A man page is one of the most valuable tools available on a Linux dedicated server. Although the name might seem to imply something masculine, the word “man” is actually short for “manual”, and on a Linux server, you have probably not come close to unlocking its full potential until you have read some of […]
When you are logged in via SSH, the easiest way to read documentation of commands on a Linux server is to use the “man” command. When you are managing your server from a control panel, however, why should you be restricted from seeing critical documentation? Webmin has a built-in tool that allows you to read […]
Running an unmanaged server is a lot of work. In a previous post, we looked at options for paid support for Linux servers, but with a limited budget, paid support might not be an option you can even consider. There is really only one other alternative: community support.
Fortunately for you, Linux community support is […]
With a modern dedicated server, you will be able to handle most of your daily management within a web-based control panel, whether it is proprietary one like cPanel or an open source one like Webmin. There are, however, times when you will still need to run commands from within a secure shell (SSH).
Learning Linux […]