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How to Create Your Own Navidrome Music Server –  Just Like Spotify.

With a containerized Navidrome Music Server! Do you want to create your very own private music server? One that works a lot like Spotify? Did you know that you can do all this in Linux? If you create a cloud server, you can share your music in the car with...

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How to Install Python3 (3.12.1) on RHEL6 & RHEL7

Note: The procedure was fully tested on Python 3.12.1 Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 (RHEL6) and CentOS6 (June 2024) A large number of operating system applications require Python. Out of the box, Red Hat 6 versions only support Python2.6, and Red Hat 7 versions only support Python2.7. Both of these...

How to Update AWS CLI via the Command Line

This guide is split into two sections: how to install AWS CLI via the command line and how to update AWS CLI via the command line. It explains how to do this for Linux, Windows, and macOS. Part 1: Install CLI Part 2: Update CLI PART1: Install AWS CLI via...

Vi, Nano, and Vim: The Battle of the Linux Text Editors

Linux, renowned for its flexibility and power, offers a variety of text editors for both novice and experienced users. Among these, Vi, Nano, and Vim stand out as the most popular choices. Each boasts a unique history, strengths, and weaknesses, leading to a spirited debate about which reigns supreme. VI...

Secure Shell (SSH) Connection via Port 22

SSH is a cryptographic network protocol that enables secure communication between two networked devices. It is primarily used for remote administration, file transfers, and other network services that require a high degree of security. Purpose: Components: By default, SSH servers listen for incoming connections on TCP port 22. However, this...

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How to Install, Configure and Use Gitlab CE on Ubuntu 22.04

How to Install GitLab CE on Ubuntu 22.04: A Step-by-Step Guide GitLab Community Edition (CE) is a powerful, open-source DevOps platform that enables DevOps teams to collaborate, manage code, and streamline their software development lifecycle. It is a really popular CI/CD with developers, and it is often considered one of...

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How to Delete Files in Linux: The Ultimate Guide for Beginners (and Pros!)

Sometimes, it is necessary to delete files in Linux. As always, be careful when deleting files because once they are gone, they are gone. There are lots of different ways to delete files in Linux, this procedure will focus on how to do it from the command line. You will...

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How to Change the Ubuntu Root Password: What You Need to Know

Are you new to Ubuntu? You might have stumbled upon the term “root password” and wondered what it’s all about. This guide will break it down, explaining why Ubuntu handles root access differently, how to perform administrative tasks, and the importance of security best practices. It’s important to know that...

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Linux Download: Which Free and Paid Distros are Right for You?

Linux is a very popular operating system created by Linus Torvalds in 1991. Linux distributions have come a long way since then, and now there are literally hundreds of different versions of Linux available. They all run off a modified version of the Linux Kernel, so they look and feel...

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