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How to change hostname in Fedora Linux permanently

How to change hostname in Fedora Linux permanently

How do I change the hostname of a Fedora Linux system permanently using the command line tools from localhost to fedora28-nixcraft? How do I change hostname in Fedora Linux permanently from localhost.localdomain to fedora28-nixcraft?

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Update Fedora Linux using terminal for latest software patches

Update Fedora Linux using terminal for latest software patches

I recently switched from Windows server to Fedora 28 server running in the cloud. How do I apply software updates and patches on Fedora 28 server using the terminal application?

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Iptables insert rule at top of tables ( PREPEND rule on Linux )

Iptables insert rule at top of tables ( PREPEND rule on Linux )

I want to insert the iptables rule at the top of given tables such as filter table INPUT chain. How do I prepend iptables rules at the top of a filter table on Linux operating system?

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How to update Lenovo BIOS from Linux without using Windows

How to update Lenovo BIOS from Linux without using Windows

I am using Lenovo laptop. I want to update my BIOS but do not have Windows installed my system. How do I update Lenovo BIOS from Linux without using MS-Windows operating system with the help of a USB stick?

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ss command: Display Linux TCP / UDP Network/Socket Information

ss command: Display Linux TCP / UDP Network/Socket Information

Some Linux distro considered the nestat command as deprecated and therefore should be phased out in favor of more modern replacements such as ss command. Most Linux distributions shipped with ss and many monitoring tools. Being familiar with this tool helps enhance your understanding of what’s going on in the system sockets and enables you to find the possible causes of a performance problem.

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