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Teach Me Linux is a blog that focuses on linux guides and tutorials ranging from software recommendations all the way through bash scripting.
2018-04-28 05:13
In this guide, I will show you a quick and easy way to enable TLS encryption on your Postfix server. The reason why you would want to enable this is that some email servers automatically mar… Read More
2018-04-20 06:35
In this post I will be showing you some Brocade switch commands to check the health status of your Brocade switches. You can run these commands by connecting to your Brocade via SSH using yo… Read More
2018-04-15 13:24
Today I will be showing you how to use piping or pipe commands in Linux. Piping is used to take the output from one command and “pipe” it into another command. An example of this… Read More
2018-04-15 02:04
In this guide I will be showing you how to install Conky as well as how to setup Conky on your Linux desktop. This guide should work for the following Linux distributions or any of their der… Read More
2018-04-11 05:50
In this quick guide I will show you how to pass arguments to scripts while using curl. Sometimes you may have a script that you wish to curl multiple times or on multiple servers but also ne… Read More
2018-04-10 05:30
In this guide I will be showing you how to check both your internal and external IP addresses in Linux. The difference between these two types of IP addresses are that external IP addresses… Read More
2018-04-09 12:50
In this guide I will be showing you how to connect to your OpenVPN server using a Linux desktop. The following guide should work regardless of whether you are running Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora… Read More
2018-04-09 01:49
Today I will be showing you how to quickly and easily change your time zone on a Linux system. To do this we will be searching for the closest time zone file New York for example, and then c… Read More
2018-04-09 00:15
If you are making changes to configuration files such as Apache or Postfix for example, you will need to either restart or reload the service for the changes to take effect. So what is the d… Read More

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