Category: linux-tutorials

How to Install and Configure Linux Malware Detect (LMD) on Linux

Linux operating system is not virus-free but very few malware or viruses have been reported as of today. You may need to install these types of applications when you have a web-facing system. For...

How to Install the RPM Fusion Repository on Fedora, RHEL and CentOS Systems

RPM Fusion is a software repository that offers a wide variety of free and non-free software, not shipped with Fedora and Red Hat based distributions. These packages are not included in the distribution official...

How to Install Apache (HTTP) Web Server on Linux

Apache HTTP Web Server is a free and open source cross-platform web server software. Apache is a web server application that is suitable for all Linux and Unix distribution and supports windows. It supports...

How to Install and Configure Nagios Core (Network Monitoring Tool) on RHEL/CentOS 6/7/8 and Fedora Systems

Nagios is the most popular open source system monitoring, network monitoring and IT infrastructure monitoring software, which prevents complex problems in the IT infrastructure and runs smoothly without any problems. It monitors the entire...

CheatSheet for Nginx Commands

The CheatSheet is one of the quick reference guides, allowing Linux administrator or developer to easily find the right commands whenever needed. This Nginx cheatsheet contains information about Nginx service commands, log file location,...

How to Install and Configure ConfigServer Security & Firewall (CSF) on Linux

It is the responsibility of the Linux administrator to keep the system secure and prevent any attacks. To do so, there are hundreds of tweaks that a Linux administrator can make and CSF is...