Tag: Linux

How to Install and Configure NordVPN on a Linux Server

Explore the essential guide to installing and configuring NordVPN on a Linux server. Enhance your server's security and privacy with NordVPN.

Published: 01/02/24

How to install Python on Linux, Windows and MacOS

A quick guide detailing how to install Python 3 on Windows, MacOS and multiple Linux distros.

Published: 22/01/24

How to install PIP on Linux, Windows and MacOS

A quick guide detailing how to install PIP (Pythons package installer) on Windows, MacOS and multiple Linux distributions.

Published: 22/01/24

How to create a Python Virtual Environment (venv) 

Learn how to create and exit Python virtual environments on Windows and Linux with our easy guide

Published: 20/12/23

How to Set Up a Call of Duty 4 Modern Warfare Server on Linux 2023

Set up a dedicated Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare server on Linux with our straightforward guide.

Published: 24/11/23

How to Add Python Pip to Path

Eliminate the need to use python -m with pip commands, by adding Python Pip to your system path.

Published: 18/10/23

How to install .deb Packages on Arch Linux: DevKinsta as an Example

Learn how to install .deb packages on Arch Linux using the debtap tool. With step-by-step instructions and troubleshooting tips.

Published: 27/07/23

Run a timed service on Linux using Systemd

Learn how to run timed services on Linux using systemd. Follow step-by-step instructions to create a systemd service file and timer file, specifying the command or script to run and the desired schedule. Enable and start the systemd-timer unit to automate the execution of tasks at specified intervals. Check the status of the systemd-timer unit to ensure proper functionality. Discover the power of systemd for scheduling and managing services on Linux systems.

Published: 06/12/22

Run Anything as a Service on Linux

Learn how to run anything as a service on Linux with systemctl. Discover useful commands to check the status, restart, and view logs of services. Set up your own custom Linux service by creating a service configuration file, specifying the interpreter and program to run, and defining restart behavior. Start and enable the service using systemctl commands, and ensure it is running correctly with the status check. Enhance your Linux workflow by turning scripts, programs, or servers into services for continuous operation.

Published: 27/09/22

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