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How to Use ltrace to Trace Library Calls

Interesting in fixing those library errors and bugs you observe when installing a cool new program on Linux? Check out this article which shows how to use ltrace, arming you with the tool needed to debug library calls….

How to Accept Donations on Your Website

Accepting donations online is a big way for people to make money. Whether you’re a nonprofit looking to crowdfund, a startup looking to grow, or an open-source software project looking for support, you’ll want a way for peopl…

Debugging with GDB: Digging Deeper

The powerful GNU Debugger GDB returns to the front stage. We dive deeper into stacks, backtraces, variables, core dumps, frames, and debugging than ever before. Join us for an all-new, more advanced introduction to GDB….

How to Accept Apple Pay On Your Website

Apple Pay is an accelerated checkout option that makes it very easy to buy products, both in person and on the web. It’s easy to integrate on most e-commerce platforms, and improves customer experience on your online store….

How to Enlarge tmpfs Space in Linux

Have you ever heard of tmpfs in Linux? It is that small temporary file system residing within memory and installed by default on Linux distributions. Ultra-fast but usually limited in size. Can one grow it easily? Find out &a…

How To Manage Linux Servers With Cockpit

Managing a network of Linux servers used to require using a terminal emulator to ssh into each of your servers. To update a local firewall rule, system administrators had to learn arcane iptables commands to add the right inc…

How to Create a RAM Drive in Linux

In case you are wondering, RAM Drives and tmpfs instances are not the same. This article will explain the difference and show you how to create a RAM drive in Linux using the command line. Setup a fast RAM drive in minutes!…
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