Speed up apache with mod_pagespeed and memcached on Debian 7 (Wheezy)

Speed up Apache webserver with mod_pagespeed and memcached on Debian 7 (Wheezy)The page load time gets more and more important for websites to provide a better user experience and it is important for the search engine ranking as well. Google has developed the apache module “mod_pagespeed” to optimize and streamline the content delivery of the apache webserver which reduces the load times of pages, especially when they use many assets like css files, javascript includes and images.
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BeagleBone Black doubles flash, embraces Debian

BeagleBoard.org announced a slightly pricier Rev C version of the BeagleBone Black that doubles eMMC flash and switches from Angstrom to Debian Linux. To celebrate the first birthday of the BeagleBone Black, BeagleBoard.org is shipping a new version of the open source hacker SBC called the Rev C. An update on the BeagleBone Black Wiki […]
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Speed up apache webserver with mod_pagespeed and memcached on Debian 7 (Wheezy)

Speed up Apache webserver with mod_pagespeed and memcached on Debian 7 (Wheezy)

The page load time gets more and more important for websites to provide a better user experience and it is important for the search engine ranking as well. Google has developed the apache module “mod_pagespeed” to optimize and streamline the content delivery of the apache webserver which reduces the load times of pages, especially when they use many assets like css files, javascript includes and images.

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News: Linux Top 3: Nussbaum Remains Debian Project Leader, Heartbleed Hits Linux and Linux 3.15

The big news this past week that has been inescapable was the emergence of the Heartbleed bug in OpenSSL, which is a key part of nearly every Linux distribution. The OpenSSL project first reported the flaw on April 7 and is identified as CVE-2014-0160.
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