Generating Secure Passwords in Linux

September 28th, 2014

LockHere’s a bunch of different ways you can generate secure passwords in Linux using the command line:
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Linux Screen Quick Start Guide

June 11th, 2014

LinuxScreen is a great tool for running multiple shell instances using a single SSH connection or virtual console. Here’s a quick start guide to screen.
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Cleaning Up WordPress Themes

June 11th, 2014

WordPress LogoBy default WordPress adds all sorts of code between the opening and closing head tags of a WordPress theme. Most themes also display notes below a comment form and solicit the commenter’s website address. You may want to get rid of all that so here’s how you do it.
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Debian Squeeze Long Term Support

June 11th, 2014

Debian LogoThe Debian developers announced last month that an outside team would be providing Long Term Support (LTS) for Debian 6.0 aka Squeeze. This means that you can continue using Debian Squeeze until February 2016.
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Apache authz_host: Order Deny,Allow vs. Order Allow,Deny

April 30th, 2014

Apacheauthz_host is an Apache module used to restrict access based on the client’s IP address or hostname. Order Allow,Deny and Order Deny,Allow are two of its directives that determine how the following Allow from and Deny from statements are interpreted. This post hopes to explain in simple terms how to use these properly.

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