Linux For Beginners & Advanced Users

Tutorials, howtos, faqs, hacks, and tips about GNU/Linux operating systems for Linux users sorted by easy, intermediate and advanced level. ( rss feed ).

I am a new Linux user and built my own Steam Machine. The system is powered by Linux-based operating system called SteamOS. What is the default default login password for SteamOS? How can I login into SteamOS?

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I know how to cange a passphrase for openssh using ssh-keygen command. How do I change a GPG encryption key’s passphrase on Linux or Unix like operating systems? How do I change the passphrase of the secret key using gpg?

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How do I find out the current date and time in Python? What is the module or function I need to use to get current time or date in Python programming language?

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I‘m a new Ubutnu Linux user. I backup files to our corporate Unix backup server using the rsync command. The server only allow to upload/download files. I am unable to login to the server. How do change my password using the passwd command over ssh based session?

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How do I create and setup an OpenSSH config file to create shortcuts for servers I frequently access under Linux or Unix desktop operating systems?

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I need to set and test my web-app using Google cloud compute engine. How do I connect to an Instance Using ssh on Ubuntu Linux or Apple OS X based system?

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I just switched from MS-Windows server admin to Debian Linux server admin role. I need to find a directory called project.images. I was also told that the locate command is the simplest and quickest way to find the locations of files and directories on Linux. But, the locate command is not working out for me. How do I find project.images directory using command line options only?

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