Monthly Archive: February 2015

Feb 28 2015

Link: An Introduction To Access Control Lists (ACL)

Access Control List (ACL) provides an additional, more flexible permission mechanism for file systems. ACLs allow you to provide different levels of access to files and folders for different users. It is designed to assist with UNIX file permissions. ACL allows you to give permissions for any user or group to any disc resource. Full …

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Feb 27 2015

Link: Create Linux USBs easily with the dd command

Creating a USB with dd is very easy. Open a terminal and follow these steps Full article here: Create Linux USBs easily with the dd command (The Stupid User)

Feb 26 2015

Link: Cron Jobs for Beginners

Cron Jobs are used for scheduling tasks to run on the server. They’re most commonly used for automating system maintenance or administration. However, they are also relevant to web application development. There are many situations when a web application may need certain tasks to run periodically. Today we are going to explore the fundamentals of …

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Feb 25 2015

How to set up an alternate SIP port (other than 5060) using Webmin

One problem that some VoIP users are experiencing these days is that they have trouble connecting to their home Asterisk, FreeSWITCH, YATE, or other software PBX server, but only when using certain ISP’s.  One suspicion is that certain ISP’s that offer their own VoIP or traditional landline service attempt to mess with packets using the …

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Feb 24 2015

Link: Linux Basics: How To Check The State Of A Network Interface Card

Normally, we can easily check the state of a network interface card like whether the cable plugged in to the slot or the network card is up or down in Graphical mode. What if you have only command line mode? Ofcourse, you can turn around the system and check for the cable is properly plugged …

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Feb 23 2015

Link: 13 Basic Linux Networking Commands

Maintaining of system and network up and running is a task of System / Network Administrator’s job. In this article we are going to review 13 Basic Linux Networking Commands frequently used network configuration and troubleshoot in Linux. Full article here: 13 Basic Linux Networking Commands (Project: Fenix)

Feb 22 2015

Link: 4 Useful Cron Alternatives For Linux

For those who are familiar with the Unix system, you will also be familiar with the cron application that allows you to schedule and automate tasks to run on their own. We even have tutorials that show you how to get started with cron and crontabs. However, cron is not perfect, as it requires your …

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Feb 21 2015

Link: How To Install Openfire On CentOS 7

Openfire is a real time collaboration (RTC) server licensed under the Open Source Apache License. It is also known as Jabber. It uses the only widely adopted open protocol for instant messaging, XMPP. The full name of XMPP is Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol. It is a real-time communication protocol (which includes chat) based on XML. Installation …

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Feb 20 2015

Link: Easily Update Your Raspbian SD Cards for the Pi 2 with These Commands

The Raspberry Pi 2 is a serious upgrade over older versions, and that means you’ll need to update a lot of your software to use it. You could make a whole new SD card, but if you have old projects that you don’t want to lose, The Pi Hut shows off the upgrade process in …

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Feb 19 2015

Link: Creating and Setting Up Your Own Forum Using phpBB

phpBB is one of the most widely used free discussion board scripts. This free and very powerful application is easy to install and administer. It allows flexibility in terms of design and organization. phpBB is a free flat-forum bulletin board software solution that can be used to stay in touch with a group of people or …

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