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Arch linux

archlinux is the best linux distro available

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Maybe
this one
can be inline instead... (am I really discussing even here???)


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# pacman -S foo bar


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A very big heading

test test 321 BLAH TEST

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# cat /boot/vmlinuz26 > /dev/dsp
# pacman -S foo bar

Pacman utils

$ pacman -Ss <the-name-of-a-package>
$ sudo pacman -S <the-name-of-a-package>

or (as root)

# pacman -Ss <the-name-of-a-package>
# pacman -S <the-name-of-a-package>

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Template:Kernel

Note: Note text
Tip: Tip text
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50%

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Q and A

Q: Isn't is possible to add remote image files to wiki?

A: No. The setting is disabled. Contact a wiki admin to upload images to the wiki, which can then be used as such:

That's a test!

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Top Level Heading (title)

Article headings

Inner headings

And Here's the Code

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And Here's the Code

(second part)

OK. Another heading

Columns

Testing columns

  • Info for first column

More info for first column

  • Info for second column

More info for second column

#Columns

Testing two

FEATURE RICH
  • CGI, FastCGI, LSAPI, PHP, Servlet/JSP, Proxy
  • SSL, IPv4, IPv6
  • Best Ruby on Rail support
  • Apache compatible .htaccess support
  • mod_security compatible request filtering
  • Apache compatible URL rewrite engine
  • MS FrontPage Server Extension
FAST
  • Up to 9 times faster than Apache
  • PHP performance increases 50%
  • Best Ruby on Rail performance
  • 3 times faster than Apache in SSL
  • Efficient CGI daemon
  • High performance Perl daemon
  • SSL Hardware acceleration
USER FRIENDLY
  • Easy installation
  • Automatic PHP Setup
  • Easy server management through Admin GUI
  • Apply changes on the fly
  • Real-time service monitoring
  • Automatic update agent
  • Virtual host template configuration
SECURE
  • Strictest HTTP request validation
  • Deny any buffer-overrun attempts
  • Anti-DDoS: Throttling & Connection Accounting
  • System overloading prevention
  • Chroot web server process
  • CGI/FCGI/LSAPI/PHP/RUBY suEXEC
  • Virtual host chroot
RELIABLE
  • Watch Dog monitoring
  • Recover from service failure instantly
  • Zero down time graceful restart
SCALABLE
  • Small memory footprint
  • Thousands of concurrent connections
  • Increase scalability of external web applications
EASILY FIT INTO YOUR EXISTING WEB INFRASTRUCTURE
  • Apache interchangeable, operate directly from Apache httpd.conf
  • Web hosting control panel compatible: cPanel, DirectAdmin, Plesk, etc
  • Migration from other web servers is quick and easy
  • No need to purchase extra hardware to cope with your current web server's lack of performance
  • Or have LiteSpeed serve as a content accelerator, compression proxy or security guard in front of your current web/Application server, improving performance, scalability and security.

Extra two

FEATURE RICH
  • CGI, FastCGI, LSAPI, PHP, Servlet/JSP, Proxy
  • SSL, IPv4, IPv6
  • Best Ruby on Rail support
  • Apache compatible .htaccess support
  • mod_security compatible request filtering
  • Apache compatible URL rewrite engine
  • MS FrontPage Server Extension
FAST
  • Up to 9 times faster than Apache
  • PHP performance increases 50%
  • Best Ruby on Rail performance
  • 3 times faster than Apache in SSL
  • Efficient CGI daemon
  • High performance Perl daemon
  • SSL Hardware acceleration
USER FRIENDLY
  • Easy installation
  • Automatic PHP Setup
  • Easy server management through Admin GUI
  • Apply changes on the fly
  • Real-time service monitoring
  • Automatic update agent
  • Virtual host template configuration
SECURE
  • Strictest HTTP request validation
  • Deny any buffer-overrun attempts
  • Anti-DDoS: Throttling & Connection Accounting
  • System overloading prevention
  • Chroot web server process
  • CGI/FCGI/LSAPI/PHP/RUBY suEXEC
  • Virtual host chroot
RELIABLE
  • Watch Dog monitoring
  • Recover from service failure instantly
  • Zero down time graceful restart
SCALABLE
  • Small memory footprint
  • Thousands of concurrent connections
  • Increase scalability of external web applications
EASILY FIT INTO YOUR EXISTING WEB INFRASTRUCTURE
  • Apache interchangeable, operate directly from Apache httpd.conf
  • Web hosting control panel compatible: cPanel, DirectAdmin, Plesk, etc
  • Migration from other web servers is quick and easy
  • No need to purchase extra hardware to cope with your current web server's lack of performance
  • Or have LiteSpeed serve as a content accelerator, compression proxy or security guard in front of your current web/Application server, improving performance, scalability and security.

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