How to set up a Subversion (SVN) server on CentOS or Fedora

The open-source community has been using Subversion (or SVN) widely for many collaborative open-source development projects. SVN is supported by all major open-source project hosting sites such as Google Code, GitHub, SourceForge and Launchpad. You can of course set up your own Subversion server in house. SVN supports several protocols for network access: SVN, SVN+SSH, […]
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How to set up a transparent proxy on Linux

A transparent proxy sits between clients and the Internet, acting as a gateway for the clients. It’s called transparent because clients are not required to configure anything for the proxy. A transparent proxy is useful when it’s not possible or desirable to modify client configurations, ant yet it’s still necessary to intercept client’s requests. If […]
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How to install httptunnel on Linux

httptunnel is a GNU/GPL-licensed free software that allows one to create a bi-directional tunnel encapsulated by HTTP, between client and server. HTTP-encapsulated tunnels are useful when you want to use games, IM clients, or P2P sharing applications across restrictive firewalls or proxies which tend to block pretty much everything except well known traffic such as […]
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