Memcache is a powerful tool to share objects across servers and it is used by several big sites including Facebook, Yahoo and many more. The best part about using memcached on your server is that you can cut down on your database queries significantly and store commonly used objects in memory and share it across multiple servers.

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Use Ubuntu Font on Websites

Learn how to use the Ubuntu font for your website or webpage. Use the Ubuntu font on your website in all browsers with Google Web Fonts.

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wlw-in-linux

Linux is a great operating system. However, for some old Windows users, there’s always a favorite application that’s missing. In my case it was Windows Live Writer.

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Fix Syslinux No DEFAULT or UI configuration directive found!. Fix Syslinux booting issue from USB Drive, where you get an Default or UI Config error and a boot prompt.

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ext2explore

We look at a tool which allows you to read files from your Linux partition.

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Add extra swap space to your Linux box with a USB drive

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Create Bootal CentOS/RedHat 5.x USB Drive

Create bootable USB drive for CentOS or Redhat using ISO2USB. ISO2USB can create bootable USB drives from CentOS/Redhat CD installation or ISO image file. You can then use the USB drive to install the OS on computers which do not have optical drives.

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How to transform Ubuntu(Gnome) into Windows XP desktop

Read this tutorial to transform Ubuntu (Gnome) into Windows XP Desktop, using a single script

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Some commands to reinstall Ubuntu from command line. A single command can be used to restore Ubuntu to factory settings.

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crontab_generator

Cron jobs are basically scheduled tasks for Linux based OS, that are supposed to run at certain intervals, users can manually add cron jobs to their system by using the command “crontab –e” and editing the file to add new cron job.

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Ubuntu Linux or any Linux operating system can use a swap partition for paging in case if it runs out of physical memory. The swap partition is not a mandatory requirement for using Linux but it is advisable that you have a swap partition setup to avoid memory bottleneck in case you run out of your physical memory.

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ubunutu_startup_manager

Techie Buzz is powered by a Ubuntu Hardy operating system, and we do a lot of configuration and setups on the server. However unlike Windows we only use the command line for managing the server, so adding and removing startup items becomes a pain.

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Linux commands are not that easy, however there are websites which come up with brilliant tutorials that make learning Linux that more easier, just like our Linux Tips have been useful in the past, the Geek Stuff has been coming up with useful tips and tricks that would help make you a better Linux user. […]

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For me Linux has always been a Command Line Interface (CLI) as opposed to a Graphical User Interface (GUI), learning commands the hard way is the best way to remember them, but why type over commands that you have already typed in a current or previous session in the console? Here is a simple tip […]

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Backups are the way of keeping your data safe and secure from disasters, and those include your personal data as well your blog database where you have been writing for days, months or years. We have always opted for hosting providers that provide us access to Shell interfaces using which we can use putty to […]

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