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  • Integrating Calc Into Your Business

    Depending on the business and industry, spreadsheets can be anything from very simple lists used for sorting to kazillion cell

  • Neat Tricks With Perl

    Automate redundant repetitive tasks with Perl, using these ten neat tricks!

  • Unix Shell - Part One

    The word Unix has traditionally brought to mind images of a mystical operating system for high-end workstations

  • Unix Shell - Part II

    At first glance many people think the Unix Shell is a more cryptic version of the MS-Windows/DOS command prompt.

  • Using the Apache CVS Repository

    Ken Coar explains the Apache CVS Repository and how you can use it to stay on top of Apache.

  • Get to know Bash

    This article looks at Bash, the default command shell on most Linux distributions.

  • GRUB for Linux

    If you are still lumbering along with the good, but antique, Linux Loader, its time to consider a move to GRUB

  • Telnet Basics

    A tutorial on telnet for beginners. Explains what telnet is and how to use it.

  • SSH and SCP: Howto, tips & tricks

    This tutorial is about SSH and SCP. You will learn how to connect to a remote host and how to copy between hosts.

  • Apache with Suexec on Linux

    The solution is the use of the suexec wrapper, which is part of the Apache distribution.

  • Controlling Access to Your Services

    One of the most powerful aspects of Linux is its ability to launch services, or daemons, and run them in the background as needed.

  • Basics of Linux Network Security

    Our updated network security basics document will get you well on your way to locking your system down.

  • secure your Linux Box

    Recently, I have been watching a lot of my friends who use various versions of Windows getting a lot of viruses

  • Creating a complex IPTables script easily

    A friend of mine had a problem, he has a home network similar to mine and a Wireless Access Point (AP) that he wanted to use since mobility

  • Detecting Rootkits

    A rootkit is a program designed to take fundamental control of a computer system, without authorization by the systems owners and legitimate managers