How to Setup Network Bonding in Ubuntu 20.04

Network Bonding

The practice of merging different network interfaces into one is known as network bonding or pairing. The main goal of network binding is to enhance performance and capacity while also ensuring network redundancy. Furthermore, network bonding is advantageous where fault allowances are a crucial consideration, such as in load balancing connections. Packages for network bonding … Read more

How to Install Portainer Docker Manager in Ubuntu 20.04

Portainer Docker Manager on Ubuntu

If you are an IT professional and working with Docker then you may need a UI manager for docker. There are different open source tools such as rancher and portainer are available to manage different docker environments such as docker host, containers. Volumes, networks etc. In this article, we will learn how to install and … Read more

How to Rename Files in Ubuntu 20.04

Ubuntu Rename Files

Renaming a file is a basic operation in any operating system. Files can be renamed in multiple ways in Linux. The task can be achieved using GUI or command-line. Moreover, advanced utilities can also be used to rename these files. All these ways are documented in this article in a way that is easy to … Read more

How to install Spotify on Debian 10

Spotify on Debian

Spotify is the most popular music streaming service, with millions of free and paid customers worldwide. It includes a collection of millions of songs with high-quality sound. It offers apps for desktop, mobile, and tablet platforms. While you may listen to music on its online interface, it is preferred to utilize a specialized app or … Read more

Is your Ubuntu a 32-bit or a 64-bit OS?

As a Linux user, knowing whether you’re running a 32-bit or 64-bit version of Ubuntu on your machine might be useful at times. The topic of how to determine the flavor of your operating system (OS) as well as the architecture of the underlying CPU emerges. This tutorial will provide you with answers to the … Read more

How to Display PPIDs in Linux

Linux Parent Process ID

In Linux, PPID refers to the process ID of the parent process. A parent process in Linux is the one that is capable of spawning child processes. A single parent process can have multiple child processes whereas a single child process can belong to one and only one parent process. In other words, multiple child … Read more

Set Date and Time on CentOS 8 Desktop and Server

CentOS date setting

It is very important that your installed operating system has the correct date and time. A lot of advantages while you properly maintain the time and date of your system. Many processes on your CentOS system, e.g. cronjobs, depend on the correct date and time settings. In this tutorial, we will explore the two different … Read more