Karim Buzdar
Karim Buzdar
Karim Buzdar holds a degree in telecommunication engineering and holds several sysadmin certifications. As an IT engineer and technical author, he writes for various websites.

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Posted by Karim Buzdar on May 5, 2022
How to install iTOP IP Address Management Tool in Linux

Modern businesses deal with an ever-growing amount of systems and networking devices, which, in turn, deal with an insane amount of IP addresses. Keeping track of such IP addresses is a real problem. iTOP Combodo has a useful piece of software that’s been developed just with these problems in mind.

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Posted by Karim Buzdar on February 8, 2022
How to Install and Use Osquery on Ubuntu and Linux Mint

Osquery is an open-source security compliance agent. It uses SQL to leverage a relational data model to describe a device. It’s great at providing all the contextual OS-related information you need in a simple, visually appealing form. Osequery is an all-time favorite compliance tool that is pleasant to use and great for security hardening.

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Posted by Karim Buzdar on November 18, 2021
How to install and use R and RStudio in Linux

R is the name of a programming language, often used alongside Python, for statistical computing and graphics. It’s frequently utilized by data analysts and data miners to develop statistical software and data analyses. R can be used independently or within an environment, RStudio, a free open-source integrated development environment for R.

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Posted by Karim Buzdar on September 21, 2021
How to install and use DBeaver in Linux

DBeaver is an open-source, free multi-platform database management software. It’s also an SQL client for developers and database administrators that has a user-friendly UI. It can be used as an alternative for MySQL-Workbench and PGAdmin to work with various databases, like MySQL, PostgreSQL, Greenplum, and others.

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Posted by Karim Buzdar on August 23, 2021
How to install and use Talend Open Studio in Linux

Talend is an open-source Big Data integration and management cross-platform application for Linux, Windows, Mac, and Solaris. Talend helps effortlessly transform large amounts of raw data into business insights, as well as automate relevant tasks to help manage and turn that data for the best benefits for your business.

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Posted by Karim Buzdar on June 22, 2021
How to Setup Multi-Factor Authentication for SSH in Linux

Cybersecurity threats increase by the day, especially, with the widespread adoption of remote work. To reduce compromise odds, you can add multi-factor authentication to any applications that require logging in. Adding a token-based security layer, for example, to your Linux SSH will boost your chances against threats via the network.

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Posted by Karim Buzdar on May 25, 2021
How to integrate a Linux system with Windows Active Directory

There are many cases that may entail meeting points between Windows and Linux environments. Such may involve enrolling Linux systems into a Windows domain, configuring a Linux domain as a peer to the Windows one, or simply copying information between them. Whatever your goal is, we’ve prepared a clear guide on how to join the two.

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Posted by Karim Buzdar on May 6, 2021
How to Setup Nextcloud with LAMP on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS

Looking to set up a remote office? NextCloud is an open-source solution that simplifies access to necessary data and secures it on your personal cloud-based workspace. You can sync, access, and share that data fast among your chosen devices. No more need to worry that files are out of reach or outdated anymore.

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Posted by Karim Buzdar on November 27, 2018
The Buzz about Windows Server 2019

In October 2018, Microsoft officially launched the newest version of Windows Server – Windows Server 2019, and earlier this month it became available to the public. Microsoft is known throughout the globe for its excellent software products, operating systems, computer systems, and other consumer electronics. Windows Server 2019 is the first and the only Microsoft product that went straight to general availability without going through the release to manufacturing (RTM) phase. But, did Windows Server 2019 satisfy the customers’ expectations? What are its main features? Let’s scrutinize from every angle.

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Posted by Karim Buzdar on July 12, 2018
Windows Server 2019 Insider Preview Build 17709: A Brief Features Overview

Microsoft has recently released Windows Server 2019 Insider Preview Build which is the latest release of Windows Server vNext LTSC (Long-term servicing channel). This update contains Desktop Experience and Server Core in eighteen server languages. Also, it includes an English Windows Server Semi-Annual Channel release. And, that’s not all: the build includes the first Microsoft Hyper-V Server preview. In today’s post, we will talk about what to expect from this build, its known issues, and terms of use.

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