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USB memory sticks are replacing the DVD as the go to method of installing Linux, but what if you find yourself in that rare situation of having access to neither?

With passwords still being the most common method of authentication remembering or keeping them in a safe place can still be a challenge.

There are plenty of good reasons why you might want a local Linux based web development environment even if you normally use Windows for your day to day computing.

One way or another you're actually using Linux every day.

Anyone who runs a web server with database intensive web sites and applications knows how hard it can be to tame this beast and end up with just the right MySQL configuration for your circumstances.

If you're running a Linux server you probably want to know when there are any issues the moment the incident happens so you can address it sooner and minimize any service outage.

There are many ways to check your disk usage on Linux, but in certain settings and situations you might need to do it using the good old Linux command line utilities.

Probably the most important tool for any developer is the code editor.

Linux server administrators running dedicated or VPS servers don't necessarily need a fancy control panel, and there are actually some reasons why using one might even be a bad idea, but if you do fin

If your phone can be connected to your computer with an USB cable you can do a lot more through this connection than just recharging it or transferring files to and from your phone's storage. For example, you can make phone calls, read and send text messages, and see a bunch of other information from your phone, right on your PC. There is a number of Free Open Source software applications that allow you to do this, and you don't even need to have a smartphone for this to work, just a phone that can connect to USB.