Tag Archives: Linux

Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric Ocelot officially released

It's my pleasure to inform you that final version of Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric Ocelot has been released. Here are the download links for the Ubuntu 11.10:

For the list of all available releases you can go to official Ubuntu releases download pages:

Have fun with Ubuntu 11.10, expect TechyTalk.info review shortly!

NFS file sharing server and client on Ubuntu Linux

When you want to share files between Linux and Windows machines you don't have a lot of choice, you end up using Samba. This situation is very common so most Linux distributions including Ubuntu Linux make configuring Samba a breeze. But what if you want to share files between Linux PCs? Sure you can use Samba but you have more flexible and faster choice - NFS (Network File System). In this article I'll show you how to do basic NFS server and client setup on Ubuntu Linux and other Ubuntu based distributions.

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Configure MySQL and Apache not to start at boot on Ubuntu Linux

MySQL logoI often do my web development on the move using my laptop. Because of that I must run Apache with PHP and MySQL servers on both my desktop and my laptop PC. You can probably guess that this doesn't help to conserve my laptop battery so I've configured my laptop not to start MySQL and Apache automatically at boot. Instead I start those services manually when I plan to do some coding. In this article I'll show you how to configure your Ubuntu based PC to do the same.

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Mount remote share at login on Ubuntu Linux using gvfs-mount

In this article I'm going to show you how to mount remote shares at login as regular user Ubuntu Linux using gvfs-mount. To mount shares at boot (as root user) you would normally edit fstab, but to automatically mount shares as regular user with your shares password inside Gnome keyring you would use gvfs-mount. I will also show you how to make sure that your share password is stored inside "login" keyring so your share could be mounted at login without requiring you to enter any password. Continue reading

Configure MySQL to keep log of all queries on Ubuntu Linux

MySQL logoIn this article I will show you how to enable keeping general log of all SQL queries for MySQL DBMS on Ubuntu based operating systems. I find this very useful when debugging Ajax powered applications like my Quick Chat for WordPress. This way it is also easier to understand how application works by monitoring SQL queries it uses. So lets get started...

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