Tagged: ubuntu

network monitoring

Monitoring network bandwidth with iftop command

System Admins are required to monitor IT infrastructure to make sure that everything is up & running. We have to monitor performance of hardware i.e memory, hdds & CPUs etc & so does we...

create Bootable Linux Flash Drive

Learn to create Bootable Linux Flash Drive (using Ubuntu)

To be able to install Ubuntu or any other Linux OS or even any other OS like Windows etc, we either need a bootable FlashDrive or a DVD of the OS. In this tutorial,...

important logs to monitor

Important Logs to monitor to identify issues in the Linux system

An important part of System Administration is make sure that all the infrastructure is always up & working fine and if problems do arise on the servers, then to resolve those problems. We use...

dpkg command with examples

Package management in Ubuntu : Learn dpkg command with examples

Ubuntu, Debian & distros based on these uses .deb files for installation of softwares/applications on the system & in order to install these deb, we use dpkg package manager. With dpkg, we can install,...

ubuntu commands

5 important Ubuntu commands to know

Ubuntu is one of the favorite Linux distributions that is widely used for its GUI capabilities, especially for those who are moving from Windows to Linux. Ubuntu’s GUI is so much evolved that almost...

install git

How to install GIT on Linux (Ubuntu & CentOS)

Git is one of the famous, open-source & distributed version controlling system, that is used for tracking changes in files/code among multiple peoples/locations. Being a distributed system allows every repository on every system to...

Old network interface name

Getting old network interface name back in RHEL/CentoS 7

Ever since the release of RHEL version 7, i have been most annoyed by the way the network interfaces have been named in OS. Earlier, the names for interfaces would be eth0 or eth1...

phpMemcachedAdmin installation

phpMemcachedAdmin installation in Linux

In our earlier tutorial, we have learned to install Memcached on Centos/RHEL & Ubuntu operating systems. For this tutorial we will discuss phpMemcachedAdmin installation, it is graphical\web interface used for the administration of memcached...

INSTALL TEAMVIEWER

Install TEAMVIEWER on Ubuntu & RHEL/CentOS

Team viewer needs no introduction, it is being used for years for remotely accessing a system over the internet. Teamviewer is known as all in one solution for remote access & support ovver the...

Installing memcached

Installing MEMCACHED in Ubuntu & RHEL/CentOS

Memcached is a very popular, open source distributed memory caching system, that is used for temporarily storing information that is most likely to be used by a databse. It is primarily used to boost...

root account in ubuntu

Enabling root account in Ubuntu

Root account is super user account in Linux & it has access to anything and everything on filesystem. You can create new partitions, destroy old ones or install/uninstall softwares using root, But in Ubuntu,...

things to do after installing ubuntu

Things to do after installing Ubuntu

Ubuntu 17.04 (Zesty Zapus) has released & those who love Ubuntu have already upgraded to 17.04 or might be planning to do so very soon. To get you started we have prepared for you...

ubuntu 17.04

Upgrading Ubuntu 16.04 & 16.10 to Ubuntu 17.04

Ubuntu 17.04 AKA Zesty Zapus has been released & Ubuntu lovers are trying out the latest version. In this guide, we will show you how you can upgrade your systems from Ubuntu 16.04 or...