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  1. Create Compress Archive Almost Any File in Linux (tar, tar.gz, tar.bz2, gz, bz, zip, 7z, rar, etc…)

    Compress file Command's This is a Linux command line guide/cheat sheet that will help you archive or compress file. More options are also available by reading the man pages!Most compression or archiving methods that you may want are already built into popular distributions (Ubuntu, Fedora, Suse, etc…), but some of them aren’t.I would recommend installing this group of packages using apt-get, yum, or an equivalent before using this guide (unless of course you already know what you need):su -c 'yum install unzip zip p7zip rar unrar bzip2 gzip lzma'Command's .tartar cvf...
  2. How To Set Up A RESTful Web Service Using WCF - GET

    What Is WCF?Windows Communication Foundation is a programming platform and runtime system for building, configuring and deploying distributed services. It's a framework for building Service Oriented Applications. WCF is comprised of class libraries, tools, hosting facilities, and other components that are used to provide a foundation for applications that use SOA. WCF supports the features of Web Services, Remoting, MSMQ and COM+ etc.WCF Fundamentals :Service : Exposes one or more endpoints and one or more service operations can be accessed...
  3. How to update Joomla! 2.5 to the current version (3.4.x)

    Introduction to Joomla Support for Joomla Version 2.5 ended at version 2.5.28 on December 31, 2014. It is vitally important for you to upgrade your older Joomla! 2.5 site to the current version of Joomla! (Version 3.4.8) to ensure that your site stays secure and its add-ons remain compatible. Joomla! 3.x is a totally re-written script that streamlined the core code so it would run more efficiently, provide fewer opportunities for hackers and web bots to attack sites and greatly enhance native Joomla! features such as permissions and groups, mobile...
  4. How To Set Up Logrotate on RedHat Linux

     1. Introduction Logrotate is a utility designed for administrators who manage servers producing a high volume of log files to help them save some disk space as well as to avoid a potential risk making a system unresponsive due to the lack of disk space.Normally, a solution to avoid this kind of problem is to setup a separate partition or logical volume for a /var mount point. However, it may also be a viable solution to this problem especially if it is too late to move all logs under different partition. In this article we will talk about usage and...