How to Install KDE Desktop in Debian Linux | Gnome 3 in Debian not for you? Try KDE in Debian Wheezy!
Best Practices for Linux Administration | Here are best practices for Linux Administration. By following these, one can be sure that a solid foundation is built which any IT staff present and future can easily follow.
How to run a Tor Relay on Ubuntu or Debian | Here is a quick how-to for setting up a Tor relay on Ubuntu or Debian Linux!
How to Install Apache in Windows | To install Apache in Windows, use builds available from the Apache Lounge. The Apache Lounge provides current up-to-date Apache releases compiled with current versions of OpenSSL for best security. This is preferred over apache.org Windows builds as apache.org does not maintain OpenSSL security updates. The download link is: http://www.apachelounge.com/download At the time of this post,
Debian Administrator’s Handbook | Two well known Debian developers have written the Debian Administrator’s Handbook. It is now available in paper back as well as ebook formats. Check it out! http://debian-handbook.info/2012/the-debian-administrators-handbook-is-
Tips for Writing Technical Documentation | Technical writers often work with software developers or system administrators to document procedures, provide instructional documentation, or perhaps other end user guides or information. Here are some tips! Good documentation has these qualities: Easy to read Assists user to overcome or solve problems and perform tasks more efficiently Easily accessible Targed to its audience Aesthetically
CentOS 6 netinstall URL | The netinstall method has changed for CentOS 6. Use the following URLs to install via the netinstall iso: 32 bit: http://mirror.centos.org/centos/6/os/i386/ 64 bit: http://mirror.centos.org/centos/6/os/x86_64/
Bash Tips – Return to Previous Location | Ok this is a quick one, but useful! To return to the previous working directory, simply type: cd – and hit enter. Cool!
Hardending Red Hat Linux, OS X, and Windows | The security folks at the NSA have online guides on how to secure Linux, OS X, and Windows operating systems. These are definitely worth a read of all articles even if an OS in question is not your main cup of tea. Here is the link: http://www.nsa.gov/ia/guidance/security_configuration_guides/operating_systems.shtml Page has been taken down This direct link