Category: Linux

How to Share A Folder via SMB/CIFS Protocol in Ubuntu 20.04

This is a step by step beginner guide shows how to share a folder over local network via SMB/CIFS protocol in Ubuntu 20.04 Gnome desktop.

Source: How to Share A Folder via SMB/CIFS Protocol in Ubuntu 20.04 | UbuntuHandbook

Installation & Configuration of ClamAV Antivirus on Ubuntu 18.04 (with On-Access Scanning)

In this article, I’ll be sharing and documenting what I’ve learned during a recent situation where I had to install, setup, and configure ClamAV to run on Ubuntu 18.04 systems using real-time or as ClamAV calls it “on-access scanning”.

Source: Installation & Configuration of ClamAV Antivirus on Ubuntu 18.04 (Aaron Brighton)

How to Use IP Command in Linux with Examples

The ip command used to display, configure or manipulate routing, network interfaces, and tunnels in Linux operating systems. This comes with iproute2 collections of tools that have replaced net-tools utilities.

We have traditionally used ifconfig command which is now deprecated and now it is encouraged to use iproute2 tools.

In this tutorial, I will go through examples with explanations of how to use the ip command for administrating your Linux TCP/IP network.

Source: How to Use IP Command in Linux with Examples (LinOxide)

Rescuezilla 1.0.6 Released: Ubuntu-Based Linux Distro For System Backup

Rescuezilla is a Ubuntu-based Linux distro, and a fork of the old and abandoned ‘Redo Backup & Restore’ application. It is a complete system recovery solution that you can use for several purposes, such as full system backup, bare metal recovery, partition editing, undeleting files, and web browsing.

Source: Rescuezilla 1.0.6 Released: Ubuntu-Based Linux Distro For System Backup (Fossbytes)

3 Ways to Force Unmount Directory in Linux Showing “device is busy”

On linux when you try unmount say NFS service you might see umount device is busy message. Lets see how to fix this issue by force unmount in a graceful way.

Source: 3 Ways to Force Unmount Directory in Linux Showing “device is busy” (LinOxide)

ZRAM Boosts Raspberry Pi Performance

Linux is a two-edged sword. On the one hand, there’s so much you can configure. On the other hand, there’s so much you can configure. It is sometimes hard to know just what you should do to get the best performance, especially on a small platform like the Raspberry Pi. [Hayden James] has a suggestion: enable ZRAM and tweak the kernel to match.

Source: ZRAM Boosts Raspberry Pi Performance | Hackaday
Also see: Raspberry Pi Performance: Add ZRAM and these Kernel Parameters (hayden-james@linux:~$ _)

iRaspbian Makes Your Raspberry Pi Work Like a Mac

Note: If you can’t find this anymore try reading the comments under the YouTube video.

This new Raspbian skin looks just like Apple Mac OS X.

Source: iRaspbian Makes Your Raspberry Pi Work Like a 2001 Mac | Tom’s Hardware

EDIT:  Apparently this is now called Twister OS:

 

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