How to switch between tabs in MobaXterm terminal tool

MobaXterm provides keyboard shortcuts to switch tabs. This is an option provided in the tool for switching between tabs.

How to get Yesterday Tomorrow Previous Next day date and time using date cmd in bash

Let us start with printing the current date and time, using the date command without any parameters.

rsync practical examples using Mobaxterm bash terminal

MobaXterm is a wonderful tool for every DevOps engineer. Today let us explore the rsync command with mobaxterm bash terminal to copy or sync files between

The best password manager free download for Windows 10 users Open source.

I have been using KeePass for my personal use and at the workplace for several years. Simply using the portable version of KeePass inside a DropBox / Google Drive helps me to keep it up to date across several devices.

How to change hostname in Centos 8 or Redhat Linux 8?

A hostname is a name or network identity of devices connected to the computer network. There are two commands available for getting the hostname of a server or a Linux machine

How to enable password authentication in AWS EC2 Linux instance CentOS/RHEL

Default Linux/CentOS EC2 AMI comes with Password authentication disabled for obvious security reasons. To enable this, follow the below-given steps.

SSH username alias to login as a different user from Linux/Centos/Ubuntu/Mobaxterm

The alias feature of bash is very powerful if you use it effectively, let us explore how to use it for remote login

How to assign a static hostname in amazon AWS EC2 Linux instance(RHEL/CentOS/Fedora)?

When creating a new EC2 instance, it auto assigns a hostname matching it local IP address, something like ip-172-1-1-111. The default Amazon AMI EC2 instance does not have hostnamectl command.

How to get current Unix timestamp or epoch time from a Linux command line

Linux date command is a very powerful utility to get or set system time in various ways. Let us check, how to get Unix timestamp from a Linux /Ubuntu terminal.

How to create local repository using git bash

The command to create a local repository is git init or git init your-repo