Many Windows servers still use Point to Point Tunneling Protocol. It’s tried and tested, but apparently not that secure. MacOS removed it because it’s obsolete.
Use this command to see if a package is already installed: apt list –installed | grep -i xyz Reference https://askubuntu.com/questions/17823/how-to-list-all-installed-packages
Background Google Cloud Engine makes it super simple to resize your disk and it can be done online. Step one is in the the user
Summary This article show you how to add a default gateway to Ubuntu and how to enable IP forwarding. IP forwarding in this instance is
Introduction dig (domain information groper) is invaluable for name resolution queries. Although you could also use nslookup, dig just feels more modern and snappier. This
TL;DR sudo dpkg-reconfigure keyboard-configuration Reference: https://askubuntu.com/questions/434849/change-keyboard-layout-english-uk-on-command-line-to-english-us
As of Ubuntu 18.04 the default network stack uses something called Netplan. To see which version of Ubuntu you have, do cat /etc/issue. If you
Check if your target system is Ubuntu 16.04 (this procedure may work with other versions as well but not newer versions (18.04+) that use something