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Linux Commands – Top 20 Most Used
The history file is a log file of your last used commands on the Linux server,
It can be found in your home directory and is called .bash_history (with the “.” in the start).
You can either read the file itself to see its content, or use the command history which will do the same thing.

When looking at my history files on my Linux servers,
I can see maybe 20 Linux commands which I keep using over and over,
They are the most important tools of my work, and I recommend learning them well to
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10 SEO Techniques All Top Web Sites Should Use
SEO is such a hot topic these days. How do you get your web site within the first page or two of the search engines? How do you increase your Google page rank?

There are companies who dedicate themselves full time to doing SEO at a pretty penny. Something a lot of people can’t necessarily afford to pay for or spend the time on.

However, there are some simple things you can do when building your site that will help increase your chances of having good results. In no particular order, below
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How To Install MyTOP - a top clone for MySQL
In this howto i will describe how to install mytop package on CentOS 5.7. MyTOP is top command clone to monitor mysql performance including queries, threads etc. You can get source of it from here to build or you can use rpmforge repositories for pre-build rpms. The machine i used to demonstrte is in production and getting very high mysql access, its running on CentOS 5.7.

1 Setting Up RPMForge Repository

RPMForge repository (http://