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Asus EeePC, Part Four: A miscellany of Tips and Tricks

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freesoftwaremagazine.com: Since the first three parts of this series came out, (One, Two and Three) the beginning of May has seen the launch of the new EeePC 900 series. Yes, the E900 series has a larger screen but you make as well make the most of every available seven or nine inches. Other tips and tricks aimed at boosting performance should also apply.

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  • Using Last To Its Full Potential On Linux

  • CuteFlow - Document circulation and workflow system Setup in Ubuntu
  • Mutt Addressbook
  • How to find files, using command line (locate)
  • Quick Command Line Tip - Whois from the Command Line
  • Using Ubuntu's Gnome configuration editor
  • How to adjust the auto-hide delay in Gnome panels
  • Fedora 9: Livna Repo RPM Installation

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  • Understanding Firewall Configurations

  • Tweak photos with Fotox
  • Moving Around With vim (keyboard short cuts)
  • Multimedia in Fedora 9 - VLC & Mplayer
  • Broadcom wifi (BCM4312) speedup to 54mbit/s on Ubuntu 8.04 on a HP nc6320 laptop
  • Displaying sorted list(size wise) of Files/Folder on Linux
  • Howto: Build a better dual boot
  • A Minimalist Firefox
  • QuickTip: Use Gnome Do as an ultrafast file manager
  • Fedora 9 GDM Theme

How To Run Linux From A USB Flash Drive

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informationweek.com: Most of the time, Linux is run from either an installation on a hard drive or a live CD/DVD distribution. Over the last few years, though, we've seen the emergence of something that combines the speed of a hard drive install with the convenience of a live CD: running Linux from a USB flash drive.

Upgrade Your Desktop From Fedora 8 To Fedora 9 With PreUpgrade

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This document describes how to upgrade your desktop from Fedora 8 to Fedora 9 via PreUpgrade. PreUpgrade provides a frontend that allows the user to easily download all packages that are needed for the distribution upgrade, and then perform the distribution upgrade.

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  • Perl Search and Replace

  • RPM -e Error Specifies Multiple Packages
  • How to Replace Nautilus with PCMan File Manager in Ubuntu
  • How to find which service is listening on a given port
  • Make Older Add-Ons Work with Firefox 3.0
  • Essential commands for Linux network administration
  • potrace: Transform bitmap images into vector graphics
  • Ping or nmap to identify machines on the LAN
  • Tainted Perl On Linux or Unix - Helping You Protect You From Yourself

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  • How to Install Cursor Themes

  • Make icons on your fluxbox desktop with idesk
  • How to Download Embedded Videos
  • Sorting your data with msort
  • Twittering from OpenOffice.org
  • Finding weak OpenSSL/OpenSSH keys
  • OOo: How to lay out a page using tables and two or more columns
  • Using Nokia 6110 on Ubuntu
  • MP3 on Fedora 9
  • Installing mod_python and Django on Apache

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  • Switching to Ubuntu Linux - a simplified guide

  • Partitioning Lenovo & Installing Ubuntu
  • Free your router with Tomato
  • How to install Broadcom BCM94311MCG WiFi Card on OpenSuse 10.3
  • Bash Integer Math
  • Bash Random Numbers

I remastered PCLinuxOS in French for my neighbor

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wamukota.blogspot: One of the remarks I often read is that PCLinuxOS is an English only distro. While that is true when you download the iso, the road to make a localized remaster in another language is not so difficult for a somewhat handy linuxer.

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  • XTerm Title

  • Using puppet on Gentoo
  • Yum Force Reinstall
  • Hybernate on CentOS5.1
  • Fixing Kubuntu’s trash icon
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