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Hardening security and fun around it

Posted 12-06-2010 at 10:21 PM by Web31337 (In The Middle Of Nowhere [edK's blog])
Updated 12-06-2010 at 10:22 PM by Web31337

I've had a long session of improving security on my home server yesterday.
I never actually made a permanent and correct monitoring with rkhunter, but when I ran through all it's options, I finally came to realize this is just awesome, it just OWNZ! Greets to developers team!!!
Some guys from LQ Security forum really are the experts. I always knew that, but just again, in case you read my blog, I'd like to thank you all, the members of "online security team" of LQ, you know...
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LinuxExpert Group

Posted 12-06-2010 at 07:11 PM by Focused4Success

LinuxQuestions.org is a really great site. There has been a Linux Expert group on LinkedIn for a while. The owner sent the follow message, which I find rather interesting. It's worth a look as well. The Linux world is a real melting pot, more and more people use it commercially than ever before which expands the community. Take a look, maybe this is an additional community you will be interested in.

Reprinted from LinkedIn Mass Mailing 12/6/2010

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CSS small caps

Posted 12-06-2010 at 09:58 AM by lumak (Lumak's Guide to Random Things)
Updated 12-11-2010 at 12:02 PM by lumak

As many know, the proper css style to produce small caps does not function as expected:
Code:
font-variant: small-caps;
This style will often cause all the letters to be normal sized uppercase letter essentially producing the same style as:
Code:
text-transform: uppercase;
This is aside from the w3 recommendations stating to do this as a LAST resort. The browser is supposed to attempt to force the small-caps first by turning all the...
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Adroid operating system

Posted 12-06-2010 at 03:56 AM by er.surendersharma

Hello,

I am newbie into Android mobile phone development with linux kernel. but I am able to get from where I should start. I know the basic architecture of Android o/s. but I dont know how Android and linux kernel work and how both attach to each other .which interface or system call is in b/w of them . So ,I want to know the system call interface of Android and Linux kernel . Is there any good manual then please tell me .


Thanks,
Surender Sharma
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Debian on NSLU2

Posted 12-04-2010 at 09:54 PM by Caysho

I have a spare NSLU2 (no longer sold) which I had originally intended to use as a backup to one I use as a fileserver (running OpenSlug).
I have been wanting to put a torrent client on it as well.

Ubuntu has an installer, but support has since been removed.

Initial install.
So I go with debian. The device has 32 MB RAM, so the oom killer kills the disk formatter.
Partition the drive separately - I have a 4 GB USB stick:
  • Primary partition 3 GB
...
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