How to Setup an L2TP/IPsec VPN Client on Linux

L2TP (which stands for Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol) is a tunneling protocol designed to support virtual private networks (VPN connections) over the internet. It is implemented in most if not all modern operating systems...

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Polo – A Modern Light-weight File Manager for Linux

Polo is a modern, light-weight and advanced file manager for Linux, that comes with a number of advanced features that are not present in many commonly used file managers or file browsers on Linux...

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How to Watch TCP and UDP Ports in Real-time

In software terms, especially at the operating system level, a port is a logical construct that identifies a specific process/application or a type of network service and each network service running on a Linux...

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Installation Guide of Linux Mint 19.2 Codename ‘Tina’ with Screenshots

Linux Mint is a modern, polished, easy-to-use and comfortable community-driven GNU/Linux desktop distribution based on the popular Ubuntu Linux distribution. It is a great and recommended distribution for computer users switching from Windows or...

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How to Install netstat Command in Linux

Netstat – derived from the words network and statistics – is a command-line utility used by system administrators for analyzing network statistics. It displays a whole manner of statistics such as open ports and...

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How to Disable SELinux on CentOS 8

SELinux or Security-Enhanced Linux is a mechanism or security module that provides access control security policies. In simple terms, it’s a feature or service used for restricting users to certain policies and rules set...

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How to Install and Use dig and nslookup Commands in Linux

In this article, you will learn how to install the dig command and nslookup command on Linux. These commands are used for network troubleshooting and gathering information about domain names. Dig, short for Domain...

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How to Run a Command with Time Limit (Timeout) In Linux

Linux comes with a bounty of commands, each command unique and used in specific cases. The goal of Linux is to help you be as fast and efficient as possible. One property of a...

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How to Install Curl in Linux

In this article, you will learn how to install the curl command-line tool for transferring data to and from a server using various types of requests. It’s an alternative to downloading files other than...

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