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Rebuilding Broken Software Raid 1 in Ubuntu

After having had a hard drive fail on one of our servers here at Bite Of Tech and I searched Google for the best method for replacing the failed drive and re-assembling the raid without having to reboot the server. I found plenty of ways not to do this so I figured I would share the correct way to re-assemble a software raid 1 in Ubuntu Linux.

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TeamViewer for Linux

For¬†several years I have been frustrated with the lack of a LogMeIn.com alternative for Linux. When doing Google searches the answer has always been to use VNC. There are many limitations to VNC that do not cover all my criteria. First, I would like to not have to make adjustments to my firewall to gain access to the machine. VNC …

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Customizing Your Windows 8 Experience

With the upcoming release of Windows 8 there will be a new interface replacing the standard desktop we currently know. This will be called the Start screen and consists of a customizable array of tiles that are used to launch applications. These live tiles have the ability to display real-time information such as weather information or stock prices. If you …

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Updating Applications in Windows

It has always been a pain in Windows to know what programs are out of date. A few applications will now update through the Microsoft Update system, however, there are many that do not. A majority of the programs do not have an internal updating system either. Over the years I have seen software updaters come and go. There are …

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