Public support channels: irc

I've said it before - support channels for free software are often (imo) superior to the commercial support that you might get with vendors. And although those vendors often try to use "modern" techniques, I fail to see why the old, but proven/stable methods would be wrong.

Consider the "Chat …

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The Linux ".d" approach

Many services on a Linux system use a *.d directory approach to make their configuration easily configurable by other services. This is a remarkably simple yet efficient method for exposing services towards other applications. Let's look into how this .d approach works.

Take a look at the /etc/pam.d …

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