http://felipecruz.com/blog_bash-script-for-ftp-unix.php

Have you been in the need of an automatic script that connects to a remote ftp server to copy some backups or something similar? There is no need to be a bash expert, the following simple example can give you the basics to have a fully functional ftp script on bash

http://www.italiancookingandliving.com/recipes/archive/2415-Orecchiette-with-Broccoli-Raab.html

From the page: “Orecchiette with Broccoli Raab

A web-exclusive recipe from Italian Cooking and Living

Orecchiette is an ear-shaped pasta from Southern Italy, especially Apulia. This recipe is a classic in Apulia. Because orecchiette are made with a firmer dough than most pasta, they take longer to cook, about 20 minutes total. If you know your brand of orecchiette cooks faster than this, add the broccoli raab earlier: the point is to add the broccoli raab when the pasta is halfway cooked.
# 1 pound broccoli raab
# 1/2 cup extra-virgin olive oil
# 4 garlic cloves, chopped
# 6 salted anchovies, deboned, rinsed, and chopped
# 1 dried chili
# 1 pound orecchiette
# salt
# 1 cup freshly grated Pecorino Romano (optional)

Remove the tough stems and any yellowed leaves from the broccoli raab. Wash the rest of the leaves and the tender stalks carefully in plenty of water; drain well. Chop into 1″ pieces. Heat the olive oil in a deep, wide sauté pan. Add the garlic and cook until golden; stir in the anchovies, and crush them into the olive oil with the back of a fork. Fold in the chili and keep warm. Meanwhile, bring a large pot of water to a boil. Add the orecchiette and salt. After 10 minutes, add the broccoli raab. Cook until the orecchiette are al dente, about 10 more minutes; drain, but not too thoroughly, leaving a little of the pasta cooking water clinging to the orecchiette. Toss the pasta with the hot anchovy-laced olive oil, fold in the Pecorino, and serve immediately. Serves 4″

Protecting against the elusive Linux virus

http://searchenterpriselinux.techtarget.com/tip/0,289483,sid39_gci1288808,00.html?track=NL-641&ad=620630&asrc=EM_NLN_2899527&uid=6025459

Estimates vary, but generally it is believed that there are 100 to 500 Linux viruses out there. The tiny number of Linux viruses that do exist have never resulted in a significant outbreak. In comparison to the plethora of viruses and worms in Windows-based platforms, the volume of Linux viruses is insignificant. So this leads us to two questions: why are there so few Linux viruses and are Linux anti-virus tools necessary?