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Security and Hardening Tips of Apache Wen Server on Debian-based Linux distributions
http://www.bytelinux.com/apache-security-tips/
How to Secure Apache Web server on Debian-based Linux Distributions - Minimal Security Measures
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Solve green line problem in #VLC #media player – #Linux
The problem of getting a border of green color around the video is common in latest versions of our favorite distributions. Fedora 21 and Ubuntu 14.10 users have reported this problem often.
Solve green lines problem in VLC media player. The source of problem is video output method used by VLC. By default it is set to automatic.
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Don't miss this weeks episode....
 
We talk about Linux and tonight Docker...Brian is going to share his thoughts on the where and how to use Docker.
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My first of two talk submissions.  They will likely only choose one.  So let them know which one you think I should present. :)
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Top Interview Questions for Network Engineer/Administrator (Security) Download Files. (go to the article)
GNS3 Lab: Linux integration - Basic IPv6 Infrastructure. Download Files. (go to the article)
GNS3 Lab: OSPF Areas. Download Files. (go to the article)
Top Interview Questions for Network Engineer-Administrators (Data-WAN) Download Files. (go to the article)
GNS3 Lab for CCNA Voice: VTGO-PC Multilab. Download Files. (go to the article)
GNS Labs: BGP Weight, Local Preference, and MED. Download Files. (go to the article)
GNS3 Labs for CCNA: STP Configuration and Verification. Download Files. (go to the article)
Using Linux Tools with Cisco Devices for Access Control. Download Files. (go to the article)
GNS3 Lab: Troubleshooting and Resolve Route Filtering Issues. Download Files. (go to the article)
GNS3 Lab for CCNA: BGP Troubleshooting and Configuration. Download Files. (go to the article)
GNS3 Lab for CCNA: GRE Tunnels Configuration and Verification. Download Files. (go to the article)
GNS3 Lab for CCNA: EIGRP Configuration and Verification. Download Files. (go to the article)
GNS3 Lab for CCNA: Basic NAT. Download Files. (go to the article)
GNS3 Lab for CCNA: HSRP Configuration and Verification. Download Files. (go to the article)
CCP Lab #5: Zone Based Firewall – Self Zone (Part 2) config files. Download Files. (go to the article)
GNS3 Lab: Configuring and Verifying GLBP. Download Files. (go to the article)
GNS3 Lab: Troubleshooting EIGRP. Download Files. (go to the article)
GNS3 Lab: Advanced Access Control Lists (ACL). Download Files. (go to the article)
GNS3 Lab: MPLS Layer 2 VPM AToM. Download Files. (go to the article)
GNS3 Lab: Troubleshooting OSPF. Download Files. (go to the article)
GNS3 Lab: Introduction to DMVPN. Download Files. (go to the article)
GNS3 Labs for CCNA: Basic Access Control Lists (ACL). Download Files. (go to the article)
Using Linux Tools with Cisco Devices, part 2. Download Files. (go to the article)
GNS3 Lab: Introduction to MPLS Layer 3 VPN, part 2. Download Files. (go to the article)
GNS3 Labs for CCNA: DHCP Server Configuration. Download Files. (go to the article)
Using Linux Tools with Cisco Devices (GNS3 configs). Download Files. (go to the article)
GNS3 lab: Introduction to CCNA. Download Files. (go to the article)
GNS3 lab: Configuring PPP. Download Files. (go to the article)
CCNA prep: Configuring Point-to-Point WANs. Download Files. (go to the article)
CCNA prep: Configuring Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet. Download Files. (go to the article)
Packet Tracer lab practice: Configuring BGP. Download Files.(go to the article)
Glasnost: Introduction and Configuration. Download Makefile. (go to the article)
CCNA prep: Configuring Zone-Based Policy Firewall. Download Files.  (go to the article)
CCNA prep: Configuring Layer 2 Security. Download Files. (go to the article)
CCNA prep: Configuring Intrusion Prevention System. Download Files. (go to the article)
CCNA prep: Configuring Generic Routing Encapsulation. Download Files. (go to the article)
Packet Tracer lab: Wireless LANs (WLAN). Download Files. (go to the article)
GNS3 Lab: MPLS VPN. Download Files. (go to the article)
A Tip for Developing SQL Reporting Services Reports. Download Files. (go to the article)
CCNA Prep: Configuring Quality of Service. Download Files. (go to the article)
CCNA Prep: Configuring Context-Based Access Control. Download Files. (go to the article)
CCNA Prep: Configuring OSPF Areas. Download Files. (go to the article)
CCNA Prep: Configuring IPSec VPN. Download Files. (go to the article)
CCNA Prep: Configuring AAA. Download Files. (go to the article)
CCNA Prep: Configuring IP Services. Download Files. (go to the article)
Network Management Labs in GNS3 part 2. Download Files. (go to the article)
CCNA Prep: Configuring EIGRP: Download Files. (go to the article)
Network Management Labs in GNS3. Download Files. (go to the article)
CCNA Prep: Configuring LAN Switches. Download Packet Tracer Files. (go to the article)
CCNA Prep: Troubleshooting OSPF. Download Packet Tracer Files. (go to the article)
CCNA Prep: Configuring OSPF. Download Packet Tracer Files. (go to the article)
CCNA Prep: A Scenario with Frame Relay. Download Packet Tracer Files (go to the article)
CCNA Prep: NAT/PAT Protocol. Download Packet Tracer Files (go to the article)
CCNA Prep: A Routing Scenario with IP v6: Dual Stack. Download Packet Tracer Files (go to the article)
CCNA Prep: Creation and Use of a VTP Domain. Download Packet Tracer Files (go to the article)
CCNA Prep: A scenario with Access Lists. Download Packet Tracer Files (go to the article)
CCNA Prep: Inter-VLAN Routing. Download Packet Tracer Files (go to the article)
 
CCNA Voice Prep: VoIP -Basic Labs. Download Packet Tracer Files (go to the article)
CCNA Voice Prep: VoIP -Intermediate Labs. Download Packet Tracer Files (go to the article)
 
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Cool Infographic
 
RedHat/CentOS boot sequence diagram

#redhat #centos
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That's cool but I can't spell to save my life so I wonder if it translate my bad spelling...
 
Betty Is Like Siri Or Google Now For The Command Line (Translates Plain English Into Commands): http://www.webupd8.org/2014/05/betty-is-like-siri-or-google-now-for.html

Betty is like Siri or Google Now for the command line. Well, sort of. The tool translates plain English into commands: it displays the command it runs and obviously, the command output, in the terminal. It can even speak the command output.

#Linux #Ubuntu #Mac #OSX #CommandLine #CLI #Bash  
Betty is like Siri or Google Now for the command line. Well, sort of. The tool translates plain Eng...
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Siege Your Servers! - Setting up Web servers is fairly simple. In fact, it's so simple that once the server is set up, we often don't think about it anymore. It wasn't until I had a very large Web site rollout fail miserably that I started to research a method for load-testing servers before releasing a Web site to production. more>> http://ow.ly/2GDK1g
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Top #GTK #Themes to look out for in 2015
I am telling you the most beautiful GTK themes for
#Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and 14.10 #Utopic Unicorn. Well these are also available for other #Linux distributions. You can find these beautiful icon themes on Noobslab and Gnome-look for you favorite distro.
Customize the look and feel of your Ubuntu OS with these
GTK themes:
http://www.attabot.org/featured/top-gtk-themes-to-look-out-for-in-2015/
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Do you want to learn how to program Android apps?  Have you been making excuses about not knowing how to setup a development environment?  My buddy Greg has your answer.  Vagabond is an easy way to setup a vagrant environment all ready to get started developing.  Go check it out...
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How To Get Ambient Display In Any Android Device
Ambient display, a new feature introduced with Android-5 Lollipop, by Google. It shows the notifications arrive on lock screen and provide direct access. It’s a great feature, currently supported in Nexus 6 that is Android Lollipop 5 device and working as “Actively Display”, the default feature in Moto X device
Ambient display, a new feature introduced with Android-5 Lollipop by Google. It shows the notifications arrive on lock screen and provide direct access.
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In case you are looking for a hotel for Ohio Linux Fest...
 
http://ohiolinux.org/hotels That hard to find hotel link is here!
 (it is in a drop down list when you hover over registration, when you are in the registration page)
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My second of two talk submissions.  They will likely only choose one.  So let them know which one you think I should present. :)
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Google has released details for how to set up Chrome Remote Desktop on some Linux distributions.
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It's nice when I good trend just keeps on rolling...
 
Linux use among the world's largest enterprises
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I want one..
 
Canonical Announces The Orange Box $12k USD Ubuntu Cluster Suitcase

via phoronix.com and linux.com

Excerpt from Phoronix article
The Orange Box, which isn't to be confused with Valve's video game compilation, is a 10-node cluster computer designed by Canonical and TranquilPC for showing off Ubuntu Linux.

The Orange Box is designed to be a "spectacular development platform" for showcasing Ubuntu, MAAS, Juju, Landscape, OpenStack, Hadoop, and other technologies. Canonical's Orange Box can be a compact cloud, powerful computational machine, or a lightweight cluster.

Inside the "Orange Box" that's about the size of a suit-case are ten Intel Ivy Bridge NUCs, a D-Link Gigabit switch, 100-240 AC/DC power supply, and the first node also has a Centrino Advanced-N 6235 WiFi Adapter, and 2TB Western Digital HDD. Per node for the Intel NUCs is a Core i5 3427U CPU + HD Graphics 4000 + 16GB DDR3 RAM + 128GB SSD root disk + Gigabit Ethernet per node. Thus in total it comes down to a 40-core, 160GB RAM, 1.2TB SATA solid state storage, and Gigabit-backed network.

http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=MTY4ODc

http://blog.dustinkirkland.com/2014/05/the-orange-box-cloud-for-free-man.html
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Cool tool...
 
New release of Lynis (auditing tool for Linux/Unix), version 1.5.2 available. Thanks for the great feedback and sharing!
http://cisofy.com/lynis/
Lynis is an open source security auditing tool. Part of Lynis Enterprise Suite, it's main goal is to audit and harden Unix and Linux based systems.
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