How to access Google Drive on Linux

For what I know there isn’t an official google drive application for Linux and so after looking around I’ve found that there are some interesting project that you can use to access your data on Google Drive from your linux, and in particular today I’d like to show 2 of them: Grive and Grive Tools: [...]

How to verify DDOS attack with netstat command on Linux Terminal

Your server appearing pretty slow could be many things from wrong configs, scripts and dodgy hardware – but sometimes it could be because someone is flooding your server with traffic known as DoS ( Denial of Service ) or DDoS ( Distributed Denial of Service ). Denial-of-service attack (DoS attack) or Distributed Denial-of-service attack (DDoS [...]

Linux Games: Yrminsul

Have you had enough of nice and friendly heroes? Then become the villain of the piece! Get your own back on the pathetic forces of the good and make them finally understand that evil is something to be taken seriously, and must be well done. Resist their combined attacks during a game combining strategy and [...]

6 cPanel Tips For Absolute Linux Hosting Newbies

You could have come across the term, “cPanel” if you have been searching around for a shared Linux web hosting or logged into cPanel right now if have got a new hosting account. cPanel is a web-based tool that can help you manage the files on your website, email associated with your domain, and basically [...]

How to Add a Printer in Ubuntu or Linux Mint with CUPS

Guest post by Kerry Blake If you are planning to buy a new printer and currently using Ubuntu or Linx Mint, the 2 most popular desktop operating systems, next to Windows and OSX, you should probably buy a printer that can hand shake with your Linux box, out of the box. Computer peripherals like printers, [...]