A sysadmin’s handy cheat sheet for SELinux

SELinux may seem complex at first, but with the right cheat sheet it can become a powerful ally for sysadmins. This guide is designed to help you to improve your skills managing and using Security-Enhanced Linux.Also check out my more in-depth article, A sysadmin’s guide to SELinux: 42 answers to the big questions.Download the free SELinux cheat sheet.read more

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Convert file systems with Fstransform

Few people know that they can convert their filesystems from one type to another without losing data, i.e. non-destructively. It may sound like magic, but Fstransform can convert an ext2, ext3, ext4, jfs, reiserfs or xfs partition to another type from the list in almost any combination. More importantly, it does so in-place, without formatting […]

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Tips for using the top command in Linux

Trying to find out what’s running on your machine—and which process is using up all your memory and making things slllooowwww—is a task served well by the utility top.top is an extremely useful program that acts similar to Windows Task Manager or MacOS’s Activity Monitor. Running top on your *nix machine will show you a live, running view of the process running on your system.read more

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Akademy 2018 Day 1

Lydia Pintscher, President of KDE e.V. opens this year[he]#039[/he]s Akademy.Akademy 2018 got off to a wet start with rains accompanying all attendees pouring into Vienna for KDE[he]#039[/he]s largest annual community conference.

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