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Edward S.

Edward is a Content Editor with years of experience in IT as a writer, marketer, and Linux enthusiast. Edward's goal is to encourage readers to establish an impactful online presence. He also really loves dogs, guitars, and everything related to space.

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How to Use the Tar Command in Linux

Tar is one of the most widely used Linux commands for compression. There are great benefits in using tar, that’s why it’s loved by the...

Managing Linux: Change Hostname Tutorial

A hostname is a name that identifies a device in a network. Usually, it is set as localhost during the operating system’s installation process....

How to List Installed Packages on Ubuntu 20.04

With Ubuntu, we can install several add-on packages to our VPS based on our needs. Packages such as Apache, PHP, and MySQL do not come pre-loaded with...

Bash For Loop Guide and Examples

A for loop is one of the prime statements in various programming languages and helps in managing your VPS a lot. Here, we will explain how it is used...

How to Configure Your Ubuntu Firewall with UFW and Set Firewall Rules

Server security is something that should not be taken lightly, in the age when cyber-crimes are on the headlines of every other IT-related article....

How to Check Ubuntu Version Using GUI and Terminal Commands

It is good to know what version your Ubuntu is at any given time. But especially when working with private servers or Linux systems, as they sometimes...

How to Install Anaconda on Ubuntu 18.04

Anaconda is a popular and commonly used Python/R Data Science platform, available for users of the data scientist and other scientific communities....

Linux Cat Command: Usage and Examples

The cat command is one of the most useful Linux commands you can learn. It derives its name from the word concatenate and let you create, merge or...

How to Use Grep Command in Linux/Unix + Useful Examples

Searching for files on a VPS might seem an easy task at first. However, it can quickly become overwhelming, especially if you have thousands of large...