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Users and Groups on Linux CentOS 8

Learn to create Users and Groups in Linux CentOS 8. To create the users in Linux, we use the command useradd or adduser. To create the groups in Linux, we can use the command groupadd. We can allocate the groups to users using usermod command. If you want to set passwords for the users, you can use passwd command. To delete the users, we use userdel command and to delete the groups in Linux, we use groupdel command. You can switch between the users using su command. To make the local user a super user you need to allocate the “wheel” group to that user, then you will be able to use sudo command with that user.

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Users and Groups on Linux CentOS 8

MX Linux is a fantastic Linux distribution that is focused on the user

One of the biggest reasons that MX Linux is doing so well is because they have a very close-knit community. In addition, this distro provides great documentation. It’s very easy for people to contribute and get involved.

MX Linux provides amazing choice to the end user about what they want to do and how they want to do it. Certainly, most Linux users know exactly what they want out of their system. They are using Linux because they can change things. Unfortunately, there seems to be a trend in desktop Linux where most of the choices seem to be removed. However MX Linux users definitely enjoy choice.

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Users and Groups on Linux CentOS 8

Learn to create Users and Groups in Linux CentOS 8. To create the users in Linux, we use the command useradd or adduser. To create the groups in Linux, we can use the command groupadd. We can allocate the groups to users using usermod command. If you want to set passwords for the users, you can use passwd command. To delete the users, we use userdel command and to delete the groups in Linux, we use groupdel command. You can switch between the users using su command. To make the local user a super user you need to allocate the “wheel” group to that user, then you will be able to use sudo command with that user.

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How to Install qBittorrent on CentOS 8/RHEL 8 Desktop & Server

This tutorial will be showing you how to install qBittorrent on CentOS 8/RHEL 8**. **qBittorrent is a free, open-source, fast and lightweight P2P BitTorrent client written in C++ / Qt, available for Linux, FreeBSD, MacOS and Windows. It aims to provide an open-source alternative to uTorrent, which is a very popular BitTorrent client among Windows users.

qBittorrent Features

  • A uTorrent-like interface
  • Supports main BitTorrent extensions like DHT, peer exchange, full encryption (Vuze compatible)
  • It provides a good integrated search engine
  • It also comes with UPnP port forwarding / NAT-PMP
  • You can also remotely control it via the qBittorrent Web interface.
  • Torrent creation tool
  • And many more

Install qBittorrent on CentOS 8/RHEL 8 Desktop

qBittorrent is included in the EPEL software repository. You can easily install it on CentOS 8/RHEL 8 desktop by running the following command in a terminal window.

sudo dnf install epel-release
sudo dnf install qbittorrent qt5-qtsvg

Once installed, you can start qBittorrent from the application menu.

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How To Install Grafana on CentOS 8 | Liquid Web

This article is a step-by-step guide on how to install Grafana software on CentOS 8 server. Grafana is a popular open-source visualization and analytics monitoring software. It renders graphs, charts, and alerts when connected to supported data sources. It is commonly used with time series databases like Prometheus, SQL databases like MySQL logging, and document databases like Loki, etc. You can additionally install hundreds of plugins and dashboards from the official library.

Installation

As always, it is recommended to update our servers software before any new tool is installed. If the server has not been updated for some time, it may take a couple of minutes to update all the packages. Through this installation process, I will be signed in as a root user and you should be to.

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