- Recovering from a Broken Partition Table
- RewriteRule in htaccess vs httpd.conf
- Running PHP through mod_fcgid
- How They Got Your Password
- Installing mod_reqtimeout on cPanel
- Following the Hacker — passwords
- Using Nginx as a reverse-proxy
- Dead-simple templates in PHP
- Tell-a-friend SPAM
- PHP mail via SMTP
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Recovering from a Broken Partition Table
So you lost your partition table and need to get to find the filesystem it used to contain. Now what?
Transferring a MySQL database via SSH
Normally the preferred way to transfer a MySQL database is to use `mysqldump` to create a database backup, possibly compress it with gzip, transfer that backup file to the new server, and then load it using the `mysql` command-line tool.
But what if you wanted to do it all in one step?
Pasting Files Into a Text Console
Traditionally it’s been remarkably easy to copy and paste text between programs and between terminal sessions, but it’s been somewhat more tedious to copy files around.