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First test on Ubuntu 22.04 <--> Delphi 11.1

  Test Ubuntu 22.04: Ubuntu 22.04 Server distro for Intel / AMD x64 on virtualization environments (all configured with 4core and 2virt, 8GB, 40GB SSD): VMWare Fusion for MacOSX  –> passed no issue  VMWare Workstation –> passed no issue KVM –> passed no issue Ubuntu 22.04 Server on this hardware conf: Dell T440 Intel Xeon…
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Configure a NFS share in your LAN with Ubuntu 20.04

Configuring NFS Server: Installing NFS services on your ubuntu system

configure mount folders and define sub nets can access to

/etc/export sample:

Verify export options

Configure your MS-Windows 10 client:   Configure your MacOSX client:

    Configure your Ubuntu client:   Install requirements and create your mount…
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Windows kill application programmatically

To force quit an application by application name in MS-Windows you can use “taskkill” command. To kill an application by app name using taskkill you can write:

In this example we kill our application “JuliuS” .

How To Use Apache as a Reverse Proxy on Ubuntu 20.04

A reverse proxy is a type of proxy server that accepts HTTP (S) requests and transparently distributes them to one or more backend servers. You can use a reverse proxy to prevent direct access to these underlying application servers. They can also be used to distribute the load of incoming requests to different application servers.…
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Ubuntu 20.04 – Massive change of permissions and users to folders and files separately

With bash you can more and more… In linux you can use the “find” command from terminal and execute a command for each result simply. To change all subfolder permission from a folder recursively you can type:

now all falders have the execution permission. To change all files permission from a folder recursively you…
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Custom message SSH before login prompt in Linux

  Tested on ubuntu 18.04 server  The file /etc/issue.net is a text file which contains a message or system identification to be printed before the login prompt of a telnet session. It may contain various ‘%-char’ (or, alternatively, ‘\-char’) sequences. The common char for output some informations are:

If you want to display your IP Configuration…
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