A better Ubuntu Linux without the crappy Snap

Snap is a software deployment and package management system originally designed and built by Canonical, the company behind the for the Ubuntu phone operating system. After the fall-down of that last one, the Snap system was brought to desktop and updated to work across a range of Linux distributions as independent upstream software deployment system. But, all that glitters is[…]

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Tar and gzip. Extract that files

Tar, tarball, gzip. A kind of tape archive, a tar file is a collection of files archived in a single ‘tarball’ file and compressing it with gzip to save disk space results in a tar.gz compressed file. Simple, no? GNUzip is also used in HTTP compression GNU Gzip, or gzip, is a file format and a software application used for[…]

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What to do when email stops working in VestaCP

VestaCP is an amazing product of software that brings simplicity in handling servers and related applications. With VestaCP is easy to manage websites, DNS, email services and more, but VestaCP isn’t perfect and sometimes something wrong happens. Email stopped working in VestaCP. Fully or partially One of the hardest things to maintain effective in handling your own servers is the[…]

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