Linux: How to get remote page load time with a command from the terminal?
This will give you the remote page load time in miliseconds.
Views: 71 About this articleIntroduction One of the more recently popular modules for Apache is mod_pagespeed. It is an output filter for Apache 2.2+ that can be configured through a variety of options through configuration files or a .htaccess file. An “output filter” is a something that transforms the data before it’s sent to the […]
Mod_rewrite enables your links to be user friendly. For example lateweb.info/post.php?id=121 is going to be converted to lateweb.info/How-to-enable-mod_rewrite-on-ubuntu-web-server/. And that is better for users and search engines. So how do we do that?
Views: 104 In this tutorial we are going to create block list for our website so that IP addresses that we know are bad can’t connect to our server. Also we are going to protect files that we don’t want to be opened by other people online. First we edit 000-default.conf and make the needed […]
Views: 125 Have you ever wondered when did you installed your operating system? Was a year ago or maybe two, three who knows right? Well, linux is a smart system and knows everything for itself! You can open the terminal, write a simple command and the answer is going to be in front of you. […]
Views: 86 If you just need to find large files, you can use find with the -size option. The next command will list all files larger than 10MiB (not to be confused with 10MB): If you want to find files between a certain size, you can combine it with a “size lower than” search. The […]
Views: 102 I needed to use a ssh tunnel but was behind a proxy server so In this example we are going to use and configure one. In the browser in proxy settings: For firefox to pass dns via the tunnelUsing the ssh SOCKS5 proxy all of your info is passed through the tunnel except […]
Pagespeed is an output filter for Apache 2.2+ that can be configured through a variety of options through configuration files or a .htaccess file.
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Views: 74 /etc/ssh/ssh_config is the client side configuration file not the server side config file. To prevent all your clients from timing out you need to edit /etc/ssh/sshd_config which is the server side configuration file. In the file find the two commands and edit them as follow. The first one configures the server to send […]