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udiskie – Automount removable media on Linux

In this blog post, we will cover how to automount removable media devices from your Linux system using my favorite tool - udiskie. For those...

How to setup Puppet master and agent on Ubuntu 18.04 Bionic...

This is a guide on How to install Puppet master and agent on Ubuntu 18.04 Bionic Beaver.  Puppet is a configuration management tool written in...

How to Import templates on Cacti

Cacti is a great monitoring and Graphing tool that runs on many Unix and Linux Operating systems. We recently wrote a guide on How...

How to Install and Configure Cacti on Ubuntu 18.04

Here at computingforgeeks, we like exploring various network and system monitoring tools. So far we have covered the basic setup and usage of Zabbix,...

How to Install and configure Zabbix agent 3.4 on CentOS 7

In our previous guide, we covered the installation of Zabbix Server on Ubuntu 18.04. This is a continuation guide on Zabbix monitoring of your entire...

How to Install and configure Zabbix agent on Ubuntu 18.04

In our previous guide, we covered the installation of Zabbix Server on Ubuntu 18.04. This is a continuation guide on Zabbix monitoring of your entire...

How to Install Nakivo VMware Backup & Replication tool on Linux

Nakivo is a VMware/Hyper-V Backup & Replication solution which is capable of performing native, agentless, image-based VM backup and replication. Nakivo uses Changed Block...

How to install Apache Tomcat on Ubuntu 18.04

The objective of this guide is to help you get Apache Tomcat up and running on your Ubuntu 18.04 server (Bionic Beaver).  Apache Tomcat...

Install and Configure phpIPAM on Ubuntu 18.04

The objective of this guide is to help you Install and Configure phpIPAM on Ubuntu 18.04. phpIPAM is an open-source php-based web IP address management application...

Highest zip compression level on Linux

Zip is a Linux/Unix compression and file packaging utility. Zip is used to compress files/directories while its companion program (unzip) is used to unpack...