30 June, 2008

Daily Archives

  • Linux Logical Volume Management (LVM)

    This article was first written in December 2003 for the BeezNest technical website (http://glasnost.beeznest.org/articles/99) LVM [1] is a great system to resize filesystems and partitions online [2], do online snapshots of the filesystems, span filesystems and partitions on multiple drives. It is the ultimate solution to the disk space allocation nightmare. Linux’s LVM is closely inspired […]

  • Mozilla

    This article was first written in December 2003 for the BeezNest technical website (http://glasnost.beeznest.org/articles/97) Mozilla is the all-in-one open source Internet application suite. It features, among others: a web browser: Mozilla Navigator, a MUA: Mozilla Mail, an HTML editor: Mozilla Composer, a calendar manager: Mozilla Calendar and is the engine of most other open source […]

  • Webalizer installation and use on Debian

    This is a simple guide on how to install Webalizer on a Debian system equipped with Apache. This should work for every version of every three elements (Debian, Apache and Webalizer) all together. Webalizer is a statistics application which analyses the Apache logs (in /var/log/apache) and makes a graphical output in web format, using the […]

  • GNOME 2.x Desktop

    Our preferred free desktop for X (the X Window System) is the GNOME Desktop. There are actually a lot of reasons to prefer it over others [1]. Most of them are summarized here: GNOME in a nutshell and So, why GNOME? Ours are mainly because we feel it is faster and looks a lot prettier than […]

  • PHP

    “PHP (recursive acronym for “PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor”) is a widely-used Open Source general-purpose scripting language that is especially suited for Web development and can be embedded into HTML.” See www.php.net. Using PHP is a matter of precision. ASP can be used to reach the same objectives but ASP has proven to us to be less […]