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Create new directories and subdirectories in Unix using a single terminal command 0

Create new directories and subdirectories in Unix using a single terminal command

It’s funny how programmers get in a "rut", using the same old coding habits and command line syntax for years on end.  I just found that you can create new directories and subdirectories with...

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8 Great Netcat (nc) unix commands 0

8 Great Netcat (nc) unix commands

Netcat or nc (the command) is a networking utility for debugging and investigating a network, typically by creating and utilizing raw TCP/IP connections.  Known as “The Swiss Army Knife for TCP/IP”, nc is used...

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Common Mysql commands, queries, and administrative functions 0

Common Mysql commands, queries, and administrative functions

Gotta love the mysql database.  Here is a list of common mysql commands and syntax that you will use most often. To login (from unix shell) use -h only if needed. # [mysql dir]/bin/mysql...

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Running linux scripts and services during CentOS / Redhat/ Fedora startup 0

Running linux scripts and services during CentOS / Redhat/ Fedora startup

Running commands and shell scripts on startup/boot Do you need to run a set of commands or a shell script on CentOS / RHEL / Fedora startup?  The easiest way to start a script...

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The Secret in the Bible book puzzle solution

The Secret in the Bible by Tony Bushby has quite a few factual errors and is more of an atheist “push my agenda” type of book rather than a historical review of the subject matter. There was one interesting aspect to the book though. It included a “puzzle” whereby each of the sixteen chapters contained a secret word that when put together in a sentence reveals ancient knowledge so secret, Bushby was not allowed to outright reveal them in his book for fear of some sort of extremely viscous retribution from someone (boy, have I got news for him).

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Detecting and blocking click fraud on asp.net sites

Google policies dictate prevention of click fraud falls on the shoulders of the site owner and bans AdSense accounts for invalid clicks with practically no chance of getting that account back in good standing. Here’s how to detect and prevent invalid clicks on your sites AdSense advertisements.

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Fort Worth United Soccer Club

In the late 1990’s, I became involved with competitive or “select” soccer in North Texas. By the early 2000’s, I became President of a local competitive soccer club named Fort Worth United Soccer Club (FWU). I served in that capacity for several years, reaching the maximum term allowed by the Club’s bylaws. An agreement was reached for me to serve one more year but by that time, my boys were aging out of competitive soccer and I was worn out and ready to get back to a more normal life. I agreed to stay one more year and assist with the transition to new leadership. And then I was gone.

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