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How To Execute Linux commands from Windows

Most of the time, users are having a Windows Machine on their desk or laptop. Normally, we want to perform a full scale data retrieval from our Linux servers in the DC, where we don’t have a trusted Linux server to manage it….the answer to it is use “PLINK” utility. Plink comes together with the […]

OpenSSH 5.1 released

OpenSSH 5.1 is out. OpenSSH fully supports SSH protocol versions 1.3, 1.5 and 2.0. It also includes client and server support for sftp. A few bug fixes, security fixes and new features come with the new 5.1 release. It’s already released to the mirrors so make sure to get patched. FTP mirrors || HTTP mirrors […]

How to set your system time using NTP

Here’s a quick walk through to synchronize your system time through NTP. Install the NTP package if you don’t already have it installed. [root@abubu]# yum install ntp Check your date. [root@abubu]# date Thu Jul 24 13:34:24 MYT 2008 Use the ntpdate command to poll from public NTP servers. I this example I’ll use ntp servers […]

Amarok 2.0 Alpha 2 (Aulanerk) released

Heads up Amarok fans. The Amarok team released Amarok 2.0 Alpha 2 today, codenamed “Aulanerk” after the friendly sea goddess. If you don’t already know, Amarok is the most popular media player for Linux today. Amarok 2.0 is new and is set to replace it’s sibling Amarok 1.4 once KDE4 matures. The plan is to […]

How to find a program’s process id (pid)

Here’s an easy way to get the pid of a running process. Running the “pidof” command will return the pid(s) for a running program. See sample below, danny@pandora:~> pidof syslog-ng 2043 danny@pandora:~> pidof acpid 2045 danny@pandora:~> pidof /usr/bin/firefox 14408 danny@pandora:~> pidof /usr/bin/compiz 27164 danny@pandora:~> pidof /bin/bash 27011 17339 16792 16477 15151 14403 Simple right!?

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