Simpler Content Management

Flat-file content management systems

May 02, 2023

Not everyone needs a conventional database content management system. For beginners and smaller websites, a flat-file content management system offers ease of use, while eliminating attack vectors.

Flexible First Aider

All-around system maintenance tool

May 02, 2023

No other operating system offers as many free tools for system maintenance and data recovery as Linux. Snal Linux combines these tools to create a compact Live distribution.

Data Protection

­Three strategies for better backups

Sep 11, 2023

To protect your data, you need to do more than schedule regular backups. Here are three often overlooked strategies that can help make your backups more accessible, secure, and reliable.

Math Magic

A web-based math entry system

Aug 03, 2023

MathLex lets you easily transform handwritten math formulas to digital format and use them on the web.

Traffic Rules

A simpler packet filter

Apr 04, 2023

Filter rules for firewalls can be tricky. As the successor to iptables, nftables simplifies the process of creating and maintaining firewall rules.

Automatic Update

Flatpak updates with systemd

Apr 04, 2023

You can automate Flatpak updates without a package manager using systemd's services and timers.

Traffic Monitor

Analyze network traffic with Sniffnet

Apr 04, 2023

Network traffic remains a closed book for many users. Sniffnet lets less experienced users monitor their network traffic with ease.

KMail Revisited

Another look at KDE Plasma's email client

Aug 07, 2023

KMail offers a rich feature set, but a number of minor nuisances persist, making it a less than ideal email client.

Best Laid Plans

Integrating Google Authenticator with SSH logins

Mar 02, 2023

The Google Authenticator PAM module allows you to use time-based Google Authenticator passwords with various Linux services, including SSH.

Scheduling Specialist

An open source appointment manager

Mar 02, 2023

If you have a business that requires customers to make an appointment in advance for services, letting them request the appointment via Easy!Appointments can free up your phone line.

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