December 2007

The best and top most posts of year 2007 that were emailed / viewed and printed by our readers over the year (part IV of IV): => Howto: Connect MySQL server using C program API under Linux or UNIX => Howto Linux rename multiple files at a shell prompt => Linux password manager that also […]

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Conduit is a synchronization software solution for Linux GNOME desktop. With this software you can take your email, files, bookmarks, and any other type of personal information

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The best and top most posts of year 2007 that were emailed / viewed and printed by our readers over the year (part III of IV): => Installing VMWARE server on CentOS 5 or Red hat enterprise Linux 64 bit version => 10 boot time parameters you should know about the Linux kernel => Test […]

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FTP is insecure protocol, but file-transfer is required all time. You can use OpenSSH Server to transfer file using SCP and SFTP (secure ftp) without setting up an FTP server. However, this feature also grants ssh shell access to a user. Basically OpenSSH requires a valid shell. Here is how sftp works: SCP/SFTP -> SSHD […]

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The best and top most posts of year 2007 that were emailed / viewed and printed by our readers over the year (part II of IV): => Sending email or mail with attachment from command or shell prompt => Recover MySQL root password => Configure static routes in Debian or Red Hat Linux systems => […]

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The sed (Stream Editor) is very powerful tool. Each line of input is copied into a pattern space. You can run editing commands on each input line to delete or change the input. For example, delete lines containing word DVD, enter: cat input.txt | sed ‘/DVD/d’ To Print the lines between each pair of words […]

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The best and top most posts of year 2007 that were emailed / viewed and printed by our readers over the year: => Resize Windows Partition with Open Source Software => Linux: Setup a transparent proxy with Squid in three easy steps => How do I find out Linux CPU utilization? => How Do I […]

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