Linux

Beginners guide to the Linux operating system. Eight simple tutorials which cover the basics of LInux.

Kodi18.9 released with workaround for HTTP access [PPA]

Kodi Media Center released another 18.x “Leia” update a day ago. This includes a quick workaround for third-party HTTP2 and SSL changes that affect Internet access from Kodi, such as by scrapers and streaming add-ons. Now, another roll of “Leia” dies, which is actually driven by a situation we can’t control. Technical changes with Cloudflare… read more »

Managing Disk Usage With Quota

In this article we are going to discuss how to Manage disk usage with quota. Disk Quota is a nice feature in Linux allows the administrator to control the disk usage from users. With the help of quota we can apply restriction on disk space usage and can allow the user to use fixed amount… read more »

How to Install Tor Browser in Ubuntu

In this article we are going to learn How to install Tor Browser in ubuntu. Tor Brower is a open source internet browser developed by the tor project under Original BSD License on year 2002. Here we are installing the latest version of Tor Browser i.e. Version 6.5.1 and this version is completely based on… read more »

How to Install Nylas N1 Linux Email Client in Ubuntu

In this article we are going to learn How to install Nylas N1 Linux email client in Ubuntu. Nylas N1 Linux email client is a open source email client application, is a cross platform package available for all major operating systems i.e. Linux, Microsoft Windows, MacOS. Nylas N1 Linux email client can be used to… read more »

💉 How to audit NoSQL for vulnerabilities?

SQL injection is one of the popular attack methods, but it is applied not only in SQL (relational database), but also in NoSQL (non-SQL or also known as non-relational database). Did you know that there are over 100 NoSQL databases available today? Thanks to the open source community. Which one have you heard of? Probably… read more »

🐧 How to install Apache mod_cloudflare on Debian

Cloudflare is the most popular service provider as a network provider. This also includes DNS, DDoS protection and website security. Cloudflare works as a reverse proxy server. Once website traffic is routed using the Cloudflare network, the backend server does not know the visitor’s actual IP address. As a result, you will see the cloudflare… read more »

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