Linux & Open Source

GNU/Linux is a free operating system that has been released under the GPL (General Public Licence). It's used on a large number of computers including hand held devices, IoT, desktops and most servers. Try Linux for yourself by downloading the Live boot CD from here. It will give you a taste of linux without having to install anything on your computer

We provide expertise with most popular versions of Linux.

  • Command line & Bash Scripting
  • HTTP, HTTPS & Apahe Webserver
  • SQL, Databases & MySQL
  • Samba and Windows Intergration
  • Remote Access, SSH & VPN Tunnels
  • Docker Containers
  • Qemu/KVM, VirtualBox & Hypervisors
  • RAID, LVM & Data Storage
  • Cloud Hosted Infrastructure
  • Gnome & KDE Desktop Enviroments

Shell Command: Find

Find recursively searches a location for files or directories. It has many flags to output only the files that you are looking for. More..

Enabling a Serial Port Console: getty systemd

Using the serial port to login is a good way to get access to a device that doesn't have a network connection. This could be a small embedded Linux computer. More..

Linux: Debugging Bash

Everything that you type plus the result is logged to a text file that you can then use to go back and see what happend. More..

Installing Let's Encrypt on Ubuntu 16.04

SSL certificates are used within web servers to encrypt the traffic between the server and client, providing extra security for users accessing your application. More..

New User Tutorial: Basic Shell Commands

Linux and all version of unix (including MacOS) have a very rich command line that can be used in many different ways to form very powerful commands. More..

Tux

tux

Tux is a penguin character and the official mascot of the Linux kernel. Tux is the most commonly used icon for Linux, although different Linux distributions depict Tux in various styles. The character is used in many other Linux programs and as a general symbol of Linux.