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Here at System Code Geeks we know how much you love books about system administration; we are geeks ourselves. After all, a geek that respects himself should always have his face in a book, he has to keep up with the latest technologies and developments. For this reason, we have decided to distribute 6 of our books for free. You ...

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How to Install Red Hat Process Automation Manager 7.6 in Minutes

 While you’ve seen the many developer tooling articles where I’ve helped you to get started on the OpenShift Container Platform, there is still a basic need to run our tooling locally on our own machine. With that in mind, here’s an update that installs the latest version of open source process automation tooling for your development projects in just minutes ...

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How to Install Red Hat Decision Manager 7.6 in Minutes

While you’ve seen the many developer tooling articles where I’ve helped you to get started on the OpenShift Container Platform, there is still a basic need to run our tooling locally on our own machine. With that in mind, here’s an update that installs the latest version of open source decision management tooling for your development projects in just minutes ...

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15+ Examples For Yum Update Command

Yum is a package manager used on Red Hat, CentOS, and other Linux distributions that use RPM Package Manager. Yum is used to install, update, delete, or otherwise manipulate the packages installed on these Linux systems. In this tutorial, we will cover the yum update command – what it is, how to use it, and all the different commands you ...

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Why You Should Protect Your Research Papers In Linux

Writing a research paper is a huge task in itself. When you think about how easy it is for other people to copy or plagiarize the paper you worked hard on, this should encourage you to learn how to protect your research papers and other documents on your Linux computer. To do this, you should improve network security and even ...

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How To Secure Your Internet Activity With Linux System And VPN

Hackers can access, steal and sell your online activity data as well as manipulate it if you don’t use the right system and tools. The level of protection you want will largely influence which tools and systems to use. With a Linux system and VPN, it becomes possible to hide your browsing tracks, personal information, and various other online activities. ...

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How to Install Red Hat Process Automation Manager 7.5 in Minutes

 While you’ve seen the many developer tooling articles where I’ve helped you to get started on the OpenShift Container Platform, there is still a basic need to run our tooling locally on our own machine. With that in mind, here’s an update that installs the latest process automation tooling for your development projects in just minutes on your very own ...

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Code Ready Containers – Process Automation developer tools update

For some time now we’ve been working on updating your experience using Code Ready Containers, a container platform installation for your local machine, by providing interesting developer tooling and project examples. There is no better way to learn about container technologies, container platforms, and container-based application development than getting hands-on with great open technologies. This example is the latest version ...

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Code Ready Containers – Decision Management developer tools update

For some time now we’ve been working on updating your experience using Code Ready Containers, a container platform installation for your local machine, by providing interesting developer tooling and project examples. There is no better way to learn about container technologies, container platforms, and container-based application development than getting hands-on with great open technologies. The first example here is the ...

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