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Complete Guide to Setup a Linux Server - Part 1
Complete Guide to Setup a Linux Server - Part 1
If you don't have Ubuntu Server then you should download it. I downloaded Ubuntu 10.10 64 bit. You need to know if your processor is 32 or 64 bit before decided which to download.
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Changing the host name on a linux box
Changing the host name on a linux box
This is a simple process ... But again, probably you dont know it since you are looking for it.
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Change username in Linux
Change username in Linux
It is fairly simple but here is the command: Replace with the new username you want and replace
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Bash Scripting: Automate Linux
Bash Scripting: Automate Linux
We all love Linux, but sometimes its a bit to much to handle all the hassle.
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Keeping your Ubuntu/Debian Machines Clean
Keeping your Ubuntu/Debian Machines Clean
I tend to install a lot of stuff on my Ubuntu machines. Much of this I do for curiosity and then report it here. This means that not only do I get to check out lots of interesting stuff, but my machines also start getting cluttered with stale files, old versions and orphaned files. Here are two quick ways to help clean up your system.
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Adding NTFS Support to your Linux Distribution
Adding NTFS Support to your Linux Distribution
Many Linux Distrobutions Ship with no NTFS Support. NTFS Is the windows File System.
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Tutorial:  IPTABLES - Linux Firewall Configuration
Tutorial: IPTABLES - Linux Firewall Configuration
A new tutorial on iptables has been posted. You can read about it here: http://www.totalpenguin.com/content/view/44/40/
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X Windows/GUI Apps through SSH
X Windows/GUI Apps through SSH
I learned this and thought I would share. First check the /etc/ssh/ssh_config on the server you want to use X Applications/GUI - Look for this line:
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operating system accessment help
operating system accessment help
Write a script with an infinite loop that provides the following options: 1. Enter items and print bill 2. Reprint bill... 3. Backup bill directory
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Binding keyboard keys in Linux
Binding keyboard keys in Linux
This is a simple and pretty straight forward tutorial, how to bind keys in KDE so you can access any file by just pressing a sequence of buttons from your keyboard.
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Using Tar in linux to make a backup
Using Tar in linux to make a backup
Using Tar in linux to make a backup This is just a small example of how you can use the TAR application with linux to generate a powerfull backup script triggered by a cron.
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Installing unreal IRCd From Source
Installing unreal IRCd From Source
First tutorial hgere from a Fedora Developer. Ok to begin we will need to download the Unreal IRCd Source to do this go to the website
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Quake 3 Arena server start/stop/restart script for linux
Quake 3 Arena server start/stop/restart script for linux
Script for server owners to easier control server, it has start, restart, stop and status commands
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Quake 3 Arena server check script
Quake 3 Arena server check script
Script that checks if your quake 3 arena server is still running, if not it will start it up
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Poor Mans Self-Extracting Archive
Poor Mans Self-Extracting Archive
I'm going to be up-front about this...creating a shell script that is a self-extracting archive is rather useless. However, the concept behind it is. This entire tutorial hinges around a few simple things: grep, cut, sed, and the pound sign ( # ).
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