Category: Geek Tech

Install and Use TestDisk Data Recovery Tool in Linux

TestDisk is a free and opensource, command-line data recovery tool that is used to recover data from deleted or lost partitions. Further, you can use it to revive non-bootable partitions which can be caused by factors such as accidental deletion of partition tables, and malware attacks to mention a few. The command-line software was written

List All Running Services Under Systemd in Linux

A Linux systems provide a variety of system services (such as process management, login, syslog, cron, etc.) and network services (such as remote login, e-mail, printers, web hosting, data storage, file transfer, domain name resolution (using DNS), dynamic IP address assignment (using DHCP), and much more). Technically, a service is a process or group of

How To Configure IP Address In Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

The method of configuring IP address on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS is significantly different than the older methods. Unlike the previous versions, the Ubuntu 18.04 uses Netplan utility. It is a new command line network configuration utility, to configure IP address. Netplan has been introduced by Ubuntu developers in Ubuntu 17.10. In this new approach, we