If you manage multiple wordpress based blogs, you know it can be quite a chore.
Keeping the installations up-to-date is cumbersome. Add to that the time and effort spent keeping all the plugins up-to-date and you’re spending quite a lot of time there already.
Thankfully, there are several options that, if you find them suitable, can make your job easier.

I’m going to talk about the one that worked the best for me – the one using symbolic links.

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This tutorial will walk you through the installation of dropbear and getting SFTP and passwordless authentication working on a Debian system.

Dropbear is a lightweight SSH server and client . It implements SSH2 protocol, just like OpenSSH, but without all the bells and whistles. So much so that it doesn’t even come bundled with SFTP capability.
But we can use the SFTP server that comes bundled with OpenSSH to work with Dropbear.

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Expensive growing kids

If you watch television, you’re sure to have seen the advertisements for numerous health drinks. These health drinks supply today’s children with all the nutrients that they’d otherwise never even hear about, much less have as a part of their diet.

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I normally use Outlook Express for my email.
And I was only playing around with Thunderbird the other day, when I accidentally hit “Get Messages” without first configuring Thunderbird to “Leave mail on the server” …
So here I was, with Thunderbird holding hostage the mail that belongs in my Outlook Express.

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One of my friends recently wanted my help with recording a web telecast for viewing offline. I thought it would be a good idea to write a small tutorial about it.

To capture good quality video without sacrificing a huge amount of disk space, we must compress it before storing it onto the disk.

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