What is the difference between OpenVZ and Docker?

difference between OpenVZ and Docker

In the modern world, where PC hardware is getting extremely powerful and advanced, we cannot bear the wastage of computing resources, therefore virtualization technology is the only solution to fully use their capabilities. So, to ensure the user will have the benefit of virtualization as …

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8 Best free Cloud Web hosting Control Panels for 2024

Free Cloud Web hosting Control Panels

List of some best cloud hosting control panels to host websites or various PHP applications such as Wordpess on Linux servers like Debian, CentOS, and Ubuntu… VPS and Cloud hosting services come with full root access where users can select the Linux operating system of …

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5 Best htop alternatives to monitor Linux systems

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Htop is a process manager that allows us to see the processes in execution and the usage of system resources using the Linux terminal. With its text-based interface that supports the mouse, we can easily operate it and perform various functions such as it is …

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How to install KeePass Password Manager on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS

Keypass open source password manager for Ubuntu 20.04

KeePass Password Manager is a free and open-source application that can be installed on Linux such as Ubuntu 20.04 LTS easily using the APT package manager. This open-source password manager offers encryption algorithms AES-256, multiple User Keys, Portable version for Windows 10/7/8; Auto-Type, Global Auto-Type …

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How to Install Google Chromium OS on any PC or laptop

Chrome OS successfully installed on Windows PC compressed

Here are the steps to install Chromium OS which is the open-source version of proprietary Google Chrome OS into any Laptop or Pc computer system. Even a couple of years earlier when buying a laptop there were mainly two options available for choosing the operating …

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Psensor GUI tool: Monitor CPU temperature on Linux system

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The Psensor is simple CPU temperature monitoring that uses the systems inbuilt sensors to pull the values and displays them on a graphical user interface. This graphical hardware temperature monitor for Linux various systems such as Ubuntu, Debian, Linux Mint, CentOS, RHEL, and more… Whether …

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