- Vacuum your Firefox databases for better performance
- Over 20 Free Tutorials for Top Open Source Apps and Linux
- treeview tips
- Configure FreeBSD To Use Blowfish Password Format
- openSUSE Network Install over PXE-Boot
- how to exit Ping and other cli apps
- Generating Graphs with gnuplot Part 3, Part 2, Part 1
- Write Your Own Linux Twitter Client Fast
- Unable to Boot from Linux Live CD?
- Basic commands, Part I: Compress and decompress files
- How to fix VirtualBox 3 cpuload when running CentOS 5 guest
- HOWTO: Reset your lost/forgotten root password on Debian systems
- Install Weatherbug In Ubuntu To Get Live Weather Updates
- Howto: A Theme for KMahjongg
- Install PSPVC on Fedora – an iPod/PSP Video Converter for Linux
- Video with Firefox on Debian
- Copy Your Linux Install to a Different Partition or Drive
- Limit the CPU usage of a certain application in Linux
- Howto Install Dropbox Without Gnome/Nautilus
- Easy GUI Management of Grub and Usplash Settings with Startup Manager
- Getting the best out of Totem on Debian
- MySQL backup on Ubuntu | Debian
- PGP – Setting Up Your Launchpad Key
samiux.wordpress: By using Ksplice Uptrack, your Ubuntu Desktop or Server 9.04 will become rebootless even the kernel is updated.
Several months ago I created an article with 5 APT (Advanced Packaging Tool) tips for both Debian and Ubuntu available here. APT is the package manager in Debian and Debian-based distributions, like Ubuntu. Here's part two of that article, with 5 more tips and tricks for APT.
This tutorial shows how you can install Sun VirtualBox 3.0 (released on June 30, 2009) on an Ubuntu 9.04 desktop. With VirtualBox you can create and run guest operating systems ("virtual machines") such as Linux and Windows under a host operating system.
- Install VMware Tools on a Gentoo Guest
- Installing Perl Modules on Ubuntu Linux
- Show the Icons from Your Home Directory in your Xfce Background
- Encrypting an existing Debian lenny installation
- Installing uzbl on Debian Squeeze
- How to setup Disk Quotas in Ubuntu
- GNOME thumbnails garbled in Nautilus? Fix them.
- Search and replace line feeds using emacs
- Speeding up my Linux system
- Using Bash History More Efficiently
- Linux Tips: Handy ways to grep
- Useful Tricks With Screen
- Move Over, Grep. Hello, Ack.
- Linux Shutdown Management
- Clojure: Getting Started in 5 Simple Steps
This guide will show how to download ISO images (CDs, DVDs or Blu-Ray) using jigdo, a specific protocol intended to be the main way to download Debian disc images.
- Assign IPv6 addresses in Linux
- Auto reboot after kernel panic
- Switch Capslock to work as Escape on Linux
- Speed Up Your Linux Application Loading Time with Preload
- Firewall with iptables using mac address filtering
- Dealing with Odd Filenames on the Commandline
- Installing RDoc on Ubuntu Jaunty
Ubuntu 9.04 (and Kubuntu) comes with VLC 0.9.9 included in the repositories. However, VLC 1.0.0 was released today and it ships with several new features and many improvements. To install the latest release of VLC (currently 1.0.0) in either Ubuntu/Kubuntu/Xubuntu distributions, just follow the steps below:
This article is a continuation to my other Bash-related post, 6 Bash Productivity Tips. Since that article gathered many useful comments and I bumped over several more over the net, here are 5 more tips and tricks.