Hello all! Today, we had an ansible session in #dgplug by trishnaguha. Before the session, I just had an idea about ansible, that it is used in sort of YAML deployment or something. But never really tried it before. It was a nice experience using ansible. Let me give you a quick wrap up of the session.
Well, if you are reading this post then you might have an experience of using IRC. When we use any IRC client such as hexchat, etc., then we need to identify our nick every time we log in. One thing to avoid this repetitive identification process on hexchat is to use SASL (username + password) service. But this plain SASL service ultimately needs your password. What a better approach is, rather than using a password, use a certificate to auto-identify yourself every time you log in to hexchat. Here we come across SASL [external]. Continue reading “How to configure SASL [External] on hexchat?”
Hello, and I hope this year Christmas has brought you up with lots of happy and cheerful moments!
Coming back to the topic of this post, Oh! I couldn’t come up with a better title than this, to sum up, the gist of this post. Let’s go ahead. Continue reading “Basic terms in cloud services”
A very well welcome to my lovely reader! how are you, by the way?
Well, A long way back I heard about something called “Telnet”. At that time I got to know that it is used for remote login. That’s it! The book didn’t describe how did “Telnet” work the way it is explained. And nor ever I got the fair idea of what actually this Telnet is. Recently when I searched for the fact that was not discussed in that book. And I got to know that this “Telnet” is no more usable.
What is remote login? what is Telnet? why don’t we use it now? and If we don’t use it then what do we use now instead? and how do we use that novelty? Let’s see guys you gonna dive into something called SSH.