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Don’t leave a X-Box in the DC

When forced to work within a limited budget you are normally forced to come up with alternative cost saving solutions. This was the case for a University which desided to use a Linux powered X-Box to host it’s students web projects. As time passed so did the personnel who knew about the X-Box web server. […]

Linux is like religion

Linux to me is like religion. Even though I am not religious but I feel that Linux in some way is like religion. It’s free, goes by many different names, it’s changes over time to suit needs but ultimately it’s personal. There will never be one “ultimate distribution”. It will always be a personal choice […]

Fedora 9 “Sulphur” Screenshots

Here are some screen shots to support my previous post about Fedora 9 “Sulphur”. The Coding Studio

Fedora 9 “Sulphur” released

Good news to all Fedora fans. Fedora 9 codenamed “Sulphur” is out. The new release comes with quite a few new features. To start off. Fedora 9 runs on the latest 2.6.25 kernel. There’s a new package management system included called “Packgeit” which uses Yum for it’s backend. Gnome Desktop 2.22 and KDE 4.03 are […]

How to limit ssh access to specific users or groups

Its sometimes necessary to limit who has access to a server via SSH. Most Linux security hardening checklist today require this to be enforced. Fortunately this can be easily done with openSSH. Just edit the /etc/ssh/sshd_config file and add the desired directives shown below. You don’t need them all, just use what suits you needs. […]

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