Migrate your Thunderbird emails from Windows to Linux

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If you're experimenting with Linux, or even moving over to it and you're currently using Thunderbird as your email client on Windows, you might be wondering how to move your emails and profile from Windows over to Linux.

This process can even be used as part of a bigger project, for example to move from Outlook Express or another Windows-only email client on Windows to Thunderbird on Linux ...

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Set up a basic web cache with Squid

Squid is probably the world's most popular caching system and proxy server. In this tutorial, I'm going to be using it to set up a basic HTTP cache for a small local network. I'm going to use Fedora 8 for this tutorial, but these steps should work on most distributions with little modification.

Getting Squid

First things first, we need to download squid. I'm going to ...

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Bullet proof your server #2 - SSH

See also: Part 1.

OpenSSH pufferfishWelcome back! In the first part of this multi-part tutorial on FOSSwire, I look at some simple ways you can boost your security for the Apache web server. In this part, I'm going to look at securing the OpenSSH server, which is used for remotely logging in to your server.

OpenSSH is pretty secure as it is, but it never hurts to tweak a few ...

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