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How To Allow SFTP Without Shell Access on Ubuntu, CentOS, RHEL


SFTP stands for SSH File Transfer Protocol and it's a secure way of transferring files to a server using an encrypted SSH connection. Despite the name, it's a completely different protocol than FTP (File Transfer Protocol), though it's widely supported by modern FTP clients.
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How To Install Ubuntu 16.10 or 16.04 in Dual-Boot with Windows 10 or 8


This article will guide you through the steps how you can perform the installation of Ubuntu 16.10 and Ubuntu 16.04 in dual-boot on a machines with Windows 10.
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How To Convert an MBR Disk to GPT and Switch From BIOS to UEFI on Windows 10


Using the Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) can make your PC more secure and a bit faster if you're still using the legacy basic input/output system (BIOS). Windows 10 makes it easier to switch from legacy BIOS to UEFI using the new MBR2GPT disk conversion tool included with the Creators Update. 
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How To Manage Logs using Graylog 2 on Ubuntu 16.04


Graylog is a powerful open-source log management platform. It aggregates and extracts important data from server logs, which are often sent using the Syslog protocol. It also allows you to search and visualize the logs in a web interface.
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How to install the Android O Beta on Your Pixel or Nexus Device


Android Codenamed "O" is the upcoming version of Google’s mobile operating system, but you don’t need  to wait until the release date to get your hands on the latest features. If you have a compatible Nexus or Pixel device, you can install the developer preview of Android O beta right now.
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What’s New in Android O


Google unveiled a preview of the latest version of Android. Codenamed O, the next iteration of Google’s mobile operating system is coming this summer, but you can get your hands on the beta right now.
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How To Monitor Hosts and Services with iCinga

 
This article will guide you through the steps to use iCinga and set up two different kinds of monitoring configurations. The first is based on simple network checks of your host's external services, such as making a periodic HTTP request to your website. The other configuration uses a software agent running on the host to gather more detailed system information such as load and number of running processes.
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How To Install iCinga and iCinga Web on Ubuntu 16.04

 
iCinga is a flexible and powerful open-source monitoring system used to oversee the health of networked hosts and services. It could be used to monitor the load and uptime of a cluster of web workers, free disk space on a storage device, memory consumption on a caching service, and so on. Once properly set up, Icinga can give you an at-a-glance overview of the status of large numbers of hosts and services, as well as notifications, downtime scheduling, and long-term storage of performance data.
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How To Host a Website using Caddy on Ubuntu 16.04


Caddy is a new web server developed with ease of use in mind. It's simple enough to be used as a quick development server and robust enough to be used in production environments.
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