Category Archives: Unix

AWStats tip: removing ‘chromebar’ from search keyphrases

Being still less than a month old, it’s normal that I keep looking at this blog‘s stats quite often, and one of the most interesting bits — especially if you care about SEO — is the top search keyphrases list. … Continue reading

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Graphing search engine referrals with AWStats and MRTG

From my previous post, AWStats tip: creating static pages (and why it’s a good idea): for instance, I’m currently using MRTG to plot a graph of Google and Bing referrals, using the AWstats-generated static pages as input So… anyone curious? … Continue reading

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AWStats tip: creating static pages (and why it’s a good idea)

AWStats is probably the most popular free statistics package for self-hosted sites (if we don’t count “external” ones such as Google Analytics), and, as any decent Unix sysadmin probably knows, there are several ways of configuring it. One of them … Continue reading

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Unix/Linux trick: ‘cd’ back to the previous directory

You know when you’re in a very “deep” directory, such as /usr/local/src/this/that/thatother, and you type “cd” and press enter by mistake(1) and go back to your home directory, and would love to go back to where you were before, without … Continue reading

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