Day: January 21, 2022

Let’s build a snap together – a complex snapcraft.yaml walkthrough

It has been a while since we talked about how to build snaps. In the past, we went through a number of detailed examples, focused on different programming languages and the use of various useful components that can be declared in snapcraft.yaml, like extensions, stage packages, layouts, and more. Today, we want to give you …

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Open Source API Gateway – Kong Install in Ubuntu 20.04 1

Open Source API Gateway – Kong Install in Ubuntu 20.04

Kong gateway is one of the open source API gateway in the Cloud Native World. As it is an API gateway, it also sits in front of any API services and provides security and control. It is also used to manage the lifecycle of APIs and microservices. It provides services like Rate-limiting, Authentication, API keys, …

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Fwbackups – How to Install and Backup Your Data on Ubuntu 22

Fwbackups – How to Install and Backup Your Data on Ubuntu

Introduction fwbackups is a feature-rich user backup tool that allows you to backup your essential documents anytime, anyplace using a simple, powerful interface with support for scheduled backups and remote backups. There are a lot of features of fwbackups, some are mentioned below: With this interface, creating new backups or restoring documents from a previous …

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Linux wget Command with Examples 28

Linux wget Command with Examples

GNU Wget is a free tool that allows you to download files from the internet using the command-line. Wget has a lot of features, including the ability to download multiple files, limit bandwidth, resume downloads, ignore SSL checks, download in the background, mirror a website, and more. This article demonstrates the different options available using …

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tty (/dev/tty ) vs pts (/dev/pts) in Linux 36

tty (/dev/tty ) vs pts (/dev/pts) in Linux

tty is simply the ports connected to the computer like a mouse, keyboard. pts are pseudo terminals that are SSH or telnet connections. You can understand tty and pts as connection channels to which Linux systems communicate with the client. Both are responsible for keeping sessions alive and sending packets. In this article, I’ll give …

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