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10.01.2024 3,286 12
5 Excellent Linux distributions for your servers
So, you’ve read our article “Windows or Linux for your servers” and you’ve decided to go with Linux. That’s a great first step! You’re going to benefit from a high level of freedom and enjoy professio ...
21.07.2022 7,380 3
Windows or Linux for your servers?
It is not an easy job to choose the right operating system for your servers. There are plenty of things to consider. What exactly is the purpose of your servers, how many users do you need, and what s ...
11.05.2022 984 7
10 things you should do with a brand-new laptop
Having a new device is such a good feeling. The unboxing, unwrapping, and pushing that on switch for the first time  are all very exciting moments! And if your new laptop is suited to your exact ...
21.09.2021 1,472 3
The 5 most used Linux network commands with examples
There are many small commands that you can use directly from the Terminal. They can give you a lot of important information about your server. Is it working correctly? Is it configured well? Does it n ...
10.03.2021 14,977 53
Set up your own mail server on Ubuntu with Postfix
If you want to have your own mail server on your Ubuntu Cloud or Dedicated server follow this in-depth step-by-step guide.  Why should you have your own email server?  Having your own mail s ...
24.02.2021 1,757 2
What is Debian and who uses it?
What is Debian? Debian is a very popular and reliable operating system (OS), with the Linux kernel inside. It is free, open-source, constantly maintained, and developed by a worldwide community. The f ...
10.02.2021 5,658 1
What is Ubuntu? Why and how do people use Ubuntu?
What is Ubuntu? Ubuntu is a very popular Linux distro (free open-source OS), deriving its name from a Nguni Bantu wo¬rd that means “humanity”. It’s also translated as “I am what I am because of who we ...
27.01.2021 5,077 20
What is FreeBSD? What is it used for?
Maybe you don’t know exactly what FreeBSD is, but you have possibly seen “Beastie” somewhere. The BSD daemon logo. It came to be because of the pronunciation of BSD and how much it sounds like “ ...
13.01.2021 11,088 10
What is CentOS Stream? The future after CentOS 8’s end
CentOS, as we know it, is dead! There is no other way to say it. On the 8th of December, 2020, The vice president and CTO of Red Hat (RHEL) Chris Wright, put the last nail on CentOS’s coffin.  On ...