FAQ: How to order pizza from Linux CLI?

Q: How can I order my favourite pizza by using Linux command line interface? A: Well… You can use Pizza Party application written by Cory Arcangel and Michael Frumin! Here are some features this outstanding application provides: Can order pizza with only a few keystrokes. Can save pizza preferences. Can use batch files for ordering many pizzas. Has easy to use flags for ordering different toppings. Runs on most UNIX-like […]

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#ln -s /dev/null /dev/clue

found at http://17outs.com/.

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FAQ: How to retreive hardware manufacturer name, serial numbers, etc. in Linux command line

Question: How can I get information about hardware manufacturer, model name, serial number, BIOS information using Linux command line (CLI)? Answer: You are welcome to use dmidecode which helps to get information about your system’s hardware as described in your system BIOS. That information typically includes system manufacturer, model name, serial number, BIOS version, asset tag as well as a lot of other details depending on the manufacturer. Beware that […]

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OpenBSD: Secure Mail Server with Postfix, MySQL, ClamAV, SpamAssassin, Amavis-new

Few days ago I started configuring corporate mail server that should be deployed on OpenBSD and comprise the following features: Easy to configure and powerful MTA (Postfix) Virtual domains and user accounts (this information is stored in MySQL database) Antispam and antivirus checking for all accounts (spamassassin and clamav via amavis-new) Secure access to mailboxes through POP3, IMAP and HTTP (squirellmail) Secure SMTP server Extremal Stability and Security Actually OpenBSD […]

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10 good Unix habits to pick up

as usual provides us with excellent article about good habits which would help Unix administrators to improve their command line usage efficiency and break away from bad usage patterns in the process. I was impressed by this article and realized my everyday CLI usage is full of “bad patterns”. Nice point to give up them and pick up good style. When you use a system often, you tend to fall […]

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