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  • How to delete undelatable files and folders in linux
  • Make a Linux Home Data Server of an Old PC
  • Create Image Galleries With Konqueror
  • Using Eye-Fi Card on Linux
  • Building Your Own Linux Kernel, part 1
  • Use OpenOffice Impress for flash card learning

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  • Hidden Linux: Say after me ...
  • Synthesizing Voice From the Command Line
  • Installing Wallpaper Clock in Ubuntu in 3 simple steps
  • How to Play Real Media Files on Mplayer - Mepis 8
  • RAR and UNRAR from Linux CLI
  • Mail relaying made simple with Postfix
  • Trying out the Kopete Telepathy plugin
  • 5 Steps To Install Dropbox In Karmic Alpha
  • How to create a bootable USB Ubuntu drive
  • Multimedia Support in Fedora 11
  • Code Project: create a Qt RSS reader
  • Upgrading the Wireless Networking Card in Dell Mini
  • Start Simple HTTP Server with Python
  • NTP - get atomic clock's precision from the Internet

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  • Ubuntu Tip : Easy way to enable font smoothing in Wine
  • How to Install and Use Ubuntu Netbook Remix
  • How to: to system update on OpenSuse via console
  • How to Cut/Split Video using Avidemux
  • Opening files automatically on mainstream Linux desktops
  • 10 PostgreSQL Performance Optimization Tips
  • How to install PHP PDO_OCI on Ubuntu
  • How To: Install PHP 5.3 on CentOS 5.1 or RHEL 5.1

Installing Cherokee With PHP5 And MySQL Support On Debian Lenny

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Cherokee is a very fast, flexible and easy to configure Web Server. It supports the widespread technologies nowadays: FastCGI, SCGI, PHP, CGI, TLS and SSL encrypted connections, virtual hosts, authentication, on the fly encoding, load balancing, Apache compatible log files, and much more.

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  • How To Install Gnome 3 Gnome-Shell In Karmic, Jaunty & Intrepid
  • Configuring VOIP in Twinkle
  • Install LCMP in Centos/Fedora/Redhat
  • Run OS X Dashboard Widgets In Ubuntu
  • How to Edit PDF Files in Linux - PDFEdit
  • Easily splitting one column into two or more columns in OOo
  • 5 Tips To Help You Get Started With Empathy
  • Managing Your Gentoo ["Sort-Of" Easily], Tips, and More
  • Completely Hide GNOME Panel

Installing Cherokee With PHP5 And MySQL Support On Fedora 11

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Cherokee is a very fast, flexible and easy to configure Web Server. It supports the widespread technologies nowadays: FastCGI, SCGI, PHP, CGI, TLS and SSL encrypted connections, virtual hosts, authentication, on the fly encoding, load balancing, Apache compatible log files, and much more.

today's howtos & leftovers:

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  • Install Picasa in Ubuntu with Google Linux Software Repositories
  • Add new hard disk to your Linux machine
  • Fun with the Linux seq command
  • HOWTO: Using CPU MSR tools (RDMSR,WRMSR) in Debian Linux
  • How to Set up a Wireless Network in Puppy Linux
  • How to See Linux TCP/UDP Network and Socket information
  • Fix nvidia 50 Hz Display Rate
  • Save your time with these handy Ubuntu tips
  • Force application windows to start centered on the screen
  • Three Simple Tips for Contributing to Open Source Projects
  • Linux Crazy Podcast 63: Gentoo Developer Jorge Manuel Vicetto (jmbsvicetto)
  • Feminism's dirty little secret
  • Firefox Cache Viewer Gui Frontend
  • Visual View of Your Firefox Web Search History With History Tree
  • Linux Outlaws 111 - Developers, Developers... D'oh!

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  • Computer Janitor corrupting AIR installs on Ubuntu 8.04
  • Install Google Chrome on Fedora 11
  • Build a custom firewall with fwbuilder
  • How To Launch KSnapshot with the “Print Screen” key
  • Ripping CD Music with cdparanoia
  • How to install android sdk 1.6 on Ubuntu 9.04
  • Download and install in one step in OpenBSD
  • Front-end for the ClamAV antivirus toolkit - klamav/Clamtk
  • Pimp your ls
  • Fluxconf: configuring Fluxbox the graphical way
  • Thinkpad kernel module in Ubuntu 9.10 (Karmic)
  • Howto install latest Epiphany (webkit) Browser in Jaunty
  • How to mount a ssh server?
  • Real-Time Linux Kernel Scheduler
  • Audacity Tip of the Day – How Not to Lose Data!
  • GNU inetutils - ftp, telnet, rsh and more for your Linux

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  • Use curl to Monitor Your Vonage Phone Bill
  • Cool things with SELinux... Introducing sandbox -X
  • wbar: a quick luanch bar( similar to avant and cairo dock)
  • Use Startup Manager to change Grub settings
  • How to Monitor System Activity, Hardware and System information in Linux
  • Bootstrapping Centos or Fedora from Debian or Ubuntu
  • Fixing Loopy Networks Using Low-tech Methods
  • Command-Line Switches for Opera Linux
  • Gentoo Maintenance
  • Setup WebDAV With Apache2 On ubuntu 9.0.4
  • Mount an Iso in Three Steps; Without Downloading Virtual Drive Emulators
  • How To Access Mozilla Firefox Cache In Linux
  • Configure Synaptic Touchpad

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  • Add Location Shortcuts to the KDE Open File Dialog
  • Random Password Generator
  • Tutorial: Mandriva Powerpack Custom Install
  • How to set the Default Browser on Ubuntu From the Command-Line
  • Be Notified Of Ubuntu Releases in Google Calendar
  • How To: New Mail Notification
  • How To Enable Ubuntu Notifications In Kubuntu
  • CMake: How to define where to build a package
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