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git -no-ff rebase: Does It Exist?

git -no-ff rebase: Does It Exist?

The git rebase command has no “fast-forward” or “no-fast-forward” option (git -no-ff rebase) like the git merge command, because it is not merging anything. A rebase is only... read more »
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WHIR Networking Events: 2015 Edition

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Another year has passed and the WHIR Networking Events continue to grow and be seen as the casual and easy way to meet decision-makers in the hosting industry. With... read more »
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2018's Ultimate Guide to Web Panels: cPanel vs. Plesk vs. Webmin vs. Other Popular Hosting Management Tools

2018's Ultimate Guide to Web Panels: cPanel vs. Plesk vs. Webmin vs. Others

Many folks who need web hosting these days want the simplest method for managing servers. Many just expect that graphical-user-interfaces (GUIs) are provided with their... read more »
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What is TCP/IP and How Does It Make the Internet Work?

What is TCP/IP and How Does It Make the Internet Work?

A few days ago, my 5-year-old niece asked me how the Internet works. This is the answer. TCP/IP – A Brief Explanation The Internet works by using a protocol called TCP/IP, or... read more »
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By: Roberto Sanchez
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Tutorial: How to Use Ack and Grep on Ubuntu 14.04

Ubuntu 14.0: Using Ack & Grep

Search and you shall find. On a Linux system, there are numerous search tools for quickly and precisely finding certain local data. We could use the locate and find commands... read more »
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