In this article I will go through various clever, catchy and automated ways that you can back up your Linux system and ensure all your media and files are safe from hardware failure, software failure and user error. After reading this you have no excuse not to back everything up!
In this guide I will show you how to install Red Hat Linux, then how to turn your Red Hat Linux installation into an amazing server with just a few packages. The backbone for any server is usually LAMP – Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP. This is useful for internal file sharing and organization.
We start with some basic information on commands, and then offer some examples of what you can do with Backtrack Linux.
We explain installation and how you can use the Virtualbox guest additions to enhance your experience of using a virtual machine.
In this article I will go through two ways which you can monitor your server processes. One of them is very quick and uses a bash script with Cron. The other one requires a little bit more time to set up but once done it will be very simple to use with a very nice web interface.
In this article I will go through how to set up a chat room through IRC. IRC is cross platform system with many servers and many clients across the world, so it is perfect for online meetings and groups. I will also go through how to set up a server in case you outgrow the original channel.
This article will go through how you should be looking when you are shopping for Linux hosting services. I will give you various Linux options to consider and will also go through the differences between dedicated, virtual, and shared services.