Awhile back I read in Linux Journal about this up and coming distro Crunchbang which is based on Debian Linux. It promised lightweight operation and a quick and snappy GUI. Heck why not give it a try right?
In the developer’s world today, a common collaborative area is needed for developers to share code. Recently subversion has become the rising solution for this, which has all of the features of its predecessor CVS (Concurrent Versioning Systems), and more.
Berkeley Internet Name Domain is the most commonly used DNS server on the Internet, especially on Unix-like systems, where it is a de facto standard. Supported by Internet Systems Consortium. BIND was originally created by four graduate students with CSRG at the University of California, Berkeley and first released with 4.3BSD. Paul Vixie started maintaining it in 1988 while working for DEC.
Ip Tables, Linux's built in firewall, but more accurately its refered to as iptables/netfilter. Iptables is the userspace module, the part where the user interacts with at the command line to enter firewall rules into predefined tables. The other half is Netfilter, is a kernel module, that actually does the filtering.
In a database driven enviroment, it is important to ensure that the database has a zero downtime. Typically, end-users rate their service providers on uptime and disaster rsponse. In this howto, you will configure a MySQL Master and Master enviroment which allows database information to be replicated to more than one source.