Category Archives: Linux (Ubuntu)

How to Install Bolt CMS on Debian 9

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How to Install Bolt CMS on Debian 9
Bolt CMS is a simple and flexible Open Source content management system written in PHP. In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to install and configure the latest version of Bolt CMS on Debian 9 on top of a LAMP stack.

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Linux pkill Command Tutorial for Beginners (5 Examples)

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Linux pkill Command Tutorial for Beginners (5 Examples)
In Linux, if you need to kill a process (for whatever reason) through the command line, you can you use the kill command, which requires you to pass as input the ID of the process you’re trying to terminate. But did you know there also exists a way to kill processes without specifying their PIDs?

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Ubuntu Enable & Setup Automatic Unattended Security Updates

Ubuntu Enable & Setup Automatic Unattended Security Updates

I have minimal Ubuntu Linux 18.04 LTS server setup in the cloud. I read that one can configure Ubuntu Linux to download and install security updates when released automatically. How can I set up automatic security updates on Ubuntu Linux 18.04 or 16.04 LTS system?

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How to compile and install Linux Kernel 4.18.8 from source code

How to compile and install Linux Kernel 4.18.8 from source code

Compiling a custom kernel has its advantages and disadvantages. However, new Linux user/admin find it difficult to compile Linux kernel. Compiling kernel needs to understand few things and then type a couple of commands. This step by step howto covers compiling Linux kernel version 4.18.xx under an Ubuntu or Debian Linux. The following instructions successfully tested on an RHEL 7/CentOS 7 (and clones), Debian Linux, Ubuntu Linux and Fedora Linux 28. However, instructions remain the same for any other Linux distribution.

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Linux find largest file in directory recursively using find/du

Linux find largest file in directory recursively using find/du

I have 500GB SSD installed on my Linux server. My web server is running out of the disk space. I need to find a biggest or largest file concerning file size on the disk. How do I find largest file in a directory recursively using the find command?

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