Homelab – software and hardware I use

Homelab – software and hardware I use

Today, I’d like to tell you about some of the hardware and software I use in my homelab to stay up to date. Since my clients often ask me for recommendations on hardware and software, I find it important that I use those tools on a daily basis. Practise what you preach! Also, it is vital in the IT field to constantly stay informed about emerging trends, new technology and the pros and cons.

Linux file permissions

Linux file permissions

Linux file permissions explained: What you need to understand Introduction In this article, I explain how Linux file permissions work. I use the Linux distribution Ubuntu. I’m an experienced Windows administrator and coming to Linux file permission is quite a change. With Linux, each file or directory has both a user and group that take…

How to change timezone in Ubuntu 20.04 server
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How to change timezone in Ubuntu 20.04 server

I installed an Ubuntu server 18.04. And then I discovered that the time displayed was not correct. Hey, I was pretty sure that during the gui installation process I had selected the time zone. Or had I not? Anyway, the time was one hour behind. This sort of a careless error can happen to anyone. So for those of you who might sometime be in the same boat as me: don’t worry! Here’s how to fix the issue and it’s really easy!

Ubuntu – Manage users and groups

Ubuntu – Manage users and groups

I’m mainly a Windows administrator, but from time to time I administer the Linux environment. I use the Ubuntu distribution and in this article, I cover the long-term version of Ubuntu Server 20.04. Since I don’t use Linux often I struggle from time to time with permission. Therefore I decide to write down some important commands about creating users and groups with permission and the difference between root and a user with sudo rights. The sudo group is actually the Administrator group in the Linux universe.