1. Stripping Down Centos

    Why Strip?

    If you have some legacy CentOS server and performance is an issue, chances are someone installed the vanilla way, then configured the needed services and not even tuned it a little. You can get some performance by disabling …

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  2. Porting TwentyTwelve

    I'm working on a port of the TwentyTwelve Wordpress theme for Pelican, right now is in alpha state but progressing incrementally. Despite the amount of work and responsabilities I have at the moment, this little project is a stress relief …

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  3. Fast Git Clone

    Fri 31 January 2014 | tags: git

    Lots of tutorials nowadays recommend using git clone to get a project's source code, that's fine for little projects but for the big ones is a waste of bandwith, space, and more importantly, of your precious time.

    Whenever you need …

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  4. New Admin In Town

    Two months ago I took a new position at work: network admin, so had to dive deeper into the great world of security, scalability, connectivity, backups... everyday I learn new network concepts or some cool hardware for a specific task …

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  5. Serving Static Folder with NGINX

    At work we install Lubuntu workstations very often, we have a custom install script for performance tuning and many others details, the problem is we all don't have the latest script version in our thumb drives (sometimes we change it …

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  6. Bash Rolodex

    There's been a while since I have a rolodex.txt in my ideas_for_projects directory, although there are several options out there, this is the kind of program nobody resists to reimplement, so here I go.

    My first idea was a …

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  7. sed is unix

    Thu 03 October 2013 | tags: unixsed

    The UNIX concept of "do one thing and do it well" is so beautiful it's inspiring.

    Back in 2005 as a beginner Linux user I used vim for everything text related, now I use it relatively less, I just found …

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