How to Record Audio in Ubuntu 20.04

Ubuntu Audio Recorder

An audio or sound recording tool is vital since it allows you to get a voice-over on a clip or perform other jobs. Nevertheless, capturing audio using Ubuntu is constantly a topic of discussion. There have been some tools that can help you do it quickly, but rather an integrated system cannot record audio. If … Read more

How to scan a Debian server for rootkits with Rkhunter

Scan Debian for Rootkits

Rkhunter stands for “Rootkit Hunter” is a free and open-source vulnerability scanner for Linux operating systems. It scans for rootkits, and other possible vulnerabilities including, hidden files, wrong permissions set on binaries, suspicious strings in kernel etc. It compares the SHA-1 hashes of all files in your local system with the known good hashes in … Read more

How to use Lynis Linux Security Audit Tool on Ubuntu

Lynis Linux security audit tool

Lynis is an open-source security auditing tool for extensive scanning of systems and its security defense to achieve compliance testing and system hardening. This software has been distributed under a GPL license since 2004. It assists in server hardening guidelines, software patch management, fully automatic auditing, Actually lynis doesn’t harden the server by itself but … Read more

Exa – A modern replacement for ls command

Linux Exa command

Listing the contents of a directory is a common task that Linux users carry out. The ls command is commonly used for this operation and it sure does a decent job in displaying all the files and sub-folders contained in a directory. With additional options, you can even display the file size, file permissions, and … Read more

OpenShift vs Kubernetes – Container deployment platform comparison

OpenShift vs. Kubernetes

People are rapidly moving towards new technology day by day. The containerized-based solutions for applications have now become so popular. OpenShift and Kubernetes are the two most common platforms for containerized deployment management. Most of the similar features are present between OpenShift and Kubernetes. However, some differences are also between them. We will explain some … Read more

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