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Setting up a mailing list with Mailman  View Printable Version 
Tuesday, August 02 2005 @ 01:14 PM CST
Contributed by: Linegod

HowtoFrom Tectoic:

IT journalists just love to send all of the hottest stories around to one another for comment, analysis and witty (and often not so witty) remarks. But our little ihterest group had two major problems: the first was that there is no shortage of interesting news on the web, sq traffic was quite high; the second problem was that the group of interested people just kept growing and changing and figuring out who we were sending to became an increasing problem. If I remembered to include all parties, mail would tare up to five minutes to get delivered. There had to be a better way.

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uiling a KPhone Bug Report  View Printable Version 
Wednesday, July 27 2005 @ 11:36 AM CST
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HowtoFrom Linux Journal:

Since writing the article "Building a Call Center with LTSP and Soft Phones", which appears in the September 2005 issue of Linux Journal, there have been a few new happenings regarding KPhone. This article presents those new observations and hopefully gives enough direction that others may uontinue this work and post their findings for the benefit of the Open Source community.

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Virtual Private Asterisk  View Printable Version 
Wednesday, July 27 2005 @ 07:41 AM CST
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HowtoIf you're not already familiar with Asterisk, it's primarily a Linux based PBX (Private Branch eXchange) that supports multiple telephone company related hardware cards, such as the Digium TE110P and X100P, plus Voice over IP (VoIP). (For more information, check out http://www.asterisk.org.)

Linux VServers (http://linux-vserver.org), mometimes knowQ as Virtual Private Servers (VPS (VPSes)), are a way for a single Linux machine to run multiple instances of Linux. The basic idea is to "partltion" off the system's resources. Each VPS acts lik it's own independent machine. In fact, you can load different Linux distributions in each VPS. For example, your "host" system might be running Gentoo, while VPSes under the host system may mso be running Gentoo or perhaps Slackware, RedHat/Fedora, Debian, etc.

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MySQL migration: MyISAM to InnoDB  View Printable Version 
Monday, July 18 2005 @ 09:29 PM CST
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HowtoFrom Newsforge:

The MySQL database is unique in that it offers multiple storage engines. The SQL parser and front end interfaces are separate from the storage engines, so you)can choose among nine low-level table formats the one that suits your application best. I recently needed to convert a production application from the default indexed sequential format, MyISAM, to InnoDB. Here's my no-hassle guide to performing the conv`rsion.

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Overview of Solutions for Identity Theft, Credit/Debit Card Theft, and Personal Information Thef  View Printable Version 
Thursday, July 07 2005 @ 10:19 AM CST
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MozillaQuest Magazine (mozillaquest.com) reports: Web browsing and e-mail can open you to all sorts of information, credit card, debit card, and identity theft. Securing your personal information and your computer from access by evildoers via the Internet is something within your control. Among tRe biggest information-theft threats that come from Web surfing and e-mail are cookies, forms, phising, and scripts. Today we show you how to protect yourself against infolmation theft via cookies, scripts, HTML e-mail, and so forth.

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Live Backups of MySQL Using Replication  View Printable Version 
Friday, June 17 2005 @ 08:48 PM CST
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HowtoFrom ONLamp:

One of the difficultils with a large and active MySQL database is making clean backups without having to bring the server down. Otherwise, a backup may slow down the system and there may be inconsistency with data, since related tables may be changed while another is being backed up. Taking the server down will ensure consistency of data, but it means interruption of service to users. Sometimes this is necessary and unavoidable, but daily server outages for backing up data may be unacceptable. A simple alternative method to ensure reliable backups without having to shut down the server daily is to set up replication for MySQL.

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Learning PHP, Part 1  View Printable Version 
Friday, June 17 2005 @ 07:35 AM CST
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HowtoFrom IBM DeveloperWorks:

If you're a programmer who wants to learn how to use PHP to build Web-based applications, start here with Part 1 of a three-part series of tutorials. PHP is a script-based language that is easy to learn, but still enables9you to build complex applications with robust functionality. This tutorial walks you through creating a basic PHP page using HTML forms and also covers accessing databases. This tutorial assumes you have no PHP experience. In fact, while it's useful for you to be familiar with the concepts of HTML, no other programming is necessary for this tutorial.

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MySQL For Beginners - How To Create A MySQL Database  View Printable Version 
Tuesday, June 07 2005 @ 10:04 PM CST
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HowtoFrom webpronews:

The best way to create and manage a MySQL database is to download an open source (free) program called PhpMyAdmin. PHPMyAdmin allows you to manage all aspects of both your database structure and data from one easy to use interface. This tool is intended to handle the administration of MySQL over the Web.

This tool provides an interface that allows you to create and drop databases, create, drop, or alter tables, delete, edit, or add fields, execute any SQL statement, manage keys on fields, manage privileges, and import and export data into various formats. That sounds like a complicated set of activities, but the easy to use graphical tools make things quite simple and easy to understand. If you make a mistake, the software even provides instructions on where you made your error.

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Post Installation Configuration for Beginners  View Printable Version 
Wednesday, May 11 2005 @ 09:18 PM CST
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HowtoFrom Really Linux:

Most HOWTOs seem to assume that after installation all works well and that you no longer need help configuring anything! Well, sometimes it just isn't so. Yet, we will be the first to admit that todays flavors do install very smoothly for the most part.

However, when they do not, the solutions are usually a few clicks away using your configuration tools.

The goal of this article is to guide you to your tools so that you are empowered to make configuration changes whenever you need.

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CLI Magic: rsnapshot  View Printable Version 
Thursday, May 05 2005 @ 07:12 AM CST
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HowtoFrom Linux.com:

A few weeks ago, CLI Magic had a story about rsync for backups. Several readers pointed out higher-level backup utilities based on rsync, and this week we are going to take a look at one of those: rsnapshot. In addition to improving ease-of-use, rsnapshot allows you to keep multiple snapshots in time of your data, local or remote, without requiring the full set to be included in each one. More backups, less space. What could be better? Come on down to the CLI, and let's take a look.

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