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4 Excellent Alternative Graphical Linux File Managers

The right file manager makes you faster and more efficient. Come join the fun as we explore some excellent, lesser-known Linux file managers.

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Review of the First Three Johns Hopkins Coursera Data Science Courses

I am currently working towards the Johns Hopkins Data Science Specialization at Coursera. There are a total of nine courses, and a capstone.  After completing all 10 requirements you earn the “specialization”.  After you complete a course you are given an “online certificate”. 

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Installing Apache2 With PHP5 And MySQL Support On OpenSUSE 13.1 (LAMP)

This tutorial shows how you can install an Apache2 webserver on an OpenSUSE 13.1 server with PHP5 support (mod_php) and MySQL support.

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How to Provision AWS EC2 Instances with Salt Cloud

SaltStack is part of the next evolution of infrastructure management tools that System Administrators have in their toolbox for provisioning and managing an ever growing fleet of servers. This post describes how to provision Amazon EC2 instances with Salt Cloud. I also describe how to provision several instances in parallel with a single command using Salt Cloud’s Map feature.

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How to Manage Passwords from the Command Line on Linux

With password-based authentication so prevalent online these days, you may need or already use some sort of password management tool. There are various online or offline services or software tools for that matter, and they vary in terms of their sophistication, user interface or target environments (e.g., enterprises or end...

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