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How to analyze Squid logs with SARG log analyzer on CentOS

Monday 14th of July 2014 03:59:34 PM
In a previous tutorial, we show how to configure a transparent proxy with Squid on CentOS. Squid provides many useful features, but analyzing a raw Squid log file is not straightfoward. For example, how could you analyze the time stamps and the number of hits in the following Squid log? 1404788984.429 1162 TCP_MISS/302 436 […]Continue reading...The post How to analyze Squid logs with SARG log analyzer on CentOS appeared first on Xmodulo.Related FAQs:How to set up a transparent HTTPS filtering proxy on CentOS How to set up Squid as a transparent web proxy on CentOS or RHEL How to configure network interfaces in CentOS How to set up VPN over SSH in Linux How to set up Open WebMail in CentOS

Raspberry Pi B+ Launched

Monday 14th of July 2014 03:02:23 PM
The Raspberry Pi B+ launched today with more capabilities while holding the same $35 price as its predecessor.

Inception team launches DevOps at Red Hat

Monday 14th of July 2014 02:05:12 PM
How do you kickstart a DevOps culture at your company? It's not easy, but focusing your team on the open source can be a big help. Many of the principles of DevOps are similar to the open source way like rapid prototyping, knowledge sharing, and collaboration.read more

How To Install & use Putty in Ubuntu Linux

Monday 14th of July 2014 01:08:01 PM
PuTTY is the most popular Windows SSH client. It supports flexible terminal setup, mid-session reconfiguration using Ctrl-rightclick, multiple X11 authentication protocols, and various other interesting things not provided by ssh in an xterm.

Is making your product free and open source crazy talk?

Monday 14th of July 2014 12:10:50 PM
Making money from open source. To many in the corporate world, that seems like a contradiction in terms. How are you supposed to make money from something that you give away? they ask. It can be done. A number of companies, large and small, have done quite well in the open source space over the years.read more

New Pfizer Breakthrough Miraculously Extends Lifespan Of Near-Death Patents

Monday 14th of July 2014 11:13:39 AM
NEW YORK — Hailing it as a groundbreaking discovery with far-ranging benefits, pharmaceutical company Pfizer announced a new breakthrough Friday that vastly extends the lifespan of near-death patents.

Linux Terminal: inxi – a full featured system information script

Monday 14th of July 2014 09:19:17 AM
Sometimes it’s useful to know which components you are using on a GNU/Linux computer or server, you can go with the long way, taking a look at the boot message for all the hardware discovered, use some terminal commands such as lsusb,lspci or lshw or some graphical tools such as hardinfo (my favourite graphical tool) or Inex/CPU-G. But I’ve discovered on my Linux Mint, that, by default, I’ve now a new option: inxi

Kickstarter, Etsy And Dwolla All Speak Out On Net Neutrality And Why The FCC's Plan Is Dangerous To Innovation

Monday 14th of July 2014 07:24:55 AM
During this open comment period for the FCC's proposed rulemaking on net neutrality, it's been great to see hundreds of thousands of comments go in to the FCC on the matter. It's also been fantastic to see that a number of innovative startups have decided to speak out on how important an open and free internet is for being able to build their businesses, to innovate and to compete on the modern internet. They also point out that the current plan from Commissioner Tom Wheeler would put that all at risk. Here are three interesting ones worth mentioning. http://www.techdirt.com/articles/20140710/17450827845/kickstarter-etsy-dwolla-all-speak-out-net-neutrality-why-fccs-plan-is-dangerous-to-innovation.shtml

Counting lines of code with cloc

Monday 14th of July 2014 05:30:33 AM
Are you working on a project and need to submit your progress, statistics or perhaps you need to calculate a value of your code? cloc is a powerful tool that allows you to count all lines of your code, exclude comment lines and white space and even sort it by programming language.

Battle Group 2 Action Game On Linux, My Thoughts

Monday 14th of July 2014 03:36:11 AM
Battle Group 2 was released for Linux this June, and it's a reasonably good little Linux game, so here are my thoughts on it.

Cubietruck review

Monday 14th of July 2014 01:41:49 AM
Designed for those who have outgrown the Cubieboard2, can the Cubietruck’s boosted specifications justify its increased selling price?

LXer Weekly Roundup for 13-Jul-2014

Sunday 13th of July 2014 11:47:27 PM
[url=http://lxer.com/team.php][img]http://lxer.com/content/Scott_Ruecker.jpg[/img][/url] [b]LXer Feature: 13-Jul-2014[/b]In the LXWR this week we have the popularity of Firefox on the wane, building with JFrog, 5 reasons to switch to Deepin and the Raspberry Pi compute Module explained. Enjoy!

A Linux Port Of Terraria Will Soon Be Looked At

Sunday 13th of July 2014 10:50:49 PM
Terraria a very popular 2D sandbox game is alive once again thanks to a renewed push from developers, and in a recent update they noted Linux will be looking into after Mac (and Mac looks close).

Chitwanix OS 1.5 Screenshot Tour

Sunday 13th of July 2014 08:56:27 PM
The team is proud to announce the release of our second version, Chitwanix OS 1.5 'Khukuri'. Some remarkable improvements of this release are: Sagarmatha 1.0.2; HTML5 login screen with a user list and on-screen keyboard; updated software packages; improvements in drivers and supports like WiFi drivers, Ethernet drivers, graphics, HDMI; improvements in Nemo and its extensions; artworks improvements. Sagarmatha 1.0.2 is a desktop environment for Chitwanix OS which is forked from Cinnamon 2.0, featuring a lot of additional bug fixes, features and tweaks. Version 1.0 is the initial version of Sagarmatha which is installed as default in Khukuri.

How to display an poutput like Top

Sunday 13th of July 2014 07:02:05 PM
Top continuously displays a changing output, ever wondered how your script can do the same?

Pick of the Bunch: Console Internet Applications

Sunday 13th of July 2014 05:07:43 PM
I would be the first to concede that Linux users will never be satisfied being denied access to a desktop environment. Linux users have a choice of many different desktop environments, all with their own different styles and strengths. Which desktop environment is best invokes strong feelings. Personally, I have no strong feelings for or against any of the environments available. This is predominately because I still spend a lot of my time either using the Linux console, or, when in X, I end up at a terminal emulator, mostly Terminator.

Mozilla brings Indian communities together

Sunday 13th of July 2014 11:00:11 AM
Mozilla organized two national events in India during the month of June this year: Indic FirefoxOS L10n Sprint 2014 and Mozcamp Beta 2014.read more

Linux Kernel 3.2.61 LTS Officially Released with Support for New Devices

Sunday 13th of July 2014 09:05:49 AM
Ben Hutchings, the maintainer of the Linux 2.6 kernel branch, had the pleasure of announcing yesterday, July 11, that a brand-new maintenance release is available for download, urging users to update to it as soon as possible.

Fallout 3: Game of the Year Edition (Steam) Works with Wine 1.7.22

Sunday 13th of July 2014 07:11:27 AM
Alexandre Julliard had the pleasure of announcing the immediate availability for download and testing of a brand-new development release of Wine, an open-source application that allows Linux users to run Windows apps.

Dropbox 2.11.0 for Linux Brings a Revamped User Interface

Sunday 13th of July 2014 05:17:05 AM
Linux users can now test a brand-new development release of the Dropbox for Linux client, version 2.11.0, which introduces a revamped user interface, as well as various tweaks, bugfixes and enhancements.