How to Install MariaDB on Rocky Linux 8

MariaDB is an open-source RDBMS that is mostly used for web development. It uses MySQL as its primary storage engine, but it is also lightweight, secure, and features in-memory ACID transactions. MariaDB was originally created by Michael Howard, a former engineer from Oracle Corporation and the Vice President of Engineering at Sun Microsystems. While it…

Traceroute command in Linux with practical examples

Traceroute is a network diagnostic tool that is used to display the route that network packages take from sender t receiver as well as the time it takes for the network packages to travel from one network node to the other. This command is used to test the IP route of the destination server or…

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How to make Google Chrome the default Browser in Ubuntu

Chrome is the most used web-browser across the world. Everyone, in no matter what walk of life, has at least heard of it, if not used it in any capacity. It provides a plethora of features, supporting a plethora of extensions, and developer options that make it a must have web browser for everyone. Though…

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How to Install and Use Podman on Rocky Linux 8

Podman is a free and open-source daemonless container engine that was developed by RedHat. It exists to help developers manage and deploy their applications in a Linux environment. Similar to the Kubernetes platform, Podman works with pods. Podman seeks to be the alternative to the Docker engine which is also a containerization platform. Podman improves…

How to Unpack Files in Linux Terminal

Linux is a popular operating system that includes various utilities for handling files, including zipping and unzipping files. Some other zip operations are zipcloak, zipdetails, zipsplit and zipinfo, but in this article, we will discuss how to extract data from files (unzip operation). In this article, I have used Ubuntu 22.04, a widely used and…

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dog – Alternative to dig command in Ubuntu Linux for DNS lookup

You must have heard and used the dig command in Linux for DNS lookup. Alternative to that, there is a dog command which is an open-source tool with a beautiful interface used for DNS lookup. Its output is very attractive with different colors provided in Json format. It supports the DNS-over-TLS and DNS-over-HTTPS protocols. In…

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How to Install Webfs Web Server on Ubuntu

Webfs is a nice small web server that helps users to host static content immediately. The web server when installed is capable of hosting static websites and media. It is a better alternative to heavy-duty web servers that are more CPU hungry. You will see how to install Webfs on an Ubuntu server in the…

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How to Install Craft CMS on Ubuntu

Craft is a flexible, user-friendly CMS, which allows you to be creative without having to worry about the technicalities. It’s also a content management system that’s immensely flexible and that offers you various solutions for getting your website up and running. This CMS is intended for blogs, magazines, agency websites, news sites, or any other…

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How to Install Rust Programming Language on AlmaLinux 8 and Rocky Linux 8

Rust is often called rust-lang. Rust is a general-purpose programming language that aims to be safe, concurrent, and practical. Rust was created by Graydon Hoare in 2010, and the first stable version (1.0.0) was released in May 2015. Graydon Hoare has been the principal architect of Rust, with contributions from Dave Herman, Brendan Eich, and…