A fast and easy Mozilla site makes it a snap to make sure your browser’s Plugins (not extensions) are current. More: continued here
Windows Vista (Business, Enterprise, and Ultimate editions), has a new feature called Restore Previous Versions.Â Every time a system restore point is created, new versions of your files are created at the same time. To restore from previous versions of a file:Â browse through your documents folder and right mouse click on the file name, [...]
The describe command gives you a list of all the data fields used in your database table. In the example, you can see that the table named test in the salesdata database keeps track of four fields: name, description, num, and date_modified. mysql> describe test; +—————+————–+——+—–+————+—————-+ | Field | Type | Null | Key | [...]
The describe command gives you a list of all the data fields used in your database table. In the example, you can see that the table named test in the salesdata database keeps track of four fields: name, description, num, and date_modified.
The SSL protocol includes two sub-protocols: the SSL record protocol and the SSL handshake protocol. The SSL record protocol defines the format used to transmit data. The SSL handshake protocol involves using the SSL record protocol to exchange a series of messages between an SSL-enabled server and an SSL-enabled client when they first establish an [...]
Usualy make from sys-devel/make is known as a tool for compiling applications. But it could also be used to provide often used commands so that they can be accessed easily.
To get the PubDate element of an RSS feed to validate, it needs to be in RFC-822 format. MySQL has flexible ways of working with dates and times which make this a simple task.
How do you edit the .htaccess file? Before you upload an .htaccess file to your server, make sure there is not already one there. Your host panel or perhaps a script you have uploaded may have already changed the htaccess for some reason so you donâ€™t want to overwrite it as doing so could change [...]
Setting up a repository: svnadmin create /usr/local/svn/newrepos Import files into repository: svn import /import/dir file:///usr/local/svn/newrepos/projectname -m “comment” List files in a repository tree: svn list file:///usr/local/svn/newrepos/projectname svn ls #while in sandbox svn ls -v # verbose Checkout a directory: svn checkout “http://host:port/path” svn co http://host:port/path svn checkout file:///path/to/repos svn checkout file:///localhost/path/to/repos svn checkout svn+ssh://host/path/to/repos Check [...]
1. How to know which ports are listening from your IP address? # nmap -sT -O your-ip-address 2. How to grep an exact match? # grep -w textfile.txt 3. How to reverse grep matches? # grep -v textfile.txt # 4. How to know which service name is what port? Assuming port 443 # cat testfile.txt [...]
Linux systems are capable of running scheduled jobs. Server administrative task are done on regular basis even while sysads are away or during sleeping hours. This keeps a fully working production server do unattended jobs on periodical basis. cron is a linux utility that schedules and automates jobs. This blog entry covers how to do [...]
Server SSH log files provides us information from simple system to critical system security message. Here are quick ways of doing it via CLI terminal. These examples could serve also as starting point to parse more search key strings not only from any ssh log files, but also to other daemon service log file such [...]