FAQ Updates: Sep/05/2011

Posted on in Categories FAQ, Sys admin last updated September 5, 2011

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FAQ Updates: July/12/2011

Posted on in Categories FAQ, Sys admin last updated July 12, 2011

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FAQ Updates – June/26/2011

Posted on in Categories Sys admin last updated June 26, 2011

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FAQ Updates – May/27/2011

Posted on in Categories Sys admin last updated June 5, 2011

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

  1. Linux Find Out CPU Architecture Information
  2. Gnome Network Manager VPN Tab Disabled ( Greyed out )
  3. Gnome Volume Control: Disabled Sound Themes
  4. Debian Linux (Squeeze) Install Firefox 4
  5. UNIX: Find Out the Server Model
  6. Linux / UNIX: Run Command a Number of Times In a Row
  7. Linux: TMOUT To Automatically Log Users Out
  8. RHEL 6: Change OpenSSH Port To 1255 ( SELinux Config )
  9. RHEL 6: semanage SELinux Command Not Found
  10. HowTo: UNIX Set Date and Time Command

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Google Public DNS Servers Launched

Posted on in Categories Linux, Linux desktop, Networking, News, OS X, RedHat/Fedora Linux, Sys admin, Windows, windows vista last updated December 5, 2009

Today, Google has announced the launch of their free DNS resolution service. Many ISPs and 3rd party provider such as OpenDNS snoops around or send traffic to ad servers. However, Google promises not to play with end users and send the exact response his or her computer expects without performing any blocking, filtering, or redirection that may hamper a user’s browsing experience. In other words Google will not hijacking your traffic on non-existent domain name and it will follow strict RFC standard.