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Howto- Install pkgin on NetBSD 6

In this post i will show you how  i have  installed  my pkgin in my  Netbsd 6.0 Beta. What's is  pkgin ? pkgin is cool   software...

Howto- Install Webmin in FreeBSD

Question: How to install Webmin in FreeBSD 8.x en 9.x ? Answer:  Before to begin, you need to install Perl,  do that using the command #...

11 useful commands for Linux/Unix administrators

Command line is more powerful because you can do  lot with them,  you can tell your computer exactly what you want and get the appropriate...

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