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Join Our Team

If you have a passion of creating an easy to understand awesome technical articles about Ubuntu, Debian, Mint and CentOS then we are looking for you.

Role:

Technical Writer

Responsibilities:

Writing quality Linux how-tos and tutorials for sysadmin community

Qualification:

College/University degree in IT and computer sciences

2 – 3 years Linux and technical writing experience

Please share your resume/CV, LinkedIn profile or your single best piece of writing on editor@linuxways.net. We will try to respond you as early as possible.

2 thoughts on “Join our team
  1. I just followed your article debian_nfs_server. I used to know this process 20 years ago. It reminded me and guided me through and it worked a treat. Thank you.

    I found a very small sticking point dealing with with ufw. Your command ‘sudo ufw status’ gave me the feedback ‘inactive’ with no instruction of the next thing to do in that event. I activated netfilter and then received the answer you showed in your article. Maybe a hint at that point would be very helpful.

    thanks for a great article – clear and concise

    1. Hi Stuart,
      The reason for receiving the “inactive” status is the disabled firewall. You can enable the firewall using the “sudo ufw enable” command.
      Thanks,

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