Category Archives: Debian

How to clear the cache Squid and recreate

How do I know where is the Squid cache in the Linux Filesystem, and recreate it as empty? The Squid cache stores the pages that are made by the client in order to return more quickly on subsequent requests without having to re-download every time the same page from the internet. It may happen, however, of having to… Read More »

HTTP Digest Authentication with Squid

Recently, we have seen how to use Squid as a Reverse Proxy, knowing that the primary objective of the product is to be used as a proxy internet. In this guide, I want to offer one of 3 different authentication for Squid I use most: http digest authentication. http digest is an easy way to manage the users through… Read More »

Guide to Tar command

The command Tar (Tape Archive) is used to create file archives. It is often used with the combination of compression programs such as gzip and bzip2 to reduce the size of archvi and occupy less space. In this guide we will look at the main options to use Tar and a small tutorial on using to back up your data… Read More »

x2Go to access a PC remotely

X2Go is a useful application for remote access which is especially appreciated for its high fluidity. To benefit from the latest version available is advisable to install the application from the specific PPA (personal package archive) for x2Go stableThis is a system that is based on NX technology (the same is also based in the NoMachine), which provided… Read More »