Apache 2.2 serving .html.gz contentview story

http://serverfault.com – How can I get Apache 2.2 on Centos to serve static .html.gz files from local disk to browsers, without them being prompted to download the file (ie - I want it rendered normally in the browser)? (HowTos)

How to capture images transferred via HTTP?view story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I have multiple browsers and I want save all images with size more than 30KB and save to specified address. What is best way? listen to tcpdump and read the content, and then save to a file, or use something like squid I think tcpdump is better but I don't know how to find out whether the content is an image and of what size (and other attributes) to save it in a file. (HowTos)

Should I timesync against PDC Emulator or NTP timesource? (PDC not in hub)view story

http://serverfault.com – I know the best practice would be to have the PDC Emulator to sync against an external NTP time source, and have all other domain controllers sync against the PDC Emulator. However, my network layout is... 'interesting', to say the least. My company is a multinational company. (HowTos)

Chromium / chrome browser and Java update problemview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – I'm running a late pre-release 32 bit version of #! 10 “Statler”. Chromium is my browser of choice at the moment, though I drop in to chrome or iceweasel on occasion.I'm trying to stream .flv files from my server through to my browser, but both chrome and chromium can't cope with .flv, stating that the java plugin was blocked because it was out of date. (HowTos)

problem with #! need helpview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – my #! is slow (DON'T KNOW WHY)my browsers lag and they are slowand voice lag i try to open package manager and it dos not open  am a newbie in #! plys help with this types of problem (HowTos)

Reasons to use Linux serversview story

http://www.linuxandlife.com – With the development of Linux distros like Ubuntu, Fedora ..., many people nowadays know about Linux as an operating system for personal computers, ie desktops and laptops. But when comparing to Windows or MacOS, the share of Linux in the market of operating system for personal computers is still very tiny. However, in the field of dedicated servers, Linux is the undisputed king. (Distributions)

Website design(CSS & HTML included)view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – I finally finished updating my website. Here is the result...one page, that is :D EnjoyCSSall.css+ /* * Author: mad_dev * * * If you like this design...share it * * There are some lines of code that are in comments, * They are mostly hover actions. (HowTos)

Zorin OS 5 reviewview story

http://www.linuxandlife.com – Not long ago, there was a survey about Linux distro on reddit and the result is very worth-noticing, Ubuntu is still the most favorite distro but Unity is the most hated desktop environment ( the second most hated DE is Gnome 3). And interesting enough, Gnome 2 is still the most favorite DE. (Distributions)

Pane Bonanza: 4Pane File Managerview story

http://www.linux-magazine.com – There are three things that set 4Pane apart from other file browsers: speed, lack of bloat, and a four pane interface. (Distributions)

How to receive web page faster with resouce cachingview story

http://serverfault.com – When sending request on HTTP server which is flooded by other requests my request will be in the queue and after some time server will send response. Now my question comes : Would it help to make on-fly html page modification in order to do not download static resources (e.g. (HowTos)