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How to Upgrade to Ubuntu 14.04 LTS from Previous Versions

Guide on how to upgrade to Ubuntu 14.04 LTS from previous releases.

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Speed up Apache with mod_pagespeed and memcached on Debian 7 (Wheezy)

The page load time gets more and more important for websites to provide a better user experience and it is important for the search engine ranking as well. Google has developed the apache module "mod_pagespeed" to optimize and streamline...

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How to Set Up a Secondary DNS Server in CentOS

In the previous tutorial, we created a primary DNS server (ns1) for a test domain example.tst. In this tutorial, we will create a secondary DNS server (ns2) for the same domain by using bind package on CentOS. When it comes to setting up a secondary DNS server, the following factors...

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How to Manage Linux Virtualization Using ConVirt Open Source Deployed on Amazon Web Services

With the latest version of ConVirt Open Source Version 2.5, management of KVM and Xen-based virtual machines is now possible from an Amazon Web Services (AWS) account. ConVirt is available as an Amazon Machine Image (AMI) on an existing Amazon account. As a result, IT managers can add the ease and flexibility of cloud-based management to their virtualization toolset.

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The MarS DIY Platform for Around $100 (Without Screen)

The MarS single board computer offers two headers each with two columns of pin holes. At the heart of the MarS is a dual core Freescale i.MX6 Cortex-A9 with the Vivante GC2000 graphics processor. The board has 1 gigabyte (GB) of RAM and 4 GB of eMMC storage, many screen outputs including LVDS and HDMI, multiple USB 2.0 ports, gigabit LAN, and many other ways to interact through its headers like SPI. With the MarS kit, LVDS is a first class citizen, with a 9.7-inch LVDS multi-touch screen available. 

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