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How to Change SSH Port Number in Linux

How to Change SSH Port Number in Linux

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It is highly recommended to change ssh port number and it is a good security practice for an administrator. By default ssh port number is 22 and you can change with any non usable port numbers.
Create a New User and Grant Permissions in MySQL

Create a New User and Grant Permissions in MySQL

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In MySQL database, a root user has a full access to all of the databases. However, a user (non-root) in MySQL having restrictions in the cases which may be required in different environments, in this...
Install Skype in CentOS 6.3, RHEL 6.3, Fedora 19

Install Skype in CentOS 6.3, RHEL 6.3, Fedora 19

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This tutorial explains how to install Skype in CentOS, Redhat linux. CentOS and RHEL requires more dependencies during installation of Skype and its difficult to install all the dependencies step by...
Install or Upgrade LAMP Using Yum

Install or Upgrade LAMP Using Yum

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Installing LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) stack using yum is very easy and it takes few minutes. This is a good option for linux learners or beginners who don’t feel comfortable installing from...
How to Protect GRUB with Password in Linux

How to Protect GRUB with Password in Linux

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All Unix-like operating systems have a default bootloader which is GRand Unified Bootloader (GRUB). Now i am reviewing and discussing about how to protect GRUB with password in linux as i discussed...
How to Recover Linux Root Password

How to Recover Linux Root Password

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If you forget your linux server or client machine root password. Don’t you worry about this! in this tutorial i will explain with steps how to recover linux root password and how you can reset it in...
Introduction to IP Addressing

Introduction to IP Addressing

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In the internetwork, internet protocol(IP) address is used to identify a node. Internet Protocol has two versions IPv4 and the other one is IPv6. Logical address is the another name of IP addressing...
Linux Commands and Directory Structure

Linux Commands and Directory Structure

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Here we are talking about linux command syntax and directory structure. In this article we have two columns in which we are describing command names in first column and in other column we are...