When it comes to "file transfers", there are myriad ways to do it. We already covered a decent amount of methods, including transferring files between the Windows and Linux systems, FTP, or File Transfer Protocol to move files between various machines over the network. If you are looking for a more secure way of transfer data over the web, then you have to look at SFTP.
In this tutorial, we shall see how to install the MySQL server on Ubuntu. We will also detail steps to configure MySQL security options, adjusting authentication methods, and creating a new user. As of writing this post, the current MySQL Linux release is MySQL Server version 5.7. To get started with MySQL installation, follow the steps below:
If you have used the Linux CP command to copy files and directories, then you will find SCP not much different. The main additional parameter is the remote destination host-name. We dig deep into the best possible ways to effectively use the SCP command while transferring the data between the systems.
The Linux based systems have been an indomitable part of system management, especially most of the back-end systems. There are many tools designed just for that, even if we simply look at the Linux kernel + GNU utilities.
Generally speaking, the forward Domain Name Server or DNS can be used to detect the associated IP address for a particular domain name. In contrast, the reverse Domain Name Server or "rDNS" is the process of determining the hostname associated with a given IP address. In other words, we can say that the reverse DNS will perform a reverse IP lookup.
Ubuntu server is growing popular every day. Thanks to containers and cloud computing. For small businesses and organizations looking for an affordable server solution, the Ubuntu server is the way to go. It works well with practically all hardware and virtualization platforms.
Sonatype Nexus is a popular repository manager used worldwide for all of most of components, binaries, and build artifacts. It comes with support for the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) ecosystem, including Gradle, Ant, Maven, and Ivy.