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Install PHP Modules for a FreeBSD Production Web Server
Let's say we want to build a FreeBSD Production Web Server with a list of php modules that will be installed after we install PHP, Apache and MySQL. Here is a script to do that, very usefull if we will install many servers in the future.
10 examples of using find command in Linux
Here I am listing down some of the way I use find command regularly, I hope this would help some one who is new in UNIX and find command or any developer who has started working on UNIX environment. this list is by no means complete and just some of my favorites , if you have something to share please share via commenting. 1) Running the last executed find command in Unix: !find
10 Tips on working fast in Linux
Have you ever amazed to see someone working very fast in UNIX, firing commands and doing things in mille seconds? Yes I have seen and I have always inspired to learn from those gems of guys. This article or tutorial or whatever you call it I have dedicated to share UNIX command practices I follow to work fast, quick or efficiently in UNIX
TIBCO Tutorial : TIBCO Rendezvous or TIBCO RV messaging
Today I am going to share some of my experience while working with TIBCO RV , this is standard product used in most of the global banks for messaging, its great product which offers following benefits: * · location transparency * · platform independence
Neat things you can do with Unix
Some of these are useful hacks, some are just amusing productivity killers. Most of them work on all shells, though if I'm not sure, I'll say so.
Part 1: Installing Shoutcast Server onto an SSH Shell
In this tutorial, you will be able to: 1. Install the shoutcast server in a personal shell
Controlling print jobs in Unix with Postscript
Postscript is the programming language used to control the majority of printers for personal computers. It gives you more control over how a text file will appear when printed, including the typeface, whether to print in portrait or landscape, how far to indent, etc.
Common Chmod Permissions
Common Chmod Permissions 400 - Protect from anyone a file against accidental overwriting.
I'm going to go over just the basics: I think the name cron comes from chronos (Greek for time), but it could be an acronym for (Command Run ON).
A Guide to Lua : Making an IRC Bot
o: Whats up? I guess if your here, that means you want to learn about Lua, a highly portable and really nifty language designed for scripting applications. To demonstrate it, we're going to go all the way from setting up a stub C++ environment to creating an OO networking class and a fully functional IRC Bot.
Linux Makefile Tutorial
The guide deals with the Linux make command and makefiles that form the integral part of the compilation process.
Some Basic Linux Commands, For Beginners...
Some Basic Linux Commands, For Beginners... An A-Z Index of the Linux BASH command line.
ecording Shoutcast With XMMS, the Linux Winamp clone
In XMMS, the Linux Winamp clone, you can record any Shoutcast station, or even can make WAV files out of MP3s. Just go to the Preferences section, click on Audio I/O Options, and select DiskWriter as your output plugin.
How to create your own linux distro???
I have an old computer system having 128MB DDR1 RAM, VIA PM266A board with Intel Celeron 2.53GHz processor....mine is Savage S3 graphics...i dont actually know the memory.....well it is only able to run windows xp sp2 ...i tried to install linux few times but it shows me error like frequency out of range.
Configuring your linux server as a Router
Four this Tutorial you will need 2 NIC's (network Interface cards) Configured and working properly with your linux distro. You will also need IPTABLES installed on your system.
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