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Tutorial: How to Use Ack and Grep on Ubuntu 14.04

Ubuntu 14.0: Using Ack & Grep

Search and you shall find. On a Linux system, there are numerous search tools for quickly and precisely finding certain local data. We could use the locate and find commands... read more »
Ryan Frankel
By: Ryan Frankel
It's Alive! HostingCon is Coming to Europe in October 2014

It’s Alive! HostingCon is Heading to Europe — October of 2014

For the first time ever, HostingCon will be occurring in Europe. With the amazing success of the US version, it should be expected that the European version will be... read more »
Ryan Frankel
By: Ryan Frankel
What is Softaculous and How Do I Use It?

Softaculous: What Is It, Who Needs It, and How Do I Use It?

Some web-enabled applications, like WordPress, need little introduction. Powerful and easy to use, many blogging and eCommerce applications have become immensely popular. Of... read more »
PJ Fancher
By: PJ Fancher
Yola Reviews: A Fantastic Website Builder for 2019

Building a Website with Yola: Our Trial Run & Review for 2019

In the competitive marketplace of website builders, Yola has top-of-its-class functionality. In my experience, I found Yola to be straightforward and simple. The... read more »
Ryan Frankel
By: Ryan Frankel
Choosing an SSL Certificate: Made Easy

How to Choose an SSL Certificate (We Make It Easy)

When you need to get an SSL certificate for your website, the seemingly endless number of options available can be daunting. Since SSL certificates are web security products,... read more »
Ryan Frankel
By: Ryan Frankel
Linux Process Management: Commands You Should Know

Linux Process Management: Commands You Should Know

Do you think your Linux computer will automatically take care of everything by itself? Sometimes you may need to step in directly. Process management is a case in point. Linux... read more »
Roberto Sanchez
By: Roberto Sanchez
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