WordPress is wonderful to use from a user standpoint but from a admin point of view it can be a real resource hog. Ubuntu and most other LAMP setup’s are not very well tuned out of the box for WordPress. I’ve found various tips over the years that have helped me fine tune the Apache and MySQL parts of a LAMP setup to perform better. There are also various WordPress tweaks (caching, etc) to help it get better performance, but for right now I’m going to focus on some LAMP ones.
This is a basic entry on how to search for files in Linux, and more specifically how to find a software package that a file belongs too.
I really hate WebEx. Maybe it’s becuase I’m a Linux user and there is no client for Linux. But generally speaking I don’t like thick client apps that only install in Windows. So I’ve been on the lookout for sometime for something to replace WebEx that worked on the major OS’s and didn’t need a client installed, enter BigBlueButton.