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Compare CentOS(RedHat) vs Ubuntu

CentOS and Ubuntu is two popular Linux distributions used in enterprise environments as well as personal environments. In this tutorial we will examine CentOS and Ubuntu Linux distributions from different perspectives. As a note CentOS distribution is free and open version of RedHat Enterprise Linux. So we will compare RedHat...

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Debian Ubuntu “netstat: command not found” Error Solution and Netstat Installation

Ubuntu is most used Linux distributions. Canonical provides enterprise support for Ubuntu desktops and servers. netstat is easy to use tool for network operations. In this tutorial we will look how to solve netstat: command not found error and install netstat tool to the Ubuntu and Debian. Search Netstat Packages Ubuntu and Debian...

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Lubuntu Download and Install Tutorial

LXDE is leight but eye-candy desktop environment mainly used by Linux disributions. Ubuntu supports as a sub distribution for long time named Lubuntu . In this tutorial we will look how to install Lubuntu. About Lubuntu Lubuntu is fast and lightweight operation system based Ubuntu. It uses minimal desktop environment named...

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Compare Lubuntu vs Xubuntu

Ubuntu provides different type of sub distributions. Xubuntu, Lubuntu, Edubuntu etc. Especially Xubuntu and Lubuntu are preferred because of their simplycity and low system resource usage. In this tutorial we will compare Lubuntu and Xubuntu side by side. What is Lubuntu? Lubuntu is based on Lxde desktop environment. Lubuntu team...

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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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