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Tutorials
by Stuart Burns
Learn how to create a powerful multi-network hardware firewall with little more than pfSense and a redundant computer

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Programming
Tutorials
by Mihalis Tsoukalos
Forget about joins and SQL and try NoSQL databases – specifically MongoDB, the leading example

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Distros
Tutorials
by Joey Bernard
One of the best ways to test your security is to try to tear it apart, and you can do just that with Kali Linux…

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Programming
Raspberry Pi
Tutorials
by Liam Fraser
Take control of your Raspberry Pi from your smartphone, tablet or PC, from anywhere in the world

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Tutorials
by Joey Bernard
The best way to secure your network is to try to tear it down, through penetration testing. With dSploit, you can now do it on the move

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Distros
Tutorials
by Michael Reed
Learn how to install Fedora to an entire LAN

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Tutorials
by Joey Bernard
Need somewhere to store, organise and share information? DokuWiki is a powerful tool to handle the task

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Tutorials
by Richard Smedley
Bypass overly restrictive firewalls and run safely over insecure networks in easy steps

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Tutorials
by Michael Reed
OpenVZ implements containers rather than the true virtual machines of solutions such as Xen. This makes it an extremely efficient platform for hosting multiple servers

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Raspberry Pi
Tutorials
by Liam Fraser
So, you’ve written a game or app for the Raspberry Pi, why not put it on the app store? Here’s how it’s done…

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Programming
Tutorials
by Michael Reed
Remote backup is an increasingly popular way to protect your files, and Duplicity makes it easy to implement a secure yet flexible backup system

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Programming
Raspberry Pi
Tutorials
by Liam Fraser
Learn how to relay the input from a USB keyboard to a Bluetooth-capable device using the Raspberry Pi

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