Linux Journal - The Original Magazine of the Linux Community - RSS Feed

Since 1994: The Original Monthly Magazine of the Linux Community

Latest articles

What Version of RHEL am I Using?

by Suparna Ganguly RHEL or Red Hat Enterprise Linux is one of the many operating systems provided by Red Hat. Red Hat is a popular Linux OS and has started functioning ever since the mid-1990s. Red Hat earned a good reputation due to being stable, regularly updated, and reliable. If you are using RHEL and want to find its version,...

Want to Upgrade RHEL 8.3? Here's the Best Way to Upgrade to RHEL 8.4

by Suparna Ganguly Red Hat Enterprise Linux (shortened to RHEL) 8.4 is now available for the Linux customers. RHEL 8.4 has various updates and enhancements for developers, designers, and production teams. So now you can download the latest version from Red Hat’s official site.  But before downloading RHEL 8.4 you might want to...

Configuring TACACS+ Server With A Simple GUI

by Dmitriy Kuptsov Managing authentication and authorization in a large-scale network is a challenge: the passwords need to be set and rotated every now and then, access to certain configuration settings needs to be controlled and, finally, users’ actions need to be logged somewhere. This poses a need for a centralized controller...

How Can You Install Google Chrome Browser on Debian?

by Suparna Ganguly Google Chrome is a widely used web browser in the world. Google Chrome is fast and secure as well. However, it is not an open-source web browser. Hence, Debian comes with a pre-loaded Chromium browser, and not a Chrome. Chromium is an open-source browser. If you still want to install the Google Chrome browser...

Sending EmailsSend them from Linux Terminal?

by Suparna Ganguly Does your job require sending a lot of emails on a daily basis? And you often wonder if or how you can send email messages from the Linux terminal. This article explains about 6 different ways of sending emails using the Linux terminal. Let’s go through them. sendmail Command Use the sendmail command...

7 Important Linux Commands for Every Linux User

by Suparna Ganguly Linux might sound scary for first-time Linux users, but actually, it isn’t. Linux is a bunch of open-source Unix operating systems based on Linux Kernel. These operating systems are called Linux distributions, such as Fedora, Debian, Ubuntu, and Mint. Since its inception in 1991, Linux has garnered popularity...

In PuTTY, Scripted Passwords are Exposed Passwords

by Charles Fisher PuTTY is one of the oldest and most popular SSH clients, originally for Windows, but now available on several platforms. It has won corporate support and endorsement, and is prepared and bundled within several third-party repositories. Unfortunately, the 0.74 stable PuTTY release does not safely guard plain-text...

How To Pick a Linux Distribution

by Ujjwal Anand I have suffered from distrohopping. Now that I have settled for the last two years, here are some tips to save your time. All distros run the same operating system at their core, Linux. They are more similar than different. Hence, the marginal cost (time) of looking for a better distro is much more than the...

What’s New in Debian 11 “Bullseye”?

Image Debian is a preferred choice of millions of Linux users for some of the most popular and powerful operating systems, like Ubuntu and its derivatives are based on Debian. Debian 11 has finally been released, finally, after a long development work of two years. Bullseye – that’s the name given to this...

Privacy-focused Linux Distributions to Secure Your Online Presence in 2021

by Suparna Ganguly Linux distros are usually more secure than their Windows and Mac counterparts. Linux Operating Systems being open-source leaves very less scope of unauthorized access to its core. However, with the advancement of technologies, incidents of attacks are not rare. Are you in a fix with the coming reports of Linux...

Discover, share and read the best on the web

Follow RSS Feeds, Blogs, Podcasts, Twitter searches, Facebook pages, even Email Newsletters! Get unfiltered news feeds or filter them to your liking.

Get Inoreader
Inoreader - Follow RSS Feeds, Blogs, Podcasts, Twitter searches, Facebook pages, even Email Newsletters!