How to Disable SELinux Temporarily or Permanently

Linux is regarded as one of the most secure operating systems you can use today, that is because of its illustrious security implementation features such as SELinux (Security-Enhanced Linux). For starters, SELinux is described…
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How to Force User to Change Password at Next Login in Linux

In our last article, we’ve explained you how to change user password expiry information in Linux, where we looked at different examples of the chage command. In this article, we will elaborate on how…
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Learn Difference Between “su” and “su -” Commands in Linux

In an earlier article, we have explained to you the difference between sudo and su commands in Linux. These are two important commands used to implement security in Linux, in regards to user management…
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How to Test Website Loading Speed in Linux Terminal

A website response time can have a great impact on user experience, and if you are a web developer, or simply a server administrator who is particularly responsible for organizing the pieces together, then…
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How to Enable, Disable and Install Yum Plug-ins

YUM plug-ins are small programs that extend and improve the overall performance of the package manager. A few of them are installed by default, while many are not. Yum always notify you which plug-ins,…
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How to Find MySQL, PHP and Apache Configuration Files

In this post, we will learn a number of commands for locating the default configuration files for MySQL database server (my.conf), PHP programming language (php.ini) and Apache HTTP server (http.conf), which together with Linux…
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How to Find Recent or Today’s Modified Files in Linux

In this article, we will explain two, simple command line tips that enable you to only list all today’s files. One of the common problems Linux users encounter on the command line is locating…
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