SSH tip - display a message to everyone when they log in

So, you've set up SSH as per my quick tutorial, but here's a nice, easy and quick tip to display a message to all users when they login.

You can put anything really - remind them to follow your guidelines, warn them that they shouldn't do anything nasty, some nice ASCII art perhaps - or just display a welcome message.

You need to place your message in the file ...

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Could you become a FOSSwire blogger?

If you think you have what it takes to write the posts here at FOSSwire - why not send your posts in to us?

We're looking for basically anything FOSSwire-worthy, so it could be a tutorial, a tips/tricks post, an article or a review or basically anything! If you want your post to appear here on FOSSwire, get writing and when you're ready to submit them, send them ...

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Linux tip - show the programs using CPU/RAM

Here's a nice, easy, quick tip for anyone on Linux (in fact - many other systems based on Unix share this too!).

If you want to see what programs are using your CPU power and RAM at any one time, you can use an awesome program called top.

top is a program you run from the terminal (don't be scared!), so launch a terminal or console program (usually under ...

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Google open source Google Web Toolkit (GWT)

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The Official Google Blog is reporting that Google have officially made their Google Web Toolkit product open source under the Apache 2.0 licence.

The Google Web Toolkit is a set of tools aimed at web developers wanting to build Ajax and similar rich interfaces into their applications and it provides some groundwork (mostly written in Java) to help web developers avoid reinventing the wheel when building rich web apps ...

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