Alex Georgiev

@alexg

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Joined January 21st, 2021

I'm working as System Engineer and I am an avid Linux lover.

Monitor disk space usage with BASH

Monitor disk space usage with BASH

Introduction If you've ever had to deal with a Linux server that was out of disk space at some point you know that it's important not to run into the same situation again. In most cases, the server can run out of disk space due to huge session files or even an error log file growing up to hundreds of Gigabytes. However, sometime...

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2 months ago

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Top 10 Git GUI clients

Top 10 Git GUI clients

Introduction A lot of people prefer to use the command line when it comes to Git, but using a GUI can bring up some advantages and perhaps makes your work easier along the way. I personally use both the command line and GUI as I can see that both have some pros. My personal choice for a GUI is simply using Visual Studio Code wit...

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2 months ago

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Git aliases

Git aliases

Introduction Everyone wants to work faster, easier and one way to achieve this is to simplify their daily tasks with simple scripts or with creating aliases to run long commands that they often forget or just tired of typing them over and over again. If you're not using any GUI for Git or using Visual Studio Code alongside Git y...

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2 months ago

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How to install and use Maldet (Linux Malware Detect)

How to install and use Maldet (Linux Malware Detect)

Introduction LMD or Linux Malware Detect is most commonly known under another name - Maldet which is a malware scanner for Linux. It is released under the GNU license. Maldet is really handy malware scanner because it's a database for malicious files detection is also designed to work in a shared hosting environment and can be e...

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3 months ago

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CentOS is gone, now what?

CentOS is gone, now what?

Introduction On December 8th, Red Hat announced that they will discontinue the CentOS project and move forward to CentOS Stream. This was announced on the CentOS blog and Red Hat website: https://blog.centos.org/2020/12/future-is-centos-stream/ https://www.redhat.com/en/blog/centos-stream-building-innovative-future-enterprise...

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3 months ago

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Remote Development in Visual Studio Code

Remote Development in Visual Studio Code

Introduction If you run multiple servers and you do not want to edit files and open folders using ssh client and text editors like vim, vi or nano and you want to take advantage of all the features of Visual Studio Code then this tutorial is just for you. There are several extensions that will help you to achieve this. I persona...

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3 months ago

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Do you use Linux?

Do you use Linux?

Introduction A lot of people love Linux due to its ease of use, great compatibility with almost any hardware and because it's free and open-source! Linux is not only powering almost 90% of all cloud infrastructure but more people decide to use Linux over Windows or macOS to power their desktop setups or laptops. If you're a deve...

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3 months ago

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Version control with Visual Studio Code

Version control with Visual Studio Code

Introduction As much as I love to use the terminal in order to do my daily tasks in the end I would rather do multiple tasks within one window (GUI) or perform everything from the terminal itself. In the past, I was using the text editors (vim, nano and etc) in my terminal to edit the code in my repositories and then go along wi...

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4 months ago

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How to Synchronize Your GitHub Fork

How to Synchronize Your GitHub Fork

Introduction First lets start with explaining what is a Fork. A fork is a copy of a repository. Forking a repository allows you to freely experiment with changes without affecting the original project. For example, you can use forks to propose changes related to fixing a bug. Rather than logging an issue for a bug you've found,...

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4 months ago

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Bash random password generator

Bash random password generator

Introduction It's not uncommon situation where you will need to generate a random password that you can use for any software installation or when you sign-up to any website. There are a lot of options in order to achieve this. You can use a password manager/vault where you often have the option to randomly generate a password or...

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4 months ago

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How to connect to Wi-Fi on Linux via the terminal using nmcli

How to connect to Wi-Fi on Linux via the terminal using nmcli

Introduction Why using the Network-Manager's cli? Sometimes Ubuntu Network Manager can be really dodgy and you might be unable to connect to any Wi-Fi Hotspot via the GUI (Graphical user interface). The Network-Manager may fail to start and even when manually restarting the service via the terminal you might still face issues to...

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