How to setup Zsh in Fedora Linux?

setup zsh on fedora linux

In Unix-based operating systems, a shell is a program that interprets the command and acts as an intermediary between user and kernel. It is the command line interface of a Linux system. Bash, Ksh, and Zsh are some examples of Unix shells. Each shell has unique features and capabilities but in the end, all of … Read more

How to setup FTP server in Fedora Linux?

how to setup ftp server on fedora

FTP or File Transfer Protocol is a standard networking protocol used to transfer files between client and server. FTP is often secured with the SSL/TLS(FTPS) for the secure transmission of data or replaced with SSH File Transfer Protocol(SFTP). VSFTPD stands for “Very Secure File Transfer Protocol Daemon” which is a type of FTP server that is … Read more

How to install Filezilla in Fedora Linux?

how to install filezilla in Fedora

Filezilla is a free, open-source, and cross-platform FTP application. This application is based on the client-server model and allows us to upload and download files to a server. Filezilla client and server binaries can be downloaded from the official website of Filezilla. The server binaries are available only for Windows operating system. Today in this … Read more

How to find a specific package name in Fedora?

how to find a specific package name

DNF (Dandified yellow dog updater modified) is a powerful package manager used in Fedora Linux. It is the front-end of the rpm package manager used in rpm-based Linux distributions. Using DNF you can perform tasks like searching, installing, removing, getting details of a package, listing packages, etc. Now if you are trying to install a … Read more

How to enable HTTPS in Apache on Ubuntu Linux?

HTTPS (Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secure) is an extension of HTTP which is used for communication between web clients and servers. It is responsible for transmitting hypermedia documents such as HTML. HTTPS is a secure protocol that uses SSL/TLS protocols for encrypting all the requests and responses and secures the communication between clients and servers. … Read more

How to monitor CPU temperature in Ubuntu?

how to monitor system temperature on ubuntu Linux

Monitoring temperature is essential for systems that get overheated when you run certain applications. Overheating causes various issues, it can damage the hardware components such as hard disk, video cards, motherboard, etc. Overall the higher temperature decreases the lifespan of a computer system. There are various software tools that can be used to read the … Read more

How to use ss command in Linux?

linux ss command

In Unix-like systems, ss (Socket Statistics) is a command used to display the network statistics. It is simpler and faster than the now deprecated netstat command. The ss command is used with some other commands such as the IP command to get useful network information and troubleshoot the network issues. In this article, I will … Read more

What is GNU/Linux?


In the free and open-source software world, GNU/Linux is a name used for the Linux operating system that includes the Linux kernel and free utilities which makes the system usable. So in this article, we will discuss GNU/Linux in detail. What is the GNU project? The GNU project was started by Richard Stallman in Sep … Read more

How to use Linux comm command?

The Linux comm is a command that compares two sorted files and finds the common and distinct lines in both. By default, the output contains three columns the first column shows the non-matching or unique lines of the first file, the second column shows the non-matching lines of the second file, and the third column … Read more