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The Perfect SpamSnake - Ubuntu Jaunty Jackalope

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This tutorial shows how to set up an Ubuntu Jaunty Jackalope based server as a spamfilter in Gateway mode. In the end, you will have a SpamSnake Gateway which will relay clean emails to your MTA.

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Accessing your favorite media via the terminal

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ubuntumagazine.net: This article is touches upon learning how to leverage some of the real power of Linux via the terminal. The terminal gives you full control of everything behind the scenes.

Linux Troubleshooting Guide: Fix the Most Common Problems

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maximumpc.com: Troubleshooting has always been one of the most frustrating aspects of computer ownership. Due to the practically infinite number of potential problems, it would be utterly impossible to write a how-to guide to fix all of them, but in this article we are going to address some of the most common problems.

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  • Wipe Deleted Files with dd

  • Tuxguitar and Ubuntu Tip
  • Use tabs to open multiple files in vim
  • Setting Up Arch Linux
  • Install Boxee in Ubuntu 9.04 Jaunty x86_64
  • HOWTO Share Directories via NFS -Gentoo
  • Linux Tips: Modify ctrl-alt-del behavior
  • Joining Gentoo Servers to Active Directory
  • Netbook Broadcom (43xx) Cards with Debian Lenny
  • Explain Linux TCP Wrappers
  • Integrate Firefox 3 and KDE 4
  • IPTables Tips
  • Setting up a Proftp server
  • How to add additional swap area in SuSe/openSUSE
  • Linux Tips
  • Ubuntu 9.04 Tip Round-up

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  • Routine check of drives

  • Create drag-and-drop DVD .iso image burning in Ubuntu
  • Mounting SD memory card on boot
  • Ubuntu 9.04 SSD Tips
  • Creating Queries in OpenOffice.org Base
  • Disabling the Root Account on Your SSH Server
  • OpenOffice.org 3.1 anti-aliasing
  • Keeping File Ownership (UIDs) Consistent when Using EBS on EC2
  • Git Development Cycle
  • Use antiword to extract text from .doc files
  • Set up a Reverse SSH Tunnel
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