📚 Step-by-step tutorial on installing FreeRADIUS on a server running Ubuntu 20.04, along with:
+ configuring FreeRADIUS to use MySQL/MariaDB
+ installing daloRADIUS (FreeRADIUS GUI)
+ testing the RADIUS server
📚 A beginner friendly tutorial, with detailed explanations, on how to install a VNC server on an Ubuntu 20.04 machine and to use it as a remote desktop. We'll cover:
+ Installing the VNC Server (we'll use TigerVNC)
+ Set up an SSH tunnel and use the appropriate configuration to allow connections only from someone who has SSH access, for security reasons.
+ Install 8 popular desktop environments and switch between them
📚 A tutorial on how to set up an optimized and secure WordPress install by using WordOps. We cover:
+ Installing WordOps (one command)
+ Installing WordPress with Nginx + SSL
+ Demo Video
+ Other Features + Some Explanations
📚Tutorial on how to set up Chrome Remote Desktop on a remote headless Ubuntu 20.04 server (headless meaning it has no GUI, so you have to install it from the command line). Some things we cover:
+ Setting up Chrome Remote Desktop
+ Install XFCE Desktop Environment
+ Connecting to your remote desktop via Chrome Remote Desktop
+ Switching Between Desktop Environments (if you have more than one installed)
Xpra (X Persistent Remote Applications) or commonly known as “Screen for X”, is a utility that allows users to run X11 programs on the remote hosts and direct their display on the local machine.
📚 In this article we'll setup Xpra and use it to remotely access X11 applications.
📚 In this article, we'll cover step-by-step how to install and configure a VNC server on a remote machine running CentOS 8, Rocky Linux 8, or AlmaLinux 8, along with how to install and use multiple popular desktop environments.
A group is a collection of users in Linux that shares some commonalities for the purpose of security, privilege, etc.
📚 In this tutorial, we will cover how to create groups in Linux and briefly explain how to manage them.
📚 In this article, we will discuss the rm command and the different options we can use when removing files and directories.
📚 Ngrok is a dev tool to that allows you to expose a server running on your local machine to the internet. In this tutorial we’ll go through how to use the Ngrok utility from installation to deploying an HTML or a React JS website, on a Linux machine.
📚 In this tutorial we’ll learn about the APT cache, and how to use the apt clean command to clear it.
📚 In this tutorial, we’ll cover the various ways of sorting files by size using the ls command.
📚 In this article, we are going to explore how to use the scp command to securely transfer files, using practical examples and beginner friendly explanations.
📚 In Linux, any program that is running is called a process. In this tutorial, we will learn the fundamentals of foreground and background processes.
📚A beginner-friendly and detailed guide on cracking WPA/WPA2 WiFi passwords using Kali Linux.
📚This post will give you a step-by-step guide on setting up your virtual penetration testing lab and install the various operating systems and vulnerable machines you can start with.
📚 In this article we'll cover the necessity of WiFi adapters for pen-testing, the adapters supported by Kali Linux (based on their chipset), and how to connect the WiFi adapters to a Kali Linux virtual machine (running VirtualBox or VMware).
📚 A short tutorial on how to set up Damn Vulnerable Web Application on Kali Linux. (It should work for other Debian-based distros as well)
📝A list of some of the most used networking tools in Linux, along with practical examples and beginner-friendly explanations on how to use them. We'll cover:
📚 Tutorial on Linux runlevels.
There are times when Linux system boots either into a Graphical User Interface (GUI) or a command line. A Linux system may also boot as a single-user system, which means that it is available only to a single user, the superuser used for system maintenance.
The way the Linux system boots and operates is known as the system’s state, known as the runlevel.
📚 Tutorials geared towards mostly Linux, digital marketing, web development, Wordpress and various internet things.
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