Monthly Archives: March 2013

linux – Get the date of the most recent entry (file or directory) within a directory – Stack Overflow

linux – Get the date of the most recent entry (file or directory) within a directory – Stack Overflow I have a bunch of directories with different revisions of the same c++ project within. I’d like to make things sorted … Continue reading

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Securing Debian Manual – Before you begin

Securing Debian Manual – Before you begin

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How to connect to remote X11 hosts from a Mac | Platforms – InfoWorld

How to connect to remote X11 hosts from a Mac | Platforms – InfoWorld

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How to use Photoshop in Ubuntu using virtualbox

prtfl.io: How to use Photoshop in Ubuntu

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tmux Tutorial – Split Terminal Windows Easily

Terminator is easy to install and it does exactly what it’s supposed to do – it can split terminal windows both horizontally and vertically, according to user’s requirements. It also allows to keep multiple tabs opened in case splitting one … Continue reading

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Running Multiple Linux Servers as KVM Virtual Machines | Steven Gordon

Running Multiple Linux Servers as KVM Virtual Machines | Steven Gordon

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Security Quick-Start HOWTO for Linux

Step 1: Which services do we really need?: netstat -tap |grep LISTEN

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Re: Hamachi 2 Linux – how to get a new ID for a cl… – LogMeIn Community

Hamachi 2 Linux – how to get a new ID for a client Just stop hamachi, remove´┐Ż/var/lib/logmein-hamachi and start hamachi again.

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Stop exim and/or dovecot from running at startup

Stop exim and/or dovecot from running at startup: I don’t suggest this modification, since both exim and dovecot have a very small memory footprint. But, since you asked… You can disable them by running “update-rc.d -f remove exim” and “update-rc.d … Continue reading

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ownCloud on a Raspberry Pi

Nick’s Projects: ownCloud on a Raspberry Pi This is a project that I have wanted to do for quite a while now. I finally got a free day this previous weekend, so I thought I would dedicate a little time … Continue reading

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