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20 MySQL (Mysqladmin) Commands for Database Administration in Linux

 mysqladmin is a command-line utility the comes with MySQL server and it is used by Database Administrators to perform some basic MySQL tasks easily such as setting root password, changing root password, monitoring mysql processes, reloading privileges, checking server status etc.

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Reclaiming the Buffalo Router with Free and Open Source LibreWRT Distro

I would like to take a few moments to introduce Buffalo, the access point and router which provides network connectivity to portable computers in the Free Software Foundation's office. More specifically, we are using Buffalo WZR-HP-G300NH, which features the free-software-supported Atheros AR9132 chipset with 32MB of flash memory and 64MB of RAM.

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Rootkit Infects Linux Web Servers

The rootkit injects malicious code into every web page served by an infected server, ¬Ėeven error pages.

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Software Fault Tolerance - Disaster Avoidance for Service Providers

Moving from a hardware focus on fault tolerance to software is likely to be the wave of the future for service providers. For performance and availability reasons, this software will have to duplicate the thought behind fault tolerant servers.

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Are BYOD Firms Heading for 'Bill Shock'?

As mobile device use and flexible working schedules climb, are businesses with BYOD policies heading towards data use bill shock?

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