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Linux Administration Tutorials
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How to Install Apache PHP and MySQL on Ubuntu
A detailed guide on how to install Apache PHP and MySQL on Ubuntu 12.10.
How DNS Works With Hosting Web Sites (Route 53)
Hosting Web Sites With Linux from the Linux Academy.
Changing The Time Zone In Linux (Command Line)
This article will cover several different ways to manage time in Linux.
Resizing Root Partition on Linux in Amazon EC2
Working with amazon EC2 and how to change root sizes
Learn Linux | Understanding Debian Based Package Management Tools
Debian based distributions come with several tools that make managing packages extremely easy.
How To Change Your Mac OS X Computer Name
Changing the computer name in OSX is really simple.
How to Backup Linux to Amazon S3 Using s3cmd
S3cmd is a program that allows you to backup your Linux box to Amazon S3. Amazon S3 allows you basically unlimited storage and, as long as you have the bandwidth, you can use it from any location. There are two options in a backup that you can use: you can either copy all the files over to an S3 bucket (called put) or you can use the sync command to sync file changes on a regular basis.
hings I Wish I Knew When Becomming A Linux Admin
Ten years ago I installed Linux for the very first time. To be exact, it was Slackware 7, the best distribution at the time in my opinion. Since then I’ve come to favor Debian Linux as my favorite version…at least for my Linux servers. I like to have a solid core system installed that I can build from scratch, but this is for another time. This article is for you new Linux admins; here are the ten things I wish I knew when starting my Linux admin journey.
Clear Caches on OS X Lion
Learn how to clear the caches out on your Mac running OS X Lion.
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.
Porting Perl To Python
Python programmers shouldn't get too smug. While many people agree that Python is designed in a way that makes it a highly readable language, there can still be problems with legacy, untested Python code too. Porting legacy Perl to Python can be a daunting task. In this article, learn some of the theory behind dealing with legacy code, including what not to do.
Yeah - Learn Linux: Maintain the integrity of filesystems
Learn how to check the integrity of your Linux filesystems, monitor free space, and fix simple problems. Use the material in this article to study for the Linux Professional Institute (LPI) 101 exam for Linux system administrator certification—or just to check your filesystems and keep them in good working order, especially after a system crash or power loss.
Ubuntu Linux solution stack implementation Demos
Here is a 4 part demo series to show you how to implement a solution stack (Rational Application Developer, WebSphere Application Server, and DB2 Express-C) on Ubuntu Linux, as well as how to integrate them in a Java application.
tar exclude multiple directories
A quick post to teach on how to exclude directories while using tar command in linux.
The Power of the UNIX Command-Line
One of the most novel and differentiating features of a UNIX system is its command line. With just a few keystrokes, including a bit of "glue", you can use the command line to combine the finite set of UNIX utilities into innumerable, impromptu data transforms. These articles will teach you the basics of the UNIX shell and discover how you can use the command line.
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