In RegEdit, navigate to the branch or sub-branch that contains your functionality. It doesn’t matter how deeply buried the key(s) are that contain your features; just that you select only your own changes. It might be necessary to analyze the registry before and after you make your changes to figure out which Registry keys are(…)
FreeTDS is a set of libraries for Unix and Linux that allows your programs to natively talk to Microsoft SQL Server and Sybase databases. Technically speaking, FreeTDS is an open source implementation of the TDS (Tabular Data Stream) protocol used by these databases for their own clients. It supports many different flavors of the protocol(…)
As a system administrator, part of your daily duties is to monitor systems for performance and to tune systems where necessary. While there are expensive software products and benchmarking tools that can hone a machine to optimum efficiency, there exist several basic tools within LinuxÂ® that permit the knowledgeable system administrator to gather information and(…)
Everyone has a “www” subdomain (In “www.yourdomain.com”, the “www” part is the subdomain). The www subdomain is created by, and serves files from, your /htdocs/www directory on the filesystem.
Dovecot is a Mail Delivery Agent, written with security primarily in mind. It supports the major mailbox formats: mbox or Maildir. This section explain how to set it up as an imap or pop3 server.
Subversion depends on a number of third party tools and libraries.Some of them are only required to run a Subversion server; others are necessary just for a Subversion client. This section explains what other tools and libraries will be required so that Subversion can be built with the set of features you want
Lots of programmers like PHP for its ability to code and develop web applications fast. Code-debugging is a lot easier than with PERL or C. However, there is one thing a lot of developers are puzzled about, â€œHow to run PHP Scripts with crontab?â€ Cron is normally available on all Unix and Linux distributions; if(…)
FreeBSD 4.x and 5.1 ships with BIND version 8.x as the default or base installation. FreeBSD 5.3 – the first of the stable 5.x series – ships with BIND 9.3.0 and some annoying traits. FreeBSD 6.2 ships with BIND 9.4.1 as the base installation. FreeBSD differentiates between a base DNS install and a normal DNS(…)
If you have an account on a server and using this from a public place, like an internet cafe or an university you probably want to make sure that nobody is able to read the leftovers from your session. To archieve this, add the command “clear” to the end of “~/.bash_logout“. To make sure there(…)
Unlike the built-in dhclient, your FreeBSD system does not come with DHCP server software. This is because you only need to configure a DHCP server if you want to lease out IP configuration for your own network. However, there are two ports that allow you to create your own DHCP server. The first is known(…)
If you use a computer, read the newspaper, or watch the news, you will know about computer viruses or other malware. These are those malicious programs that once they infect your machine will start causing havoc on your computer. What many people do not know is that there are many different types of infections that(…)
While one type of storage media is usually sufficient for smaller companies, large enterprises will often have a mixed storage environment, implementing different mediums for specific departments, workgroups and remote offices. In this paper, we will provide an overview of DAS, NAS and SAN to help you determine which solution, or combination of solutions, will best help you achieve your business goals