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GNU/Linux

Configure Apache after installation

A golden rule: You should never have to manage a website from your home directory. MAY. You should not give the web server the opportunity to go through the /home/ to see the directory structure, as well as all other subfolders. A poorly configured Web server, or not configured, or without patch can cause a huge loss of data, or loss of credentials, likely to put personal data and access of different users at risk. (more…)

By TheJoe, ago
SEO

11 things to know to optimize your site on Yandex

Yandex is the most popular search engine ever. With its market share is around 62% It is a power in Poland, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Belarus and Turkey. Google is still a power in Russia, but if you advertise or sell in Russia you should first optimize for Yandex, then for Google. Yandex has many requirements that differ from other search engines. This aspect makes Yandex one of the most popular search engines with which to optimize because it is different than the material from which the SEO professionals tend to work every day. (more…)

By TheJoe, ago
Software

CodeLobster PHP Edition: free PHP editor, Javascript, HTML, CSS

CodeLobster PHP Edition It is cutting edge software for working with web programming languages. It 'been around a long time and has many users. In this article, I'll tell you all you need to know to become familiar with this tool. With Codelobster can change files easily PHP, HTML, CSS and JavaScript. The function of highlight syntax along with suggestions for features, their parameters and tags make the experience of efficient coding. If your file has mixed content, You do not have to worry because the tool handles them easily. For example, if you add PHP code to an HTML template, Codelobster highlight accurately both written in PHP functions that HTML tags separately, allowing you to distinguish them. The same applies to the CSS or JavaScript code that is often contained in a HTML file. (more…)

By TheJoe, ago
GNU/Linux

Delete the silence at the beginning and end of an audio file with SoX

SoX It is a tool for Editing audio files via the command line in Linux. Some past projects will allow the use through GUI, but they were in time abandoned all and there remained only the command line (not that I mind). Often the audio file is set to a silent too long beginning or end of the file. HE, as in my case, the files are queued in audio player, or on a CD the wait is nervous. SoX well as do virtually anything with audio files, It allows you to remove the silence in the input and output, returning a file ready to be queued or burn (and often much lighter original). (more…)

By TheJoe, ago
GNU/Linux

VeraCrypt: the successor of TrueCrypt

In 2009 I wrote an article on security. The best that I could find online to encrypt their files was TrueCrypt, at the time was a safe & software. I can not say the same thing seven years later. The development has been arrested in 2014, but good news there. I could recommend a list of software that do the same thing, but I would not do is leave open questions and invite people to spend time (time that I have already spent). For this reason I will not go further and recommend a project fork that has been followed to the present day. It's called VeraCrypt (the latest release to date is dated October 2016). (more…)

By TheJoe, ago
Security

Google Webfont: dentro la talpa WordPress

Today (after more than five months) I get to write on the blog. And back at breakneck speed with an article to 007 that will make your hair stand on end users WordPress. I discovered today that the version in WordPress 3.8 (Today we are 4.0) has been enabled by default in the backend the Open Sans font. In fact I had already noticed little slow in loading the backend, but I thought it was due to the new "engine" ie WordPress, instead is due to direct inclusion of a branded Google webfont. (more…)

By TheJoe, ago
GNU/Linux

5 GNOME Shell extensions that will make your life easier

After all hiding from the blog, a mouthful broad appeal is just what we want. I did not want to shoot too high, so I opted for "facilitate" rather than "change". Also because there is little change, not? Today we see how to speed up some operations using extensions Gnome Shell. But first, a clarification for those who do not know what is Gnome or Gnome Shell. Unlike other operating systems, in GNU/Linux the back-end and the GUI are two separate things. A computer that mounts Linux can and should work even without interface (more…)

By TheJoe, ago
GNU/Linux

Bcache: the advantage of having a layer between SSD and HDD in terms of speed

Ok, the truth is that these days are not very inspired with titles, unfortunately you will have to settle. Today we talk about speed and SSD / HDD. We will not make the usual benchmark to demonstrate the superiority in speed of solid state disk (it is a fact that it is faster), Instead we understand that it can be useful and economical to add a layer to take care of to communicate the two disks to speed up the process of burning the old HDD. (more…)

By TheJoe, ago
GNU/Linux

Terminal: clear the command history

Cencellare command history from the history of the terminal is a simple operation. Default, the last 500 commands type in termilane are stored in the hidden file ".bash_history". The previously typed commands can be read quickly by using the arrow keys ("freccia its" and "down arrow"). This makes it easy to invoke a command recently typed, but it could be a security issue if that session was used by more people. So how does one delete the command history? (more…)

By TheJoe, ago