System Administration


Articles marked as System Administration are usually geared towards Linux security, networking, server configuration, virtualization, and similar topics.


At Linux Nightly, we’re always auditing our Linux servers and desktops, and looking for ways to improve performance and security. In these guides, we share some of the helpful things we’ve learned.

Install Package From AUR on Arch or Manjaro

The AUR (Arch User Repository) is one of the most alluring features of Arch Linux, and its derivative Linux distributions like Manjaro. Normally, new software would be downloaded via pacman on Arch and Manjaro. When software isn’t available in official repositories, users can turn to the AUR, where they’re likely to find what they’re looking …

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How to Upgrade Kali Linux

Kali Linux is a rolling release distribution, which means that upgrading it to the latest version involves simply bringing all the installed packages up to date. It’s important to keep Kali updated in order to obtain the latest patches, security fixes, and have access to the latest and greatest penetration testing and cybersecurity tools. In …

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