- Category: Linux
This article covers the best Linux distributions to try in 2022. In fact, If you're thinking of switching from Windows to Linux and are confused about which Linux distro to choose, don't worry because you will have your Linux distro after reading this guide.
This article will guide you on steps to install and configure the #DHCP #server in the Linux system and assign dynamic and fixed #IP addresses to the clients. It takes just a few simple steps to configure the DHCP server in a #Linux machine. Once you have configured it, it will automatically assign the assigning IP addresses and related information to each machine on the network.
The main DHCP #configuration file is /etc/dhcp/dhcpd. conf. The file is used to store the network configuration information required by DHCP #clients.
To enable DHCP or change other TCP/IP settings:
1. Select Start , then select Settings > #Network & Internet.
2. Do one of the following: For a Wi-Fi network, select Wi-Fi > Manage known networks.
3. Under IP assignment, select Edit.
4. Under Edit IP settings, select Automatic (DHCP) or Manual.
5. When you're done, select Save.
This article will guide you on how to delete a #directory in #Linux using the #rm, rmdir and find commands. It is quite easy to delete a directory in Linux whether it contains files and other #subdirectories, or simply if it is empty. To delete (i.e. remove) a directory and all the sub-directories and files that it contains, navigate to its parent directory, and then use the command rm -r followed by the name of the directory you want to delete (e.g. rm -r directory-name ). The “-rf” flag, along with the “rm” command, removes a directory recursively without prompting the user for confirmation.
This article will guide you on how to use the #mount and #umount command to attach and detach various file systems. You can perform this task on several media options like ISO file, NFS share and USB flash drive. Mounting will not erase everything. The #disk does get modified slightly each time you mount it, though. However, since you have serious directory corruption which cannot be repaired by Disk Utility you need to repair and replace the directory before it can be mounted.
This article will guide you on how to use the root user on #OpenSUSE Linux and the sudo command.To use sudo, you need to install and configure sudo on the OpenSUSE #Linux server. The #sudo command allows you to run #programs with the security privileges of another user (by default, as the #superuser). Using the #sudoers file, system administrators can give certain users or groups access to some or all commands without those users having to know the root password.
In this article, you will learn how to disable password authentication for SSH including the root user. This will enable the server to only accept key based login and the root user can not login with password.
When iNodes space is exhausted , the server performance will be affected and could be frustrating to fix especially when you are sure that you have not used up all your server resources.
Is it difficult to disable weak SSH ciphers in your Linux Machine? We will help you.
This Tutorial will show you the easiest method of restarting a server based on a Webmin and Virtualmin control panel
Let's Encrypt has gained popularity because they offer free SSL for millions of websites all over the world. They are a non-profit certificate authority run by Internet Security Research Group (ISRG) that provides X. 509 certificates for Transport Layer Security (TLS) encryption free of charge. The certificate is usually valid for 90 days after which is expires pending when it is renewed.
Allowing your server disk to use all its disk space will help to improve the functionality and performance of your server in general. It is very common for unallocated disk space to be unused by default.
Netdata is very essential utility application which provides a real-time monitoring service for Linux systems and applications by displaying interactive charts which can be viewed via a web browser.