Marking ALL Your Google Voice Mails as Read

Are you like me and never actually go into google voice to mark them as read as you do email? I just look at the email that I get in my gmail box and look at the transcription. Hardly ever ...

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Perl – Executing System Commands

Perl comes with the ability to execute commands at the OS level, on any OS you are running (Linux, Windows, Mac, etc etc) There are three options available, all are different: system – Returns an exit code of the command ...

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CodeGuard Website Backup (Free & Premium) Review

Everyone at some point has done it, or will do it. You create a website, get it running, start writing articles or content for the website and all is going well until that dreaded moment happens. It can be a ...

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Perl Tips And Tricks (Part 1)

A good developer tries to use as little lines of code as possible. If theres 2 ways to do something, and one takes one line, and the other takes 3, then you typically would want to go with the one ...

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Installing Graphite on CentOS 6

This is the fastest way I have found to get Graphite installed. It is a rough tutorial but this is the fasteset way I have found to get it up and running. Install epel repo Install dependencies You can try ...

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Viewing Bash Exit Status Codes With Pipes

Recently I was executing bash scripts from within bash scripts, and executing commands based off of exit code, typically I just use or just the typical But now what if you are also piping the output of script.sh through tee? Then you ...

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The Best Way to Install Nagios – Using OMD The Open Monitoring Distribution

Without a doubt the best OpenSource monitoring software out there is Nagios. Now I’m sure this is a debatable topic and some favor other options out there such as Zabbix. But if your a true Linux head, and loath any ...

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How to quickly and efficiently delete all data in a LARGE MySQL table using TRUNCATE

If you have a very large table in MySQL and you need to delete all the data from it. Instead of using the DELETE syntax or DELETE FROM tablename; It is best to use the TRUNCATE syntax. This will delete all data ...

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VMware and Hot Adding Hard Disks to a Running CentOS or RHEL Linux System

Its possible to extend your disk space on your running virtual machine without even needing to reboot! There are a few caveats obviously, you need to be using LVM (if you are not, SHAME ON YOU!) and be comfortable with file systems ...

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Copy your SSH key to multiple servers from a list

We’ve all been there, you’re sitting at work and your boss gives you a task and you immediately get frustrated because not only is it one of the most annoying jobs to do but it also will consume a lot ...

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