Archive for January, 2012


Smart Way To Share Things On Web

Good morning guys. Today or you can also say tonight we will see a new and better way to share things on Web. This post is dedicated to a cool Firefox Add-on called ShareThis. So don’t waste time and download this Add-on from this link. Once you get it just install it and let’s the play begin.

Once you have installed it successfully you’ll see a green button in your Address Bar. This is the share button and you can share anything by clicking on this button.

ShareThis addon for mozilla firefox to share things on web Once you click on the green button you’ll this box where you can write your comment and share it over a number of websites including Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Yahoo Blogger WordPress Digg Delicious MySpace Orkut and many more most of which I even never heard before. So guys just give it a look and I hope you’ll like it.

Gadmin Server Admin Tools

Graphical interface always appeals more than the good old command line. Command line works great when it comes to Server Administration and it really feels great to have complete control over whatever you want to do. But still sometimes graphical tools make our task a lot easier. That ease of performing complex server operations motivated me to introduce you with a great set of such kind of tools.Gadmin Server Administration Tools Gadmin tools is a great bunch of tools assisting you in your Server Administration tools. When I first saw it I began to think what’s the meaning of Gadmin and then I thought that it must be Graphical Administration-Gadmin. Here you get Graphical tools to manage all kind of Severs including DNS, ProFTP,Apcahe,Rsync,DHCP,Samba,Squid and OpenVPN.So I  insist you to go through their website http://gadmintools.flippedweb.com/and give these tools a try.

Tux-A Web Server For Linux

A very good morning to all of you. This is the first post of this new year and it’s about Tux.Tux is a static-content web server designed to be run very fast from within the Linux kernel. It runs in kernel space making response time much faster.At the same time it can coordinate with a user-space web browser like Apache to provide dynamic content. Anything that Tux can’t handle will be pass to the user space web server. You can install it using the following command.
yum install tux
Now start the Web Browser using service tux start command. It’s configuration file is /proc/sys/net/tux where you can set various parameters. Two important parameters are serverport which is the port used by tux. If you are using Tux as your primary server then set it to 80. Next is clientport which is the port used by user-space server. Set it to 8080 and if you are using Apache as your secondary Web Server then in httpd.conf set the port to 8080 instead of 80.

You can also run Tux as a FTP server. Just set serverport to 21,application_protocol to 1 and nonagle to 0 and then restart tux. So guys that was all about Tux and have a lot of fun.