If you’re frequently interacting with Linux via the Bash shell, you’ll eventually want to customize it a bit – perhaps adding your own shortcuts, or setting up the environment to your liking, or even just adding some decorative personalization. This is what the Bash profile… Read More »The Bash Profile and How to Use It
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The Python range() function returns an immutable sequence of integers between a given start and endpoint, incrementing by a given amount. Python range Syntax Here’s the syntax for the Python range() function: range(start, stop, step) Note that: start is the integer to start incrementing from – it will be included in… Read More »Python range Function – How to Use It [With Examples]
Being able to redirect the user to a different page in PHP can be useful if you’ve moved a page to a different location or want to send the user elsewhere – directing them to an access denied or error page instead of the page… Read More »How to Make a PHP Redirect to a Different Page [Quick & Easy]
The find command in the Linux shell allows you to search for files in the filesystem. It can find files by name, user permissions, and size. The find command can also perform actions on the files which are found. Find Command Syntax The syntax for the find command is as… Read More »Find Command in Linux [With Useful Examples]
So you’ve followed our guide to Installing Kali Linux, and you want to make sure all of your software is up to date. Follow these instructions to make sure you’re on the latest version. Updating Kali Linux from the Terminal Check that the /etc/apt/sources.list file is populated:… Read More »How to Update Kali Linux [Quick Guide]
Kali Linux is a Linux distribution built from the ground up for Penetration Testing and Security Auditing. This step-by-step tutorial explains how to install it quickly and easily. What does that mean? It means Kali Linux is for trying to break into (your own) networks and computers to check… Read More »How to Install Kali Linux [Easy Guide]
We like Python. Anaconda is a popular distribution of Python and the R programming languages, which includes package management and deployment tools, with hundreds of packages pre-installed. Anaconda is aimed at data scientists and people working with machine learning, but it’s useful for anyone. It… Read More »How to Install Anaconda (Python & R) on Ubuntu
This guide shows you how to use the awk command in Linux, with plenty of useful everyday examples. AWK is a tool and language for searching and manipulating text available for the Linux Operating System. The awk command and the associated scripting language search files for text defined… Read More »How to Use The awk Command in Linux [With Examples]
Webmin is a system configuration tool that can be run on Linux. This step-by-step tutorial explains how to install Webmin on Ubuntu 20.04. Webmin makes it easy for newbies (and veterans) to monitor and manage their Linux system and the services running on it in… Read More »How to Install Webmin on Ubuntu 20.04
Yaourt (Yet AnOther User Repository Tool) is (was) a package manager for the Arch Linux distribution, which allowed for the installation of packages from the Arch User Repository (AUR). Don’t install Yaourt; it’s obsolete software. If you need a package manager for Arch Linux, install and use Yay instead! Yay is a… Read More »Don’t Install Yaourt on Arch Linux – use Yay instead!