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7 Best Command Line Navigation Tools

The cd command is a command-line OS shell command used to change the current working directory. A directory is a logical section of a file system...
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Introducing Unik: Build and Run Unikernels with Ease

By Idit Levine (@Idit_Levine), Office of the CTO & CTO of Cloud Platform Team, EMC Check out the Unik code today at https://github.com/emc-...
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Java Servers as Nova-Docker Containers && RDO Mitaka External vlan networks

Nova-Docker driver is installed on Compute node which is supposed to run two Java EE Servers as light weight Nova-Docker Containers (instances)...
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Linux Server Provisioning Using Stacki

Server provisioning is a set of actions to prepare a server, taking it from bare metal to a functioning system complete with an operating system,...
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Multiple Virtual Hosts on CentOS 7 or RHEL 7

This article tends to help you to set up multiple websites (virtual hosts) on single web server running on Linux CentOS 7 or Red Hat 7. It's...
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Plasma 5.6 Makes KDE Plasma Desktop Environment More Powerful, Beautiful And Useful

  Plasma has always been the talk of the town for its sleek and cutting edge look. KDE Plasma among all other Linux Desktop Environments have...
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MQTT Using Tibbo BASIC/C-Programmable Devices

Heya, folks! Just published a very useful MQTT library and a pair of demo projects illustrating the use of the new MQTT library. Showcasing both the...
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6 Best Open Source Firewall Solutions

One important step to protect a system is using a firewall. Essentially, this is a network security system, acting like a security guard between...
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RDO Mitaka & Several External Networks VLAN Provider Setup

Post below is addressing the question when Controller/Network RDO Mitaka Node has to have external networks of VLAN type with predefined vlan tags....
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4 Ways a Password Could be Hacked Using Common Linux Tools

If you develop software in C (or any other language), you should know that using the strcmp function (or the equivalent in other languages) for...
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