AppArmor is a security extension (similar to SELinux) that should provide extended security, which usually causes more problems than advantages. AppArmor was first made available to Ubuntu in Ubuntu 7.04 in Universe. AppArmor is usually installed and loaded by default. Continue reading Ubuntu – Manage Apparmor
Gimp Plugin registry is a package of some very useful plugins for Gimp, it contain a number of extensions like Gimp-FX Foundry (More than 117 effects, including blurring, distorting,Roy Lichtenstein effect, planet render effect and more), Elsamuko (Includes effects such Continue reading Ubuntu 12.04 – Install Gimp 2.8 plugin registry
The scp command copies files between servers (computers) on a network. It uses ssh for data transfer, and uses the same authentication and provides the same security as ssh. scp Command The correct syntax is as follows to copy all Continue reading Linux – scp copy all hidden dot files
tmpfs is a file system that stores all the files in virtual memory. tmpfs doesn’t create any files on your hard drive. So if you unmount a tmpfs file system, all the files residing in it are lost for ever. Continue reading Linux – What is tmpfs ?
There is a simple command in Linux that tells you how long your system has been running. The name of the command is uptime. Uptime command gives a one line display that offers the following information – The current time, Continue reading Linux – Howto find uptime and system load