by Mark Sanborn on October 7, 2009
A chance to work on an open source easy to use site monitor written in Python.
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by Mark Sanborn on September 9, 2009
Want to show someone across the internet something on your screen easily? Dropbox makes it easy.
by Mark Sanborn on August 26, 2009
In this article we try to mimic the great Dropbox. This part of the series deals with setting up basic file synchronization in Linux.
by Mark Sanborn on August 5, 2009
Rsync is one of the best tools can you can carry around in your tool belt. Learn how to use the defacto standard backup and syncing application, rsync.
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by Mark Sanborn on July 29, 2009
Sometimes the GUI is just too slow. Learn how to resize images, add drop shadows, splice mp3s, clone hard drives and more with the command line.
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by Mark Sanborn on July 8, 2009
Everything you need to know about shutting down and rebooting Linux from the command line.
by Mark Sanborn on July 6, 2009
Discover how to send mail through Gmail with perl.
by Mark Sanborn on July 2, 2009
After you have an email server configured it is time to set the MAILTO variable and start getting email alerts about your scheduled cron tasks.
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by Mark Sanborn on July 1, 2009
One of the biggest reasons for installing an email server on a Nix machine is the ability to use scripts to send alerts in the case of security concerns, hardware failure, or when certain mission critical tasks are completed successfully.
by Mark Sanborn on June 30, 2009
Python is a great scripting language for Linux and it is often used to automate tasks or check on overall system health. Discover how to send emails through Gmail with Python.
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