VNC or Virtual Network Computing is a graphical desktop sharing tool that allows you to remotely control a computer (server or desktop) from another computer (client). A VNC server transmits all keyboard and mouse events from the client computer to
It is common practice for users to have to provide authentication information in order to log on to a Linux system. This helps protect sensitive or personal files, emails, and other data that reside on your system from any physical
The bash Linux shell provides many customization options for the prompt that you can use not only to incorporate various features in the prompt but also to differentiate them through different colors. In this article, we will use various examples
It is necessary to uninstall the extra software packages from the system because these packages take a lot of space and slow down the speed of your system. If specific software or related packages are not underused then it is
PDF or Portable Document Format is one of the most widely used and well-known file formats used to read, print and exchange documents that do not require any editing. However, sometimes it is necessary to create and edit PDF files.
RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol) is a Microsoft protocol designed to manage systems remotely. Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Azure, and Hyper-V platforms by default using RDP. It works on port 3389. In this tutorial, we will learn how to set up a
Sometimes, we have to keep some files hidden it can be done for different reasons like when we have important files and don’t want others to see it, or to prevent it from accidental deletion especially when we are sharing
Every time we deal with images in a command line, we need to install or use any of the command line tools. Few of them include GraphicsMagick, Scrot, Feh, Exiv2 etc. These tools allow us to convert, also help us
VMware Workstation is a software that is used for virtualization. Using a virtual machine, you can operate multiple operating systems on a single host computer. VMware workstation pro is used to create a single instance for Windows or Linux simultaneously.
Most new Linux admin users of CentOS 8 do not know how to reset or change the sudo password from the command line environment. It is a good practice for security reasons to regularly change the password of each system