How to configure Apache with Let’s Encrypt on CentOS 7

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Let’s Encrypt is a Certificate Authority (CA) that provides an easy way to obtain and install TLS/SSL certificates for free, enabling encrypted HTTPS on web servers. Let’s Encrypt simplifies the process by providing a software client, Certbot, that attempts to automate most of the necessary steps. Currently, the whole process …

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How to install and configure Apache Maven on CentOS 7

How to install and configure Apache Maven on CentOS 7

Apache Maven is a free and open source project management tool mainly used for Java projects. Maven uses the Project Object Model (POM) which is basically an XML file containing information about the project, configuration details, dependencies, etc. In this tutorial, we’ll show you two different ways to install Apache …

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A tutorial on using the last command in Linux Terminal

A tutorial on using the last command in Linux Terminal

If you’re managing a multi-user system, you need to know who, when, and where users logged into the machine. last It is a command line utility that displays information about the last login session of a system user. This is especially useful when you need to track user activity or …

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Using the pkill command in the Linux Terminal

Using the pkill command in the Linux Terminal

This article covers the basics of commands pkill on Linux. pkill It is a command line utility that sends an indication of the currently running program process based on certain criteria. Processes can be identified by their full or partial name, the user running the process, or other attributes. ranking …

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FTP Command Tutorial for File Transfer in Terminal

FTP Command Tutorial for File Transfer in Terminal

FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is a standard network protocol used to transfer files to or from a remote network. In this tutorial, we will show you how to use the Linux ftp command through practical examples. In most cases, it is easiest to use a GUI FTP client software to …

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Customize Linux Terminal with Tmux

Customize Linux Terminal with Tmux

This guide will cover the installation and basic use of Tmux to make your Linux terminal more attractive and interactive. What is tmx? Tmux is an alternative GNU screen terminal multiplier. In other words, you can start a Tmux session and then open multiple windows in the same session. Each …

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Using the Mount and Unmount File Systems Commands on Linux

Using the Mount and Unmount File Systems Commands on Linux

On Linux and UNIX operating systems, you can use the . command mount To mount system files and removable devices such as USB flash drives at specific mount points in the directory tree. ranking umount It means to unpack the attached file system from the directory tree. In this tutorial, …

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Understanding Using Grep Command in Linux Terminal

Understanding Using Grep Command in Linux Terminal

grep command which means “print global regular expressionOne of the most powerful and widely used commands on Linux. Grep searches one or more input files for lines that match the specified pattern and writes each line that matches the standard output. If no file is specified, grep reads from the …

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Tutorial using SFTP commands to transfer files

Tutorial using SFTP commands to transfer files

SFTP (SSH File Transfer Protocol) is a secure file protocol used to access, manage and transfer files over an encrypted SSH transfer. When compared to traditional FTP protocols, SFTP provides all the functions of FTP, and is easier to configure. different from perintah scpwhich only allows file transfer, command sftp …

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