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  • Hacking Made Easy: A Beginner's Guide to Penetration Testing with Kali Linux

    Hacking Made Easy: A Beginner's Guide to Penetration Testing with Kali Linux




    by George Whittaker


    Introduction

    Penetration testing, often referred to as pen testing, is a critical practice in the field of cybersecurity. It involves simulating cyber-attacks on a system, network, or web application to identify vulnerabilities that could be exploited by malicious actors. This proactive approach allows organizations to strengthen their defenses before an actual attack occurs. To conduct...
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  • Harnessing the Power of Big Data: Exploring Linux Data Science with Apache Spark and Jupyter




    by George Whittaker


    Introduction

    In today's data-driven world, the ability to process and analyze vast amounts of data is crucial for businesses, researchers, and governments alike. Big data analytics has emerged as a pivotal component in extracting actionable insights from massive datasets. Among the myriad tools available, Apache Spark and Jupyter Notebooks stand out for their capabilities and ease of use,...
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  • Kickstart Your Career & Save Up To 40%!

    Kickstart Your Career & Save Up To 40%!

    Save on Technical Training & Certification Learn more at Linux Foundation Training

    The post Kickstart Your Career & Save Up To 40%! appeared first on Linux.com.



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  • Centralize Your Digital World: How to Building a Home Server with Debian

    Centralize Your Digital World: How to Building a Home Server with Debian




    by George Whittaker


    Introduction

    In today’s digital age, managing and centralizing your data and services is becoming increasingly important. Whether you're looking to store your media files, run your own personal cloud, or host various applications, a home server can offer enhanced data privacy, security, and accessibility. This guide will walk you through the process of building a home server using Debian,...
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  • How to Create an Ubuntu 24.04 LTS Virtual Machine (VM) on Proxmox VE

    How to Create an Ubuntu 24.04 LTS Virtual Machine (VM) on Proxmox VE

    In this article, I will show you how to create a Ubuntu 24.04 LTS virtual machine (VM) on Proxmox VE.

    This article is the foundation of the Proxmox VE Ubuntu 24.04 LTS VM GPU passthrough guide. Once you have a Ubuntu 24.04 LTS Proxmox VE VM set up, you can passthrough a GPU (i.e. NVIDIA GPU) to the Ubuntu 24.04 LTS VM and do amazing things on the VM.










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    1. Downloading Ubuntu 24.04 LTS ISO Image
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  • How to Passthrough an NVIDIA GPU on a Proxmox VE Ubuntu 24.04 LTS Virtual Machine (VM)

    If you passthrough an NVIDIA GPU to an Ubuntu 24.04 LTS Proxmox VE virtual machine (VM), you get many benefits, such as:
    • Stream the display of the VM directly on the monitor connected to the NVIDIA GPU.
    • Add a USB keyboard and a mouse to the VM and use the VM like a real desktop computer.
    • Get near-native 3D performance on the VM.



    In this article, I will show you how to passthrough an NVIDIA GPU to an Ubuntu 24.04 LTS Proxmox VE VM and use the VM just like a real desktop...
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  • How to Install NVIDIA GPU Driver on Ubuntu 24.04 LTS Desktop/Server

    How to Install NVIDIA GPU Driver on Ubuntu 24.04 LTS Desktop/Server

    If you have an NVIDIA GPU installed on your computer/server, installing the NVIDIA GPU drivers will be the first thing to do after installing Ubuntu 24.04 LTS.

    On Ubuntu 24.04 LTS Desktop, you can install NVIDIA GPU drivers using the following methods:
    • Software & Updates app
    • APT package manager



    On Ubuntu 24.04 LTS Server, you can install NVIDIA GPU drivers using the following methods:
    • APT package manager



    In this article, I will show...
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  • How Linux-Based Firmware Boosts Performance in Routers and Networking Equipment

    How Linux-Based Firmware Boosts Performance in Routers and Networking Equipment




    by George Whittaker


    Introduction

    In the ever-evolving landscape of networking technology, routers and other networking equipment form the backbone of our connected world. The firmware running on these devices is crucial to their performance, security, and functionality. Recently, Linux-based firmware has emerged as a powerful alternative, offering enhanced control, customization, and stability. This article...
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  • Monthly News – May 2024

    Monthly News – May 2024

    Before we start with the news, I’d like to say a big thank you to our donors and sponsors. Many thanks for your support! Package repositories Work continues on the repositories. We’re now using Datadog to monitor the bandwidth, connections and response time during high load. This allows us to understand the nature and length […]

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  • Understanding Linux Filesystems: Inodes, Block Sizes, and Data Structures

    Understanding Linux Filesystems: Inodes, Block Sizes, and Data Structures




    by George Whittaker


    Introduction

    A filesystem is a fundamental component of any operating system. It is the system that manages how data is stored and retrieved on a storage device. In the world of Linux, filesystems play a crucial role in the organization and efficiency of data handling. With several types of filesystems available, understanding their underlying structures and functions is essential for anyone...
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