What in the world is GnuGP anyway? How is it used? How does it encrypt text and files? How safe is it?
Rsync is a strong tool unix system admins should learn to use properly. I often have to rsync over ssh and most of my local machines have a non standard ssh port.
As an avid Computer Geek, a Web Application Developer, and an IT Infrastructure Manager I often get asked to take a look at a friend’s, co-worker’s, or a friend’s of a friend’s of a friend’s cousin’s …. from facebook … computer. It’s always presumed that since I’m in IT I not only CAN fix their problem, but also have the time and want to do it for FREE. I’ve ran into this several times in the recent past and wanted to give everyone some reasons why I won’t do it free of charge ever again.
With the overwhelming news, blog posts and industry talk of Google+, I thought it might be helpful to combine some of the hottest ‘advanced’ tips and tricks in one place. To be clear, this if far from an exhaustive list as Google continues to launch updates at a blistering pace and some of the power-users are finding awesome new features on nearly a daily basis. That said, hopefully, at least a few of these will be something you haven’t seen before. If you have tips of your own, be sure to leave them in the comments.
LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP) is an open source Web development platform that uses Linux as operating system, Apache as the Web server,MySQL as the relational database management system and PHP as the object-oriented scripting language.