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How to Change File Ownership & Groups in Linux

How Can I Change File Ownership and Groups in Linux?

File ownership and groups for files are fundamental to the Linux operating system. Every file in Linux is managed by a specific user and a specific group. Figure Out Who Owns the File, Then Use... read more »
By: PJ Fancher, 10/9/2015
How to Use SSH in Linux

How to Use SSH in Linux

Computers have become the life blood of running any business, no matter the size. With the complete dependability of businesses on computers, and the growing number of eavesdroppers, the need for... read more »
By: PJ Fancher, 10/9/2015
Untar a File in Linux/Ubuntu

Untar a File in Linux/Ubuntu

Usually a tar file is also compressed using either the gZip or bZip2 compressor. We’ll cover both. 1. If Your File Extension is .tar.gz (or .tgz) If your tar file is compressed using... read more »
By: Ryan Frankel, 10/9/2015
How to Create Backups in Plesk

How to Create Backups in Plesk

Plesk, one of the more popular web hosting administration apps, gives you the possibility to back up the contents of your websites. You can do this either immediately or on a scheduled basis by... read more »
By: Ryan Frankel, 10/9/2015
How to Create a Subdomain in cPanel

Creating a Subdomain in cPanel

As you’re building out your website and your brand, at some point, you may find yourself wanting to expand beyond your main domain: mysite.com. You can do this by creating a subdomain. What... read more »
By: Roberto Sanchez, 10/9/2015
How to Move, Copy, and Delete Files in Linux

How to Move, Copy, and Delete Files (Or Many Files) in Linux

Aha! Simple, you say. Just go to the graphical interface you’re using for your Linux system. Then you can quickly and easily move the file of your choice from one place to another, copy it, or... read more »
By: PJ Fancher, 10/9/2015
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