XPenguins is a program for animating cute cartoons animals in your root window. By default it will be penguins they drop in from the top of the screen, walk along the tops of your windows, up the side of your windows, levitate, skateboard, and do other similarly exciting things. Now you can send an army of cute little penguins to invade the screen of someone else on your network.
Firefox 3 Release Candidate 1 has been released and download it while it is hot!
This test suite creates a BitTorrent-like transfer between your machine and our server, and determines whether or not your ISP is limiting such traffic. This is a first step towards making traffic manipulation by ISPs more transparent to their customers.
AWStats is a free powerful tool that generates advanced web, streaming, ftp or mail server statistics, graphically. This log analyzer works as a CGI or from command line. This document describes awstats configuration.
This is a nice shell scripting hack. It allows you to give a progress bar like wget to cp command.
Here is a quick tip, if you wish to perform an unattended download of large files such as a Linux DVD ISO image file use the wget command.
Malware is used for a malicious purpose. It can be in your software or hardware. Email and pirated software is the most powerful way to spread malware. Malware inserted in a system without user notification.
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As most of you may know to how extract a tarballs and/or a zip files. Someone, recently PM me with a question:
How do I extract an RPM package without installing it on my Fedora Linux or CentOS or RHEL (Red Hat Enterprise Linux) Suse Linux?
It appears that many people or sys admin want to run php 5 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Unfortunately Redhat does not provide this package (RPM file) for RHEL. You can download source code and install php 5 from official php site. This requires compiler collection on your system. Download source code and just follow instructions presented in INSTALL or REDME file.
Another option is search and installs PHP 5 packages. You can download x86_64 PHP 5 package here. Use wget command to download these packages and rpm command to install new packages. But first remove old php4 package using rpm -e command.
Alert: This post is outdated. Please use the latest version of RHEL/CentOS v6.x+ for PHP 5.x. The author no longer support php 5 rpm on RHEL 4.x.
However these rpm packages 64 bit so if you are running 32 bit os rebuild RPM file.
Step # 1: Download src rpm
# cd /tmp
# wget http://www.cyberciti.biz/files/lighttpd/rhel4-php5-fastcgi/php-5.1.4-1.esp1.src.rpm
# rpm -ivh php-5.1.4-1.esp1.src.rpm
Step #2: Rebuild RPM for 32 bit RHEL version
# cd /usr/src/redhat/SPECS
# rpmbuild -bb php.spec
It will take some time to compile and rebuild RPM files.
Step #3: Install new php5 RPM file
Remove old php4 rpm. Go to /usr/src/redhat/RPMS directory and install PHP5 RPM files.
Please note that PHP 5 is not official supported by Red Hat on RHEL 4.0. You are using these packages on your own risk 😉