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Accessing Network Storage with Network File System

There are a number of steps that need to be taken before Network File System (NFS) allows clients access to data. This article describes...

Automate Tasks by Programming with Shell Scripts

Shell scripts are designed to be run on the command line on UNIX based systems. They include commands and instructions to perform specific tasks....
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Getting the Most Out of PostgreSQL

The amazing thing about the PostgreSQL RDBMS is that it has been developed entirely by a worldwide team of volunteers. It is not owned...

PC-MOS/386 Reborn in New Open Source Avataar

The open-sourced PC-MOS/386 v501 is unveiled for those who weren't around in 1987. Much to everyone's surprise it turned out that Roeland Jansen, one...

Browsix brings Unix to web browser

To let developers build applications without installing any bulky software, Browsix has emerged as a one-stop solution. The framework offers the essence of Unix...

Unix evolution now gets into a massive repository

If you are anxious to know the history of Unix and how it is evolved from being a project to a full-fledged open source...
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Netcat: The TCP/IP Swiss Army Knife

Here’s an introduction to Netcat, the powerful computer networking utility that performs numerous network related tasks. It is designed to be a dependable back-end,...

A Beginner’s Guide to Grep: Basics and Regular Expressions

Grep is one among the system administrator's "Swiss Army knife" set of tools, and is extremely useful to search for strings and patterns in...

iLinuxBot: Designing Botnets to Manage Linux Clients

This article is to encourage newbies to use a little creativity to solve real-world problems. It shows you how to manage a Linux lab,...

Installing and Using PostgreSQL Modules

In this article, we will learn how to install and use the PostgreSQL modules chkpass, fuzzystrmatch, isn and hstore. Modules add different capabilities to...
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