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Getting Started with Docker on Oracle Linux

Learn how to customize a Docker container image and use it to instantiate application instances across different Linux servers. This article describes how to create a Dockerfile, how to allocate runtime resources to containers, and how to establish a communication channel between two containers (for example, between web server and database containers).

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Master and Protect PDF Documents with PDFChain on Linux

Linux has a number of outstanding PDF tools. With PDFChain you can master your PDF documents (catenate, watermark, add attachments, split a document into single pages), password protect documents, and even control permissions of a document. 

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Ubuntu PPA Management

PPAs or Personal Package Archives are basically software repositories that are used by Ubuntu systems for updating/upgrading activities. They contain package sets and package lists for particular Ubuntu versions. Their use is valuable for cases of individual updating, or for when seeking for a newer version of an application that...

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How to Manage Amazon S3 Files From Your Server-Side Code

Amazon S3 provides a nice place for developers to store files without having to bog down their own servers. 

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Getting Started With Mono on Docker

The New Stack: It’s barely two years since Docker was released and there are now over 13,000 images available to download from the Docker Hub. If you are new to Docker, it’s best described as a way of packaging an application and its dependencies inside a virtual container that can run on any Linux server. This is a lot less demanding than packaging an app in a virtual machine and operating system.

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