Category: Linux

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nslookup Commands Tutorial with Examples

nslookup is a very powerful tool used to get DNS realted information from DNS servers. We can get web server IP address, Mail Server IP address, Alternative IP addresses, DNS Management Information etc from DNS servers with the nslookup command. Query and Print A Type Records We will start with a...

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How To Install Skype For Linux, Ubuntu, Mint, Debian, Fedora,

Skype is a very popular proprietary software that allows us to make calls to the other parties over network or internet connection. In general, Skype uses peer-to-peer topology to match calls. Skype is mainly designed for Windows operating systems but recently it can be used in different Linux distributions like...

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How To Install Wine Emulator On Linux and Run Windows Applications?

Linux is a very flexible operating system which provides different options for other operating system applications users. Wine is a tool used to run Windows operating system applications like Office, Game, Desktop, Design etc in a Linux distribution like Ubuntu, Debian, Mint, Kali, Fedora, CentOS etc. What Is Wine Wine...

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How To Connect MySQL/MariaDB Server From Command Line On Linux and Windows?

MySQL or MariaDB database servers can be managed in different ways. Generally, GUI tools are provided because of their easiness. But in some cases command line connection may be required to connect and management MySQL and MariaDB database server. Install MySQL/MariaDB Client For Ubuntu, Debian, Kali, Mint We will start...

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Linux umask Command Tutorial with Examples, Numeric and Symbolic Representations

umask command is used to set default file and folder permission in  Linux operating system. File and folder permissions are important because the permission enables or deny different users, groups and others to access, read, write and execute of the given file. In this tutorial, we will learn how to use umask...

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What Is LDAP Protocol Port Number? Compare LDAP Ports 389 vs 636

Lightweight Directory Access Protocol or LDAP is used to authenticate and authorize users. LDAP is used in different infrastructures like Windows Domain, Linux, Network etc. LDAP uses different port numbers like 389 and 636. TCP 389 For LDAP The well-known port for LDAP is TCP 389. Both UDP and TCP transmission...

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