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Install GCC (C++ Compiler) and Development Tools in RHEL/CentOS and Fedora
 
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In this video we will explain how to install Gnu C and C++ compilers and it's related Development tools such as automake, autoconf, flex, bison, etc. in Fedora and CentOS / RHEL systems. Read More: http://www.tecmint.com/install-c-c-compiler-and-development-tool-in-centos-fedora-redhat/
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How to Update Ubuntu 16.04 Xenial Xerux
 
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In this video can either choose to update your system via the GUI-enabled inbuilt system update tool or if you’d rather do it the terminal way of things. Read More: http://www.tecmint.com/things-you-mostly-need-to-do-after-installing-ubuntu-16-04/
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Conspy - Remote Control of Linux Virtual Consoles
 
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Conspy allows a user to see what is being displayed on a Linux virtual console, and also to send keystrokes to it in real time. Read More: http://www.tecmint.com/use-conspy-to-view-and-control-remote-linux-virtual-consoles
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Conspy - Watch Client and Remote Linux Virtual Consoles
 
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Conspy allows a user to see what is being displayed on a Linux virtual console, and also to send keystrokes to it in real time. Read More: http://www.tecmint.com/use-conspy-to-view-and-control-remote-linux-virtual-consoles
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Testing Varnish Logs and Statistics in Web Servers
 
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In this screencast we will display both the logs and the statistics on a CentOS 7 server and on a Debian 7.5 server as HTTP requests are sent and responses received. Read More on how to install and Varnish cache on RHEL/CentOS 7.0/6.x, Fedora 21-15, Ubuntu and Debian http://www.tecmint.com/install-varnish-cache-web-accelerator/
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Wetty - Linux Server Terminal Access in Web Browser
 
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Wetty = Web + tty is a open source tool that allows you to access a remote Linux server directly from the web browser using HTTP and HTTPS protocols. Read More: http://www.tecmint.com/access-linux-server-terminal-in-web-browser-using-wetty/#
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Testing Varnish Web Server Load Using Apache Benchmark Tool
 
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In this video will consist in benchmarking web server and Varnish with the ab tool and compare the response times and the CPU load in each case. In this particular example we will use the CentOS 7 server, but you can use any distribution and obtain similar results. Watch the load average in top and the Requests per second line in the output of ab. Read More on how to install Varnish Cache in CentOS, RHEL, Fedora, Debian and Ubuntu http://www.tecmint.com/install-varnish-cache-web-accelerator/
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How to Use Wemux Multi User Terminal in Linux
 
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wemux (a multi-user version of tmux), which not only includes the features provided by tmux, but also allows users to host a multi-terminal environment where clients can join in viewing or collaborative mode. Read More: http://www.tecmint.com/wemux-allow-remote-viewing-of-your-linux-terminal/
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How to Scan and Quarantine Malware in Linux Using LMD (MalDet)
 
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Malware, or malicious software, is the designation given to any program that aims at disrupting the normal operation of a computing system. Although the most well known forms of malware are viruses, spyware, and adware, the harm that they intend to cause may range from stealing private information to deleting personal data, and everything in between, while another classic use of malware is to control the system in order to use it to launch botnets in a (D)DoS attack. Read More about how to install and configure Linux Malware Detect along with ClamAV (Antivirus Engine) in RHEL, CentOS and Fedora at http://www.tecmint.com/install-linux-malware-detect-lmd-in-rhel-centos-and-fedora/
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Netdata – A Real-Time Performance Monitoring Tool for Linux Systems
 
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netdata is a extremely optimized Linux utility that provides real-time (per second) performance monitoring for Linux systems, applications, SNMP devices, etc. and shows full interactive charts that absolutely render all collected values over the web browser to analyze them. Read More: http://www.tecmint.com/netdata-real-time-linux-performance-network-monitoring-tool/
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Install GCC (C++ Compiler) and Development Tools in Debian and Ubuntu
 
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In this video we will explain how to install Gnu C and C++ compilers and it's related Development tools such as make, libc-dev, dpkg-dev, etc. in Debian, Ubuntu and Linux Mint systems. Read More: http://www.tecmint.com/install-c-compiler-and-development-build-essential-tools-in-debian-ubuntu
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How to Use tmux Terminal Multiplexer in Linux Systems
 
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tmux (short for Terminal MUltipleXer), a simple and modern alternative to the well-known GNU screen, and will enable you to access and control a number of terminals (or windows) from a single terminal. Read More: http://www.tecmint.com/tmux-to-access-multiple-linux-terminals-inside-a-single-console/
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How to Install Multiple WordPress Installations Using Ansible
 
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In this current video tutorial we will explain how to set up multiple WordPress installations with little to no effort using Ansible. Read More: http://www.tecmint.com/automate-wordpress-installations-in-multiple-linux-servers-using-ansible/
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Protect Apache Aginst DDoS Attacks Using Mod_Security and Mod_evasive
 
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For those of you in the hosting business, or if you’re hosting your own servers and exposing them to the Internet, securing your systems against attackers must be a high priority. mod_security (an open source intrusion detection and prevention engine for web applications that integrates seamlessly with the web server) and mod_evasive are two very important tools that can be used to protect a web server against brute force or (D)DoS attacks. Read More: http://www.tecmint.com/protect-apache-using-mod_security-and-mod_evasive-on-rhel-centos-fedora/
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Linux history Command Demonstration
 
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Displays the command history list with line numbers. A command in the history list can be repeated by typing the command number preceded by an exclamation sign. If we need to edit a command in history list before executing it, we can press Ctrl + r and start typing the first letters associated with the command. When we see the command completed automatically, we can edit it as per our current need: Read More at: http://www.tecmint.com/history-command-examples/
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Implementing HTTPS through TLS using Network Security Service (NSS) for Apache in RHEL 7 - RHCE 8
 
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If you are a system administrator who is in charge of maintaining and securing a web server, you can’t afford to not devote your very best efforts to ensure that data served by or going through your server is protected at all times. In order to provide more secure communications between web clients and servers, the HTTPS protocol was born as a combination of HTTP and SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) or more recently, TLS (Transport Layer Security). Read More: http://www.tecmint.com/create-apache-https-self-signed-certificate-using-nss
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Record Your Desktop Screen Using "Avconv" Tool
 
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avconv is a very fast video and audio converter that can also grab from a live audio/video source. Read More: http://www.tecmint.com/record-ubuntu-desktop-screen-using-avconv/
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Conspy - Watch Linux Virtual Consoles Using Putty
 
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Conspy allows a user to see what is being displayed on a Linux virtual console, and also to send keystrokes to it in real time. Read More: http://www.tecmint.com/use-conspy-to-view-and-control-remote-linux-virtual-consoles
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Bodhi Linux 3 0 Review and Installation Guide
 
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Bodhi GNU/Linux is a Ubuntu-based distribution designed especially for Desktop computing and is best known for its elegant and lightweight nature. Read More about quick review and installation guide instructions at: http://www.tecmint.com/bodhi-linux-3-0-0-review-and-installation-guide/
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Linux exec Command Demonstration
 
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When the new process terminates, the shell terminates with it. Run exec top and then hit the q key to quit top. You will notice that the shell session ends when you do, as shown in the video. Read More at: http://www.tecmint.com/rhcsa-exam-reviewing-essential-commands-system-documentation
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Create jQuery Bootstrap Mobile Friendly Page
 
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In this video we will introduce you to jQuery and Bootstrap, two priceless utilities to write HTML 5 code more easily to create mobile friendly responsive web application. Read More: http://www.tecmint.com/create-mobile-friendly-responsive-web-application-using-jquery
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Add jQuery Bootstrap
 
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In this article we will introduce jQuery and Bootstrap, two priceless utilities to write HTML5 code more easily to create mobile-friendly responsive web apps. Read More: http://www.tecmint.com/create-mobile-friendly-responsive-web-application-using-jquery
Views: 697 Linux Inside