Archive for the ‘Linux’ Category



April 24, 2007

Damn good examples on SED.  Here is the link


Linux Kernel in Nutshell is free online

March 11, 2007

Linux Kernel in a Nutshell:

Written by a leading developer and maintainer of the Linux kernel, Linux Kernel in a Nutshell is a comprehensive overview of kernel configuration and building, a critical task for Linux users and administrators


Setting up SSH keys for access without a password

February 20, 2007

Sometimes you need to log in a remote host without being asked the password. Particularly when you need programming access to a remote host to perform tasks. The following links give you the best practice how you can set up SSH keys in order to do so.


Unix System Infomation

February 15, 2007

I was always asked how to get the hardware information for Linux/Unix machines. Probably everyone knows “uname” and “cat /proc/cpuino”. However you may find the information you will get is limited from those two general commands when running on Solaris, Irix or OSF1. You may need the CPU model and frequency for evaluating the performance of your programs. Here is a summary how to: