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Automated Certificate Expiration Checks on CentOS

It is essential to keep track of the expiration dates of Secure Socket Layers (SSL) certificates, and so it's useful to have a periodic check on all certificates in use on a system, that will alert systems administrators when a certificate is about to expire. This article shows one way of setting up such a procedure for CentOS and other RHEL derivatives.

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8 of the Best Free Linux Usenet Tools

Usenet is a worldwide distributed Internet discussion system. It was founded in 1980 to enable users to read and post public messages to various newsgroups. As such, it predates forums, blogs, instant messaging and P2P networks.

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Seven Reasons to Upgrade to openSUSE 11.3

Lizard lovers, get ready. The next openSUSE release is heading your way very soon. After eight months of development, the green team will launch 11.3 in mid-July. Let's take a look at the new and improved openSUSE.

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osTicket: Help Desk Ticketing Done Right

Are you an IT manager or a consulting firm in search of the ideal help desk ticketing system? Have you looked around for what seems like months only to find systems too pricey, too closed, too feature-deprived, or too complex to install and/or use? Or are you just beginning your search and have no idea where to look? If either description fits, you're in luck as I have the help desk ticketing system that is just the ticket to meet your needs. The system I am referring to is osTicket and, as you would expect, the "os" stands for "open source."

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5 of the Best Free Linux Content Control Software

Content control software, also commonly known as web filtering software, is software which is designed and optimised to determine what content can be viewed by the user. This software is particularly relevant to information supplied by a web browser.

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