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An easy way to set or change timezone in Linux

Time zone (time zone) is a geographic region that has the same standard time. The time zone is usually set during OS installation, but it can be easily changed at your convenience. Using the correct timezone is essential for many system-related tasks and processes. For example, we are in Indonesia …

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A tutorial on configuring Apache Virtual Hosts on CentOS 8

VirtualHost has been successfully tested on CentOS 8

Apache Virtual Host allows you to run more than one website on a single server machine. With Virtual Host, you can define the root of the site document (the directory that contains the website files), create separate security policies for each site, use multiple SSL certificates and much more. In …

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How to install and configure DokuWiki with Nginx on CentOS 8

Page 1 - DokuWiki Installer

DokuWiki is an easy-to-use and versatile open source wiki program that does not require a database. It is loved by users due to its clean, easy-to-read formula. Ease of maintenance, easy backup, and integration make it an admin’s favorite. Built-in access control and authentication connectors make DokuWiki extremely useful in …

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A tutorial on creating an alias in Bash Linux Terminal

Do you often write long commands at the station? Or often looking at the bash registry because you forgot too long commands? If yes, then you will find bash aliases very helpful. Bash Alias ​​allows you to assign easy-to-remember shortcut commands to longer commands. Bash aliases are basically shortcuts that …

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An Introduction to Uname Commands on Linux

In this article we will cover the commands uname. uname is a command-line utility that prints basic information about the name of the operating system and system devices. Uname command Tools uname Most commonly used for displaying processor architecture, system hostname, and kernel version running on the system. Syntax of …

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How to install Django Python Framework on CentOS 8

Install Django on CentOS 8

Django is a free and open source high-level web framework used to develop Python web applications. Django comes with a set of tools to help you create secure and scalable web applications. Its main purpose is to facilitate the creation of complex applications and the maintenance of internal structures. In …

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Learn about Command id in Linux

Command id It is a command-line utility that prints user and group IDs. Using the id command The syntax of the id command is as follows: id [OPTIONS] [USERNAME] If the input options username If deleted, the id command displays information about the currently registered user. When connected without any …

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How to install GCC (Development Tools) on CentOS 8

How to install and configure OpenCV on CentOS 8

The GNU Compiler Collection (GCC) is a collection of compilers and libraries for the C, C ++, Objective-C, Fortran, Ada, Go, and D programming languages. Several open source projects including GNU Tools and the Linux kernel are bundled with GCC. This tutorial covers the steps required to install the GCC …

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Understanding and using the Tcpdump command on Linux

tcpdump It is a command line utility that you can use to capture and inspect network traffic to and from your system. tcpdump is the most widely used tool among security experts or network administrators for network troubleshooting and security testing. Regardless of the name, with tcpdumpYou can also capture …

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How to install and use FFmpeg on CentOS 8

How to set or change time zone in CentOS 8

FFmpeg is a free and open source command line tool for encoding multimedia files. FFmpeg has a bunch of shared audio and video libraries like libavcodec, libavformat, and libavutil. With FFmpeg, you can convert between different video and audio formats, set sample rate, and resize the video (resize). This tutorial …

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