January 18, 2021

Category: LinuxNix

Fixing git/github merge conflicts
GIT, LinuxNix, merge conflict

Fixing git/github merge conflicts

Introduction In our previous article on the git version control system, we explained how we could modify our files in repositories in our GitHub account and then pull the changes from GitHub to the git repositories on our local system and keep the files in synchronization. Now, what if we modified the same piece of […]

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Pulling changes from GitHub to Git
GIT, git pull, Github, LinuxNix

Pulling changes from GitHub to Git

Introduction In our previous article, we demonstrated how we would push our git repositories from our local system out to GitHub. In this article, we will demonstrate how we would actually make changes in a file within a repository on GitHub and then pull the changes/updates to our local machine.   Demonstration: I’ll continue to […]

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Ansible playbook to replace multiple lines in a file
Basics, LinuxNix

Ansible playbook to replace multiple lines in a file

Introduction Commands like sed and awk allow us to harness the power of regular expressions to search for text-based patterns in files and manipulate the matched text as per our requirement. The thing about regular expressions is that they are confusing. To the new Linux user, regular expressions may as well be another language. Although […]

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How To Install Kali Linux in Virtualbox
Basics, LinuxNix, Security

How To Install Kali Linux in Virtualbox

In our previous article, we have discussed about how to download the kali linux image file and how to install virtualbox. Now let’s get you started with the virtual machine. Step 01 : Open Virtualbox VirtualBox should open once it has installed. Now you should be greeted by the VirtualBox Manager Step 02 : Create […]

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Kali Linux : The OS That Hackers Use
Basics, LinuxNix, Security

Kali Linux : The OS That Hackers Use

If you are familiar with cyber security stuff, you must have heard about kali linux. Kali linux is a operating system developed by offensive security and it was specifically targeted for penetration testers. This linux distribution is built on Debian and it comes pre installed with many more security tools. In this guide, we will […]

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How to monitor user activity in Linux with Acct
Basics, LinuxNix

How to monitor user activity in Linux with Acct

Acct is an open source application that we can use to monitor user activity in Linux. This tool comes with the functionality of running in the background and tracking user activity. It also reports what are the system resources are being consumed by the users. In this guide, we will see how to install and […]

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Debsecan : You will not miss another security update
LinuxNix, Security

Debsecan : You will not miss another security update

Do you ever wonder how to keep up with the new security updates releasing daily? Debsecan is a great tool that you can use to simplify this task. This utility will help you to evaluate your current security status without searching for the new security updates manually. And also it comes with the feature to […]

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