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2Jan/120

Using davfs

Overview
davfs allows you to mount a WebDAV resource into the local filesystem. davfs runs as a daemon in userspace (FUSE).

22May/110

Encrypt files on Amazon s3 bucket

This article outlines the process for encrypting files being copied to Amazon s3.

22May/110

Mount Amazon s3 Bucket on Linux

This article outlines the process for mounting your Amazon s3 bucket as a filesystem on Linux.

16Apr/113

Adding RPM Fusion repositories

Adding the RPM Fusion repositories

16Apr/110

How to convert audio / video media with ffmpeg

Ever need to convert 50 audio files to another format? This is made easy with ffmpeg and a for loop.

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15Apr/114

NIC Bonding

Bonding two physical Ethernet interfaces together to make one logical interface is a great way to provide redundancy or increase bandwidth. In this example I demonstrate how to configure bonding in mode 1 which is the (active-backup) configuration.

2Apr/113

Mount Dropbox Account on Linux

This article outlines the process for associating your Dropbox with DropDAV and mounting this WebDAV as a filesystem on Linux.

  1. First, go to DropDAV and link to your Dropbox account. If your Dropbox account free, then your DropDAV account will be free. If your Dropbox account is paid, then your DropDAV account is 30% of your Dropbox plan price.
2Apr/110

Add Dag Wieers RPMforge Repository

Adding the Dag Wieers RPMforge repository

26Mar/110

Create iSCSI Initiator

This article outlines the process for installing packages and setting up an iSCSI initiator on Linux.

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19Mar/110

Create iSCSI Target

This article outlines the steps to install packages needed and set up an iSCSI target on Linux.

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