Cheat Sheets Archive

Install and Configure : Java in Linux

Installing JAVA in your  Linux server allow you to host online games, chat with people around the world, calculate your mortgage interest, and view images in 3D, just to name a few. It’s also integral to the intranet applications and other e-business solutions that are the foundation of corporate computing. In this short post, lets [&hellip

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.htaccess Cheat Sheet

Htaccess (Hypertext access ) are placed inside the corresponding document root of the web servers, and are able to override a subset of the server’s global configuration for the directory that they are in, and all sub-directories. Here are some of the most useful htaccess cheat rules. Enable Directory Browsing Options +Indexes ## block a few types [&hellip

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EXIM Cheat Sheet

Exim is the most flexible, features oriented mail server mainly bundled with the Webhosting Control panels. Below are some of the life saving exim commands which make your email troubleshooting faster.. Print a count of the messages in the queue: root@localhost# exim -bpc Print a listing of the messages in the queue (time queued, size, message-id, [&hellip

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Vi Cheat Sheet

VI is my favorite command line editor. I do see it seems to be very difficult for a newbie to handle VI because of its control commands but people found it very easy once they get the clutch up. I have briefly commented out most of the VI commands here for a quick reference. a enter insertion mode [&hellip

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Ports Cheat Sheet

In the network world all the communications are linked to ports. All the services are bounded to a set of ports to full fill their needs. Below are the list of few ports which we come across in our day to day life. This would be a cheat sheet for our quick reference. Port Application [&hellip

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Bash Cheat Sheet

The bash shell has a very rich array of convenient shortcuts that can make your life, working with the command line, a whole lot easier. This ability to edit the command line using shortcuts is provided by the GNU Readline library.                 Here are a set of Bash shortcuts [&hellip

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