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Steps to restart network services in Linux ?

This article will guide you on how to start, stop, and restart the #network service on different Linux distribution like Ubuntu, #Debian, Linux Mint, and CentOS 8. Moreover, you can troubleshoot the network #error through the #NetworkManager tool on #CentOS 8.

Please don't stop services if you have a remote ssh connection that may create a problem.

Restarting networking on a desktop machine will cause dbus and a bunch of #service to stop and never be started again, usually leading to the whole system being unusable.

To restart a Linux service:

1. Linux provides fine-grained control over system services through #systemd, using the systemctl command.

2. To verify whether a service is active or not, run this command: sudo systemctl status apache2.

3. To stop and restart the service in Linux, use the command: sudo systemctl restart SERVICE_NAME.


How to import a OpenVPN .ovpn file with Network Manager or Command Line in Linux

This article will guide you on how to import .opvn (OpenVPN config) file using a GUI or CLI method in Linux.