'... Read more »

Monitor servers with OpenNMS on Ubuntu 16.04

OpenNMS is a free and open source enterprise grade network monitoring web application system that can be used to monitor unlimited devices at a single instance. OpenNMS detects and monitor services or... Read more »

Top 10 Linux Distributions

Linux is everywhere around you, even if you don’t realize it. I have been using Linux as my only OS since 2007 and with every passing year I come to realize that... Read more »

Top 10 networking commands in linux (basic)

Networking is an essential part Linux and it offer lots of tools and command to diagnose any networking problem. Networking Commands Example in Linux finding host/domain name and IP address – hostname... Read more »

How to create a AllShare DLNA Server for a Samsung Smart TV

If you really want to stream all those torrents you download from the Internet and watch them on your TV set then you’re in the right place. For this you will need... Read more »

Apache .htaccess directory access protection

If you would ever need to shield your website from a public access, know that apache .htaccess file provides a simple and yet powerful way to accomplish it. This article teaches you... Read more »

Installation of VMware-server 2.0.2 on Ubuntu Linux 10.04

This article is a step-by-step guide of VMware-server 2.0.2 installation on Ubuntu Linux Lucid Lynx 10.04. This guide assumes that a reader already obtained a copy of VMware-server 2.0.2 installation pack along... Read more »

Linux Filesystem Basics

This article explains basic commands for navigation within Linux file system. The diagram below represents (part of) a Linux file system know as Filesystem Hierarchy Standard. A line from one node to... Read more »

HowTo Use Internet Time Servers in Ubuntu 10.04

Ubuntu has an easy way to keep your system clock synchronized with the internet time servers, but sadly it’s not enabled by default. Here’s the quick steps required to enable it for... Read more »

Using Iptables on Linux

Iptables is a rule-based firewall, which will process each rule in order until it finds one that matches. Todo: include example here Usage The iptables utility is typically pre-installed on your linux... Read more »