As a system administrator, you may want to know who is on the system at any give point in time. You may also want to know what they are doing. In this article let us review 4 different methods to identify who is on your Linux system.
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The X-UA-Compatible meta tag allows web authors to choose what version of Internet Explorer the page should be rendered as. It is used by Internet Explorer 8 to specify if a page should be rendered as IE 7 (compatibility view) or IE 8 (standards view).
IE6 update warning and suggestion to upgrade Firefox 3.5, Google Chrome or IE8 is currently displayed by Youtube to all IE6 visitors: ‘we will be phasing out support for your browser’. Previously Digg team started to talk aboutdropping support for IE6 users because IE6 compatible development requires unreasonable amount of resources spent.
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In this article we will show you how to set the time, date and timezone within CentOS. Though I’m sure this method will remain the same through the various Linux distributions.