Category: Fedora

Fedora 13 nVidia Drivers Install Guide (disable the nouveau driver)

Looking Fedora 22/21 nVidia Drivers Install Guide? I’ve tried this method in few Fedora 12 and Fedora 13 machine, and looks like it is working. Nouveau has been enabled by default starting from Fedora 11 and looks like nouveau cause some problems on Fedora 12 and Fedora 13, when try to use nVidia proprietary driver. […]

Hide Apache ServerSignature / ServerTokens / PHP X-Powered-By

By default almost all Apache installation shows sensitive server information with Apache version number, server operating system details, installed Apache modules, PHP-version and so on. Attackers can use this information when performing attacks. Some examples howto check server information that Apache sends Error page Use lynx $ lynx -head -mime_header HTTP/1.0 200 OK Date: […]

Howto upgrade Fedora 11 to Fedora 12 with Preupgrade

I think the most easiest way to upgrade Fedora 11 to Fedora 12 is program called preupgrade, which download needed packages from the server and then just reboot to installer and after install boot the new system. Of course it’s important backup your important files before upgrading. Commands and screenshots of whole upgrading process First […]

Fedora 12 Constantine is released

Fedora team promises to bring to you the latest and greatest release of Fedora ever, Fedora 12! Many things are really changed and improved. Fedora 12 also brings lots of new packages. Here is some highlights from Fedora 12 new stuff Optimized performance – 32-bit architecture software packages have been compiled with special optimization for […]

Add date and time to Linux terminal title (Gnome Terminal, xterm, urxvt, rxvt)

Here is easy way add date and time to Linux terminal title. This trick works at least following terminals Gnome Terminal, xterm, urxvt, rxvt. Simply type the following command line: while sleep 1 ; do echo -ne ‘\033]2;’`date`’\007’; done &

Google search from Linux and UNIX command line

Today I started thinking that how cool is do some Google searches straight from command line. First I try to find some ready tricks from the Internet, but I couldn’t find quickly anything good. So I decide do a simple Bash function that can take Google search as parameter and open Firefox Browser (tab) with […]

Linux Tip: How to handle a files with a dash as first character from command line

Sometimes you maybe have to handle files with a dash (-) as first character from Linux command line. It can be difficult, because the script “thinks” the marks after the dash are parameters. So files which name begins with dash (-) can not be dealt with directly by typing the command and the file name, […]

CSS compression with own PHP class VS CSSTidy

It makes sense to optimize the site’s cascading style sheets (CSS), as it pages load faster, and it reduce the amount of data transferred, and just combining css files could significantly reduce requests to server. So users benefit from faster page loads and webmaster of the sites benefits from the cheaper price of the transferred […]

Prevent the browsers to use old cached CSS and JS files

Browser cache is very useful when users download the same CSS and JS files multiple times. Some browsers, however, use the old CSS and JS files from the cache, even though they have been updated. This may lead to unpleasant situations, when the pages are displayed to the user with the wrong styles or pages […]

Postgresql (psql) .psqlrc tips and tricks

Psql is a good tool for the PostgreSQL database management and use. Psql client functioning can easily be improved by adding a few lines ~/.psqlrc file. Set all null fields to NULL: \pset null ‘NULL’ After this, the query results look like this: select ‘test’ as test_text, null as test_null; test_text | test_null ———–+———– test […]

Calendar (cal) on Linux command line

Sometimes it feels that many of the excellent and convenient command-line tools is forgotten, when they are replaced by graphical tools. A good example is the cal program, which is a command-line calendar to Linux and UNIX. It displays a simple calendar in text format. Cal usage: Displays current month calendar on console: cal Output: […]

Nano Text Editor and nanorc Tips and Tricks

Nano is easy to use and lightweight command line text editor for Linux and UNIX systems. Nano text editor can use either the default settings or improve settings with customized nanorc-file. Here are some tips that can improve the usability of Nano. Changes can be made to nanorc file, either locally or to all users […]

Microsoft Word doc documents handling on Linux command line with Antiword

Sometimes it is convenient and necessary to deal with Microsoft Word doc documents directly on Linux command line. MS Word documents handling directly from the Linux command line is possible with Antiword program. Anti-Word is a small, easy to use and lightweight command line program that can convert Microsoft Word documents to PDF, PostScript, and XML. […]