Following up on yesterdays post on 301 redirects, which we realize is a tired subject, today we're going to take look at simple ways you can do regular/subdomain redirection using htaccess and "mod_rewrite" for Apache on Linux or Unix. And, while yesterday's subject matter (and perhaps even today's) may be somewhat generic, we're trying to even the balance here. Now that we're in the 500's on post count, we feel it would be a shame if somebody came here to learn something really cool and then couldn't find some other really basic information. As written previously, if this blog's subject matter were more limited this would be much easier to do. On the bright side, we'll probably never run out of things to write about🙂
In this article, we are going to highlight some of APT’s best features, and share a few of the lesser known features of APT and its cousin dpkg. Believe it or not, APT can even be used to solve Sodoku puzzles!