Day: August 17, 2022

Canonical enables Ubuntu on StarFive’s VisionFive RISC-V boards

In 2021, we announced the first availability of Ubuntu running on RISC-V processors and hardware. However, the endeavor didn’t stop. Now we are proud to announce the Ubuntu release for another piece of RISC-V hardware: StarFive’s VisionFive board. RISC-V, a new paradigm for open source hardware In the last decade, open source and open standards …

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UFW Allow Port 7

UFW Allow Port

You must have heard numerous times that a Firewall acts as the first line of defense against external threats and attacks. Now, we would like to discuss what it really means. It means that a Firewall prevents any unauthorized entity from creeping into your network. However, you can create Firewall rules to allow the access …

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How To Run Background Process in Linux 12

How To Run Background Process in Linux

While working on your system, there are times you want specific processes to run in the background, i.e., they will continue to work. Still, they will not interpret the working of any other processes running in the foreground. Therefore, in this article, we will share with you the methods of sending the processes to the …

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Using Variables in Ansible 31

Using Variables in Ansible

Ansible is simply an open-source IT engine that is used for automating remote system management tasks like provisioning tasks, service orchestration, and application deployment, among many other IT tasks. Ansible has no agents for there is no need to install any software on the target nodes. It has a file called inventory from where it …

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Ansible “Debug” Module 46

Ansible “Debug” Module

Debugging process is a very critical part of developing a piece of software code. Ansible playbooks are not an exception for this. For printing variables or messages on the terminal output during execution, Ansible provides a module called “debug”. It is a very beneficial utility for developing a playbook. For example, it can be used …

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