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  • : How to install ProFTPD on CentOS 7.0.

    This document describes how to install and configure ProFTPD in CentOS 7.0 Server. ProFTPD is an FTP daemon for unix and unix-like operating systems. ProFTPD is developed, released and distributed under the GNU Public License (GPL), which basically establishes it as free software, meaning that it may be sold, licensed and otherwise manipulated in any way desired as long as full and complete source code either accompanies any ProFTPD packages or is made available by any and all sites that distribute pre-compiled binaries. The software can be modified by anyone at anytime, as long as all derived works also are licensed under the GNU Public License.

    Posted on: Tuesday November 25 2014

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  • : dupeGuru – Find And Remove Duplicate Files Instantly From Hard Drive.

    Disk full is one of the big trouble for us. No matter how we’re careful, sometimes we might copy the same file to multiple locations, or download the same file twice unknowingly. Therefore, sooner or later we will end up with disk full error message, which is worst when we really need some space to store important data. If you believe your system has multiple duplicate files, then dupeGuru might help you.

    Posted on: Friday November 21 2014

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  • : How To Install virtualenv And virtualenvwrapper In Ubuntu.

    A virtual environment is very useful to python developers as it allows to test different versions of a package in an isolated and dedicated environment inside your machine. The virtualenv tool is used by programmers to create isolated python environments with the main goal of solving dependencies and versions. I find it very useful and use it every time I am coding something in python.

    Posted on: Thursday November 20 2014

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  • : How To Automatically Disable Touchpad While Typing On Ubuntu.

    I am a technical writer, so I write a lot daily. I use my Dell Inspiron Laptop for writing articles. What actually my problem is when I type without focusing on my screen, after sometimes when I look at my computer’s screen, everything is just messed up, even some lines got deleted or some windows are closed unknowingly. This is because my palm of my left hand comes in contact to the Touchpad, and the cursor often changes it’s position, and it’s collapsed the whole content. It is really annoying and worst in some cases when I am focusing too much attention on my laptop keyboard without looking at the Screen.

    Posted on: Wednesday November 19 2014

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  • : Plank – The Lightweight Dock For Ubuntu.

    As you may know, Plank is a simple, and very lightweight dock for Ubuntu and it’s derivatives. Starting from version 3.0.0, Plank is underlying technology for Docky, and provides provide all the core features while Docky extends it to add fancier things like Docklets, painters, settings dialogs, etc. Some times Docky is going to crash or close automatically when installing new applications. Unlike Docky, Plank is perfect, simple, light weight and stable dock bar to launch applications. And it doesn’t crash or close ever, unless you close it manually yourself.

    Posted on: Tuesday November 18 2014

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  • : RemoteBox – A Graphical Client To Manage VirtualBox VMs Remotely.

    Let us say you’re managing a remote server without GUI(headless), and want to manage the virtual machines running on Oracle VirtualBox of that server? What will you do? Ofcourse, we can create, delete, and edit virtual machines from the command line, but why do we bother ourselves while we have option to manage VMs from a web browser, or using a graphical client?

    Posted on: Monday November 17 2014

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  • Guruz News: 38 Cheat Sheets.

    Dave Child is a geek from Brighton, in the UK. He built Cheatography to provide a tool for other people to make their own cheat sheets.

    Posted on: Sunday November 16 2014

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  • : How To Log In Python, A Simple Tutorial.

    In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a simple python script that makes use of the logging python standard library in order to write log messages to a file. The logging module provides a nice API to the python developer. It can be used to report errors and status information from applications and libraries.

    Posted on: Saturday November 15 2014

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  • : Samba Server installation on Ubuntu 14.10.

    This guide explains how to install and configure a samba server on Ubuntu 14.10 with anonymous & secured samba shares. Samba is an Open Source/Free Software suite that provides seamless file and print services to SMB/CIFS clients. Samba is freely available, unlike other SMB/CIFS implementations, and allows for interoperability between Linux/Unix servers and Windows-based clients.

    Posted on: Thursday November 13 2014

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  • : Calibre 2.9 Brings New Features And Fixes For eBook Readers.

    The eBook reader, editor, and library management software Calibre has finally reached version 2.9 bringing many new features to eBook Readers, major improvements and a new fix for Unity. Because it is a big app with support for many devices, lots of features and supports for a ton of libraries the developer pushes alot of fixes and improvements for the users.

    Posted on: Monday November 10 2014

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  • : [Quick Tip] Allow Services Through Firewall In openSUSE.

    As you may know, not all services are enabled and allowed by default in openSUSE/SUSE systems. For example, ssh service is not allowed through firewall on openSUSE systems. Of course, it’s a safety precaution, but sometimes we must need ssh service to access the system from a remote location.

    Posted on: Friday November 07 2014

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