Splash screen: Splash screen is nothing but the picture that’s gets displayed in the background while booting the Linux operating system. Splash screen definitions are defined in the grub.conf file and this splash screen image file resides inside the /boot partition. RHEL 6 shows Blank screen as default splash screen. So if you are bore of […]
Everybody nowadays thinks in terms of securing data. For securing data cryptography comes into the picture. Cryptography is nothing but writing down your plain text into secure code format. Basically in Linux there are two methods of cryptography. Encryption: This method uses plain text as a input & transforms it into some other form using the […]
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Linux RAM Disk Linux RAM Disk is nothing but the Space from the server RAM which can acts as the disk partition. I.e. we take some portion of the memory and treating as of HDD of the system. Then the question can comes to your mind that, what is the advantage we will be making […]
DNS stands for Domain name system. The basic purpose of the DNS is to provide the IP or resolve the IP address of the Web site/hostname/domain & vice versa. In smaller scale we do have /etc/hosts to perform the task of converting the hostname & giving us the respective ip address of the system. However […]
1. Zip Following are the main compression utilities that are available 🙂 Format for zipping the files: zip <filename> <source_files> —————————–OUTPUT——————————————————- [root@kalwa2 zip_test]# zip test.zip test1.txt test2.txt test3.txt adding: test1.txt (deflated 92%) adding: test2.txt (deflated 92%) adding: test3.txt (deflated 92%) [root@kalwa2 zip_test]# ll total 16 -rw-r–r–. 1 root root 221 Jun 14 09:02 test1.txt -rw-r–r–. 1 […]
Linux system information commands. Some time we need to drill down in the system for getting the details about the Linux system information such as memory/CPU details, architecture details etc. Hence this post about “Linux system information commands.” will help you to all the server information using commands.So here comes some important Linux system information commands. […]
In this post will guide you about how to setup ubuntu firewall. In this post we will be installing GUFW aka Uncomplicated Firewall on Ubuntu 16.04.