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Tune your Linux-based server for power efficiency - Linux tutorial


Part 1 introduces the components and concepts you'll need to tune your system for power efficiency. Part 2 compares the five in-kernel governors: performance, powersave, userspace, ondemand, and conservative. Part 3 show you what results you can achieve by power tuning your system.
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Terminal functions for shell scripting with Shell Curses
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"Shell Curses" is a library of script functions that provide the shell programmer the ability to perform text-based cursor movements to specified locations on the screen. This ability permits the creation of menuing and data-entry systems using shell scripts without the need for compiled binaries. These functions are similar to the "C" language "Curses" library.
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Moving FreeBSD to a New Hard Drive
Moving FreeBSD to a New Hard Drive
This tutorial explain how to move a FreeBSD operating system and data to a new hard drive. This is useful if your hard drive is old/slow or too small. Also this can be used if you experience problems with your hard drive and you want to make sure the hard drive will not crash.
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SSH and SCP: Howto, tips & tricks
SSH and SCP: Howto, tips & tricks
This tutorial is about SSH and SCP. You will learn how to connect to a remote host and how to copy between hosts. This tutorial also documents a few important differences between the commands.
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Telecommunications and Network Security
Telecommunications and Network Security
Packt is pleased to announce a new book on CISSP. Written by M. L. Srinivasan CISSP in 21 Days is a quick revision guide that helps candidates prepare for the CISSP Exam and approach it confidently with the help of step-by-step preparation and practice questions. Success in this respected exam opens the door for ones dream job as a security expert as well as an eye catching salary. Passing the final exam is challenging as every year a lot of candidates do not prepare sufficiently and fail at the final stage. This happens when they cover everything but do not revise properly and hence lack in confidence. This books 'concise explanation' will take candidates through the final weeks before the exam with a day-by-day plan covering all of the exam topics enabling them to enter the exam room with confidence. Candidates will get to know the requirements of the CISSP examination and structure their preparation accordingly. The book helps them build their understanding of myriad concepts in the Information Security domain thus integrating their existing knowledge, experience, and prior learning to easily remember the concepts. This small and concise CISSP exam quick-revision guide provides a disciplined approach to be adopted for reviewing and revising the core concepts a month before the exam, by providing concise explanation of important concepts in all the 10 domains of the CISSP Common Body of Knowledge (CBK). Each domain is covered in two chapters that are represented as days and each chapter contains some practice questions including a full-blown mock test for practice. This book is for all aspirants who are planning to take the CISSP examination and obtain the coveted CISSP certification that is considered as the 'Gold Standard' in Information Security personal certification. The book is out now and is available from Packt. For more information, please visit http://www.packtpub.com/crack-the-cissp-exam-in-21-days/book
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Manage blogs on AIX with open source CMS tools
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By combining open source Web Content Management System (CMS) and AIX you get a complete, highly secure, scalable, and ready-to-use content management tool with extensive support from the open source community. This article introduces the best open source CMS solutions for AIX available, and helps readers understand the important differences among them. The article also provides a guideline for system architects and developers to help them choose the CMS that best fits their needs.
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