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How to install ShellCheck on FreeBSD to analysis scripts

ShellCheck is easy to use, free, and open-source static analysis tool that automatically finds bugs in your shell scripts. If you write shell scripts for automation or containers, you need this tool. Let us see how to install and use ShellCheck on the FreeBSD development Unix server. The post How to install ShellCheck on FreeBSD to analysis scripts...

How to Check and print PHP version installed On Linux / Unix Server

{Updated} How do I find out PHP version under Linux operating systems? What command do I need to type to show the PHP version under Unix-like systems?The post How to Check and print PHP version installed On Linux / Unix Server appeared first on nixCraft.

duf – Disk Usage/Free Utility for Linux, BSD, macOS & Windows

We use the df command to show how much disk space is free on mounted file systems in Linux, macOS, and Unix-like systems. We also have the du command to estimate file space usage. We now have another fancy and fantastic looking tool called duf to display statistics on free disk space in Unix, Linux, macOS, *BSD, Android, and Windows written in Golang....

How to find if a website using gzip / deflate compression using curl on Linux and Unix

{Updated} How do I verify gzip/ deflate compression support using curl on Linux, macOS and Unix-like systems for remote webserver?The post How to find if a website using gzip / deflate compression using curl on Linux and Unix appeared first on nixCraft.

OpenSUSE install Brotli module for Nginx

How do I install or add Brotli compression support to Nginx on OpenSUSE Linux to speed up my webpages and apps? The post OpenSUSE install Brotli module for Nginx appeared first on nixCraft.

How to set up FreeBSD 12 VNET jail with ZFS

How do I install, set up and configure a FreeBSD 12 jail with VNET on ZFS? How can I create FreeBSD 12 VNET jail with /etc/jail.conf to run OpenVPN, Apache, Wireguard and other Internet-facing services securely on my BSD box? Related Tutorials How to configure a FreeBSD 11 Jail with vnet and ZFS How to automatically mount zfs file system on…...

tuptime - Linux See Historical and Statistical Uptime of System

{Updated} Tuptime is a tool for report the historical and statistical real time of the system, keeping it between restarts. Like uptime command but with more interesting output. It works on both Linux and FreeBSD.The post tuptime - Linux See Historical and Statistical Uptime of System appeared first on nixCraft.

How to unlock LUKS using Dropbear SSH keys remotely in Linux

On Linux, we encrypt our partitions and entire disk using Linux Unified Key Setup-on-disk-format (LUKS) for security and privacy reasons. We unlock LUKS protected disk by providing a passphrase at boot time. You need to be in front of your computer or use a remote console to open the encrypted disk under Linux at boot time. However, if your system is...

How To Add, Delete, and Grant Sudo Privileges to Users on a FreeBSD Server

{Updated} I am setting up a new FreeBSD server. I do not want to use a default root user who has full system access. How can I setup and grant sudo privileges to users on a FreeBSD VPS or server? How do I create a sudo user on FreeBSD 11.x/12.x/13.x?The post How To Add, Delete, and Grant Sudo Privileges to Users on a FreeBSD Server appeared first on...

Significant vulnerabilities that crippled IT world this decade (2010-2020)

The last ten years in the computer and IT security world are crippled with so many vulnerabilities. We saw massive cloud computing adoption and end-users using mobile devices with high speed 4G LTE networks. A threat actor may have exploited such weakness in modern computers and networks. Let us look into top vulnerabilities and the attack surface in...

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