Install and Enable Bash Auto Completion in CentOS/RHEL

Bash (Bourne Again Shell) is undoubtedly the most popular Linux shell out there, no wonder it is the default shell on many Linux distributions. One of its most charming features is the built-in “auto-completion” support. Sometimes referred to as TAB completion, this feature permits you to easily complete a command structure. It allows typing a partial command, then pressing the [Tab] key […]

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Install Google Chrome 69 on CentOS/RHEL/Fedora

In this tutorial we will show you how to install Google Chrome 69 browser in RHEL/CentOS 7.x and Fedoradistributions using Google’s own repository with Yum tool. Important: Google Chrome support for all 32-bit Linux distributions is deprecated from March, 2016. Update Google’s official repository

Enable Google YUM repository

File content:

Installing Chrome Web Browser Check Chrome version:

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Install:

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Auto backup Web Server to Google Drive

Rclone is a command line program to sync files and directories to and from: Amazon Drive Amazon S3 DigitalOcean Spaces Dropbox Google Cloud Storage Google Drive Mega Microsoft Azure Blob Storage Microsoft OneDrive And more here  Install Rclone

Check rclone:

Create connection from server to Google Cloud

At the command line still, […]

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Install Elasticsearch on Ubuntu 18.04 /16.04 LTS

Elasticsearch is a flexible and powerful open source, distributed real-time search and analytics engine. Using a simple set of APIs, it provides the ability for full-text search. Elastic search is freely available under the Apache 2 license, which provides the most flexibility. This tutorial will help you to install Elasticsearch on Ubuntu 18.04 & 16.04 […]

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Enable and Monitor PHP-FPM Status in Nginx

PHP-FPM (FastCGI Process Manager) is an alternative PHP FastCGI implementation that comes with a number of extra features useful for websites of any size, particularly sites that receive high traffic. It is commonly used in the LEMP (Linux Nginx MySQL/MariaDB PHP) stack; Nginx uses PHP FastCGI for serving dynamic HTTP content on a network. It is being used to serve millions of PHP requests for hundreds of websites […]

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Generate SSH Public and Private Keys on Linux

SSH allows for both password based authentication, as well as public key authentication. Public key authentication is generally regarded as being more secure, as it isn’t as prone to brute force login attempts (if you disable password based authentication). The private key can also have a passphrase associated with it, which makes public key authentication […]

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Format partition with the ext4 file system

The ext4 filesystem is known as the forth extended filesystem, and is the default file system on many Linux distributions. To Format a partition with the ext4 filesystem run the following command:

Replace sdc1 with the relevent disk and partition that you want to format. In this example, the disk is /dev/sdc, and its […]

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