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.

Bind Process to a Network Interface With Namespaces

Network namespaces are a feature baked into the Linux kernel that allows users to virtualize aspects of a system’s networking. This feature comes in handy in many scenarios, one of which is to bind a process to a particular network interface. Normally, the IP routing table is used to determine which interface outbound traffic is …

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How to Use Visual Studio Code – Live Share Extension

As a backend developer, sometimes you have to work with other people who have no knowledge of how to prepare the environment to work with for a certain project, which requires downloading a repository, preparing the environment, working with databases, and other requirements. The problem is how can you make them collaborate with certain parts …

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How to Install VirtualBox Guest Additions on Kali Linux

VirtualBox Guest Additions will help you get the most out of your Kali Linux virtual machine. It gives you automatic resolution scaling, a shared clipboard between the host and VM, and drag and drop ability. The step by step instructions below will explain how to install VirtualBox Guest Additions on Kali Linux. Kali Linux will …

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