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  • Make Your Extensions Work with the Firefox 3 Beta
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  • Mount Network File systems (NFS,Samba) in Ubuntu

  • Installing Adobe Flash Player in Ubuntu
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  • Meet the Anti-Nmap: PSAD
  • Pimp your Blogspot
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Take advantage of multiple CPU cores during file compression

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linux.com: With the number of CPU cores in desktop machines moving from two to four and soon eight, the ability to execute computationally expensive tasks in parallel is becoming more important. The mgzip tools that can take advantage of multiple CPU cores during file compression, while pbzip2 uses multiple cores for both compression and decompression.

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  • Ping IPv6 IP Address With ping6 Command
  • HowTo Fix vmsplice Local Root Exploit in Gentoo Linux
  • Pimp your WordPress
  • Linux Tips: find all files of a particular size
  • Windows XP, Ubuntu, GParted & Super Grub Disk
  • Small-scale SNMP reporting
  • Ebuild 2 Overlay
  • Linux Tip No.15:IP Address Aliasing - Temporary

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  • How To Patch Running Linux Kernel

  • Open OpenOffice Text Files That Are Larger Than 65,536
  • Unite Windows and Linux With a Single Mouse Click
  • Slash Proc - File System Utilities
  • Debian Lenny and compiz fusion
  • Making your internet faster (ubuntu)
  • Ubuntu: How to View Hidden Files and Folders
  • How to make Windows Vista boot first using GRUB in Ubuntu
  • Tips on removing the annoying Ubuntu cdrom needed action in apt-get

Zimbra Collaboration Suite (ZCS) Open Source Edition v5.0 On Debian Etch

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This document describes how to set up the Zimbra Collaboration Suite (ZCS) Open Source Edition v5.0 on Debian Etch. The resulting system provides a full featured collaboration-suite with many features.

How to: partition hard drive for Linux

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tech.blorge.com: Linux has a complicated hierarchy of files and folders that can be confusing right from the start when a user is trying to migrate to Linux. When asked for partition information by the installer, a user may feel uncomfortable continuing. We’ll try to sort through some of that mess here.

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  • Index and search with KDE's new Strigi

  • Media and ubuntu
  • A nice little Calc spreadsheet function
  • SSHMenu - SSH connection manager
  • Faxing in OpenOffice.org
  • Command-Not-Found on Slackware
  • Installing IE in Linux
  • Mplayer Skins Ubuntu->How To
  • Linux Tip: Setting your resolver

Installing The eZ Publish CMS On An Ubuntu 7.10 Server

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eZ Publish is one of the most well known and widespread web content management systems. Because its setup is not trivial, this tutorial shows how to install eZ Publish on an Ubuntu 7.10 (Gutsy Gibbon) server.

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  • Atheros wireless - get it working
  • How to setup Real Player and VLC in fedora core 8
  • Me TV - EyeTV for Ubuntu?
  • How to fix the "no sound" in Ubuntu 7.10 on a laptop or notebook
  • Policykit - Gaining visibility in the administrative user interfaces
  • Run Windows in a virtual machine using Ubuntu and Virtualbox
  • Setting up IPv6 on Linux
  • Easy script to upload to an ftp server
  • Dual Boot openSUSE and Windows.
  • 32 bit Firefox on 64 bit Foresight
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