Tag Archives: linux

[Linux] How-To Install ZSH

zsh is an improvement upon bash, it makes Terminal easier to use.

In this tuts, we’ll get a look how to install zsh and oh-my-zsh.
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[How-To] Automounting Home Directories with NIS and NFS

This writeup was done on Debian Server and Ubuntu Desktop. Our goal is to automounting home directories using NIS, NFS and autofs.

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[How-To] Installing and Configuring NIS

The Network Information Service (NIS), utilizes daemons and a database to provide centralized authentication in a client-server architecture for Linux. It’s similar to the way the Active Directory provides centralized authentication for Windows clients in a Microsoft network. You only need to create, configure and modify objects ONCE on the NIS server. Those changes are then implemented on ALL your NIS clients.

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[How-To] Installing and Configuring NFS

The NFS (Network File System) protocol allows a system to share directories and files with others over a network (Unix and Linux envirenments).

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[Linux] How-To Install MonoDevelop

MonoDevelop is a cross-platform IDE primarily designed for C# and other .NET languages. In this writeup we will see how to install it on Linux.

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[Linux] How To Install R

The R language is one of the most power and free statistical computing and graphics programming language, in this post we will see how install it in Linux.

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[Linux] How To Install Flex

Flex (Fast Lexical Analyser) is a free tool for generating scanners, alternative to lex. In this post we will see how install Flex in Linux.

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