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WiKID + OpenLDAP + Freeradius Howto

I installed Openldap and freeradius on one (virtual) server and WiKID on another. We believe that this separation of duties is good security policy. In a way it also makes the setup easier because both WiKID and Freeradius listen on port 1812 of the...

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Configuring PostgreSQL for Pretty Good Performance

PostgreSQL is a highly customizable relational database management system (RDBMS) with a dazzling array of configuration options. Fortunately, especially in recent versions of PostgreSQL, most of these settings do not need to be changed. The trick is to figure out which options do need to be changed and what values are most appropriate.

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Remote Linux Desktops with NoMachine NX

The ability to remotely log on to a Linux machine is usually fairly straight-forward: You install SSH and openssh-server and then tunnel X with the ssh command. But what if you want a full-blown desktop? You could install a VNC or RDP server, or you could go all out with a complete remote desktop management solution like NoMachine NX. With this solution you can enjoy multi-session remote desktop environments with multi-media support, printing support, and file sharing.

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Weekend Project Roundup: Top 10 of 2010

It's been a busy year, so maybe you didn't get a chance to check out all the Linux.com Weekend Projects. If you've missed out, don't worry — we've bundled the top 10 Weekend Projects of 2010 here for your convenience. Whether you want to set up OpenID, analyze your network, take your instant messaging Off the Record, or record Skype calls, we've got you covered.

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2010 Vim Guide Roundup

Making your New Year's Resolutions for 2011? How about adding, "learn Vim" to the list? We make it easy, with all the Vim tutorials we've run on Linux.com in 2010.

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