Ubuntu Tag Description
Often written as "Bash" or "BASH"), BaSH is an acronym for "Bourne Again SHell." BaSH is a UNIX shell programming language interpreter that comes preinstalled with many UNIX and Linux
Incorrect software versioning in official packages causes consternation and confusion for system administrators when installing or updating dependencies via package managers. This article seeks
Several processes control the flow of data through a Samba-managed network connection. Ironically, the most important of them has nothing to do with networking.
Can't boot your Ubuntu server?
Garbled GRUB file got you down?
SSH on the fritz?
Driving you crazy and ready to DELETE AND REINSTALL the O.S.???
This article examines the relationship between OpenVPN and OpenSSL, why the former depends on the latter, and why it's important to remain cognizant of software version numbers
OpenVPN is an open source Virtual Private Network (VPN) software solution that rivals similar commercially available products. It allows you to use PKI (Public Key Infrastructure) and SSL/TLS
I wrote a separate article on versioning errors in Ubuntu (False Version Reporting in Ubuntu 16.04) and used
My Ubuntu Obsession
In the Linux world, I'm most familiar with Ubuntu, which is why you'll find most code examples on my site are based on that platform. Much like Red