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HowTo upgrade Ubuntu with CDs to save bandwidth

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Securing phpmyadmin In Ubuntu Server 12.04/12.04.2

Quoted This post is important because phpmyadmin no longer just works after apt-get install, it requires additional steps to get working. Aside from these changes, due to recent reports on phpmyadmin being exploited it’s important to secure it, you

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Protect Your Online Privacy with Tor Browser

Quoted to: Tor (The Onion Router) browser makes things more difficult to trace our Internet activities. Using Tor, we can keep our identity more secure around the Internet. In simple words, you can surf the Internet anonymously and it’s

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Local DNS server with Bind9 on Ubuntu

  Quoted to: The goal of this article is to describe how to setup your own DNS server to serve the domain name service entries for a TLD ( In the last part of the article I describe how to increase the

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Install Adobe Photoshop CS5 on Linux with WINE

Quated By Jack Wallen Takeaway: Jack Wallen shows you the steps to install Adobe Photoshop CS5 on Linux with WINE when the GIMP toolbox just isn’t enough. The Linux community has been calling out to Adobe for years to

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Install Openbravo in Ubuntu

Quoteed Installation/Ubuntu Openbravo has a native Ubuntu package available from Openbravo repository, which allows Ubuntu users to easily and quickly add the software to their Ubuntu server. This part of the document explains the installation of Openbravo ERP in

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Debian Linux Set BIND 9 Caching DNS Server

Quated by: The resolving name servers directly finds out information about the root servers, top level domains and authoritative name servers. It also speed up queries by caching results locallly as configured by hostmater in their domains’ TTL field.

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Zimbra is an open source alternative for Microsoft Exchange Server

Zimbra is the first enterprise-grade open source alternative for Microsoft Exchange Server. Read on to find out how to set up your own open source collaboration and email server and finally wave goodbye to Microsoft Exchange… This article originally appeared

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Basic setting up secure Ubuntu LAMP Server

Intro Having recently been through the process of setting up a few Ubuntu LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) servers lately I thought I’d make an article out of my notes and provide a starters guide to setting up the LAMP

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Ubuntu Intrepid – Installing Nginx via aptitude

Nginx is a popular lightweight server for those who do not need the bulk and extra services that Apache may offer. This article will look at installing Nginx on an Ubuntu Intrepid Slice using the ‘aptitude’ package manager.

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Rodel Sales is a freelance I.T Professional . Start blogging on May 2013 to share my technical skills to other I.T professionals, and collect imperative guide from the internet world.
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