Atanu Datta
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Web Acceleration with Varnish 3.0

In this article we’ll setup a ready-to-deploy WordPress-compatible Varnish service as our HTTP reverse caching proxy, and have it cache the desktop and mobile themes separately. Our original WordPress recipe had a place…

Serving WordPress from a Debian-powered Nginx

WordPress on Nginx, Part 2: vhost, MySQL & APC Configurations

Last time around we made our Debian VPS ready with the LEMP recipe. Let’s now configure the stack and migrate over the old WP website. What good a website with a “Welcome to…

Preparing a Debian-based LEMP server

WordPress on Nginx, Part 1: Preparing VPS the Debian Way

In this first part, we deal with the LEMP (Linux, Nginx, MySQL, PHP) stack recipe and set up the basic server after installing the required packages. It started off thus: The theme developer…

Well, imagine a world without our favorite reference website

Some Glimpses of the ‘Dark’ Internet in Protest of SOPA/PIPA

Well, the time has come — January 18, 2012 — and many of the Free/Open Source Software project/advocacy sites, some popular news/discussion sites, as well as our favorite encyclopedia Wikipedia’s English version has…

Experiencing Sabayon 5, oh

The current releases have done away with the idea of showcasing the games factor and concentrate on giving an out-of-the box desktop experience.

Slackware 13: Is it Really Worthy of the 21st Century?

The latest version of the oldest surviving GNU/Linux distro comes with updates galore, including a KDE4 desktop and ext4 filesystem. It perhaps even has everything for a geek. However, whether it makes the cut for a typical desktop user is the real question.

KDE 4.3: It’s the Desktop You Need, Almost

“KDE will very shortly become the desktop you need and not the desktop we think you need,” was something stated by someone from the KDE team. Looking at 4.3, we think there’s a fair chance that version 4.4 actually gets there.

The Perfect Desktop!

A modern desktop with an office suite, multimedia codecs, wireless support and more. You can have all that in around 10-15 minutes.

A (SUSE) Studio to Edit and Roll Out Your Appliance

The Web-based SUSE Studio service makes the job of rolling out your own GNU/Linux-based distro or appliance child’s play.

Fedora 11: Leonidas Roars for Attention

The recently released Fedora 11 packs in a lot of cutting-edge features. The question is: will these put Fedora back in the desktop race?

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