Features

NoOps: Divining the Future of the Network

The Rise of the Developer

Apr 09, 2012

Mention NoOps and you’re sure to start an argument. But terminology aside, this is a coming trend to which ITs should pay attention.

Bash Tips: Passing Passwords

Mar 26, 2012

Bash offers any number of simplifications, especially when it comes to pesky individual steps in installation routines for larger software packages. Some caution is advisable, though, if you need to handle database and application passwords, which can easily be compromised.

Install Your Own Git Server

Git Server

Mar 26, 2012

Linus Torvalds’s Git more or less conquered the version management scene overnight. For collaboration in a team, you can easily set up your own Git server to store your repositories. We describe two approaches in this article.

Cloud Storage Behind the Firewall

Bridging the Cloud and BYOD Gap

Mar 09, 2012

ownCloud's new commercial venture lets you manage risk and data exposure in a bring-your-own-device age.

Bash Tips: Autocompletion

Feb 28, 2012

Steer around errors and save yourself some typing by adding autocompletion to your Bash scripts.

Book Review: The Linux Command Line

Feb 24, 2012

A complete introduction to the shell for novices and masters alike.

Qemu and the Kernel

Debugger

Feb 23, 2012

Debugging the kernel of a running operating system has always been tricky, but now the Qemu emulator supports cross-platform kernel and module debugging at the programming language level.

Rescuing Lost Files with TestDisk and PhotoRec

Saved!

Feb 12, 2012

TestDisk and its cousin PhotoRec will help you recover the data you thought you’d lost.

Automating Cloud Services with Open Source Tools

Juju and Nodeable provide automated management and reporting for distributed computing.

Feb 12, 2012

Like it or not, DevOps is here to stay, and the demands of cloud and distributed computing are bringing a host of new tools to help coders and admins manage these ever-changing systems.

Better Bash

Shell scripts from hell: Shebang

Jan 31, 2012

In the beginning was the double pound sign and the exclamation mark – or at least shell scripts always start this way. The inventor, Dennis Ritchie, really didn’t know how much pain this was going to cause users.

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