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How to Install and Configure CSF (Config Server Firewall) on CentOS 7

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How to Install and Configure CSF (Config Server Firewall) on CentOS 7
Config Server Firewall / CSF is firewall application suite for Linux servers. CSF is also a Login/Intrusion Detection for applications like SSH, SMTP, IMAP, Pop3, the “su” command and many more. This tutorial will show the installation of CSF on CentOS 7 and guide you trough the first steps to use this powerful application suite.

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How to build a custom Linux distribution using SUSE Studio

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How to build a custom Linux distribution using SUSE Studio
Although there are countless different GNU/Linux distributions out there for people to choose from, you may not find exactly what you’re looking for and that is perfectly normal. In this tutorial, we will explore how to use SUSE Studio to generate a highly tailored Linux system based on the latest openSUSE.

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How to integrate the latest Firefox in Gnome 3 on Debian Jessie

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How to integrate the latest Firefox in Gnome 3 on Debian Jessie
That may sound like an odd threesome, but Jessie can run Firefox as a native Gnome 3 application. And why would you want to do that? Debian already comes with a perfectly good web browser — Iceweasel, a rebranded version of Firefox. Why? Because of updates. Firefox updates much more often than Iceweasel. If you want the latest features and the latest bug fixes and security updates, you want Firefox.

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How to map your mouse on Linux

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How to map your mouse on Linux
The Linux desktop is unfortunately not a mainstream operating system, and so peripherals manufacturers don’t care much whether those cool extra side buttons (or whatever else) of our mouse works as intended or not. Thankfully, Linux is a powerful system that allows users to set things as they like, so here is a quick guide on how to map your mouse.

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How to split large audio files on Linux

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How to split large audio files on Linux
It is often the case that we want to split an “one-piece” audio recording into smaller files. A live concert could be broken down into songs so that you can burn it on a CD, or an interview can be separated into thematic sections. Whatever the case, here are four different ways to do it.

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Get started with Sweet Home 3D on Linux

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Get started with Sweet Home 3D on Linux
Sweet Home 3D is an open source interior design application that allows people to draw a layout of their home, test new furniture arrangements before actually trying them out, and finally visit the virtual home in 3D view. It is quite powerful and extensible, but it remains relatively simple to use even for people who know very little or nothing about home design. This tutorial will guide you through the first steps in designing with Sweet Home 3D.

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How to do image steganography on Linux

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How to do image steganography on Linux
Steganography is the ancient art of the information concealment. People have found numerous methods to achieve this such as “invisible” inks, messages hidden in objects, and the famous “null cipher”. The word “steganography” comes from the Greek words “steganos” and “graphy” which means “impenetrable writing”. The years have passed and steganography has evolved into a sophisticated part of cryptography.

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Getting started with Visual Studio Code (VSC) on Linux

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Getting started with Visual Studio Code (VSC) on Linux
Visual Studio Code (VSC) is a source code editor released by Microsoft only a few months ago. The software is based on the Atom engine and although it isn’t open source, it offers a working version for Linux that you may find useful for a set of reasons. In this tutorial, we will take a look on how to install, setup and get started with VSC.

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How to manage your passwords with Enpass on Linux

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How to manage your passwords with Enpass on Linux
Enpass is an advanced password manager that works natively on Linux. Although its open source nature is limited in the use of a free software encryption engine called SQLCipher, the tool offers good integration with widely used online services and can serve as a central platform where a lot of different passwords, accounts, and other miscellaneous information can be added. That said, it can be useful to many Linux users out there so here’s a quick guide on how to set it up.

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Installing Lighttpd with PHP (PHP-FPM mode) and MySQL or MariaDB on Ubuntu 15.04

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Installing Lighttpd with PHP (PHP-FPM mode) and MySQL or MariaDB on Ubuntu 15.04
Lighttpd is a secure, fast, standards-compliant web server designed for speed-critical environments. This tutorial shows how you can install Lighttpd on an Ubuntu 15.04 server with PHP support (through PHP-FPM) and MySQL. PHP-FPM (FastCGI Process Manager) is an alternative PHP FastCGI implementation with some additional features useful for sites of any size, especially busier sites.

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