All posts tagged linux

How to force Roundcube to use SSL

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Roundcube is a web-based IMAP email tool. It simply allows you to browse and manipulate content from email server easily using your browser. However if you are a system administrator of if you have your own mail server it is highly recommended to use a SSL certificate when you are going to read your emails.

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Linux and Unix. What does all mean?

unix vs linux what and howThe internet is fully by tutorials and descriptions about Unix and Linux and what does mean all and what are the best to choose, but these tutorials are too longĀ  and i made this tutorial to explain you more concise what does mean Unix and Linux and to respond at this question: Unix vs Linux , differences and connections and what is the best option depending by what you want to do.

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Force Memory to FREE on Linux Systems

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These days I faced with excessive loading of memory on a Linux system. Fortunately there are some tips to free up RAM memory and see how much memory is available in real time! It is like you run garbage collector for memory on Linux!

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How to remotely REBOOT, SHUTDOWN and PowerOFF Linux from terminal

How_To_Fix_Restart_Reboot_LinuxSome time if you have a dedicated server or you have access to a server that have Linux as Operating System and you want to restart or reboot or shut down the computer you can do this from putty after you’re connected to that system. Since you are logged in with putty you have access to terminal. Well, connected with putty mean the same thing with terminal so all commands from putty will work on terminal too and vice versa.

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