APT 4 Newbies

An interesting and detailed howto on apt, first posted on linux mint community tutorials Intro by Wikipedia: The Advanced Packaging Tool, or APT, is a free user interface that works with core libraries to handle the installation and removal of software on the Debian GNU/Linux distribution and its variants. APT simplifies the process of managing [...]

SSH in 2 steps on Linux with Google Authenticator

Article by Alessio bash, first published on his blog Many security policies require you to change the port number of the SSH service to ensure greater security in a Linux system. Situation now used throughout the IT world and used mostly by users who have their own private server. Today I want to show you [...]

Interview with Patrick one of the men behind Emmabuntüs

Today I want to present you Emmabuntüs  a Linux distribution derived from Ubuntu and designed to facilitate the repacking of computers donated to Emmaüs Communities. The name itself is a combination of two words: Ubuntu and Emmaüs. Emmabuntüs 2 has been released on July 21 2013 and it’s based on Xubuntu 12.04 LTS, this is because the team want a Long Term support base distribution, [...]

4 tricks to speed up ssh connections

I use ssh connections to manage remote servers it’s one of the main task in my work, so over time I’ve learnt some tricks to speed up the connection phase of the ssh protocol, so in this article I’ll show you how to: Configure ssh to use ipv4 only Configure ssh to use a particular [...]

The Race Is Over, Open Source Has Won. Sorta.

Article from Tcat Houser editor-in-chief of TRCBNews.com. Philosophies on how to approach things in life, for example Open Source Versus Closed, run in cycles. In the 1970s hobbyists would be carefully typing BASIC code from there enthusiast magazine. Commodore, Apple or the highest podge of C/PM machines. Open Source went out of fashion (relatively speaking) [...]