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Vim tips: Using viewports

  A lot of folks use Vim, but many exploit only a small percentage of the editor's features. Sure, you might know how to do the basics in Vim,...
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Manipulating PDFs with the PDF Toolkit

  Creating and reading PDF files in Linux is easy, but manipulating existing PDF files is a little trickier. Countless applications enable you...
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Bandwidth monitoring with iptables

  Most of the time we use iptables to set up a firewall on a machine, but iptables also provides packet and byte counters. Every time an...
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Managing Linux daemons with init scripts

When you install a new Linux server distribution, you can often install all of the daemons you'll need to run on that machine at install time....
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Check your DNS records with dig

  Have you ever wanted to query the Domain Name System (DNS) to discover what information it holds about your domain? Do you have some important...
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Increase your available swap space with a swap file

  You've finally configured every aspect of your Linux system. All of your devices function, and everything is configured just the way you like...
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Unite your Linux and Active Directory authentication

  Authentication is easily one of the most critical services provided by your network infrastructure. It is the gatekeeper for every resource on...
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Windows to Linux Migration Guide

By Karen D, Schwartz on July 23, 2004 (8:00:00 AM) For many companies, migrating from Windows to Linux makes sense. The reasons are compelling:...
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Creating PDF files with ps2pdf

  For better or for worse, Adobe's Portable Document Format (PDF) is a wildly popular way of exchanging information. On Windows and Mac OS, most...
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VNC: Virtually there and back again

Most people who are used to a Unix-style environment know that a machine can be reached over the network at the shell level using utilities like...
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