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How To Download, Compile and Install Custom Linux Kernel Manually In Ubuntu, Debian, Mint, Kali, CentOS?

Linux is a Operating System kernel and user space applications will create different distributions like CentOS, Ubuntu, Mint, Kali around this kernel. Kernel can be downloaded freely and used without any license fee. In this tutorial we will learn how to download Linux Kernel from kernel.org and compiling with GCC...

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Linux VMware Workstation Not Enough Physical Memory Is Available Error and Solution

VMware is a Linux based virtualization system which provides rich features. VMware supported by different platforms like Windows, MacOS, Linux. As WMware is a closed source product we need to make some manual work on Linux systems. If we are using Ubuntu, Fedora, Debian, Mint and similar up-to-date systems which...

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How To Install and Use Cygwin With Terminal and Ssh Examples

Cygwin is free software to provide Linux and Unix environment, tools and libraries in Windows operating systems. Cygwin is also called an emulator because it translates Linux system calls into Windows type systems calls. Cygwin generally used to run Linux tools like ssh,scp,bash, X11,gcc in Windows environment. Cygwin support following...

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limits.conf File To Limit Users, Process In Linux With Examples

limits.conf configuration file is used to limit user, domain, process related metrics. Limits.conf is related with pam_limits module. Configuration File There is configuration file named limits.conf and located at /etc/security/ . The default content of this file is like below.

As we can see all configurations are commented so they are not effective....

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hdparm Command Tutorial with Examples For Linux

Linux have different tools to manage disk devices and hard disks. hdparm is one of the popular tools. Hdparm can get information about hard disk, change writing intervals, acoustic management, DMA settings etc.But be cautious while changing settings about the hard disk drive. Syntax

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Patch Command Tutorial With Examples For Linux

Patch is a command that is used to apply patch files to the files like source code, configuration. Patch files holds the difference between original file and new file. In order to get the difference or patch we use diff tool. Software is consist of a bunch of source code. The...

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Manage Libraries With ldconfig Command In Linux

Linux applications, tools, services uses libraries to get necceseary functionalities. Libraries provides a lot of functionality to the related applications, tools and services. One library can be used by different applications. This is called dynamic library using or loading. Shared Libraries Shared libraries reside in /lib , /lib64 and /usr/lib . Each library...

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Pgrep and Pkill Command Tutorial With Examples For Linux

While working process general ps command is used. Ps command provides detailed information about processes those run on the system. We generally use grep command with ps to filter or match. There is a alternative and more practical way to work process. Pgrep and pkill can be used to manage, list and kill...

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