Today’s plan is to install the Common Unix Printing System on a Debian Wheezy machine and configure it to work with a Brother HL-4150CDN network printer. Continue reading
Yet another cheat-sheet for configuring network interfaces on Linux servers. Continue reading
This is something I do on a daily basis and try to keep it simple. Continue reading
Having to plan local area networks from time to time, I find it really handy to keep these IP basics somewhere close. Continue reading
I was aware of alien program for quite some time, but never had any real chance to use it in practice. However, that time has finally come. Continue reading
A link is a way to give a file multiple identities. Links in Linux are similar to shortcuts in Windows, and aliases in Mac OS. However, on a Linux filesystem, a file does not get deleted until there are no remaining hard links to it.
Linux relies on runlevels to determine what features are available upon system boot and what aren’t. Runlevels are numbered, from 0 to 9, and each one is assigned a set of services that should be active when entering a particular runlevel. Continue reading