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Slackware 13.1: A Linux Distro That Gets Out of the Way

Slackware Linux is still going strong. The Slackware Linux Project released Slackware 13.1 on May 24th.This is just a little by shy of the 17th anniversary of Slackware 1.0 and not quite a year after Slackware 13.0. Delve back into yesteryear with me; you're in for a treat.

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Weekend Project: Spring Clean Your Music Library

It is a long weekend coming up. If you're like most of us, your collection of digital music has a few problems that build up over time, making it an iffy proposition to simply copy a folder from your hard drive to your phone or music player. There are duplicate files, files with bad or missing tags, maybe a few stray songs purchased from a different store in a separate folder from the material you rip from CDs; and although your slick new media player software supports displaying album art, most of your albums don't have artwork attached to them. Why not set aside a few hours to give your library a quick scrubbing?

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Stop SPAM on Your Postfix Server with Spamassassin

If you have a mail server, you can almost guarantee that SPAM will find its way in (and out if your not careful)...

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Using DPKG To Install OpenVZ On Debian


To use the DPKG package manager to install OpenVZ...

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Weekend Project: Monitor Your Server with StatusNet Updates

Summer is almost here; do you really want to spend it sitting indoors and monitoring the health of a running server or daemon? Rather than resign yourself to that fate, why not set up your system to post important messages, from regular status updates to emergency messages, through a microblogging service like It's easier than you might think.

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