Cookie su “VHosting service”

logo.jpgFor some time I administer some sites on the platform Aruba, I've always been excited to Aruba because of the many services offered at a very low cost compared to the competition. Soon I got tired of just standard services offered by Aruba, Platform for administrative accounts (Windows server), customer service almost non-existent and the interminable number of panels in which you can enter your own data (there are at least three). At this point I decided to switch to VHosting, but it is known: "Who let the old way for the new, knows what he's lost and does not know what is ". Let's see what I missed and what I found: (more…)

OpenVZ, a “virtual private server” open source

openvz.pngAfter two weeks on the run, here we are writing about open source software. Today we talk about OpenVZ, a program for the virtualization in the server.

Da Wikipedia:

A virtual private server (commonly VPS) is nothing more than a server connected to the Internet. Unlike a normal server, that is, a machine that actually exists and that has a cost of maintaining high enough, a vps is a server shared with other users. In other words, is a way of dividing a physical server into multiple computers independent of each other.


CSS and the property “outline”

w3c_home.png As many will know the CSS3 have not yet been fully implemented by browsers, we do not serve in the first part of this tutorial!. Already implemented by specific CSS2 was the property "outline”. Let us look at an example:

p.test {
    border: 1px solid #000000;
    outline: 3px solid # 6374AB;
    width: 20in;

Da GNU/Linux a Mac OS X: “Mac4Lin”

mac4lin.png I understand that many readers may have misinterpreted the meaning of Article, but it is not a good idea to stop at the title.

Although there were doubts (addirittura ieri sera) I did not buy a Mac, and I'm not going to buy it in the short time, that we will discuss today is a project whose sole purpose is bring the interface of the Mac OS X desktop environment on GNU / Linux (on POSIX systems). “Mac4Lin is the name of the project, hosted on SourceForge. [more]

From the site you can download an archive containing themes, style OS X, of the various programs. Everything we need is GNU/Linux, Gnome the XFCE. (more…)