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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 Rename Files in Linux

A command-line terminal is an essential tool for administrating Linux servers. It provides Linux users some of the best productivity tools while...

How to Create Linux Symlinks (Symbolic Links) for Files and Directories

Knowing how to create a symbolic link using Linux commands is a great way of increasing your knowledge in the Linux terminal. In this tutorial,...

How to Disable Selinux on CentOS 7

Security is an essential element of server management. However, personal or small projects can sacrifice certain aspects of security. In the case of...

How to Change the Owner of a File Using the Chown Command in Linux

Managing file and directory ownership is essential when working with Linux operating systems. The correct use of the chown command can prevent...

What is a cURL Command and How to Use It?

cURL command is an important Linux tool, commonly used for data transfer and connection troubleshooting. cURL is powered by libcurl, which is a free...

How to Install Laravel on Ubuntu 18.04 with Apache

There are many powerful PHP frameworks, but many of them, because of their structure do not read the source code of the application. This can be a...

How to Install and Use Linux Screen?

Sysadmins generally manage virtual servers using the Linux terminal. However, you can get even more out of it by implementing the Linux Screen in your...

How to Use Linux Rsync (Remote Synchronization) Command

The Linux rsync command transfers and synchronizes files or directories efficiently between a local machine, another host, remote shell, or any...

How to Install Node.js and NPM on Ubuntu 18.04

In this article, we will show you how to install Node.js on Ubuntu 18.04. This method works for local Linux machines and virtual private servers....