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Technical Ninja - Wed, 03/05/2008 - 13:50
I love virtual machines. My home office used to have 6 servers (3 Intel, 3 SPARC), 2 laptops, and 2 workstations. On top of that I was about to add 5 more Intel servers when I decided I had to do something! I decided that the number of servers could not increase [...]

Virtualization: Anti-Virus

Technical Ninja - Wed, 03/05/2008 - 13:48
With so many Windows based servers, how do you prevent viruses from roaming across your local network? I have a home based office. I buy Microsoft Live OneCare Anti Virus for my physical machines. But then I noticed my virtual machines didn’t had the a reassuring icon on the taskbar tray showing [...]

Linux : Ubuntu : Mounting USB Drive Mass Media Drive or Flash Drive

Technical Ninja - Sun, 03/02/2008 - 15:54
It is fairly easy. Most Linux distributions auto mount usb drives. However, if you are like me, you may have a Linux system that has just the barebones for the purpose you have in mind. For example, I have a LAMP (Linux Apache MySQL PHP) server as a photo webserver. When [...]

SVN: subversion on Solaris

Technical Ninja - Mon, 02/18/2008 - 19:24
I was setting up my subversion server on a Linux Ubuntu machine today. Not a simple task. However, setting up a Solaris subversion is not necessarily a simple one either. Solaris binaries can be found in one of two places: Sun Freeware - for Solaris 9. Open Collab Net - Available for Solaris 10. For [...]

Solaris: Unix: Gathering System Information

Technical Ninja - Mon, 02/18/2008 - 13:33
Processor Type: /usr/sbin/psrinfo -v Enable / Disable Processors: /usr/sbin/psradm -n processor_id /usr/sbin/psradm -f processor_id RAM: /usr/sbin/prtconf | grep Memory Disk: df -lk Source: http://www.brandonhutchinson.com/

Ubuntu: Getting Apache And SubVersion Module Working Together

Technical Ninja - Sat, 02/16/2008 - 20:27
I tried the simple stuff: apt-get install subversion It got me somewhere, but I wasn’t able to find the module for apache2. Maybe it is hidden somewhere within the Ubuntu installation. Who knows. I also tried the procedure described on the Ubuntu Forum to no avail. It requires So I decided to go the [...]

Ubuntu / UNIX: Normal Compiling Procedure

Technical Ninja - Sat, 02/16/2008 - 15:31
The basic drill of source compiling. With so many versions of Unix, it is difficult for programmers to provide a pre-compiled package for each variant. Fortunately, most of the Unix utilities are open source, and most are free. The source files come in a pretty standard package with a format like this: [...]

Simple Javascript MP3 player integration tutorial

Technical Ninja - Thu, 01/31/2008 - 22:28
Hi kids. Today I’m gonna share a tutorial I found some time ago and will talk about how to expand it. You can decorate it, so it looks really complicated (at least more than it actually is), and you can use it with a database, so you dont only need to play one [...]

Same Page Navigation Javascript / PHP Tutorial

Technical Ninja - Thu, 01/31/2008 - 18:45
Same Page navigation, is a wonderful idea if you have a great artistic (complicated) design and you dont want to we fighting with every time you make a new page, or if you are just plain lazy. If you want to see how it works before starting, here is an example: TECHNICAL NINJA EXAMPLE This is all [...]


Technical Ninja - Thu, 01/31/2008 - 14:16
Welcome to The Technical Ninja - Ninja Web-Development Tutorial Web-blog (whoa! that’s a mouth full).   Many moons ago, I got interested in Web-Development and like you, started looking around the internet for tutorials.  I found hundreds and maybe thousands of tutorials, yet it was pretty tough to find some that would really explain things in [...]
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