How to Improve Your Blog When You’re Exhausted

Are you building a blog? If so, I’m sure you have experienced those times when you are just plain exhausted and have no motivation to work on your blog. You’ve probably experienced those hectic days where you just don’t have enough time to get everything done and you spread yourself too thin. I have definitely [...]

By | August 18th, 2016|Entrepreneur, Guest Posts, Tips & Tricks|4 Comments

10 Books To Read For Entreprenuers This Summer 2016

Some people would say that a good book can make a good vacation an amazing vacation. Whether you'll be relaxing around a pool, sipping on all-inclusive beer until your nose burns off (this actually happened to me!), or after an adventurous day exploring some cherished town full of wonderful architecture, having a book to read [...]

By | July 8th, 2016|Entrepreneur|0 Comments

Learn Linux: How to set environmental variables and what are they?

Environmental variables are little nodes of data that can be accessed within the Linux shell session. If you've ever programmed, you'll know that you can assign data to a variable and then use that variable throughout your code to save from having to type out all that data. Well it's the same for Environmental Variables, [...]

By | July 5th, 2016|Linux, Tutorials|0 Comments

Linux Command Cheatsheet: User Management

Add a user to your system: adduser <username> Add a user to your system with a specific home directory adduser --home <directory> <username> Add a user to your system with a specific group: adduser -g <groupname> <username> Change a user's password passwd <username> Change a user's home directory usermod -h <directory> <username> Add a group [...]

By | June 19th, 2016|Cheatsheet, Linux, Tutorials|0 Comments

Learn Linux: User Management with adduser, usermod and addgroup

User Management in Linux is made easy by using a few simple commands. This tutorial will go over some of the basic commands and also explain a few concepts of the user system. Want the cheatsheet version? Cheatsheet Linux Commands: adduser, addgroup, usermod, passwd, id We'll be using the Debian Linux system, but for many [...]

By | June 19th, 2016|Linux, Tutorials|0 Comments
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