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How to Install a CentOS 7.2 Minimal Server

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How to Install a CentOS 7.2 Minimal Server
This document describes the basic installation of a CentOS 7.2 server. The purpose of this guide is to provide a minimal setup that can be used as basis for all kind of CentOS server setups.

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Scientific Audio Processing, Part II – How to make basic Mathematical Signal Processing in Audio files using Ubuntu with Octave 4.0

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Scientific Audio Processing, Part II – How to make basic Mathematical Signal Processing in Audio files using Ubuntu with Octave 4.0
In this tutorial, we will see how we can do additions to signals, multiplying signals (modulation), and applying some basic mathematical functions to see their effect on the original signal.

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How to Install PostgreSQL and phpPgAdmin on OpenSUSE Leap 42.1

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How to Install PostgreSQL and phpPgAdmin on OpenSUSE Leap 42.1
PostgreSQL (most people call it Postgres) is an advanced object-relational database management system (ORDBMS). Postgres is an open source database server with more than 18 years of active development which makes Postgres the best choice for enterprise-class applications. In this tutorial, I will show you how to install Postgres on your own server with OpenSUSE Leap as operating system. Then I will install phpPgAdmin so we can manage our Postgres database from the web browser.

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Scientific Audio Processing, Part I – How to read and write Audio files with Octave 4.0.0 on Ubuntu

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Scientific Audio Processing, Part I – How to read and write Audio files with Octave 4.0.0 on Ubuntu
Octave, the equivalent software to Matlab in Linux, has a number of functions and commands that allow the acquisition, recording, playback and digital processing of audio signals for entertainment applications, research, medical, or any other science areas. In this tutorial, we will use Octave V4.0.0 in Ubuntu and will start reading from audio files through writing and playing signals to emulate sounds used in a wide range of activities.

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How to Install Seafile with Nginx on openSUSE Leap 42.1

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How to Install Seafile with Nginx on openSUSE Leap 42.1
In this tutorial, I will show you how to build your own file sync and share server with seafile on openSUSE Leap 42.1. Seafile is a free file hosting software with a functionally like Dropbox or Google Drive that can be installed on your own server.

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How to install and configure OpenVPN on OpenSUSE Leap 42.1

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How to install and configure OpenVPN on OpenSUSE Leap 42.1
In this tutorial, I will show you how to implement a virtual private network using OpenVPNvpn under the Linux operating system OpenSUSE Leap 42.1. VPN or Virtual Private Network is a secure private network over a public network like the internet. A VPN is a secure tunnel trough the internet which protects your data traffic and increases internet privacy and security. Access to the VPN is restricted by secure authentication methods.

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How to Install ownCloud 9 with Nginx on OpenSUSE Leap 42.1

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How to Install ownCloud 9 with Nginx on OpenSUSE Leap 42.1
OwnCloud provides Self-hosted file syncing and sharing with a nice web interface and syncing apps for all major mobile and desktop platforms with a functionally like Dropbox, mega, etc. ownCloud makes it easy to access and sync files, calendars, and contacts across your devices. In this tutorial, I will guide you to create your own sync and share server platform with ownCloud. We will install ownCloud with Nginx as the web server, MariaDB (a MySQL fork) as the database and php-fpm to handle the request for php on Linux OpenSUSE Leap 42.1.

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Getting started with ReactOS

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Getting started with ReactOS
ReactOS is a relatively new open source operating system that resembles the looks of Windows NT and aims to offer similar levels of functionality and application compatibility. Featuring a wine-based user mode, this system doesn’t use any of the Unix architecture, but is a rewrite of the NT architecture from scratch, with its very own FAT32 implementation, and completely free of legal implications. That said, this is not yet another Linux distro, but a unique Windows-like system that is a part of the free software world. This quick guide aims at users who want an easy to use, open source replacement for their Windows system.

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How to record your terminal session on Linux

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How to record your terminal session on Linux
Recording a terminal session may be important in helping someone learn a process, sharing information in an understandable way, and also presenting a series of commands in a proper manner. Whatever the purpose, there are many times when copy-pasting text from the terminal won’t be very helpful while capturing a video of the process is quite far-fetched and may not be always possible. In this quick guide, we will take a look at the easiest way to record and share a terminal session in .gif format.

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An introduction to basic motion detection on Linux

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An introduction to basic motion detection on Linux
Setting up a motion detection system on Linux is fairly easy and simple. All that we need is a webcam (or laptop), the “motion” package, and a few minutes to set everything up. The purpose for doing this may be private space surveillance, enhancement of personal security, or simply a fun project. Whatever the case, this quick guide is not intended to promote illegal activities such as unauthorized video recording of people and their activities. That said, please use the knowledge offered here with ethical conduct.

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