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Setting Up Apache WebDAV Storage With LDAP Authentication

Setting Up Apache WebDAV Storage With LDAP Authentication

Hey there! Let’s talk about WebDAV today. If you don’t know what WebDAV is, I recommend you to read this wiki. It stands for Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning. It is a set of extensions to HTTP that facilitates collaborative editing and file management.┬áIn a nutshell, it enables write permission to the users, who used to have only read access afforded by HTTP. Nowadays, it can also be utilized by collaboration and versioning systems like SVN and GIT. Now, without…

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How to Increase Size of Root Partition in CentOS

How to Increase Size of Root Partition in CentOS

Being a system engineer, I often face scenarios in which I need to resize various system partitions in my Linux servers. Although this task isn’t that difficult, it’s definitely a very critical one because it can lead to the dis-functioning of your whole server. So, we must be very careful and cautious while trying to resize our system volumes. In this post, I’m going to take the extra space from the swap partition and take that space to my root…

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CubLinux – Yet Another Linux Distribution

CubLinux – Yet Another Linux Distribution

Welcome to my yet another post! If you’re a fan of Linux, then this article is definitely for you. Here, I’m going to write a little review of a new Linux distro that I’ve been using lately. I don’t know about you, but I hadn’t heard about a Linux distro called CubLinux before. It seems CubLinux, as suggested by the name itself (Chrome + Ubuntu + Linux), is a combination of Chrome OS and Ubuntu. That means, it brings the…

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