Technology Archive

22 Feb 2017

How to Install Python 3.6.0 on Ubuntu

Python is an open source, portable, free, customization, effective and modern programming language that offers a wide range of attractive functionality and allows application developers to create software projects that are fully compatible with all mainstream operating
21 Feb 2017

How to Install JAVA 8 (JDK 8u121) on Ubuntu via PPA

Java and the JVM (Java’s virtual machine) are widely used and required for many kinds of software. Webupd8 Team is maintaining a PPA repository with installer scripts for the latest Java 8. The installer provides Oracle Java
20 Feb 2017

How to Recursively Download Files from FTP

There are times, when sharing files using email as attachment is not possible, and then one of the best ways is to put those files in a FTP server. You can download those file using wget command
18 Feb 2017

How to Create New Partition using LVM in Linux

LVM is a disk management solution that allow administrators to manage disk space. If a file system needs more space, it can be added to its logical volumes from the free spaces in its volume group and
17 Feb 2017

How To Install Apache Maven on Ubuntu 16.04 and 14.04

Apache Maven is a project management software, managing building, reporting and documentation of a Java development project. imilar to how the make utility builds an executable from source code and libraries using a Makefile, Apache Ant builds
15 Feb 2017

How to Create NIC Bonding in RedHat/CentOS 5/6

Linux allows binding of multiple network interfaces into a single NIC using special kernel module called bonding. Bonding is Linux kernel feature that allows to aggregate multiple interfaces into a single virtual link. If one physical NIC
14 Feb 2017

Difference between Telnet and SSH

Secure Shell, commonly known as SSH and Telnet are the network protocols that serves the same purpose that is to provide remote access to the system in order to establish some sort of communication between the systems.
10 Feb 2017

How to Install and Use Linux Malware Detect (LMD)

Linux Malware Detect (LMD) is a malware scanner for Linux distribution, Which is released under the GNU GPLv2 license. That is especially designed to find the threats in shared hosted environments because in shared environment thousand plus
6 Feb 2017

Server Patching using yum in Linux

Linux has different ways to update all packages. It is a very important task, so we have to perform this task with care. Before updating the packages you need to take backup of your data. The exact
21 Dec 2016

Commonly use Port numbers for the Linux System Administrator

The port numbers are divided into three ranges: the Well Known Ports, the Registered Ports, and the Dynamic and/or Private Ports. The Well Known Ports are those from 0 through 1023. The Registered Ports are those from