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How to Set Password Policy on Linux

User account management is one of the most critical jobs of system admins. In particular, password security should be considered the top concern for any secure Linux system. In this tutorial, I will describe how to set password policy on Linux. I assume that you are using PAM (Pluggable Authentication...

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How to Install SteamOS and Configure Wifi and Audio

The Debian-based Steam operating system slices out much of the overhead from separate OS tasks like you would expect to find in a normal gaming setup and gets straight to Steam. Valve has made the beta version free to download, so let's take a look at the steps to set it up.

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How To Set Up Xen 4.3 On Debian Wheezy (7.0.2) And Then Upgrade To Jessie

 This will be a quick and easy setup of XEN(dom0-hypervisor) and one virtual system (domU-guest). I wanted to test out XEN as my second experience after VMware and since many web pages are outdated and...

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How to Install SteamOS in VirtualBox

The following tutorial will teach all Linux users how to install Valve's brand new SteamOS GNU/Linux operating system in a virtual machine, using the powerful and popular VirtualBox software.

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Everything You Need to Know to Install SteamOS On Your Very Own Computer

True to its word, Valve has released a beta version of SteamOS, the Linux-based operating system that it will use to power its living room Steam Machine consoles. The release coincides with a lucky group of 300 public beta testers who were selected to actually receive Steam Machines to test on—the rest of us can still use the OS, but we'll have to bring our own hardware.

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