I stomp on a Mac and a PC too; I'm Linux dude, I thought you GNU

Q.16 | Installing Cisco PacketTracer on Linux

As I've recently started studying for a CCNP DataCenter, I've come back to simulating networks. As the last time I've studied for a Cisco exam, I was still a Windows user (yuck!), I had to figure out how to install PT on Linux...

Arch Linux installation - step by step

Here it is - a complete guide to installing the Swiss knife of Linux distributions: the big, powerful and rough around edges Arch Linux. Today comes the day when you should become a Linux geek.

Troubleshooting Kernel Panic (ESXi/Linux)

Kernel panic on Linux is hard to identify and troubleshoot. Finding a root cause of a kernel panic often requires reproducing a situation that occurs rarely and collecting data that is difficult to gather.

Linux 5.0 is... still not here

Recently, Linus Torvalds announced the release of Linux 4.17. The release comes a couple of months after the first release candidate, and in his message Torvalds also talks about version 5.0 of the Linux kernel.

Q.12 | Fixing Linux Boot

If your laptop/PC/virtual machine running Linux is booting straight to BIOS, it might indicate there’s something wrong with your boot partition (/boot). In this post I’m going to learn you a thing or two about fixing said /boot partition and recovering a broken Linux system.

Q.6 | SFTP Linux Server

In this installment of the Quickie series, we’re going to setup a Linux SFTP Server from the ground up. This includes setting up the OS, going through the initial configuration and some other details.