LPI 1 Article #6 Piping

Piping In Linux, one program can manipulate the outputs from another program. This can be seen for instance if a text-filter can manipulate texts that are being produced by another program. This...
install Arch Linux

Install Arch Linux with full hard drive encryption using luks encryption

This is a brief tutorial on how to install Arch Linux on UEFI enabled system with full hard drive encryption using LUKS ( Linux Unified Key Setup). LUKS is a disk...
virsh commands cheatsheet

virsh commands cheatsheet to manage KVM guest virtual machines

This is a comprehensive virsh commands cheatsheet: Virsh is a management user interface for virsh guest domains. Virsh can be used to create, pause, restart, and shutdown domains. In addition, virsh...
create windows 10 bootable USB on Linux

Create Windows 10 bootable USB on Linux

Create Windows 10 bootable USB on Linux : Want to create a bootable usb stick for Windows 10 on your Linux box?. This has been made simple by WinUSB. WinUSB is a...
i3 ssh

i3 ssh configuration to unlock without passphrase

I would like to share with you a trick on how to configure i3 ssh session to remember passphrase once you login to your Desktop. If you have ever used i3 window...
working with qemu-img

Working with qemu-img in Linux

Working with qemu-img in Linux: This is a brief qemu-img cheatsheet for working with qemu-img command on Linux and Unix systems supporting qemu. I made this qemu-img cheatsheet for my own...
Firewalld on RHEL7

Getting Started With Firewalld on RHEL7 and CentOS 7

Firewalld on RHEL7: I’m a person who is nuts about security. Seeing multiple layers of security being circumvented on a network is just against the reasons I’m security-centric all times. Some...
using Imapsync

How to import Mail accounts from one server to another using Imapsync

Using Imapsync: I provide Web hosting services using Ispconfig. For quite sometime, it was a real pain to migrate existing Cpanel customers to Ispconfig, especially when you’re required to import all...
Xen Virtualization

Getting started with Xen Virtualization On CentOS 7.x

Xen is an open-source baremetal hypervisor which allows you to run different operating systems in parallel on a single host machine. This type of hypervisor is normally referred to as type...
BtrFS filesystem in Linux

Understanding and Working With BtrFS Filesystem in Linux

This blog post is aimed at helping you get started with B-tree filesystem (BtrFS). Kernel-based filesystems in the Linux kernel tree are currently over 55 with each filesystem having its pros...