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How to use quota in Ubuntu

Quota is a built-in Linux kernel function that is used to set the limit on disk space that a user or group can use. It is also used to limit the maximum number of files a user or group can create on Linux. The file system on which you want to use the quota must… read more »

How to take screenshots on Debian Linux

Taking screenshots in Debian is very easy. You will definitely know how to use the built-in screenshot utility or the PrtScr key on your keyboard to take a screenshot of your system. There are other open source screen capture utilities that allow you to take screenshots of your system, but they are not. But what… read more »

List of all running services in Debian

A service on any operating system is defined as a background application that continues to wait for client requests. As soon as it receives these requests, it performs the necessary actions so that the request can be properly handled. A service always has a status associated with it, for example, active, enabled, running, inactive, dead,… read more »

How to change MTU size in Linux

MTU (short for Maximum Transmission Unit) is the maximum packet size that can be transmitted over a network interface. All devices, including servers and switches / routers, participating in the communication must have the same MTU size. A large MTU has less overhead, while a smaller MTU has less latency. The default MTU size on… read more »

Как установить и использовать WeeChat в Debian 10

Большинство из нас знакомы с такими инструментами обмена сообщениями, как Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp и другими дополнительными инструментами, такими как Signal. Однако большинство из нас не знает, что можно объединить терминал и обмен сообщениями в социальных сетях в мощную силу. В этой статье мы обсудим использование Weechat для ретрансляционных чатов в Интернете в Debian 10. Если вы… read more »

How to install TeamSpeak on Debian 10

Collaboration in play and work has become an integral part of our lives, and in the process, communication with other people has become essential. This article will show you how to set up a voice server using TeamSpeak. TeamSpeak is a virtual intercom that allows you to communicate with other people connected to the server…. read more »

Debian Server vs Ubuntu Server Comparison

When setting up a new server, users may be most concerned about which OS to use. There are many options that come to mind when it comes to the operating system you use, so choosing just one OS can be a difficult choice. The user has to compare different types of servers to choose the… read more »

How to disable ipv6 on an interface in Debian

When you start Debian 10, IPv6 networking is enabled by default. But in most cases, you need to disable the default IPV6 setting. However, we will give you a complete demo on how to disable the IPV6 interface on a Debian 10 system. To execute all commands, you must have rights to execute system administrator… read more »


The Debian Project is a group of people who work together to create a free operating system. This operating system is called Debian. Debian systems now use the Linux kernel. Linux is completely free software created by Linus Torvalds and supported by thousands of programmers around the world. People want application software that can help… read more »

How to install and use Ansible on Debian 10

When we talk about configuration management tools, the most common name we hear is Ansible. It is a cross-platform tool designed to handle system configurations when working with Linux, macOS and Windows operating systems. Today we will try to shed some light on the Ansible installation procedure on Debian 10. Installing Ansible on Debian 10… read more »