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  • Guruz News: Why do people not like Systemd?.

    Serious question, why do people hate on Systemd so much. I keep hearing people express how much they hate it, but no one ever explains why it is so bad. All I have ever read are good things (faster start times, better logging, etc). Can someone give me an objective reason why Systemd is not good, what is a better alternative?

    Posted on: Monday January 23 2017

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  • : How to generate and check strong passwords in Linux.

    Different operations require different security layers. Accessing your email account, your social media, your bank account, and a remote server that you administer through SSH all need different security layers, and contain data which hold different “weight”.

    Posted on: Sunday January 22 2017

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  • : How to install and configure Piwik on Ubuntu Server 16.04.

    Those who own a website probably know what “web analytics” refers to. It’s a general term indicating the study of the impact of a website on its users. A business based on Internet services, like e-commerce, needs to find statistical information about people who visit the site, and this data is provided by web analytics software.

    Posted on: Thursday January 19 2017

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  • : How to install LDAP on CentOS 7.

    LDAP stands for Lightweight Directory Access Protocol and, as the name suggests, it’s a standard protocol for accessing and maintaining distributed directory information services over an IP network.

    Posted on: Monday January 16 2017

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  • : How to check Internet speed from command line in Linux.

    Checking the Internet connection speed is usually a cake walk - all you have to do is to head to a website that‘s specifically does this (like this one) and start the test by clicking a button. But what if your system does not have a GUI. I mean, what if you only have access to the command line?

    Posted on: Sunday January 15 2017

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  • : How to install Gitlab on Debian 8.

    As stated in official website, “GitLab is an application to code, test, and deploy code together. It provides Git repository management with fine grained access controls, code reviews, issue tracking, activity feeds, wikis, and continuous integration”.

    Posted on: Thursday January 12 2017

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  • : How to get classic GNOME-style application menu in Ubuntu Unity.

    Like Ubuntu‘s Unity desktop environment, but not really a fan of Unity Dash? What if you could use the classic GNOME-style application menu in Ubuntu Unity? If that‘s what you are looking for, then you‘re at the right place, as in this article, we will quickly discuss how you can do that.

    Posted on: Tuesday January 10 2017

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