Although Linux distributions can also be controlled via a graphical interface, many things can be done more quickly via commands in the command line. For example, you can use SED under Linux to revise complete databases with just one line. To do this, however, you need to be familiar with the options and functions of the command, as well as with regular expressions. We’ll make it easy for you to...
You may have heard of a “live tail” before that describes the continuous monitoring of server log files. But how does this work on a technical level? The basic tool for this is the Linux tail command. Find out more about the command and its options. We’ll show you how to use it using practical examples.
Anyone who works in the Linux terminal needs to master its commands. One of the most important everyday commands is the copying of files and folders. For this purpose, you can use the CP command in Linux. With only two specifications (source and destination), you can quickly create a copy. But that’s not all - CP offers many options that can additionally help you with your work.
The Linux SCP command used to be the standard for securely copying files between computers in a network. These days, the tool has become outdated and eclipsed by more powerful alternatives. We explain how to use the command and give practical examples, before presenting two great alternative tools.
The Linux ln command creates links in the Linux command line. Only a little code is required to create hard and soft links in the command line. Just keep in mind what types of links are right for your purposes. Keep reading to learn about hard and soft links and see various Linux ln examples.
Raspberry Pi and Ubuntu – this is where performance meets a crowd favorite. Ubuntu is an open-source operating system that can now be installed and configured on a Raspberry Pi without any limitations. Here we explain the advantages, what you need for installation, and how the installation works, step by step.
You want to factory reset your Mac? It couldn’t be easier! We show you how you to rest your Mac, secure your data, log out of important program, and erase your hard drive and reinstall macOS in a few simple steps.
Learn how to set up a basic HTTP authentication system. This will allow you to password protect particular directories on your website, so that they can only be accessed after logging in with a username and password.
For years, Apache had been the uncontested go-to web servers and comprised the basis of most websites published in the World Wide Web. The increasing technical requirements of modern web projects and the growing demands and expectations of internet users has brought on a sea change of sorts. Alternatives like NGINX are becoming ever more popular and are slowly creeping up on the classic server...
PostgreSQL is an open source object-relational database system with over 15 years of active development and a reputation for reliability. Learn how to install PostgreSQL on Windows Server 2016.