How To Use Telnet To Test Open Ports (Windows, Linux, and MacOSX)?

How To Use Telnet To Test Open Ports (Windows, Linux, and MacOSX)?

The telnet is an application protocol used to connect remote devices over the network. Telnet provides text-oriented communication between local and remote hosts. Even the telnet is created to manage devices remotely via the command line interface it is also used to test open ports. As the telnet protocol and command use the TCP it … Read more

Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) Tutorial

Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) Tutorial

The Fully Qualified Domain Name or FQDN which is also called as absolute domain name is used to specify a specific host in the DNS system. Even FQDN can be used for different resources it is generally used to identify and define hosts in computer networks via the DNS protocol. The FQDN provides a list … Read more

How To Rename (Local and Remote) Git Branch?

How To Rename (Local and Remote) Git Branch?

Git provides branches in order to create multiple copies of the current code repository. Branches can be identified by their hashes and names but the names are more human-friendly for identification. Branche names can be set at the start of the branch creation but also changes after creation. In this tutorial, we examine how to … Read more

How To Delete Remote Branch In Git?

How To Delete Remote Branch In Git?

Git uses remote branches which are also called remote references. Remote branches are located in the remote repositories and not stored in the local system. But we can delete the remote branch in Git without storing it locally. List Remote Git Branchs Before deleting a remote branch listing it is very beneficial. The git branch … Read more

How To Update Google Chrome (on Windows and Linux)?

How To Update Google Chrome (on Windows and Linux)?

Google Chrome is a popular web browser that is the most used web browser on the earth. Google Chrome is actively developed by Google and every six weeks a new major version is released. This update contains bug fixes, security patches, and new features. This means we should update Google Chrome every six weeks to … Read more

How To Undo Last Commit In Git?

How To Undo Last Commit In Git?

Commits are used to put new versions to the source code. But some commits can be unwanted and required to undo the last commit. Also, wrong files can be committed accidentally which requires undoing the last command. Undo the Last Commit (Soft) The undo the last command can be done with the git reset command. … Read more

How To Delete Git Branch (Locally and Remotely)?

How To Delete Git Branch (Locally and Remotely)?

Git branches are an important part of the git. By using branches the codebase can be easily developed by different developers or groups and then merged again. After the development is complete and changes are merged into the main branch other development branches can be deleted. There are two types of branches called local branch … Read more

Git Tag (Tagging) Tutorial

Git Tag (Tagging) Tutorial

Like most source version control systems, the git provides the tags or tagging mechanism in order to set tags for specific versions. Tags are used to set simple and short names for versions like “development”, “v1”, “v1beta” etc. In this tutorial we examine how to work with tags like listing, setting, searching, and removing tags … Read more

How To Set and Use Google DNS Service In Windows and Linux?

How To Set and Use Google DNS Service In Windows and Linux?

All ISP’s or Internet Service Providers provide DNS services for their customers. And most cases their customers use their DNS services by default which is also set as in their routers, ADSL Modems, etc. Google provides DNS service in order to prevent ISP-related blockings and also provide a fast and secure experience. Google DNS service … Read more

What Is SFTP Port Number?

What Is SFTP Port Number?

SFTP or Secure File Transfer Protocol is a protocol used to transfer files in an encrypted way. The SFTP protocol is integrated and provided by the SSH (Secure Shell) protocol. This means the SFTP runs under the SSH service. The SFTP uses the security, encryption, authentication, and authorization features of the SSH. SFTP Port Number … Read more