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The easy way to run operating systems without messing up your system GNU/Linux can be scary to a new user. After all, what if you mess up? What if you end up corrupting your har... 07/12/2007
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A good alternative to Ubuntu Debian is well respected as a stable server distribution, and most of the reviews focus on aspects appropriate to server deployments. This article c... 07/12/2007
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Stick with the familiar Microsoft Windows, or try the stable, secure, but unfamiliar GNU/Linux-based operating systems that have recently started taking off. There are two big f... 10/31/2007
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A tutorial for novices that discusses processes and process related commands including ps, top, grep, fuser, more, jobs and kill. our GNU/Linux computer is an amazing machine. I... 07/12/2007
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Some time ago I saw a chocolate bar made with Adobe Photoshop somewhere on the Internet . I thought that Gimp can’t do worse than and I got myself to work. It seemed to be... 07/10/2007
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This tutorial explains the installation of Apache web server, bundled with PHP and MySQL server on a Linux machine. The tutorial is primarily for SuSE 9.2, 9.3, 10.0 & 10.1 oper... 11/11/2007
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If you run your own Linux server here are some tips on server hardening, liberally stolen from the CFS security GUI script for cPanel/WHM. 11/11/2007
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Introduction to Linux I've gotten a number of emails asking me about this or that or the other thing from people who are either just starting with Linux, or are considering... 12/19/2006
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Sometimes change is good, sometimes it's bad, and sometimes it's a mixed bag. Such was the case recently when a customer switched a remote office from a 56K line to usin... 12/19/2006
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Load, in computing, is a measure of the amount of processing a computer system is currently performing, usually in the form of a scalar and as some variation on a percentage. -... 12/19/2006
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Apache is an open-source HTTP server implementation. It is the most popular web server on the Internet. The December 2005 Web Server Survey conducted by Netcraft shows that abou... 12/19/2006
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Introduction MySQL Cluser Server is a fault-tolerant, redundant, scalable database architecture built on the open-source MySQL application, and capable of delivering 99.999% rel... 12/19/2006
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This is for Linux and Unix systems. Search engines find it for Windows people looking for info about the "AVSERVE.EXE" process, but this isn't going to help you wi... 12/19/2006
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Have you ever forgotten your root password ? I have a very good memory. I remember most of my client's passwords (there are a few I forget regularly for no reason that I can... 12/19/2006
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Like most things that are worth owning, Computers are an American invention. Look at any modern computer and you will see that the whole thing is the product of American brillia... 12/19/2006
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Blag (a recursive acronym, standing for Blag Linux and GNU ) is a GNU/Linux operating system distribution that consists entirely of Free Software. When I first stumbled upon the... 12/19/2006
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Zenwalk 3 is an operating system based on Patrick Volkerding’s Slackware GNU/Linux distribution, version 10.2. The entire operating system fits on a single CD, and stays t... 12/19/2006
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I explain how and why we can improve the quality of the Linux operating system kernel by testing it on our own computers. Note - This was originally posted at Advogato as Why We... 12/16/2006
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Data recovery is the retrieval of inaccessible or contaminated data from media that has been damaged in some way. Data recovery is being increasingly used and is an important pr... 12/11/2008
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Ubuntu makes printing reasonably easy and straightforward. This brief article is for those who need a specific and encouraging step-by-step guide. This article will not only ens... 10/26/2007
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Just consider: the GNU Project starts developing an operating system, and years later Linus Torvalds adds one important piece. The GNU Project says, "Please give our project equ... 10/31/2008
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The GNU General Public License ( GPL ) is one of the most widely used software licenses - and, undoubtedly, the most misunderstood. 08/31/2006
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The Issue at Hand It's entirely possible that you may not have heard of Linux. Maybe you own a Mac or Windows computer and don't read the technology news. You may have a... 08/21/2006
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Must-read page for people having serious problems with signal 11, a.k.a. segmentation fault, while compiling their kernel or other tasks requiring lots of computer's resources.... 07/22/2006
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