Awesome! Here are few more Linux customization resources for you.
8 Great Alternative Desktop Managers For Linux
Various UNIX / Linux desktop managers (personally I’m big fan of both Gnome and Fluxbox), from the post:
Most of the Linux users should be familiar with Gnome and KDE since both of them are the most commonly used desktop managers in the various Linux distros. Now, if you are using an old PC with low hardware specs, you might find that the above two desktop environments are too heavy for your computer to handle.
In this case, you will have to consider using an alternative lightweight desktop manager for your Linux. Here are 8 of the best lightweight desktop managers that I personally use and recommend.
Cheat sheet act as a reference tool which provides cut and paste kind of commands to complete a specific task. I often recommend following set of best cheat sheets to students and IT professionals. It include Linux/UNIX command and shell scripting.
Microsoft is extending its management software to Linux and Unix by integrating some of the open source OpenPegasus project’s code into System Center Operations Manager.
In last months reader poll I asked about Firewall on dedicated UNIX / Linux box.
Do we really need a firewall?
Personally, I install firewall on all boxes to filter out unwanted junk and IPs; even if box is only running public service such as a web server. The overall idea is to limit access and reduce liability on my part if serer got rooted (read as compromised). Remember, bad boys never play by the rules.
Usually you run mysqldump to create a database copy and backups as follows:
Common Unix Printing System (CUPS) is a modular computer printing system for Apple OS X, Linux and UNIX like operating systems. It allows Linux computer to act as a printer server. As a server it accepts printing requests from all client computer and send them to actual printer. It does printing accounting and other important stuff.