Monthly Archive: June 2014

Jun 30 2014

Link: Easily Manage / Connect To SSH Hosts With Guake Indicator

Guake Indicator is an Ubuntu AppIndicator for Guake terminal users, useful for those who need to connect to multiple SSH hosts frequently: the indicator lets you easily manage your favorite SSH hosts and establish new SSH connections via Guake. Full article here: Easily Manage / Connect To SSH Hosts With Guake Indicator (Web Upd8)

Jun 29 2014

Link: 8 Cool Ways To Use SCP

The SCP protocol is a network protocol, based on the BSD RCP protocol, which supports file transfers between hosts on a network. SCP uses Secure Shell (SSH) for data transfer and utilizes the same mechanisms for authentication, thereby ensuring the authenticity and confidentiality of the data in transit. A client can send (upload) files to …

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Jun 28 2014

Link: 18 Examples to Learn Iptable Rules On CentOS

Iptable is the administration tool for IPv4 packet filtering and NAT. Iptables is used to set up, maintain, and inspect the tables of IPv4 packet filter rules in the Linux kernel. Several different tables may be defined.Each table contains a number of built-in chains and may also contain user-defined chains.Each chain is a list of …

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Jun 27 2014

Link: Prevent System Sleep While a Process or Command is Active in Mac OS X

Many Mac users use utilities to temporarily prevent their computer from sleeping, often relying on sleep corners, the third party tool called Caffeine, pmset, or more recently, the command line utility that is now bundled with OS X called caffeinate. By default, the Caffeine menubar item and the caffeinate command both will prevent sleep as …

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Jun 26 2014

Notes on upgrading XBMC to Gotham on a Ubuntu Linux box

Just a few notes that may help anyone planning on upgrading from XBMC Frodo to Gotham on a Ubuntu Linux system. Many XBMC users will likely have already done this, but if you’ve been putting it off, here are some things to know: First, before upgrading, enable the default skin (Confluence) in Frodo. That way, …

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Jun 25 2014

Link: How to speed up directory navigation in a Linux terminal

As useful as navigating through directories from the command line is, rarely anything has become as frustrating as repeating over and over “cd ls cd ls cd ls …” If you are not a hundred percent sure of the name of the directory you want to go to next, you have to use ls. Then …

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Jun 24 2014

Link: How to Clear and Manage “Recent Places” In OS X

Whenever you save files to a specific location on your Mac, OS X will save this location in a “Recent Places” listing which will be available the next time you save another file. This feature allows quick access to the folders you commonly use and hence saves a lot of your precious work time. By …

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Jun 23 2014

Links: Setup DHCP Server On CentOS 6.5 or Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Server

DHCP Server is used to distribute IP addresses to the clients in your network. DHCP stands for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. It reduces the work burden to a system admin if he/she have to assign IP addresses manually to more than 100+ systems. Full articles here: Setup DHCP Server On CentOS 6.5 (Unixmen) Setup DHCP …

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Jun 22 2014

Link: How to Use a Raspberry Pi as a Local Web Server

The Raspberry Pi might look like a small, almost inconsequential computer, but don’t let looks deceive you. It is a fully functional Linux machine capable of performing a large variety of functions including acting as a local web server. The most common setup for a Linux-based web server is a “LAMP” server, where LAMP stands …

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Jun 21 2014

Link: 9 commands to check hard disk partitions and disk space on Linux

In this post we are taking a look at some commands that can be used to check up the partitions on your system. The commands would check what partitions there are on each disk and other details like the total size, used up space and file system etc. Commands like fdisk, sfdisk and cfdisk are …

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