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Setting Up An APT Repository With reprepro And nginx On Debian Wheezy

Setting Up An APT Repository With reprepro And nginx On Debian Wheezy This tutorial explains how to set up an apt repository with the tool reprepro and a Debian Wheezy system. The repository will be served by an nginx server.

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Converting Files from Windows Format to Unix Format with dos2unix

Ever run a shell script and get the following error? # ./dosfile.sh : bad interpreter: No such file or directory The error may look like there is a problem with your scripts SHEBANG where you specify the interpreter, so you go look and the line contains #!/bin/bash which is correct. 

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Install Fedora on Intel NUC: A Low-Power, x86-Ready Mini PC With Grunt

How well does Fedora 20 run on the Intel NUC? Does audio output over the mini HDMI work out of the box? Does suspend to RAM sometimes decide not to resume? And of course, what sort of performance and power usage is there relative to a traditional desktop machine or the high-end ARM machines such as the ODroid XU?

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How to Watch Free Online TV on Linux

Wanted to watch TV on your Linux box, and preferably for free? FreetuxTV is an online TV player which was originally developed to let the subscribers of French ISPs (e.g., Free, Orange, SFR) to watch live TV channels streamed by those ISPs. Over time, FreetuxTV has added additional free online...

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PGP Web of Trust: Core Concepts Behind Trusted Communication

If you've ever used Linux, you've most likely used OpenPGP without even realizing it. The open-source implementation of OpenPGP is called GnuPG (stands for "GNU Privacy Guard"), and nearly all distributions rely on GnuPG for package integrity verification. However, far fewer people have actually used GnuPG for what it was originally designed for -- secure exchange of information in an untrusted medium (such as the internet), and even fewer have a good understanding of how the trust relationships are supposed to work. In this mini series of articles, we'll take a look at what the web of trust is and how to use it to set up a secure and trusted communication.

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