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Want to run your own cloud infrastructure in your enterprise? Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud powered by Eucalyptus has what you need: http://www.ubuntu.com/cloud
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Want to run your own cloud infrastructure in your enterprise? Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud powered by Eucalyptus has what you need: http://www.ubuntu.com/cloud
Translated and reviewed by Andrew on 2009-09-26
Located in ubuntu-server-tips:4
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Did you know that you can get useful notifications displayed at the bottom of a terminal by using the byobu package? http://launchpad.net/byobu
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Did you know that you can get useful notifications displayed at the bottom of a terminal by using the byobu package? http://launchpad.net/byobu
Translated and reviewed by Andrew on 2009-09-26
Located in ubuntu-server-tips:7
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'screen' can create multiple "windows" which you can detach and re-attach later. The Byobu package makes screen even simpler. http://launchpad.net/byobu
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'screen' can create multiple "windows" which you can detach and re-attach later. The Byobu package makes screen even simpler. http://launchpad.net/byobu
Translated and reviewed by Andrew on 2009-09-26
Located in ubuntu-server-tips:11
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The powernap package allows you to suspend servers which are not being used, and save energy. https://launchpad.net/powernap
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The powernap package allows you to suspend servers which are not being used, and save energy. https://launchpad.net/powernap
Translated and reviewed by Andrew on 2009-09-26
Located in ubuntu-server-tips:14
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'etckeeper' allows you to save changes you make to /etc in a bazaar repository. Useful to track and revert changes. http://tinyurl.com/etckeeper
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'etckeeper' allows you to save changes you make to /etc in a bazaar repository. Useful to track and revert changes. http://tinyurl.com/etckeeper
Translated and reviewed by Andrew on 2009-09-26
Located in ubuntu-server-tips:18
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Your KVM powered virtual machines will do IOs up to seven times faster if you enable virtio. http://tinyurl.com/virtio
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Your KVM powered virtual machines will do IOs up to seven times faster if you enable virtio. http://tinyurl.com/virtio
Translated and reviewed by Andrew on 2009-09-26
Located in ubuntu-server-tips:21
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The Ubuntu Server Team is an open community always looking for feedback and help: https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-server
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The Ubuntu Server Team is an open community always looking for feedback and help: https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-server
Translated and reviewed by Andrew on 2009-09-26
Located in ubuntu-server-tips:24
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Did you know that releases of Ubuntu labeled LTS are maintained for 5 years on servers? 'cat /etc/lsb-release' will tell you which release you are on.
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Did you know that releases of Ubuntu labeled LTS are maintained for 5 years on servers? 'cat /etc/lsb-release' will tell you which release you are on.
Translated and reviewed by Andrew on 2009-09-26
Located in ubuntu-server-tips:27
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Browse the command line history with ctrl-r and then type a few characters that you know are part of the command you are looking for.
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Browse the command line history with ctrl-r and then type a few characters that you know are part of the command you are looking for.
Translated and reviewed by Andrew on 2009-09-26
Located in ubuntu-server-tips:30
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Edit the command line with cut and paste: ctrl-k for cut, and ctrl-y for paste.
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Edit the command line with cut and paste: ctrl-k for cut, and ctrl-y for paste.
Translated and reviewed by Andrew on 2009-09-26
Located in ubuntu-server-tips:33
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