Spam, spam, spam. Don't you just love it? Well, if you don't, and you run your own mail server, this tip is for you.
Who needs a GUI? Real hackers master and burn CD-ROMs from the command line.
The POP3 protocol lets users download email from remote servers. Unfortunately, POP3 compromises system security. This tip presents a remedy.
This tip shows you how to "rip" a standard floppy disk into a nice, compact file that preserves every aspect of the original disk's layout. Perfect for archiving and restoring floppy disks.
SMB lets Windows users share files with a Linux server. Unfortunately, the protocol is dangerous to use over an untrusted network. Use SSH to secure it.
mod_dav lets users update web content in Apache servers via the PUT method. This tip shows how to set it up.
Red Hat Linux 6.2 ships with the ugliest font configuration! Here's a quick fix for dual boot Windows/Linux systems and users of hi-res displays.
Linux is great for burning CD-ROMs, but Red Hat Linux 6.1 requires a little tweaking first.
RealProducer 6.0 is a wonderful product, but it's installation program sucks the big one. It simply doesn't work. Here's what you can do to fix it.
A great way to get rid of Internet Exploder, and encourage the use of better browsers, is to choose URLs that Explorer can't load.
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