Linux

How to SCP copy to and from a remote…

To copy to a server (replacing 0.0.0.0 with the IP address) scp -i ~/.ssh/your-private-key.pem /source/file/location [email protected]:/target/file/location To copy from a server to your local...
Ian Carnaghan
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Amarok loops threw all items in playlist when trying…

When adding new items to Amarok in Ubuntu 9.04 the items do not want to play and Amarok only loops threw the whole playlist and no...
Ian Carnaghan
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How to get information on your CPU using Linux

NOTE: This has been tested and tried on Ubuntu 9.04 and should work on other distributions. In the command line interface (CLI) type in...
Ian Carnaghan
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How to enable and disable the firewall on Ubuntu…

The UFW firewall is the default firewall that ships standard with the Ubuntu Linux Distribution. UFW stands for Uncomplicated Firewall. To enable the ufw firewall, open a new Terminal window and execute the...
Ian Carnaghan
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UFW Firewall: How to open a port

When you would like to grant SSH access on a Ubuntu machine, you would need to allow access to port 22. In order to allow access to port 22 you would need to...
Ian Carnaghan
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How to install Ubuntu Desktop on Ubuntu Server 16.04

In the terminal type the command: sudo apt-get update The above command downloads the package lists from the repositories and updates all packages to...
Ian Carnaghan
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How to install Sublime Text 3 in Ubuntu

Open the Terminal Then add Sublime Text 3 to your PPA repository sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/sublime-text-3​   After you have added the package, you need to update your package...
Ian Carnaghan
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Where is the Trash folder located in Ubuntu 16.04…

The trash folder can be found at: /home/username/.local/share/Trash Replace username with your username. The trash folder can also be accessed using the Graphical User Interface by...
Ian Carnaghan
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How to unblock an IP address from IPTables that…

Find the line number that needs to be removed from the IPTables sudo iptables -L fail2ban-SSH -v -n --line-numbers Output: Chain fail2ban-SSH (1 references)...
Ian Carnaghan
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