In this series of tutorials, I will try to explain how socket programming works under UNIX operating systems(focusing on Linux) and eventually, how to use them to create network-based programs, such as a port scanner.

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This tutorial will walk you through the process of creating a small Linux distribution for ARM- based embedded devices(e.g. Raspberry Pi) using Buildroot. At the end of the article you will be able to run your own Linux system into a Raspberry Pi 3/4/ZeroW.

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Jails are one of the most useful features offered by FreeBSD. This technology, introduced with FreeBSD 4.0, allows system administrators, developers or any other kind of users to create multiple user-space instances that are fully isolated from the rest of the operating system. In this tutorial we shall see a simple introduction to this feature.

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In this guide I will show you how to resize the root partition of a FreeBSD VPS using gpart(8). Since the resize procedure is a bit different while using ZFS, I will cover that case in the last part of the tutorial.

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As new social media get developed and improved, blogs seem destined to become a niche thing. Something used only by old hackers and people who live in the past. Then why starting a blog today? Why don't I just open a social media account?

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