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How to clear Linux caches

Simple method of clearing Linux cache, useful for dropping dentries and inodes from memory.

How to change Linux User (UID) and Group (GID)

From SSH you can easily change the UID and GID by using the chown command. Shown below is the structure of the command and how to use it to change Group and User id’s. This is especially useful if you are having problems transferring files using FTP.

Magento cookie problem [fixed]

There can be quite a few reasons why Magento issues the “enable cookies” page, it is usually a slight server misconfiguration, but can sometimes be down to a caching system or incorrect admin settings. Firefox seems to be untainted by this problem and troopers on regardless. IE, Opera and Chrome however, seem to have […]

How to fix Joomfish internal server error 500

For those of you who are trying to install the Joomfish contribution for Joomla and are experiencing Server Errors, here’s a quick fix.

How to install Linux Firewall, Advanced Policy Firewall: APF

This guide will show you how to install and configure APF firewall, one of the better known Linux firewalls available.

Linux CPU States and there meaning

Understanding what the Linux “top” command reports on. From shell, simply use:
top
for a plethora of system usage statistics, extremely useful for keeping an eye on resources.

Support more than 4GB on 32 bit Linux

Please note you must have a PAE enabled machine for this operation to work. This PAE kernel supports memory up to 64GB. Physical Address Extension (PAE) is a feature, first implemented in the Intel Pentium Pro to allow x86 processors to access more than 4 gigabytes of random access memory (RAM).