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Our FAQ section is updated in last few days with new howtos:

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I‘m still working on getting my rss feed mess which bombarded your feed reader and inbox two days ago. Meanwhile, our FAQ section is updated in last few days with new howtos (if you want FAQ updates just follow us on twitter or identi.ca):

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The following information indicates the FAQ people are reading and e-mailing to their friends from our FAQ section. Data is collected via a plugin (Email plugin) placed on every page. Please note that no personally identifiable information is stored by the system or disclosed here. => I forgot my root password, how can I get […]

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This document contains a set of frequently-asked questions concerning Bash, the GNU Bourne-Again Shell. Bash is a free and default command interpreter with advanced features for both interactive use and shell programming under Linux. Also don’t forget TLDP bash guide / Advanced Bash-Scripting Guide.

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Recently updated/posted Linux and UNIX FAQ (mostly useful to new Linux/UNIX administrators or users) : Linux / UNIX: Generating random password with mkpasswd Delete all root mail / inbox from a shell prompt How to: Allow telnet and ssh through iptables under Linux Squid Proxy Server Mac Address based filtering Squid proxy authentication in transparent […]

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Recently updated/posted Linux and UNIX FAQ (mostly useful to new Linux/UNIX administrators or users) : Ubuntu Linux: Upgrade Linux Kernel Lighttpd virtualhost configuration ~ name-based virtual hosting How to: Find Out Whether a UNIX / Linux Process Is Running or Not Linux: Find my IP address using Perl at a shell prompt FreeBSD: Get / […]

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Recently updated/posted Linux and UNIX FAQ (mostly useful to new Linux/UNIX administrators or users) : How to: Disable firewall on RHEL / CemtOS / Redhat Linux Linux: Find out what kernel drivers (modules) are loaded How to: Set JAVA_HOME / PATH variables Under Linux Bash Profile How to: Turning off SFTP server under Linux / […]

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