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Posts Tagged ‘Linux’

Send email from Ubuntu Linux via Amazon SES

December 18, 2014  |  SEO  |  , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

If there’s one often overlooked aspect of deploying a website, it’s email delivery. Sure, you take into account your website bandwidth, DNS, server performance, etc… But email always seems to come low on the totem pole. I suppose this might be due to the fact that it’s ubiquitous. You use it every single day and never really think about all messy underpinnings of it. And, yes, email as it is today is pretty much a mess… I like to think of email as a throw-back to a simpler, more wholesome time when people actually trusted each other. A time before...

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The Linux Firewall

May 17, 2013  |  PHP  |  ,  |  Comments Off

There are several firewall applications for Linux, but what you may not realize is that, at the heart of all these programs is a single all-mighty application that is built right into the Linux Kernel: iptables. This is the Linux firewall. No matter which program you use to configure your firewall under Linux, it ultimately all comes down to iptables. All that these other programs do is configure it.So, here comes the question: if those programs simply configure iptables, why not simply configure it directly yourself? Doing so is easier than you might think!Networking BackgroundIf you’re familiar with networking terms,...

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15 Command Line Tools for Monitoring Linux Systems

May 6, 2013  |  PHP  |  , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Do you need to monitor your Linux server’s performance? Most Linux distributions come equipped with many built-in monitoring tools. These tools allow you to retrieve information about system activities, and can be used to find possible causes for your server’s performance issues.The commands discussed in this article are some of the most basic commands when it comes to system analysis and debugging server issues, such as discovering disk, CPU, memory and network bottlenecks.1 - top – The Process Activity CommandThe top command provides a dynamic, real-time view of the running system (i.e. actual process activity). By default, it displays the...

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Android Prerequisites: Linux Preparation

August 27, 2012  |  iPhone  |  , , ,  |  Comments Off

Want tο ѕtаrt developing уουr οwn Android apps οn уουr Ubuntu Linux machine? Mаkе sure уουr machine іѕ ready tο install thе Android SDK bу taking thеѕе preliminary steps. Thіѕ tutorial wіll guide уου through thе installation οf tools needed before уου install thе Android SDK οn уουr Linux development machine.

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Google Android and Google Chrome OS is Linux

May 19, 2011  |  SEO  |  , , , ,  |  Comments Off

It has been brought to my attention that most people in the world do not realize that Google Chrome and Google Android operating systems are not Google Operating systems. They are both simply based upon Linux. I was surprised today speaking a fairly tech savvy person whom has no clue.                   Most Linux users know that anything built on top of the Linux Operating system by its rules needs to be open source, therefore Google Chrome and Google Android operating systems are open source. The good thing about these being open source is the speed of development and community contributions to the advancement...

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