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28 06, 2018

How To Optimize Linux Battery Life ?

By |June 28th, 2018|Articles, General discussions, How to fix the issue, linux, Linux Battery, rhel, Tips n Tricks|0 Comments

There are several settings in a Linux distribution, to increase the Laptop battery life. Let's check how to perform the optimization. 1. Switch to Default Power Settings Each Linux working framework offers some level of energy administration, empowering us to oversee how the PC carries on battery control. In Ubuntu, these options are in [...]

22 06, 2018

How To Harden Linux Servers ?

By |June 22nd, 2018|Apache, Hardening, linux, Security, Vulnerabilities, webserver|0 Comments

WEB SERVERS AND THEIR TYPES A Web server is a program that uses HTTP protocol to serve files in the form of web pages in response to their HTTP client request. The most commonly used web servers are Apache and IIS( Microsoft Internet Information Service). In the modern world, we can’t visualize a world [...]

20 06, 2018

How To Access EC2 Instance in AWS if .pem key file is lost?

By |June 20th, 2018|AWS, EC2, Recovery|0 Comments

As we know that EC2 is a very useful service in AWS, to access EC2 instance commonly we are using key pair authentication method. There are many situations where we are not  able to log in the EC2 instance because of the .pem file lost from our end. Here we are discussing how to [...]

18 06, 2018

How can we find the File Creation Time in Linux Operating system ?

By |June 18th, 2018|File Creation, linux, Operating System, Uncategorized|0 Comments

The file creation time named ‘crtime’ stored in the inode of EXT4 file system. The earlier EXT file system versions like EXT2 and EXT3 do not support file creation time. Linux OS has three timestamps for files, ‘atime’ is finding the last access of contents, ‘mtime’ is finding the last modification of contents in [...]

13 06, 2018

How to Perform Disk Mounting in Linux?

By |June 13th, 2018|Disk, File Systems, linux, Mounting, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Mounting of a disk/storage gadget is important to make it available and connecting it to a current directory structure. In Linux, we can mount the disk/storage device mainly in two ways, either permanently or temporarily. Temporary Mounting The temporary mounting means that the disk/storage will automatically unmount after the reboot. So, to mount the [...]

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