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November 3, 2011 Linux

  1. How to Install ReactJS with Nginx on Ubuntu 22.04
    React.js is a free and open-source JavaScript framework developed by Facebook in 2011. It is used for building reusable UI components and helps users to create rich and engaging web apps fast and effi …
  2. How to Install and Use Nessus Security Scanner on Rocky Linux
    Nessus is an open-source network vulnerability scanner for vulnerability assessments, penetration testing, and ethical hacking. It uses the Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) architecture and …
  3. How to Install Flask with Nginx and Gunicorn on Rocky Linux
    Flask is a microframework written in Python for developing modern web applications and API (Application Programming Interface). In this tutorial, we will show how to install and configure the Flask Py …
  4. How to Install Mastodon Social Network on Ubuntu 22.04
    Mastodon is free and open-source software for running self-hosted social networking services. It offers microblogging features that allow you to follow other users and post messages and images with Ma …
  5. How to Install Caddy Web Server with PHP 8.1 on Ubuntu 22.04
    Caddy is a modern web server built in the GO language. It is a simple, user-friendly, lightweight, and commercially supported web server. In this post, we will explain how to install the Caddy web ser …
  6. How to Install RabbitMQ Cluster on Ubuntu 22.04
    RabbitMQ is a free and open-source message broker. In this tutorial, we will install and set up the RabbitMQ server between multiple Ubuntu 22.04 machines. You’ll also learn how to set up an administr …
  7. How to Install Observium Network Monitoring Tool on Debian 11
    Observium is a network monitoring tool for your server infrastructure. It’s an auto-discovering network monitoring platform with low maintenance and supports a wide range of network devices and platfo …
  8. Creating your first deployment on a Kubernetes Cluster
    In this article, we will see how to create your first deployment on a Kubernetes Cluster using the kubectl command on the Linux shell.
  9. Role-based access control (RBAC) in Kubernetes
    In this article, we will understand the basics of RBAC and create Role, ClusterRole, RoleBinding and ClusterRoleBinding Objects. We will then create a kubeconfig file to give limited access to a parti …
  10. Limit Ranges in Kubernetes
    In this article, we will create a limit range and see how to set minimum and maximum values for the CPU resources used by Containers and Pods. We will see different scenarios with Limit and Request on …

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