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DocsLite for SQLite

You have so many passwords that you need a database to keep track of them. But what you don't need is the overhead usually associated with databases. You need SQLite--small, efficient and available for any operating system.

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Using Pandoc with DocBook

Pandoc is a utility created by John McFarlane used for converting between various document formats. This article shows how to convert different document formats to and from DocBook.

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The xmllint Shell

XML files are human-readable, text files so it is easy to search them from the command line using grep or from within a text editor. But if you want to do something a little more sophisticated-count the number of elements, for example-you'll need to take a different approach.

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mysqldump for Developers

Once you have created a database on your development server you will eventually need to copy it to a production environment. The best way to do this is to use the mysqldump program, one of the numerous programs that are part of the MySQL package.

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Getting Started with Nutch

Apache Nutch is a web crawler that is used in conjunction with Solr to index web pages. If you have the Solr server installed prior to installing Nutch, you can immediately pass the Nutch results to Solr.

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You've Got OpenWrt Logs

When I realized that I could programme the button on the face of my router I couldn't resist taking another look at OpenWrt. What to do with the button though? There's no point in making it a reboot button--you never have to reboot an OpenWrt router. Toggle the wi-fi? I don't think so. Instead, I decided to send the logs by email.

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