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Managing LDAP from the Command Line on Linux

Managing an LDAP server can be intimidating, but it's not as difficult as it seems at first glance. You can get started managing LDAP from the command line on Linux with three simple commands.

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Weekend Project: Analyze Your Network with Wireshark

Wireshark is an open source network packet analyzer. Without any special hardware or reconfiguration, it can capture live data going in and out over any of your box's network interfaces: Ethernet, WiFi, PPP, loopback, even USB. Typically it's used as a forensics tool for troubleshooting network problems like congestion, high latency, or protocol errors — but you don't want to wait until your network is in trouble to learn how to use it. This weekend, why not take a look at your network traffic, and learn how to use Wireshark to your advantage?

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Get Your Music Fix From Amazon MP3 on Linux with Clamz

Music loving Linux users take note: Though Amazon hasn't updated its Linux downloader for Amazon MP3 in ages, you can still get your MP3 fix off Amazon using clamz.

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Make the Zimbra Desktop Your Email and Social Desktop

When Zimbra is talked about in the open source community, it usually means someone is talking about the open source groupware server that waits in the background to overtake Exchange. That may be the case, but there is another Zimbra tool that should be on the lips of anyone looking for a great email/social client. That tool? Zimbra Desktop.

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Weekend Project: Set Up Squid on Linux as a Caching Web Proxy

The Squid proxy server can function in many roles — HTTP accelerator, traffic filter, network logger, etc. — but its primary function is caching frequently-requested Web resources to save WAN bandwidth. A transparent caching proxy can intercept and cache HTTP traffic for your entire LAN, without the need to individually configure each browser. Because Squid has so many options, though, you need to set it up and test it before rolling it out in a production environment — making it a perfect weekend project.

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