January 2018 – POFTUT

Monthly Archive: January 2018

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Pssh – Execute Commands On Multiple Remote Linux Servers Using Local System

ssh  is very useful protocol and tool used by Linux system administrators. It provides easy, secure and fast access to the remote systems and servers. It also provides file copy between local and remote systems securely. But in an enterprise environment we generally need to run single command on multiple...

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Linux Bash While Loop Tutorial with Examples

Linux bash provides a lot of mechanisms to make system administrators life easier. These features are similar to the programming language features like variables, decisions, loops etc. In this tutorial we will look loops which can be implemented with for and while we have already examined for loops in the following tutorial. Bash...

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How To Define, Add, Create User For Postgres or PostgreSQL Server?

PostgreSQL Database Server have a lot of tools to manage the suite. Creating user is one of the most popular issue to manage Postgres Database. In this tutorial we will examine how to create user with different rights, privileges, database. We will mainly follow createuser tool for these and createuser is a...

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How To Install PostgreSQL Server Into Linux, Debian, Ubuntu, CentOS, Mint, Fedora, Redhat?

PostgreSQL is very popular open source database. It is used by big companies like Google, Facebook etc. PostgreSQL can be used without a cost. In this tutorial we will look how to install PostgreSQL into Linux distributions like Debian, Ubuntu, Mint, Fedora, CentOS, RedHat by using different ways like package...

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How To Change Group Ownership Of Files and Directories with chgroup in Linux?

Linux provides different tools for the similar or same functionality. chgrp  is the shortcuts for change group where used to change files group ownership. In this tutorial we will look different uses cases for chgrp  and examples. chgrp provides similar functionality to chown Syntax Syntax is simple where we provide options...

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How To Find and Change Ubuntu, Debian, Kali Mint Hostname?

Hostname is used to identify the Linux hosts. We generally prefer to put related host names to the systems like web1, db5 etc. In this tutorial we will look how to find and print hostname and change it with different methods. Following examples can be used for other Linux distributions...

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