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DNS How-To for Google Apps Users

DNS How-To for Google Apps Users | Google Apps of course is awesome email, docs, calender and such for organizations or individuals. To further take advantage of Google Apps for your organization, it is possible to input additional DNS records. In doing this, mail.yourdomain.com goes to your google apps mail, as well as others: calendar.yourdomain.com – your google apps calendar docs.yourdomain.com

Batch Rename Files with rename

Batch Rename Files with rename | How can I batch rename files in Linux? There are tons of how-tos and guides on using sed, mv, and other commands to batch rename files. However, a very powerful tool available in Debian and Ubuntu Linux is simply rename. The rename command can be used to mass / bulk rename files, file extensions, rename

Rotate MySQL Backups With Logrotate

Rotate MySQL Backups With Logrotate | logrotate can be used to rotate and auto-purge any file, including mysql backups. This very server (scottlinux.com) backs up a mysql dump daily, keeping the previous 8 with this method. I’ll show you how: 1. Create the following file, editing as desired. This example backs up all mysql databases in one dump. Of course you

shellinabox With Apache Authentication Over HTTPS 443

shellinabox With Apache Authentication Over HTTPS 443 | shellinabox is an amazing web-based SSH client. It is very handy if you are not on a machine with a good terminal app, are filtered to not having port 22 available, or other uses such as a good web based shell to use while on the ChromeOS notebook. This guide shows how to setup and

SysRq Key to the Rescue!

SysRq Key to the Rescue! | That odd SysRq key (short for System Request) on your keyboard is actually very useful in Linux. Most laptops today have removed that key, but if you have a desktop or server with this available, keep this cheat sheet handy: Credit: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magic_SysRq_key Press Alt+SysRq+ one of the following keys to give some life to your