How To Install & Benchmark Linux Server Using GeekBench

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As like any server geek, I like to benchmark whatever new recipe I am cooking. Geekbench is one of many tools I use to measure performance. Geekbench is easy, not too much resource extensive, so you could run it even in live production server, which everything keep working as it is. But I would suggest you run those operation in your low hour.

Here is very simple guide to run Geekbench in your Linux server.


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AdBlocking is Crime, Just Like Piracy!

No AdBlocking

Yes, I am against AdBlocking, and I have my points for that. This specific article I wrote long time ago, but did not published that time somehow.

* I will be regular in writing in 2015, this is one of my New Year Resolution. But everybody knows its tough to get back to anything at the beginning if you are irregular.

Today somehow I recalled one mailed by Till from AdBlock Plus open source team. This is not to offend anybody, just my point.

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Introducing UniServer WPReMix

UniServer WPReMix is a portable local server for Windows Operating System, which comes prepacked with WordPress. Its a simple zip package, you just have to extract and run, you will get a fully configured WordPress installed and ready for your test or local development. I made this to make things super easy for new WordPress developer. Its light weight, and no more server and port configuration.

UniServer WPReMix
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Solution For PHP Split Function deprecated Error

split() is a very common PHP function. Here I am not going to discuss its usage. But I will give a super simple solution for the error “Deprecated: Function split() is deprecated“. This error is annoying, and will happen to everyone using split() function. So, keep reading for the super easy solution.

Why We Are Getting This Error Suddenly?


preg_split(), which uses a Perl-compatible regular expression syntax, is often a faster alternative to split(). If you don’t require the power of regular expressions, it is faster to use explode(), which doesn’t incur the overhead of the regular expression engine.

And, apparently “split” is removed as of PHP 5.3.x, in the preparation for PHP 6.0.
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How To Find Server OS From SSH Commands

This is a very very basic tips for ssh command. When you enter into a new system or a old system of your own, and need find its Operating System (OS), version, hostname and that type basic info then this very basic command will help. Again its very basic, and everybody have interest or planing to work on server should know.

To Find very basic OS and Server info:

#uname -a\
This is the most basic and most working command. Some geeks guys explain it like their “first point of reflex” when they enter into a new server. This command works in most OS, like all builds of Linux, Mac etc.

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Scribe SEO Plugin – Need To Spend Too Much Time, Money & Energy

I was reading an article by Julie R. Neidlinger on WPDaily about Scribe SEO Plugin. First of all, thanks to Julie, for an honest review. I think if you need to spend that amount of time and money for SEO, it’s better to hire expert. It’s not for normal blogger or site owner. Market research guys could get benefit from it. But not average to even mid user.

Though I always advice that writer needs to learn how to write SEO friendly article. SEO should be blend in writing, not entirely focusing to get rank better in Search, but focusing more on making sense, help people in finding content, understand content and overall to help reader.

Scribe  Content Optimization Software for Online Marketing

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Google+ Cover Photos Updated With Super Big Size Image [Size & Dimension Details]

Google+ got updated with super big cover photos, local review tab and few other features, reported by Anatol in TTJ. Though Anatol himself did not updated his Google+ profile yet, but I did. Take a look at my new shiny super big cover photos at Google+ profile. Here I will discuss this new dimension in details.

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