Basic CentOS Linux Commands – Before learning the tools of a CentOS Linux Administrator, it is important to note the philosophy behind the Linux.

Uninstall or remove a package using terminal on CentOS

It is necessary to remove additional software packages from the system because these packages take up a lot of space and slow down the speed of your system. If certain software or related packages are not underutilized, this is the best way to remove or erase them from the system. For this, he will also… read more »

How to benchmark the GPU on Linux

How to benchmark the GPU on Linux Linux is not known for its gaming capabilities and possibilities. Naturally, there are not many GPU benchmarking tools available for users to test their graphics hardware. However, there are some benchmark test suites that can help you pinpoint various aspects of GPU performance. These are very important for… read more »

How to install Android Studio on CentOS 8

Android Studio is a well-known software tool for developing Android applications. It is developed by Google and is available for installation on many operating systems such as Linux, Windows, and macOS. Android Studio is a multifunctional mobile app and user interface development tool. In this article, I will explain how to install Android Studio on… read more »

Installing NFS Server / NFS Client on Debian

NFS (Network File System) is a network file system that allows users to access files and directories located on remote computers. Faster compared to SAMBA and less resource intensive compared to encrypted remote file systems – sshfs, SFTP … Installing an NFS server Updating the package list $ sudo apt update Installing an NFS server… read more »

How to install LAMP stack on CentOS 8

LAMP stands for Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP. It is a free open source stack used by developers and website administrators to test and host their web applications. It includes 4 components: Apache (used to host a website), MySQL or MariaDB, and PHP is a popular scripting language used to create dynamic web pages. MariaDB… read more »

How to install PrestaShop with Apache and encrypt SSL on CentOS 8

How to install PrestaShop with Apache and encrypt SSL on CentOS 8 PrestaShop is an open source shopping cart written in PHP to create and manage your online business. It provides a simple and easy-to-use interface that can help you launch your online store in the shortest possible time. It provides many features, including a… read more »

How to install Angular CLI on CentOS 8

How to install Angular CLI on CentOS 8 Angular is a popular open source application development framework. It is highly extensible and can be used to develop mobile and web applications using TypeScript/JavaScript. It is designed for building small to large applications from scratch. It provides an Angular CLI utility to create, manage, build and… read more »

How to create an SSH tunnel with Putty / Kitty

An SSH tunnel is a tunnel created over an SSH connection and used to encrypt tunneled data. Used to secure data transmission on the Internet. Tunnel setup Launch Putty / Kitty In the Host Name field, enter the IP address of the server to which we will connect, in the Port field, enter the ssh… read more »

How to install Passbolt self-hosted password manager on CentOS 8

How to install Passbolt self-hosted password manager on CentOS 8 Passbolt is an open source password manager that allows you to store and share passwords securely. It is designed for small and medium-sized organizations to store and share login credentials among team members. It is self-hosted and available in both the community version and the… read more »

Install Varnish Cache 6 for Apache/Nginx on CentOS 8

Install Varnish Cache 6 for Apache/Nginx on CentOS 8 Varnish Cache is a powerful reverse HTTP proxy that can be used to speed up web applications (available as open source software). Varnish caches static and dynamic content. Before all inbound requests reach your web server backend, it will process all inbound requests. It is located… read more »