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Everything you need to know about Firewalld

Tags: Security

Published on : September 13, 2019 by

Everything you need to know about Firewalld

What is a firewall? In real life, we can say a firewall is a barrier that’s put in place to limit the damage a fire can cause. A firewall is a part of a computer system or network that is designed to block unauthorized access while permitting outward communication and to provide important logging and […]

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LightSail VPS: Enable Filesystem Quota

Tags: awsLightSail

Published on : September 10, 2019 by

LightSail VPS: Enable Filesystem Quota

AWS LightSail VPS are provided with XFS filesystem. But, we cannot enable the quota simply by the mount options in /etc/fstab, but this support needs to be enabled at the kernel level on the boot itself. Enabling Quota Step 1: Modifying the GRUB configuration Modern Operating System uses GRUBv2. We need to modify the grub2.cfg. […]

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Acronis Backup Cloud on On-Premise Server

Tags: backups

Published on : September 5, 2019 by

Acronis Backup Cloud on On-Premise Server

Acronis Backup Cloud provides us with a unified Cloud Console and has a multi-tenant and multi-tier web console for managing server. Acronis offers backup storage on their own cloud(Acronis Cloud), third party cloud(AWS, GPC, Azure) or on-premise servers. Here we are setting up Acronis Backup cloud on On-premise server to keep backups of cPanel servers.  […]

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Ping Multiple Hosts At Once

Published on : August 26, 2019 by

Ping Multiple Hosts At Once

fping is a command-line tool to send ICMP (Internet Control Message Protocol) echo request to network hosts, like ping. However, much higher performing when pinging multiple hosts. fping completely differs from ping therein you’ll be able to define any number of hosts on the command line or specify a file with the list of IP […]

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Mount Bitlocker – Encrypted Windows Partitions On Linux

Published on : August 16, 2019 by

Mount Bitlocker – Encrypted Windows Partitions On Linux

The logical volume encryption system included with Microsoft Windows is called BitLocker. In cases of dual-booting Windows 10 and a Linux distribution, accessing a BitLocker-encrypted Windows volume from Linux may be required. Here, we cover how to decrypt and mount the BitLocker partition from the Linux command line, as well as how to add it […]

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