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Install Webmin on Debian 10

This guide will take you through how to install Webmin on Debian 10 Buster. Webmin is a web based control panel that allows system administrators to manage system administration tasks such as user account management, package management, configuring DNS or any other system administration task from web interface on Unix systems. Install Webmin on...

Backup Windows System with BackupPC Using Rsyncd

This guide will take you through how to backup Windows System with BackupPC using rsyncd. In our previous guide, we learnt how to backup Windows system with BackupPC using Samba share (Server Message Block protocol). It is much safer to use Rsyncd for backup compared to using SMB. Backup Windows System...

Install and Configure BackupPC on Debian 10

In this guide, we will learn how to install and configure BackupPC on Debian 10. BackupPC is a free, high-performance enterprise-grade backup software suite with a web-based frontend that can be used for backing up Linux, Windows and mac OSXs PCs and laptops to a server’s disk. Install and Configure BackupPC on Debian 10

Install Nessus Professional Scanner on Debian 10

In this guide, you are going to learn how to install Nessus Professional Scanner on Debian 10 Buster server. Nessus is vulnerability scanner developed by Tenable Inc. It is used to scan a variety of operating systems, devices and applications to identify and fix vulnerabilities – including software flaws, missing patches, malware, and misconfigurations.

Install PHP 7.4 on Debian 10/Debian 9

In this guide, we are going to learn how to install PHP 7.4 on Debian 10/Debian 9. PHP 7.4 is a minor release of PHP 7 that that comes with a lot of changes meant to boost performance and improve code readability or maintainability. The official release of PHP 7.4 is scheduled to happen...

Configure SSSD for OpenLDAP Client Authentication on Debian 10/9

In this guide, we are going to learn how to configure SSSD for OpenLDAP client authentication on Debian 10/9. SSSD is an acronym for System Security Services Daemon and it is used to provides access to different identity and authentication providers. SSSD also allows a local service to check with a local cache in...

Run only Specific Commands with sudo in Linux

In this guide, you are going to learn how to run only specific commands with sudo in Linux. Our previous guide covered how to add user to sudo group to enable them to execute the commands with elevated privileges. How to Add Users to sudo group in Linux

How to Add Users to sudo group in Linux

In this guide, we are going to learn how to add users to sudo group in Linux. More often than not, you want, as a non-root user, to run commands with elevated privileges in Linux. So the only way this can happen is to give user sudo privileges by adding them to a sudo group or to...

Using Find Command to Search for Files and Directories in Linux

Welcome to our guide on using find command to search for files and directories in Linux. find is a command-line utility that searches one or more directory trees of a file system, locates files based on some user-specified criteria and applies a user-specified action on each matched file. It can also be use with other Linux/Unix commands to...

Scheduling tasks using at command in Linux

Our previous two guides, whose links are below, we covered how to schedule system tasks or jobs in Linux using the cron and anacron commands. This guide will focus on scheduling tasks using at command in Linux systems. How to Schedule Cron Jobs/Tasks in Linux/Unix Scheduling tasks using anacron in Linux/Unix