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Unix Hosting – General Reviewview story

http://linux.bihlman.com – Unix Hosting – General Review By Alesia Arefjeva First of all let’s see what hosting is. Hosting is a service which gives a disk space for any physical allocation of a site on a server, permanently being in the Internet. This service can also include a place for mail correspondence, various databases, and support of this server functioning. (General)

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Important Unix Commands That You Should Knowview story

http://linux.bihlman.com – Important Unix Commands That You Should Know By Bernard Peh Unix is one of the most important operating system today. Its powerful features, scalability, strong security, and support for multiple users have made it the top choice operating systems for server, workstations and mainframes. It is good to have some knowledge of Unix commands especially if your web host is Unix/Linux based. (General)

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The Cheapest Hosting Solution is Unix Hostingview story

http://linux.bihlman.com – The Cheapest Hosting Solution is Unix Hosting By Mike Ramidden No matter whether you have your website hosted on a Linux web server or a Windows web server, the process of moving the files to the server for hosting is virtually the same. But there are many people who wonder what the real differences are between these two types of web servers, which are the most common choices. (General)

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Why Choose Unix Hosting For Your Site?view story

http://linux.bihlman.com – Why Choose Unix Hosting For Your Site? By Kaiser Mangampo UNIX hosting is the type of hosting which uses the UNIX, or some types of Linux, operating system. Although Windows has always been a popular choice as an operating system, UNIX has steadily gained ground, powering an increasing number of servers nowadays. In fact UNIX as an operating system has been around since the 1970s. (General)

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Which Is Right For Me: Windows Hosting or Linux – Unix Hosting?view story

http://linux.bihlman.com – Which Is Right For Me: Windows Hosting or Linux – Unix Hosting? By Marcus Lim We all have our preferences when it comes to operating systems some people prefer one of the many flavors of Windows, while others prefer one of the several distributions of Linux. It is all the matter of what works best for you. (General)

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eUKhost provides Linux Mint with a new serverview story

http://blog.linuxmint.com – Our main sponsor, eUKhost, now provides Linux Mint with an additional dedicated server. The server is located in Milton Keynes, UK, and features the following specifications: E3-1230 Quad Core Intel Xeon CPU (SAS) 8 GB DDR3 RAM 2 x 300 GB SAS 15k rpm RAID 1 3000 GB bandwidth This £189/month server is provided to Linux Mint for free as part of eUKhost’s sponsorship. During the release of Lin (Distributions)

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Why Your Business May Need Unix Hostingview story

http://linux.bihlman.com – Why Your Business May Need Unix Hosting By Marcus Fei f you want to dive into the world of online business, your first step will involve the choosing of a web hosting package. For starters, it can be as easy as finding the lowest possible deal and checking if other customers are happy with that particular deal. Others might be contented with free hosting to save and then upgrade later. (General)

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CentOS 6 GPG won't decrypt a file it has encrypted (symmetric)view story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – On a CentOS 6 box (2.6.32-71.29.1.el6.i686, gpg (GnuPG) 2.0.14), I (symmetrically) encrypted a small file. I am able to decrypt it without any problem on a different, Ubuntu 10.04 box (2.6.32-34-generic, gpg (GnuPG) 1.4.10): ateiob@u10:~/Downloads$ gpg -d smallfile.tar.gpg gpg: directory `/home/ateiob/.gnupg' created gpg: new configuration file `/home/ateiob/.gnupg/gpg.conf' created gpg: WARNIN (HowTos)

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Provide params to scp with xargsview story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – when I run svn st | awk '{print $2}', I get: a.py b.py c.py Then I want scp these files to a remote server. I tried this svn st | awk '{print $2}' | xargs scp my_name@my_server:~/ But it doesn't work. What is the right command to do this? Thank you! (HowTos)

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Server with 3 public IP and iptablesview story

http://serverfault.com – I have a linux box with two NIC cards: eth0 and eth1. In one card i have 3 public IP: eth0 = 10.10.10.1 eth0:1= 10.10.10.2 eth0:2= 10.10.10.3 In the other card I have one local IP eth1 = 192.9.200.1 I want to redirect all the wan traffic for 10.10.10.2 to the LAN 192.9.200.2 and the same for 10.10.10.3 to 192.9.200.3 I have tried with this rule but doesn't work iptables -t nat -A PRE (HowTos)