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How to join Ubuntu 16.10 to Windows Domain

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This tutorial will guide you how to join an Ubuntu 16.10 desktop to an existing Windows Domain. By joining Ubuntu to Windows Domain. The domain users can login to Ubuntu desktop with their existing username and password without having to create a local user.
 
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How to Install Elastic Stack on CentOS 7

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Elasticsearch is an open source search engine based on Lucene, developed in Java. It provides a distributed and multitenant full-text search engine with an HTTP Dashboard web-interface (Kibana). The data is queried, retrieved and stored with a JSON document scheme. Elasticsearch is a scalable search engine that can be used to search for all kind of text documents, including log files. Elasticsearch is the heart of the 'Elastic Stack' or ELK Stack.
 

How to Find Your LibreOffice Profile Folder in Windows, macOS, and Linux

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The LibreOffice user profile is where all user-related data is stored, such as extensions, custom dictionaries, and templates. When you uninstall or update LibreOffice, the user profile is preserved. You may want to back up you LibreOffice user profile in case you install LibreOffice on another computer or change any of the Expert Configurations, such as the number of actions you can undo, which may harm your profile.
 

A beginner's guide to comparing files using visual diff/merge tool Meld on Linux

A beginner's guide to comparing files using visual diff/merge tool Meld on Linux Icon
Meld is basically a visual comparison and merging tool that's primarily aimed at developers (however, rest assured that we'll be explaining the tool keeping in mind end-users). The tool supports both two- and three-way comparisons, and not only lets you compare files, but directories and version controlled projects as well. "Meld helps you review code changes and understand patches," the official website says.
 

How to Setup Mosquitto MQTT Server on Ubuntu 16.04

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Mosquitto MQTT Server is a message broker which works over MQTT protocol. MQTT is lightweight messaging protocol that is ISO standard for use on top of TCP/IP protocol. It is mostly used for communicating with Internet of Things devices. We are going to install Mosquitto on a Ubuntu 16.04 server and we are going to send messages from MQTT-spy software. Mosquitto is an Eclipse project and it is distributed under EDL license. So lets start.
 

Install and configure Elog (Logbook system) on Ubuntu 16.10 Server

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ELOG is part of a family of applications known as weblogs . Their general purpose is : to make it easy for people to put information online in a chronological fashion, in the form of short, time-stamped text messages ("entries") with optional HTML markup for presentation, and optional file attachments (images, archives, etc.) to make it easy for other people to access this information through a Web interface, browse entries, search, download files, and optionally add, update, delete or comment on entries.
 

How to Stop, Remove and Clean up Docker

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Are you new to docker? then running and maintaining docker applications is easy. This article explains how to stop docker container applications using docker stop, docker-compose stop and docker kill. docker-compose comes handy when managing a complex multi container docker application.
 

Linux command line navigation tips: the basics of pushd and popd commands

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To better understand what exactly pushd and popd commands do, let's first discuss the concept of stack. Imagine an empty area on your kitchen slab, and now imagine a set of plates that you want to keep there. What will you do? Simple, keep them one over the other. So at the end of the whole process, the first plate that you kept on the slab ends being the last plate in the pile, and the last plate that you had in your hand ends up being the first plate in the pile. Now, when you require a plate, you pick the one which is at the top of the pile, use it, and then pick the next one when required.
 

How to generate and check strong passwords in Linux

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Different operations require different security layers. Accessing your email account, your social media, your bank account, and a remote server that you administer through SSH all need different security layers, and contain data which hold different “weight”. But, in order to accessing all these operations, you will always require the same thing: a password.
 

How to Keep ‘sudo’ Password Timeout Session Longer in Linux

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In Ubuntu and its derivatives such as Linux Mint or any other Ubuntu-based distro, when you execute a sudo command, it will prompt you to enter administrative password. After you execute sudo command first time, the password will last for 15 minutes by default, so you don’t need to type password for every sudo command.
 

How to Create Bootable Live USB with Multiple Linux Distros

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One of the advantages of most Linux distributions, is the fact that you can run them off of a live USB, without having to install the OS itself on your machine. However, if for some reason, you require to have bootable media for a lot of Linux distributions, you’ll probably think about getting a number of different USB drives for each one of them. Well, fortunately, you don’t really need a lot of different USB flash drives, for each Linux distro you want to run. So, if you want to be able to boot into multiple Linux based operating systems off the same bootable USB, here is how you can create a multiboot USB:
 

How to Install WordPress with HHVM and Nginx on CentOS 7

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HHVM (HipHop Virtual Machine) is an open source virtual machine for executing programs written in PHP and Hack language. HHVM has been developed by Facebook, it provides most features of the current PHP 7 version. To run HHVM on your server, you can use a FastCGI to connect HHVM with a Nginx or Apache web server, or you can use the web server built into HHVM called "Proxygen". In this tutorial, I will show you how to install WordPress with HHVM and Nginx as web server. I will use CentOS 7 as the operating system, so basic knowledge of CentOS is required.
 

How to install Google Chrome in Linux Mint 18

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Google Chrome is the most popular web browser in 2017 and Linux Mint, the most popular Linux distro. For those of you who're new to Linux, let's see how to install Google Chrome in Linux Mint 18.
 

How to install MySQL Workbench on Manjaro Linux

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MySQL Workbench is a free MySQL management tool that can be used to manage our MySQL or MariaDB server via GUI. Its a pretty useful application for MySQL database administrator. We can create new database, edit, delete, perform database migration and so on. This tutorial will show you how to install MySQL Workbench on Manjaro Linux. This tutorial also applicable to other Arch based Linux such as Antergos, Arch Linux and many more.
 

What Is the lost+found Folder on Linux and macOS?

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The lost+found folder is a part of Linux, macOS, and other UNIX-like operating systems. Each file system—that is, each partition—has its own lost+found directory. You’ll find recovered bits of corrupted files here.
 

How to Setup Single Node Hadoop Cluster Using Docker

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In this article, I will show you how to setup a single node hadoop cluster using Docker. Before I start with the setup, let me briefly remind you what Docker and Hadoop are.
 

How To Install MariaDB on CentOS 7

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In this tutorial, we will explain how to install the latest version of MariaDB on a CentOS 7 server. If you specifically need MySQL, see the How to Install MySQL on CentOS 7 guide. If you're wondering about MySQL vs. MariaDB, MariaDB is the preferred package and should work seamlessly in place of MySQL.
 

How To Install MySQL on CentOS 7

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CentOS 7 prefers MariaDB, a fork of MySQL managed by the original MySQL developers and designed as a replacement for MySQL. If you run yum install mysql on CentOS 7, it is MariaDB that is installed rather than MySQL. If you're wondering about MySQL vs. MariaDB, MariaDB will generally work seamlessly in place of MySQL, so unless you have a specific use-case for MySQL, see the How To Install MariaDB on Centos 7 guide. This tutorial will explain how to install MySQL version 5.7 on a CentOS 7 server.
 

How to Install TeamViewer 12 on RHEL/CentOS/Fedora and Debian/Ubuntu

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Teamviewer is a cross-platform, powerful and secure remote access and control software that can connect to multiple devices simultaneously. It is an all-in-one solution for remote support which can be used for desktop sharing, online meetings and file transfer between devices connected over the Internet.
 

How To Install Discourse on Ubuntu 16.04

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Discourse is an open-source discussion platform. It can be used as a mailing list, a discussion forum, or a long-form chat room. In this tutorial, we'll install Discourse in an isolated environment using Docker, a containerization application.
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