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Computers has always fascinated me since I was a kid and here we are. I love travelling for 2 reasons: the first one to see a new part of the world and second (the most important one) to experience the rich culture hidden among the country and people. I'm pretty good at cooking but very poor when it comes to baking.

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How to Upgrade Ubuntu 18.04 to Ubuntu 20.04

How to Upgrade Ubuntu 18.04 to Ubuntu 20.04

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Jan, 21

On 23rd April 2020, Canonical released Ubuntu 20.04 LTS, and every programming enthusiast wants to upgrade their system from Ubuntu 18.04 LTS desktop to Ubuntu 20.04 LTS. This Ubuntu 20.04 is an LTS or Long Term Support release, which means Ubuntu users will get the latest updates till April 2025.  It is easy to upgrade Ubuntu 18.04 to Ubuntu 20.04, but it requires a specific procedure. This article elaborates on the complete process to upgrade Ubuntu 18.04 to Ubuntu 20.04. We have also...

How to upgrade CentOS 7 to 8

How to upgrade CentOS 7 to 8

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Jan, 21

Upgrading a system is an essential part of staying updated in modern technologies to use new features. On 24 September 2019, CentOS officially released their CentOS version 8.0, and everyone started looking to upgrade their system from CentOS 7 to 8. CentOS offers multiple features and newly developed software support, so it is good to go for the CentOS 8 instead of CentOS 7. If you are also looking to get the upgrade done with the smoothest way possible, you're in the right place. Read the...

How to rename files in Linux

How to rename files in Linux

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Jan, 21

If you are a Linux user, you must have used terminal commands for various files and directory actions. One of the commonly used commands is to rename the file or directory. If you have administrative rights to the Linux terminal, it is an add-on for advanced terminal actions.  There are many types of commands that you can use to do this, like mv or rename. However, the mv command is now out of date, and the rename command is getting popular. Apart from the command-line...

How to Flush DNS

Before we get to the tutorial on How to Flush DNS on your system, we will first cover the basics. If you are here specifically for the how-to part, go ahead and skip to the tutorial! Today everyone is relying on the internet for even the smallest bit of information. Thus, many websites get a lot of traffic every second, and users tend to leave their traces online. Many websites and applications use cookies or JavaScript applications to store users' or visitors' details and trace their...

How to Find Linux Version

How to Find Linux Version

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Dec, 20

When it comes to web hosting, a VPS, or other similar online services, Linux is king. There are simply more advantages to using Linux than Windows for web hosting purposes, but we will not get into that today. Instead, let’s assume that you have a new Linux online service, a VPS perhaps, and you want to find out what version of Linux is installed. As Linux is a free and open-source operating system, there are many variants of it out there, called Linux distributions. Some of the most...

Dedicated IP vs Shared IP - which one is better for you?

Dedicated IP vs Shared IP - which one is better for you?

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Dec, 20

In this Dedicated IP Vs Shared IP article we are going to explain what they are, what their differences are and which one is better for you. When any computer or server connects to the internet - that is, it communicates with other devices on a huge global network of computers - it uses a string of digits called an Internet Protocol address to identify itself and establish a communication link with whoever it wants to exchange data and requests. This IP address is in accordance with the...

What is Colocation and should you use it?

What is Colocation and should you use it?

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Dec, 20

When building a website, there are countless ways you could go about it, and hundreds of website hosting providers to choose between. This can make it quite tricky to decide which option is the best for you, and when you bring in the issue of virtual servers and colocation, it’s hard to distinguish actually which options you should choose between. Colocation is handy for more businesses and allows you to outsource server management and control, making it advantageous if you are not...

Dedicated IP Benefits - Why should you get a dedicated IP?

Dedicated IP Benefits - Why should you get a dedicated IP?

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Dec, 20

In this article, we will go through what Dedicated IP Benefits are and why you should get one. You may be planning to create your own websites or host business applications on a web server, and have heard of the term “dedicated IP”. Most websites are hosted on shared IP addresses, but it is becoming increasingly popular for businesses - and even individuals to get their hands on a dedicated IP address. The main reason is to use it for all their websites and domains and keep them...

30 Basic Linux Command List

30 Basic Linux Command List

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Nov, 20

Linux has been around since the mid-90s and now has become the most widely used operating system in the whole world. You can find this OS on your smartphones, computers, servers, cars, home appliances and pretty much in everything. This has become by far the most popular platforms on the planet. Linux is mostly used in servers and more than 90% of the internet we have today is powered by Linux servers. It is an open source and free software which makes it possible for anyone to make changes...

What is the KVM virtualizor?

If you are looking to manage your system using a skilled capable application, then KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) is the go-to choice. It is an excellent hypervisor to manage all your systems. The application is super easy to install and it helps to module your network to make quick progress. Moreover, you can scale your products with a great approach, and the software provides the feasibility of virtualization to control virtual machine. KVM and its practices for common use The Kernel...