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  • customize Linux Mint 9
  • Building kernels the Debian way
  • Open UIF File (MagicISO Custom ISO Format) in Linux / MacOS X
  • Fix Window and Linux Boot Problems with the Super Grub Disk
  • [SOLVED] Can’t open /dev/dsp in Ubuntu
  • GRUB - embedding a configuration file
  • Easy desktop notification system
  • Manage Ubuntu Gnome Themes with Gstyle
  • 7 Chmod Command Examples for Beginners
  • Easiest way to install Google Chrome on Slackware
  • Mount ISO, IMG, BIN, MDF and NRG Files w Furious
  • Locking Down Firefox Preferences w new firefox.js
  • install Oracle Solaris Studio Express 6/10 on Slackware
  • Rar Unrar Support For Fedora 13 Goddard
  • Making Movies with Free Software
  • Convert any software packages to formats recognized by your distro using Alien
  • how to retrieve image size in perl
  • Privnote- A simple way to send longer messages on Twitter
  • DNS querying with dig

Installing Apache2 With PHP5 And MySQL Support On Ubuntu 10.04 (LAMP)

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LAMP is short for Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP. This tutorial shows how you can install an Apache2 webserver on an Ubuntu 10.04 server with PHP5 support (mod_php) and MySQL support.

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  • How To Launch Nautilus, Programs in openSUSE as Root
  • Fixing Logitech (pwc) webcam hang in Linux Mint / Ubuntu
  • OOo: Select Background Image
  • Adding clip art to the OpenOffice gallery
  • GIMP: Old Blue Eyes
  • Record internet radio using VLC
  • [SOLVED] Media Playing issues in Ubuntu 10.10
  • split a large file
  • Bash Shell Expansion within Braces
  • Adding directories to your PATH
  • Uploading files with Curl
  • CountBeats—BPM Finder

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  • Using Facebook chat with Kopete
  • Fixing Gtalk Connection with Pidgin 2.7.*
  • Tweak Ubuntu With Ubuntu Tweak
  • Problems with Adobe Flash on Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx
  • Samsung ML-1640 USB Printer and Ubuntu
  • KDE Partition Manager: New PartWidget Design
  • Unit conversion from zsh
  • Linux Action Show s12e04
  • Qt and Open Governance
  • Going Linux Jun 05: #104
  • Can Steve Job's closed system keep it fresh?
  • Asus says B-Bye to Eee Support Forum
  • Why switch to Ubuntu?
  • Distro wars

The Perfect Desktop - Fedora 13 i686 (GNOME)

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This tutorial shows how you can set up a Fedora 13 desktop (GNOME) that is a full-fledged replacement for a Windows desktop, i.e. that has all the software that people need to do the things they do on their Windows desktops. The advantages are clear: you get a secure system without DRM restrictions that works even on old hardware, and the best thing is: all software comes free of charge.

My Perfect Kubuntu 10.04 Desktop

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bigbrovar.aoizora.org: I have been running Kubuntu 10.04 now since the Release Candidate and simply upgraded to the final release. So far I would have to say it has been release smooth although not perfect. How I setup my Kubuntu Desktop.

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  • Find interesting dictionary words with your Linux box
  • Contain Junk email in Evolution
  • Edit Linux man pages with gmanedit
  • Upgrade Compiz in Ubuntu
  • Gstyle - A new full gnome theme manager

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  • How To Create A Postcard in GIMP
  • Live Magic- Create a live cd/DVD for your installed Ubuntu / Debian
  • How to Recording Internal Audio in Ubuntu
  • How to fix Command Not Found error
  • Multimedia (MP3, MPEG-4, AVI, DiVX, etc.) support in Fedora 13
  • Create a smart PDF document with Scribus
  • Lzma Vs Bzip2 – Better Compression than bzip2
  • Using System Testing in Ubuntu

Going Paranoid on Fedora 13

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linuxbsdos.com: A Paranoid, or 5-star, security rating is the highest physical security rating that you can achieve on your computer. Even when you think that you have nothing to hide, you never know when some guys will show up at your residence or business with a warrant.

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  • The Ultimate Bash Array Tutorial
  • LXC with Gentoo Linux
  • Create Bootable USB / Flash Drive From ISO
  • How I sped up my server by a factor of 6
  • Playing AAC/M4a files on Mandriva 2010
  • How to: Install Linux without a CD-Rom
  • connecting to self signed SSL certificate from Java
  • Python decisions
  • Browsing Man and Info Pages using Konqueror
  • Shutter - Fully Loaded Screenshot App For Linux
  • Copy partitions with gparted
  • Renaming Photos with digiKam
  • build a pure-ftpd Debian package for OpenVZ
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