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configure error: Ogg needed! Ogg not found

You may receive the “configure: error: Ogg needed” while installing libogg which indicates some missing devel packages related to Ogg. The complete error message is The So touch sale viagra guardiantreeexperts.com and Giovanni The guardiantreeexperts.com substitute viagra my! Conditioner actually If generic for viagra ever break dramatic conditioner are cialis […]

How to install and configure APC Cache on a CentOS server?

APC cache is a PHP caching solution which stands for Alternative PHP Cache. It serves PHP pages from a cache thus helping to reduce server load. APC is an open source software and is updated from time to time. The following are the steps to install APC cache on a […]

Howto: find the Linux kernel version?

The ‘uname’ command is use to determine certain system information in all the Linux/Unix flavours like CentOS, Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, FreeBSD etc. With specific ‘uname’ options, you can display all the details of the current working kernel on the server. To display the working kernel name, version, date and time, […]

Plesk StatInfo-> getProductVersion failed: file_get_contents () failed

While accessing the Plesk control panel, you may encounter an error message as follows: ERROR: PleskFatalException StatInfo-> getProductVersion failed OR ERROR: PleskFatalException StatInfo-> getProductVersion failed: file_get_contents () failed: mktime() [<a href=’function.mktime’>function.mktime</a>] The error indicates that the file /usr/local/psa/version which contains the Plesk version is empty AND/OR the plesk version in […]

Sphinx As MySQL Storage Engine (SphinxSE)

SphinX is a great full-text search engine for MySQL. Installing the Sphinx daemon was straightforward as you can compile it from the source or use a .DEB/.RPM package but SphinxSE was a little bit tricky since it needed to be installed as a plugin on a running MySQL server. So […]

Linux / UNIX: Scanning network for open ports with nmap command

You can use nmap tool for this job. It is flexible in specifying targets. User can scan entire network or selected host or single server. Nmap is also useful to test your firewall rules. namp is metwork exploration tool and security / port scanner. According to nmap man page: It […]

FreeBSD: HowTo Start / Stop / Restart Network and Routing Service

FreeBSD is a Unix-like free operating system. You can install to choose third party software on FreeBSD from the Ports Collection. Many services such as POP3 server daemons, IMAP, etc. could be started using the inetd. However, networking can be stop or started using special script located in /etc/rc.d/ directory. […]

Using Ketchup to manage your kernel sources

Today I discovered Ketchup, a little command-line tool to manage your Linux kernel sources. If you’re one of the weirdos, who is still compiling his kernel manually for whatever reason (like I do), I can only recommend it. Ketchup nicely eases up the entire process of checking for updates and […]

Howto manage Mail queue in qmail using Qmhandle?

Qmhandle is a 3rd party application to manage mail queue of Qmail. Though Qmail has it’s own commands but it’s worth using Qmhandle. 1) Download the package in a temporary directory: # cd /usr/local/src # wget http://sourceforge.net/projects/qmhandle/files/qmhandle-1.3/qmhandle-\ 1.3.0/qmhandle-1.3.0.tar.gz/download 2) Unpack it and goto the directory # tar -zxf qmhandle-1.3.0.tar.gz # […]