If you’re managing a Linux-based server, you’ve probably encountered systemd at some point. Systemd is a systems and service manager used in Linux to provide parallelization – basically to ensure that your system’s resources are being allocated and utilized most efficiently. Systemd is responsible for implementing and maintaining a… Read More
All proficient Linux users rely heavily on log files. These files are used to access information not only about the user’s operating system itself, but also the services and applications that run off of it. Log files may also be used for information about system security,… Read More
People love Linux. It’s open source, widely available, and endlessly configurable. What more could a user ask for?
One of the most interesting things about Linux is the fact that there are many different versions. These are called distributions or “distros”. There are so many distributions that it can… Read More