Ubuntu-vlc-player

Play Movies & MP3 songs in Ubuntu Linux

Ubuntu is the most emerging open source desktop level operating system. In Ubuntu linux we have different multimedia softwares like MPlayer, VLC & Audacious that can play movies & mp3 . In this post we will discuss how to install these multimedia software in Ubuntu 14.04 LTS / 14.10. Installation

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Ubuntu has released its latest Operating system Ubuntu 14.10 with codename Utopic Unicorn. Ubuntu 14.10 will be supported for 9 months for Ubuntu Desktop, Ubuntu Server, Ubuntu Core along with all other flavours. Some of the New features in Ubuntu 14.10 are listed below : Linux Kernel 3.16 - fix bugs & new hardware support including expanded architecture support for Power 8 and arm64 platforms. It also includes support for Intel Cherryview, Haswell, Broadwell and Merrifield systems, and initial support for Nvidia GK20A and GK110B GPU’s. Unity Desktop fix bugs and provides improved features that support for High-DPI displays Firefox Version 33 & Chromium version 38 LibreOffice 4.3 brings lot of improvements including PDF support & new features in Writer, Calc. Ubuntu 14.10 includes Cloud software OpenStack 2014.2 (Juno) Docker 1.2 is included in Ubuntu 14.10 Libvirt 1.2.8 - Libvirt now provides cgmanager support allowing use of libvirt inside containers without cgroups mounted. In this post we will discuss Ubuntu 14.10 (Utopic Unicorn) Desktop Installation steps with Screenshots. Step:1 Download Ubuntu 14.10 ISO file Download 64 bit Ubuntu 14.10 Download 32 bit Ubuntu 14.10 Burn the ISO file into a DVD / USB drive and boot your system with the bootable media (DVD / USB ). Step:2 Ubuntu Welcome Screen

Ubuntu 14.10 (Utopic Unicorn) Desktop Installation Guide with Screenshots

Ubuntu has released its latest Operating system Ubuntu 14.10 with codename Utopic Unicorn. Ubuntu 14.10 will be supported for 9 months for Ubuntu Desktop, Ubuntu Server, Ubuntu Core along with all other flavors. Some of the New features in Ubuntu 14.10 are listed below : Linux Kernel 3.16 – fix

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mariadb

How To Install MariaDB in CentOS 7

MariaDB is an open source database server which is created & developed by Michael ‘Monty’ Widenius (creator of MySQL).We can also say MariaDB is drop-in replacement to MySQL Server and is compatible with MySQL database. In this post we will discuss how to install & connect MariaDB in CentOS 7

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Configure Network Bonding in Ubuntu Server

Overview: Network bonding is the aggregation or combination of multiple lan cards into a single bonded interface to provide high availability and redundancy. Network bonding is  also known as NIC teaming. In this article we will discuss how to configure network bonding in Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Server. In my scenario

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unix-linux

Configure VSFTPD Chroot Environment in CentOS & RHEL

Overview: vsftpd stands for ‘Very Secure FTP Daemon’, is an FTP server for Unix-like systems, including Linux. When we configure vsftpd , all ftp users can move to other’s directory from their home folder. In this article we will make the changes in the vsftpd server so that user’s are

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unix-linux

How to Setup DM-Multipath on RHEL & CentOS

Overview: DM-Multipath stands for Device mapper multipathing. It allows us to configure multiple I/O paths between server  and storage arrays into asingle device. These I/O paths are physical SAN connections that can include separate cables, switches, and controllers. Multipathing aggregates the I/O paths, creating a new device that consists of

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email

Mail Server Components – MTA , MDA & MUA

Overview: In general, all email servers consists of three main components: MTA , MDA & MUA. Each components plays a specific role in the process of moving and managing email messages. While most users are only aware of the specific email program they use to receive and send messages, each one

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DHCP Interview Questions & Answers

Q: – What is DHCP? DHCP stands for “Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol”. Q: – How can I prevent unauthorized laptops from using a network that uses DHCP for dynamic addressing? This would have to be done using a mechanism other than DHCP. DHCP does not prevent other clients from using

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