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The cop's patrolling

Guard Your Network with IPCop, Part 1: Installation Basics

The classic version of IPCop 1.4.20, which was released on July 24, 2008, was immediately upgraded to the 1.4.21 ISO installer. The much awaited version 2.0 has been out since September 23, 2011….

LAMP time!

Setting up a LAMP Server Remotely

It’s been said a million times over — Linux is awesome on servers! With over 60 per cent of the Web’s servers gunning away on the mighty penguin, the robust, resilient, scalable and…

Android and SSH

Accessing a Home Laptop Remotely from Android

Consider this: You’re on vacation in the Maldives, when your office calls, with an urgent request for some files and information. These happen to be on your laptop, which is at home! If…

Building a Server from Scratch, Part 2: Firewalls, Port Forwarding, NAT, DHCP & TFTP

Last month, we built a server using off-the-shelf hardware. This time, let’s set up some essential server services.

Recipes for Networking

It’s always fun to try out different hacks under the GNU/Linux freedom platform. The pride of becoming a command-line wizard makes everyone stay close to the CLI. Moreover, the CLI vests you with the ultimate power to control your machine.

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