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Midnight Commander (mc) is an user-friendly text-based file manager UI for Unix. Using mc, you can browse the filesystem easily and manipulate the files and directories quickly. You will not miss the standard command line prompt, which is also available within the mc itself. If you are new to mc, Midnight Commander (mc) Guide: Powerful Text based File Manager for Unix article will give you a quick jumpstart. In this article, let us review how to solve couple of common annoyance about viewing a file in mc.

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One of my client runs dedicated NS1 and NS2 to host more than 3000+ domains. Recently they upgraded their servers to latest Dual Core Dual AMD server with CentOS 5.0 and BIND server. By default BIND / named will try to determine the number of CPUs present and create one thread per CPU. If it […]

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I’ve already wrote about setting up a Linux transparent squid proxy system. However I’m getting lots of questions about Squid basic installation and configuration: How do I install Squid Proxy server on CentOS 5 Liinux server? Sure Squid server is a popular open source GPLd proxy and web cache. It has a variety of uses, […]

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I have received many queries regarding how to configure and install Lighttpd web server under Red Hat Enterprise Linux version 4.0. Mark asks: RHEL 64 bit v4.0 does not support PHP as FastCGI. Lighttpd is not available from RHN (up2date command). How do I configure and install lighttpd with FastCGI? Ok let me answer these […]

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The useradd command is used to create a new user or update default new user information from the command line. However, sometimes you need to create a large number of users or import usernames from a text file. You can use newusers command, which update and create new users in batch.

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Recently I have noticed that my Apache error log file shows it is generating segmentation faults. After doing little research I came to know that there is not simple solution to find of causes of this problem. I got an error that read as follows: [Mon May 8 11:20:09 2006] [notice] Apache/2 (WebAppBETA) child pid […]

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