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How To Set Up WebDAV With Lighttpd On Debian Squeeze Version 1.0 Author: Falko Timme <ft [at] falkotimme [dot] com> Follow me on Twitter Last edited 03/26/2012 This guide explains how to set up WebDAV with lighttpd on a Debian Squeeze server. How to Subnet a Network : Learn-Networking.com A properly designed subnet can do wonders for the security and performance of a network. The main idea in subnetting is to divide a network into smaller pieces, which we call subnets. Actually implementing a subnet is typically more difficult than simply using the default subnet mask of 255.255.255.0.

14 Best DIY Gadget Projects of 2011 Becoming a "maker" is a very green thing to do, and we love seeing fun, interesting and do-able projects to test out our builder instincts. This year, we've come across some fantastic projects by creative makers, from building your own solar-powered emergency radio to whipping up a solar oven with sun-tracking capabilities. Check out the top 14 projects from this year, and start making your to-do list. KLook: A Swiss Army Knife of media type viewers It is a joy to come across an application that works so well and combines the features and functionalities of several applications that it is difficult to not want to tell everybody about it. The application I am referring to, is called KLook. That is “look” prefixed with a “K.”

How to Crack a Wi-Fi Network's WEP Password with BackTrack Kinja is in read-only mode. We are working to restore service. I did check the publication date on this piece, because - no sarcasm intended - I thought something bubbled up from 2005. WEP cracking can be done much more easily than this, even. Kismet and Kismac both crack WEP with less effort. ALL Star Wars Paper Snowflake Design Patterns Featured, Pop Culture — By BB Admin on December 15, 2011 5:33 pm Got some time on your hands and some scissors? Are you a Star Wars Fan-atic? Well, put that time and talent to good and practical use by creating your own Star Wars Snowflakes from paper cuts. Scroll to the bottom to see where you can download patterns for all of these Star Wars snowflake patterns. Don’t wait for a disappointing snow where none of the snowflakes resemble George Lucas creations – Make your own snowflakes in the shape of your beloved Star Wars characters such as…

How To Fix Broken Packages In Ubuntu Or Debian PPA’s: Silver Sword Or Golden Band-Aid So, you just had to go overboard with your PPA’s, didn’t you? The lure of bleeding-edge software was just to great for you to be able to stick with the tried-and-true software that was already available in your existing repositories. Not even backports could sate your need to run with the pack. PPA’s in Ubuntu are a great way to get software you would otherwise have to wait for. Ubuntu, which is on a 6-month release cycle, always has relatively up-to-date software for your general consumption, but when you just can’t wait for the next release, PPA’s provide a good channel for properly packaged updates.

Moving domain to Google Apps: A record versus CNAME record? Website Technology Issues forum at WebmasterWorld Correct. Close. DNS has nothing directly to do with URLs, though. It deals with domain names only - the part to the left of the "/". (As in your example above.) Setting up a reverse SSH tunnel Learn to forward a port on a remote machine to a local machine while initiating the SSH tunnel from the local machine. SSH is an extremely useful tool in that it allows you to do many things in a secure fashion that you might not otherwise be able to do. One of the things SSH allows you to do is to set up a reverse encrypted tunnel for data transfer. The Best Science Fiction Books (According to Reddit) Recently, someone asked Reddit for a list of the best science fiction books of all time. Being a fan of sci-fi, and wanting to expand my own reading list, I thought it would be helpful to tally the results and preserve them here for future reference. I've also included selected quotes from the comments, as well as my own notes on the books I've already read. PS: All book images in this post are copyright Amazon, and were retrieved using my Big Book Search Engine.

CD and DVD Writing from the Linux Command Line This page aims to provide a gentle introduction to the world of CD and DVD writing from the command line under Linux. Unlike the approach of many such pages available today I aim to present a handful of "task oriented" examples with the idea that such concrete examples will convince most people that the true power of burning under Linux rests solidly on the command line rather than the graphical user interface. Four such examples are in place now: How to Setup the MX Record for Your Domain Name Tutorial If you have your domain name pointed elsewhere, but you wish to have your mail handled by your web hosting provider (e.g. SiteGround.com), you can easily achieve this by pointing your domain's MX (Mail eXchange) record to your host. To point your mail service to us, you should change your MX record of your domain to point to your server's hostname. For example, if your account is hosted on sitegroundXXX.com, then you should change your MX record to: sitegroundXXX.com. Select the domain name for which you want to alter the MX record from the drop down menu. The default MX records configuration will be loaded.

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