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Github Student Developer Pack

Last night I was going through my mails and there was one from Github. They accepted my request for Student Developer Pack. This pack include a lot of freebies and free tools, those which can be used by students to create an online presence, and start developing cool stuff.
This pack includes
ToolsDescriptionAtomA hackable text editor for the 21st century Open source by Github, free for everyoneAWS EducateAccess to the AWS cloud, free training and collaboration resourcesBitnamiInstall cloud applications in a single click Business 3 plan free for one yearCrowdFlowerCrowdsourcing and data enrichment platform.
Access to the CrowdFlower platform.Digital OceanSimple cloud hosting, built for developersDNSimlpeSimple DNS management with one click serves and a robustGithubPowerful collaboration, code review, and code managementHackhandsLive programming help available 24/7Microsoft AzureA suite of Microsoft Azure cloud services and developer tools, including the VIsual Studio IDE Microsoft Azur…

How to setup SSH Server on Debian

This is a tutorial for setting up SSH server on Debian or distros based on Debain.
Steps: Install the openssh-server package.
$ sudo apt-get install openssh-server Configure it to start at boot.
$ sudo update-rc.d -f ssh remove $ sudo update-rc.d -f ssh defaults $ sudo update-rc.d -f ssh enable 2 3 4 5 For more security, you can change the default keys.
$ cd /etc/ssh $ sudo mkdir keys_orig $ sudo mv ssh_host_* keys_orig Now, generate new keys.
$ sudo dpkg-reconfigure openssh-server For more customisation, you can edit the sshd_config file.
$ gedit /etc/ssh/sshd_config After all the changes restart ssh service.
$ sudo service ssh restart Done!