It always feels good when someone comes to you and says that he actually finds your work useful and likes it. It’s not because you ask them for the appreciation but it’s more like that you realize that what you do has contributed something valuable to others. That is what I am going to share with you right now, a SLAMPP showcase written by a SLAMPP user. Of course through this entry I would encourage other users to share their own stories on what they have done with SLAMPP and what they think about it. I will publish your stories … Continue reading SLAMPP Showcase
In the last few months I’ve gathered some links that may trigger your interest. Most of them are IT and FOSS related and only one is from Oil and Gas sector. Yes, it is sometimes hard to share Oil and Gas resources because of the closed and competitive nature of the business and copyrights/trademarks or other Intellectual Property Rights issues. And I don’t want to get in trouble by doing that for sure. 🙂 I hope you will get some benefits from the following links. IT and FOSS MultiCD – multicd.sh is a shell script designed to build a multiboot … Continue reading Interesting Links
Perhaps you ever tried the Random Hadith Quotation, the free service I provide through this website, and you are kind of interested to run it by yourself so that you can have full control on the content. Since I started it in October 2004, I received so many e-mails asking whether the scripts is available for public or the content can be edited or changing the way it looks, etc. Hopefully all the questions will be answered through this entry. Now, I would like to share with you the base script I use for that service. Basically I am using … Continue reading Running Your Own Random Quotation
My reading list today from various sources on the Net. How To: Getting a lean system with a custom Ubuntu install – Decide what you want with your Ubuntu system and install just what you need. Nice and useful how to, BTW! Tiny Core Linux – Amazingly Linux is getting smaller every day. This Linux distribution is just 10 MB in size and has minimal applications to boot in a very minimal X desktop. Of course you can extend its capabilities by adding other applications online. No wonder, the previous main developer of Damn Small Linux (DSL), Robert Shingledecker, is … Continue reading Interesting Links
I have collected some interesting links I found on the Net with various topics. I hope they could inspire you. Hardening the Linux desktop – Please login first to get the article in PDF. This tutorial was written for the Linux beginners. It shows you how to make your Linux desktop secure and free from virus/malware attacks. Although it was meant for the desktop, this tutorial put basics for hardening the Linux server. A recommended reading material for Linux users. (via Linux.com) Lazy Linux: 11 secrets for lazy cluster admins – Do you have Linux clusters running on your organization? … Continue reading Interesting Links
Managing is like communicating and connecting with other people. How you manage will show who you are in real. Sometimes doing or following basic things will improve or boost your management skills. And, I, personally, and perhaps you too, will agree and admit that fact. To get to know more what all those basic things or rules are, InsideCRM has a great article talking about this. Please read this article thoroughly, “The Manager’s Cheat Sheet: 101 Common-Sense Rules for Leaders“. No matter on what business you are into, these rules just apply anywhere. Happy reading! (Tips: CXO Community on Linkedin) Continue reading The Manager’s Cheat Sheet
In last few days I found various interesting links on the Net that are worth visiting. Plumi – A Free Software video sharing Content Management System based on Plone. Gadmintools – Provides GUI tools for administrating your servers, which makes your work a lot more easier. No offense to CLI fans. 🙂 wicd – an alternative network manager for Linux. Yammer – Twitter for the enterprise. (Tips: Budi Putra) Slicehost Article Repository – Contains a bunch of good and useful articles and tutorials how to set up, install, administer and fixing issues on a VPS account. droopy – A mini … Continue reading Interesting Links
LEMP = Linux EngineX MySQL PHP 😀
Ya, itu mungkin sebuah singkatan yang jarang kita dengar, walau sebenarnya tidaklah terlalu asing di telinga. Tentunya selama ini kita selalu mendengar atau membaca tentang LAMP (Linux Apache MySQL PHP). Yang membedakannya adalah fungsi server web Apache di LAMP kita ganti dengan EngineX atau Nginx di LEMP.
Saya tidak tahu apakah sebagian besar pengguna Internet di Indonesia sudah mengetahui keberadaan Nginx sebelumnya. Bagi anda yang kebetulan belum tahu apa itu Nginx, mungkin sejumlah situs di bawah ini dapat membantu menambah wawasan anda.
- Situs resmi Nginx dan Wiki
- Nginx vs. Lighttpd for a small VPS
- Benching Lighttpd vs Nginx (static files)
I just read the 14th issue of Full Circle Magazine and found an interesting article on page 8 until 11 that might be interesting for you to explore more. It shows you how to create a zone where every laptop or PC in that zone can install and run Ubuntu. What you need to do is just to bring your laptop to that zone, plug it to the zone network and let the ‘magic’ does its job. After waiting for a while, you are ready to rock and roll with Ubuntu installed on your laptop. IMHO, the method shown in … Continue reading Create a Plug ‘n’ Play Zone with Ubuntu
Can you imagine how you make OpenSolaris and Linux work together on one USB stick? Read this article for further disclosure. 🙂 Continue reading OpenSolaris and Linux on One USB Stick