Category: Linux Commands

Yay AUR helper

Yay – Yet Another Reliable AUR Helper Written In GO

Howdy Arch Users! I’ve got a good news for you. Today, I stumbled upon yet another reliable AUR helper called “Yay”. Yep! the name of this AUR helper is Yay. In the past, I was...

Configure SSH Key-based Authentication In Linux

How To Configure SSH Key-based Authentication In Linux

What is SSH Key-based authentication? As we all know, Secure Shell, shortly SSH, is the cryptographic network protocol that allows you to securely communicate/access a remote system over unsecured network, for example Internet. Whenever you...

Collect System Logs And Diagnostic Information Using Sosreport

Sosreport – A Tool To Collect System Logs And Diagnostic Information

If you’re working as RHEL administrator, you might definitely heard about Sosreport – an extensible, portable and support data collection tool. It is a tool to collect system configuration details and diagnostic information from a...

Find If A Package Is Available For Your Linux Distribution

Find If A Package Is Available For Your Linux Distribution

Some times, you might wonder how to find if a package is available for your Linux distribution. Or, you simply wanted to know what version of package is available for your distribution. If so, well,...