LHB Linux Digest #24.01: Working with systemd, Private GitLab Server, PikaPods Review and More
The first edition of the year 2024 is here. Check out what's coming to LHB.
We are already two weeks into 2024. I am not sure how you are progressing with your new year resolutions, but mine is going good so far ;)
There are several things planned for Linux Handbook this year. That includes a complete cloud bootcamp which should be published over the most part of this year.
Apart from that, there will be more reviews of self-hosted tools and services. Basically, I'll be sharing my experience with the tools I am using or exploring. This way, you'll know about new products and services that you may use in your current setup.
Yeah! 2024 is going to be a happening year for you and LHB both 😎
💭 What you get in this edition of LHB Linux Digest:
- Tutorials on systemd and systemctl commands.
- Frigate, an open-source Network Video Recorder.
- PikaPods for fully managed self-hosting.
- Tools and memes for Linux lovers
Newsletter sponsor: SnapShooter
Simplify your server backups with SnapShooter.
📖 systemd and Systemctl Commands
systemd is a popular init system for Linux. Take a look at these great tutorials on working with systemd and systemctl commands.
- Check whether your Linux system using systemd or not.
- Take a look at these must know systemctl commands.
- List Systemd Services in Linux
- Create a systemd service in Linux.
- Start systemd Services on Boot
- Check and understand the status of a systemd service.
- Clear Systemd Journal Logs
📚 DevOps and Self-host Tutorials
Looking to set up your own GitLab server? This tutorial will guide you through the process of creating a private server with a PostgreSQL database and a replica server for failover. Get started now! 📚💡
👩💻Self hosting corner
🤔 Struggling with self-hosting? 😩 No worries! PikaPods is here to save the day! Get rid of the configuration and maintenance hassle and enjoy a seamless self-hosting experience.
🛍️ Interesting offer for Linux career aspirants
💡Quick Terminal tip
Number all output lines in cat command with:
cat -n < File Name >
Or, number only non-empty lines in cat command with:
cat -b < File Name >
🛠️ Nifty tool
🔍 Keep an eye on your home with Frigate, the open source NVR that uses real-time AI object detection. No data leaves your premises, all processing is done on your own hardware!
😂 Geek humor
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