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AMD

AMD · Total News: 33 · Total Reads: 42542

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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  31 goals 16 assists Messy half (qqlqql)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  AMD to Retire ATI Brand (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  AMD Builds RAID Into Server CPUs (tw45admin)
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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  AMD Moves Up Istanbul Release to June (tw45admin)
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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  What Goes On Within AMD's Linux Beta Program? (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  AMD Catalyst 9.1 Brings OpenGL 3.0 (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  AMD Video BIOS Disassembler Released (tw45admin)
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31 goals 16 assists Messy half
by: qqlqql
2011-02-15 21:11:46

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Apache

Apache · Total News: 103 · Total Reads: 139018

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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Configuring Apache To Use Radius For Two-Factor Authentication On Ubuntu 12.04 (falko)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  How To Set Up WebDAV With MySQL Authentication On Apache2 (Debian Squeeze) (falko)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Changing Apache Server Name To Whatever You Want With mod_security On Debian 6 (falko)
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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Using Apache2 Content Negotiation To Serve Different Languages (falko)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Make Browsers Cache Static Files With mod_expires On Apache2 (Debian Squeeze) (falko)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  How To Set Up Apache2 With mod_fcgid And PHP5 On Fedora 14 (falko)
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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Caching With Apache's mod_cache On Debian Lenny (falko)
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Configuring Apache To Use Radius For Two-Factor Authentication On Ubuntu 12.04
by: falko
2012-05-23 15:01:19

This document describes how to add WiKID two-factor authentication to Apache 2.2.22 using mod_auth_radius on Ubuntu 12.04. It is also recommended that you consider using mutual https authentication for web applications that are worthy of two-factor authentication. Strong mutual authentication means that the targeted website is authenticated to the user in some cryptographically secure manner, thwarting most man-in-the-middle attacks. The use of cryptography is key. While some sites use an image in an attempt to validate a server, it should be noted that any man-in-the-middle could simply replay such an image.

http://www.howtoforge.com/how-to-configure-apache-to-use-radius-for-two-factor-authentication-on-ubuntu-12.04

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Bugs

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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  New Flash Bug Exploited By Hackers : How to avoid it? (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Major bug in Snow Leopard deletes all user data (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Red Hat and Firefox more buggy than Microsoft (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  After 9 years, Bugzilla moves up to 3.0 (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  JavaScript bug-hunting tool demonstrated (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  A banner year for security bugs (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Howto report bugs the Debian way (tw45admin)

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New Flash Bug Exploited By Hackers : How to avoid it?
by: tw45admin
2010-06-07 13:30:40

A new attack on a Flash bug has surfaced that would give attackers control of a victim’s computer after crashing it, reports PC World. Adobe put out a Security Advisory about this on June 4. It is categorized as a critical issue and all operating systems with Flash are vulnerable including Windows, Linux, and Apple and it is also found in the recent versions of Reader and Acrobat...The affected versions are Adobe Flash Player 10.0.45.2, 9.0.262, and earlier 10.0.x and 9.0.x versions for Windows, Macintosh, Linux and Solaris. Adobe Reader and Acrobat 9.3.2 and earlier 9.x versions for Windows, Macintosh and UNIX. The versions that avoided being affected are Flash Player 10.1 release candidate, link available in the Adobe security advisory, and Acrobat/Reader version 8.x.

Announcement at hungry-hackers.com.

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Content Management

Content Management · Total News: 28 · Total Reads: 54506

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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Popular Facebook apps found to be collecting, selling user info (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Review: HTML5 Up and Running (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Create and customize your DotNetNuke website using Packt's new book (likesh)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Packt launches fifth annual Open Source Awards (richarddias)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Build a full-featured intranet easily with Packt’s new Plone 3 Intranets book (likesh)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Red5: A video-on-demand Flash Server (sanjayr)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Design your own MediaWiki-based site with new book from Packt (richarddias)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Learn to manage dynamic Flash content on your WordPress blog (amits)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Build and customize an online store using Packt’s new Drupal with Ubercart 2.x (Radha1587)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Virtual Appliance for Django Developers (tw45admin)
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Popular Facebook apps found to be collecting, selling user info
by: tw45admin
2010-10-18 18:49:06

If you use Facebook but don't want your personal information leaked all over the Web, you had better make sure you don't use any of Facebook's most popular apps. According to an investigation by the Wall Street Journal, "tens of millions" of apps on Facebook transmit varying amounts of identifying information to their own personal ad servers, even in cases when users' profiles were set to completely private. On the most benign level, many Facebook apps gather a user's Facebook ID if that user installs the app on his or her profile. The ID itself doesn't necessarily give anyone access to a user's protected profile, though if the person in question has a public profile, then all of that information could be (and undoubtedly is being) scraped.

This doesn't have anything to do with Linux or open source, but I thought it would have general appeal anyway. Full story at ars technica.

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Debian

Debian · Total News: 822 · Total Reads: 1196059

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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Displaying Upload Progress With nginx On Debian Wheezy (falko)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Using ngx_pagespeed With nginx On Debian Jessie/testing (falko)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Running ownCloud 5.0 On Nginx (LEMP) On Debian Wheezy (falko)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Installing Debian testing On GPT HDDs (> 2TB) From A Grml Live Linux (falko)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Running SilverStripe On Nginx (LEMP) On Debian Wheezy/Ubuntu 13.04 (falko)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Using RoundCube Webmail With ISPConfig 3 On Debian Wheezy (nginx) (falko)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  High-Availability Storage With GlusterFS 3.2.x On Debian Wheezy (falko)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Running ProcessWire On Nginx (LEMP) On Debian Wheezy/Ubuntu 13.04 (falko)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Install openQRM 5.1 On Debian Wheezy (falko)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Running CS-Cart On Nginx (LEMP) On Debian Wheezy/Ubuntu 13.04 (falko)
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Displaying Upload Progress With nginx On Debian Wheezy
by: falko
2014-02-20 11:55:28

This tutorial shows how to use the nginx upload progress module to upload one or multiple files and display an upload progress bar for the user. This is useful, for example, if users upload large files, so that they know that something is going on in the background.

http://www.howtoforge.com/displaying-upload-progress-with-nginx-on-debian-wheezy

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Free BSD

Free BSD · Total News: 49 · Total Reads: 61384

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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  The Perfect Database Server: Firebird 2.5.1 And FreeBSD 9 (falko)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  How To Use pfSense To Load Balance Your Web Servers (falko)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  How To Configure A pfSense 2.0 Cluster Using CARP (falko)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  The Perfect Database Server: Firebird 2.5 And FreeBSD 8.1 (falko)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  How long will FreeBSD 7.3-release be supported? Two years (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  You Can Help Test PC-BSD 8.1 (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend   PC BSD 8.0 release made BSD much easier for desktop use (donadony)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  PC-BSD 8.0 with KDE 4.3.5 (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  FreeNAS: BSD Line and Linux Fork (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  FreeBSD Shines While Apple Fails (tw45admin)
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The Perfect Database Server: Firebird 2.5.1 And FreeBSD 9
by: falko
2012-02-02 11:58:50

Here is the guide on installing Firebird 2.5.1 from FreeBSD 9 Ports and creating your first test database; also we show you how to install Flamerobin GUI (administration tool) and the PHP driver for it. This was tested on fresh FreeBSD 9 on a kvm-linux virtual machine.

http://www.howtoforge.com/the-perfect-database-server-firebird-2.5.1-and-freebsd-9

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games

games · Total News: 77 · Total Reads: 83104

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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Lutris- A Multi-platform game installer for Linux (donadony)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend   Howto install Call of Duty Black Ops in Linux using PlayOnLinux (donadony)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Ubuntu Gamer edition 2.8 is released- Now it features 27 pre-installed games (donadony)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Linux development on the PlayStation 3, Part 1: More than a toy (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Linux Gaming: Wine vs. Cedega vs. CrossOver Games (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Addictive Linux Game 'Steel Storm' Released (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Build fully-featured, interactive worlds for games and online communities using (amits)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  PlayOnLinux 3.8 is out! Major new features : Record games, wine import, Cedega i (donadony)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Super Nintendo emulators for Ubuntu 10.04 (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  MiniMax Game Trees (tw45admin)
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Lutris- A Multi-platform game installer for Linux
by: donadony
2011-02-15 21:18:10

Lutris is a gaming platform similar to DJL and PlayOnLinux aiming to support as many games as possible for the GNU/Linux operating system. Itlutris logo takes care of running the game by setting up the best environement in order to provide the most enjoyable gaming experience.The program is currently usable but only has a fraction of the planned features. ou can play almost every game for the following platforms : * Many arcade based games * Amiga 500, 600, 1200 * Atari 2600, 800, 800XL, 130XE, 5200, ST, STE, TT, Lynx * Bandai WonderSwan, WonderSwan Color * Browser games like Quake Live, Minecraft or Flash based games * Commmodore VIC-20, C64, C128, CBM-II, PLUS/4 * LucasArt SCUMM based games (Monkey Island, Maniac Mansion, ...) * Magnavox Odyssey², Videopac+ * Mattel Intellivision * Microsoft MSX, MS-DOS * NEC PC-Engine Turbographx 16, Supergraphx, PC-FX * Nintendo NES, SNES, Game Boy, Game Boy Advance, Gamecube * Sega Master Sytem, Game Gear, Genesis, Dreamcast * SNK Neo Geo, Neo Geo Pocket * Sony Playstation * Z-Machine games like Zork Complete Story

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General computer information

General computer information · Total News:· Total Reads: 1800

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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Nagios: Host and Service Monitoring Tool (tw45admin)

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Nagios: Host and Service Monitoring Tool
by: tw45admin
2006-01-19 10:14:16

Basically Nagios is an open source host, service and network monitoring tool. It let's you manage different types of services and hosts running on different operating systems like linux, netware, windows, aix ,.... It's flexible in configuration and can be extended as much as you want. It's configured within text files and managed with a web browser. When you do a basic installation you get a set of Nagios check programs which let you start monitoring your first hosts and services, beginning with the installation in less than an hour.

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gnome

gnome · Total News: 113 · Total Reads: 159354

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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Customizing Fonts in Gnome 3 (ericzma)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Gnome-do: Open Source Software App Launcher (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  GNOME 3 not ready yet, release pushed back to 2011 (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Top 30 Dark Gnome Themes GTK 2.x (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  4 Great Alternatives to Gnome Panel Menu Bar (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Eight GNOME Flaws (and How to Fix Them) (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  GNOME Commander - Nice and fast file manager for the GNOME desktop (gg234)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  What to Expect in GNOME 3.0 (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Pessulus: Lockdown editor for Gnome limits user functionality access (donadony)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Python support in GNOME gets a boost from hackfest (tw45admin)
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Customizing Fonts in Gnome 3
by: ericzma
2014-04-09 14:26:10

Customizing Fonts in Gnome 3: Gnome 3 is great and I can understand that it emphasizes on simplicity. However, the configuration settings for Gnome 3 does not provide tools for certain functions that I need. One of them is customizing the fonts. This post will summarize the tools/tips that I adopted to customize the fonts in Gnome 3. Continue reading: Customizing Fonts in Gnome 3 at Fclose.com.

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Google

Google · Total News: 227 · Total Reads: 231395

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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Manage Google Services from the Command Line on Linux (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Google Goggles comes to iPhone (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  2010: The Year Chrome Took Off (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Develop for Google Chrome – making apps and extensions (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Going corporate: Chrome getting admin-friendly (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Google: Chrome Frame ready for prime time (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Google ships Chrome 6 on second anniversary (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Google Adds Phone Calls to Linux Gmail Use (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Chromium gets GPU acceleration (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Google polishes Chrome tablet (tw45admin)
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Manage Google Services from the Command Line on Linux
by: tw45admin
2010-10-15 15:38:10

I love Web services. I'm just not a fan of always having to use a browser as the interface for said services. Google's services have crept into my daily routine to the point that I'm using Gmail, Google Calendar, and Google Docs all the time. But I also like doing things from the command line, which is why I'm using GoogleCL to connect to Google services from the command line. GoogleCL is a set of Python scripts that use the GData Python bindings to connect to Google services. So you authenticate to your Google account, and then you can pull or push data to a set of Google services. The GoogleCL suite only uses Google APIs, so it's a bit constrained by what Google actually allows via the API — there's no screen-scraping or hackery going on that would let GoogleCL do something that's not allowed by the API.

Joe 'Zonker' Brockmeier wrote this for Linux.com.

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Hardware

Hardware · Total News: 328 · Total Reads: 424008

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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Installing New Disks and Setting Up RAID0 in MegaRAID BIOS on IBM x3620M3 (ericzma)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  How to Find Out Failed Disks? SATA Ports in Linux (ericzma)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  CompactFlash sequel arrives: CFast memory cards (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  The Parallel View (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Open Hardware: What's It All About? (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Nvidia CEO: We have a CPU strategy (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Open Source Hardware Gets Defined (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  10 ways to dodge Linux hardware issues (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Why Did Dell Ship 11.8 Million Computers Employees Knew Were Faulty? (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  SeaMicro Launches an Atom-Powered Cloud Computing Server (tw45admin)
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Installing New Disks and Setting Up RAID0 in MegaRAID BIOS on IBM x3620M3
by: ericzma
2014-02-11 11:30:40

Installing New Disks and Setting Up RAID0 in MegaRAID BIOS on IBM x3620M3 : We have 19 IBM x3620M3 servers which use LSI MegaRAID in our cluster and always find the interface hard to use and need to struggle a lot to install one new disk. Here, I note down the process with screenshots of how to configure the new disks and set up RAID0 in the MegaRAID BIOS for reference by other and myself. It is illustrated with one example by adding a new 2TB hard disk and creating a new RAID0 with the disk only (yes, we do this to expose the raw disk to the Linux OS).

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Hewlett-Packard

Hewlett-Packard · Total News: 43 · Total Reads: 50769

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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  HP confirms WebOS tablet for 2011 (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  HP confirms WebOS tablet (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  HP Wants to Bring webOS to Printers (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Hewlett-Packard Agrees to Buy Palm (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Hewlett-Packard prepared to go against Cisco (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  HP Introduces 10-Rack Portable Data Center (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  HP Sneaks Linux Onto New Laptops (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  HP servers still half-cold to Ubuntu (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  HP's ProCurve Now an Open Source Network Blade (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Linux-based HP Mini Mi ships with command line disabled (tw45admin)
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HP confirms WebOS tablet for 2011
by: tw45admin
2010-08-24 13:32:48

Rumors had previously suggested an early 2011 launch for a WebOS-based tablet. HP acquired Palm earlier this year for $1.2 billion, leading to speculation that the company would use the new assets to make an aggressive play in both the smartphone and tablet spaces. HP announced strong results for the third fiscal quarter of 2010, with net revenues of $30.7 billion. Increased enterprise sales helped drive those numbers, but company executives hinted at a lack of demand in the consumer notebook market. As demonstrated by Apple's robust quarterly results, however, a bestselling tablet device has the ability to add substantially to even a large IT company's bottom line.

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HOWTOs and similar articles

HOWTOs and similar articles · Total News: 2885 · Total Reads: 3937351

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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Turning gnome-terminal to a Pop-up Terminal (ericzma)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Lazy Linux Admins Going to Server Rooms Less: Forced Reboot, Auto Reboot after K (ericzma)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Making GPT Partition Table and Creating Partitions with parted on Linux (ericzma)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  How to change my Linux password (ericzma)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  How to change the fonts of gnome-shell for gnome3 (ericzma)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  How to find broken soft links in a directory? (ericzma)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  How to change the fonts used in Gnome 3? (ericzma)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Rsync with non-standard ssh ports (ericzma)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  How to convert a .docx .doc MS Word file to pdf in command line on Linux (ericzma)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  How to change the window title font family and size in Gnome 3? (ericzma)
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Turning gnome-terminal to a Pop-up Terminal
by: ericzma
2015-02-03 10:25:09

Turning gnome-terminal to a Pop-up Terminal: A pop-up terminal is great and handy on Linux and similar OS. On KDE, Yakuake is great. On Gnome or GTK, I ever tried Guake. It is quite good. However, it has not been as mature, stable and figure-rich as gnome-terminal. One day, I got this idea: why not using a script/program to manage the gnome-terminal and take action upon hotkey hits? The top-down effect is non-important to me. What I want is simple: use a hotkey (like F12) to activate/deactivate the terminal. Continue reading: Turning gnome-terminal to a Pop-up Terminal at Fclose.com.

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IBM

IBM · Total News: 93 · Total Reads: 112358

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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  IBM Adopts Novell's Linux OS for Lotus, Websphere Appliances (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  IBM updates Rational development suite (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Building a Virtual Bridge to Linux Migration (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Why IBM won't Do Desktop Linux (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  IBM slashes Linux mainframe prices to boost declining revenue (tw45admin)
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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  'Racetrack' computer memory could be 100 times faster, cheaper (tw45admin)
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IBM Adopts Novell's Linux OS for Lotus, Websphere Appliances
by: tw45admin
2010-04-22 21:44:49

IBM is turning to technology from Novell to build Linux OS powered software appliances -- a move that aims to deliver easy-to-deploy software for physical, virtual and cloud-based environments in use at small to midsized businesses. The new software appliances deliver solutions for IBM Lotus, Websphere and Cognos software applications. Specifically, IBM will be offering software appliances for the IBM Lotus Foundations collaboration suite as well as the Lotus Protector for Mail Security. IBM's WebSphere Application Server is also benefiting with a software appliance aimed at virtualized environments, while Big Blue is ramping up its analytics offerings with appliances for its Cognos Now! and IBM Smart Analytics Optimizer packages.

Full story at ServerWatch.com.

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Intel

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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Intel to reveal more about new chip generation (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Intel Celeron Dual-Core Linux Performance (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Intel Releases Support For New, Unreleased IGP (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Intel previews next-gen Atom, updates Moblin (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Intel launches low-cost quad-core mobile chip (tw45admin)
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Micron, Intel unveil smaller flash memory product
by: tw45admin
2010-02-02 01:42:45

Intel Corporation and Micron Technology, Inc. today announced the world's first 25-nanometer (nm) NAND technology, which provides a more cost-effective path for increasing storage capacity in such popular consumer gadgets as smartphones, personal music and media players (PMPs), as well as the new high-performance class of solid-state drives (SSDs). NAND flash memory stores data and other media contained in consumer electronics products, retaining information even when the power is turned off. The drive toward smaller NAND processes enables the continued development and introduction of new uses for the technology. Not only is the 25nm process the smallest NAND technology, it is also the smallest semiconductor technology in the world...

More from Idaho local news outlet KTVB.com.

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Internet

Internet · Total News: 49 · Total Reads: 51551

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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Why our Internet2.0 is broken (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Senator Moves To Form Federal "Cyber-Emergency" Agency (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  HTML5 Versus Flash — Is It Really So? (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  CTO says video a key driver in Cisco's strategic decisions (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Scribd: We're Ditching Flash, Betting The Company on HTML5 (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  OpenSSL 1.0.0 Released (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Can Flash Survive HTML5? (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Code Optimizers Can Make View Source Useless (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Opera cuts cord on first open-source baby (tw45admin)
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Why our Internet2.0 is broken
by: tw45admin
2010-09-07 15:45:52

The modern Internet which I'll refer to as Internet2.0 is being seen as a new applications platform. It is no longer a series of "pages" that you click through, it is rather a collection of applications. I just needed this intro in case you still thought of the Internet as pages. So the Internet is now the Operating System, and different web sites (Gmail, Facebook, Twitter...etc) are the new applications if you will. I've got news for you, this Internet2.0 thing, is horribly broken! Here is why. To begin understanding the kind of problems we have to go through using the online systems of today, let us apply the same online mechanisms, to standard old and boring desktop apps. Let's imagine the following workflow, You are 3 friends working on an important report, and you all share your progress online, each person via his blog.

The author at the Foss Boss blog seems a little punctuation challenged (I added a couple of periods at the ends of sentences in the above-referenced quote) but other than that, it's a very interesting article.

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KDE

KDE · Total News: 153 · Total Reads: 179417

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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  No KDE-4 tutorial available on this tutorial-site? (julitu)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  KDE 4 vs. GNOME 3: An Early Comparison (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  KDE 4.5 Desktop Activities brings new meaning to organization (tw45admin)
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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  KDE 4.5: Your new desktop awaits (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Linuxables: Meet Kate, the KDE Text Editor (tw45admin)
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Setting Taping Touchpad As Left Button Click in KDE
by: ericzma
2012-06-28 12:45:43

Setting taping the touchpad as left button click in KDE is introduced in this post: Setting Taping Touchpad As Left Button Click in KDE

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Laws, patents, DRM, etc.

Laws, patents, DRM, etc. · Total News: 38 · Total Reads: 41897

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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Copying is Stealing (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  March 31, 2010: Document Freedom Day (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  When Did We Forget about Big Brother? (tw45admin)
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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Obama enforces trade embargo against open source (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Microsoft Patents Sudo? (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Linux supporters look to head off legal threat from Microsoft (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend   Why Software is not treated fairly (tetris4)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  GIMP to go (L)GPL3 (tw45admin)
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Copying is Stealing
by: tw45admin
2010-07-05 15:23:57

Linux and Free/Open Source software are entirely dependent on copyrights, and some FOSS fans get pretty righteous on the subject, especially for GPL violations. And yet when it comes to music, movies, and books some think the same respect for copyrights doesn't apply, and it's OK to collect copies of works without paying for them. We can hardly criticize the RIAA, MPAA, ASCAP, Sony BMG, and all the other hostile, clueless over-reaching forces of darkness without having clean hands ourselves. Some of the excuses for stealing copyrighted materials are...

Carla Schroder's commentary is at Linux Today.

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Linux

Linux · Total News: 877 · Total Reads: 1216503

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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Controlling Filesystem Mounting on Linux by Playing with /etc/fstab (ericzma)
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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Where are the Linux routing table entries stored on disk? (ericzma)
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Controlling Filesystem Mounting on Linux by Playing with /etc/fstab
by: ericzma
2015-03-26 08:39:37

Controlling Filesystem Mounting on Linux by Playing with /etc/fstab: Controlling the mounting of filesystems is a useful technique for managing Linux systems. The mounting configurations are mostly in the /etc/fstab file. In this post, we will discuss 2 common and useful techniques for controlling the filesystem mounting by playing with the /etc/fstab file: allowing non-root users to mount/unmount filesystems and avoiding mounting failures blocking the booting of Linux. Continue reading: Controlling Filesystem Mounting on Linux by Playing with /etc/fstab at SysTutorials.

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Linux in Business

Linux in Business · Total News: 68 · Total Reads: 80173

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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  How does Linux beat Apple in mobile? (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Fragmenting Linux is not the way to beat Apple (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Nokia and Intel unveil Linux platform MeeGo (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Pandora FMS 3.0 Released! (PandoraFMSfan)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Linux Foundation: Linux job market has grown 80 percent (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Series 60 Remote 0.4.0 Beta 1 Released (tw45admin)
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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Guru Tips For The Linux Road Warrior (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  New version of Symbian nears beta testing (tw45admin)
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How does Linux beat Apple in mobile?
by: tw45admin
2010-06-10 16:15:46

Apple's June 7 launch of the iPhone 4 again raised the computer industry's bar for what a compelling product should be. Among the billion or so Internet-connected devices in use, mobile products shape technology markets the most, and Apple is clearly in the lead. While Microsoft has been relegated to an also-ran in mobile computing, Linux has emerged as the main challenger to Apple. Companies including Nokia, Sony, Samsung, and Panasonic use Linux as the basis of many of their products. Linux underpins Google's Android smartphone operating system and Chrome OS for PCs; Intel and Nokia's MeeGo mobile operating system; and Hewlett-Packard's newly acquired WebOS from Palm.

Full commentary at BusinessWeek.com.

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Mandriva

Mandriva · Total News: 118 · Total Reads: 125419

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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  How To Set Up WebDAV With Apache2 On Mandriva 2010.1 Spring (falko)
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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Mandriva Responds to Mageia (tw45admin)
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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Installing Apache2 With PHP5 And MySQL Support On Mandriva 2010.1 Spring (LAMP) (falko)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Installing Apache2 With PHP5 And MySQL Support On Mandriva 2010.1 Spring (LAMP) (falko)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Linux Distro Review: Mandriva Spring 2010.1 (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  The Perfect Desktop - Mandriva One 2010.1 Spring With GNOME (falko)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  The Perfect Server - Mandriva 2010.1 (Spring) Free (x86_64) [ISPConfig 2] (falko)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Mandriva fights through money woes, releases 2010 Spring (tw45admin)
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How To Set Up WebDAV With Apache2 On Mandriva 2010.1 Spring
by: falko
2011-02-15 21:18:29

This guide explains how to set up WebDAV with Apache2 on a Mandriva 2010.1 Spring server. WebDAV stands for Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning and is a set of extensions to the HTTP protocol that allow users to directly edit files on the Apache server so that they do not need to be downloaded/uploaded via FTP. Of course, WebDAV can also be used to upload and download files.

http://www.howtoforge.com/how-to-set-up-webdav-with-apache2-on-mandriva-2010.1-spring

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Microsoft

Microsoft · Total News: 343 · Total Reads: 383321

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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Internet Explorer gains ground for second month (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Even With All Its Profits, Microsoft Has a Popularity Problem (tw45admin)
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Microsoft is a dying consumer brand
by: tw45admin
2010-10-27 13:43:42

Consumers have turned their backs on Microsoft. A company that once symbolized the future is now living in the past. Microsoft has been late to the game in crucial modern technologies like mobile, search, media, gaming and tablets. It has even fallen behind in Web browsing, a market it once ruled with an iron fist. Outgoing Chief Software Architect Ray Ozzie called out Microsoft's lost ground in a blog post over the weekend. "Our early and clear vision notwithstanding, [competitors'] execution has surpassed our own in mobile experiences, in the seamless fusion of hardware & software & services, and in social networking & myriad new forms of internet-centric social interaction," he said.

Are Ballmer and company headed out to pasture? The article is clearly referring to Apple as the one who has beaten Microsoft in these key areas, but does this also make a space for Linux to occupy? Full story at money.cnn.com.

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Mozilla

Mozilla · Total News: 211 · Total Reads: 214270

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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Women & Mozilla Survey Results (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Mozilla rushes beta fixes in Firefox (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Mozilla fixes Firefox holes, curtails clickjacking (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Top 10 Most useful Web Developers tools for Firefox (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Mozilla Labs experiments with Git (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Firefox add-on blocks malicious search results (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Mozilla to silently update Firefox 4 (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Fresh Candy for Firefox: Tab Candy Makes Tabs Managable (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Firefox Home Syncs Your Faves to Your iPhone (tw45admin)
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Women & Mozilla Survey Results
by: tw45admin
2010-10-29 18:26:56

WoMoz internal survey results and conclusions are now available. The blog post says that the main purpose of the survey was to "... detect areas of improvement related to gender issues in Mozilla and FLOSS communities," but also notes that finding women who are active contributors to Mozilla was a challenge. Only 18 of the 30 women contacted responded to the survey. From these responses, the survey team concluded that many of the women have experience with the Ubuntu project, so reaching out to Ubuntu Women might help attract more contributors. Some of the women who are contributing to Mozilla are doing so as a result of being contacted from somebody already involved with the Mozilla project. Also, "lack of time" seems to hold women back from contributing to Mozilla.

Written by Rikki Kite for Linux Pro Magazine.

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MySQL

MySQL · Total News: 125 · Total Reads: 141828

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How to repair a MySQL table?
by: ericzma
2013-06-03 16:53:57

How to repair a MySQL table?. After a server crash and restarting, MyBB reports a SQL Error as follows:
MyBB SQL Error
MyBB has experienced an internal SQL error and cannot continue.

SQL Error:
145 - Table './mybb/mybb_sessions' is marked as crashed and should be repaired
Query:
SELECT * FROM mybb_sessions WHERE sid='40021925bd0494ea31...' AND ip='x.x.x.x' LIMIT 1
The dababase is MySQL.

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Networking

Networking · Total News: 210 · Total Reads: 336357

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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  How to manage a WiFi connection from the command line (xmodulo)
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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  How to Configure iOS for iPhone and iPad to Use Socks Proxy Created by SSH (ericzma)
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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  US agencies crack down on counterfeit networking hardware (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  IPs Continue To Dwindle (tw45admin)
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How to manage a WiFi connection from the command line
by: xmodulo
2014-09-01 12:21:25

Whenever you install a new Linux distribution on a computer, it is in general recommended that you connect to the internet via a wired connection. There are two main reasons for this: one, your wireless adapter may not have the right driver loaded; second, if you are installing from the command line, managing WiFi is scary. I always tried to avoid dealing with WiFi over the command line. But in the Linux world, there is no place for fear. If you do not know how to do something, that is the only reason you need to go ahead and learn it. Full Story

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Novell

Novell · Total News: 254 · Total Reads: 491579

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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Novell Debuts Linux OS for SAP Apps (tw45admin)
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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Novell looks to solve private cloud vendor lock-in (tw45admin)
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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Novell: 20 chances to reinvent itself (tw45admin)
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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Novell Mono project bringing Silverlight to Apple iPhone (tw45admin)
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Novell Debuts Linux OS for SAP Apps
by: tw45admin
2010-09-24 22:45:58

Novell is expanding its relationship with enterprise software vendor SAP with the release of a new optimized Linux operating system. The SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP offering builds on previous collaborations between Novell and SAP. The new optimized version of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) comes during the same week that Oracle announced its own optimized Linux release for Oracle applications. "SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP Applications is an optimized version of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP 3," Josh Dorfman, Novell's director of global alliances marketing, InternetNews.com. "SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP applications uses the standard SLES 10 Linux kernel, Linux kernel 2.6.16."

The whole story is at ServerWatch.com.

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PHP

PHP · Total News: 171 · Total Reads: 237249

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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  A PHP Function for Fetching RSS Feed and Outputing Feed Items as HTML ? Fc (ericzma)
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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Accelerate web application development using Packt's new Yii PHP framework book (Radha1587)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Create a working architecture for a PHP 5 based framework with Packt's new book (richarddias)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  9 Useful PHP Functions and Features You Need to Know (tw45admin)
Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Use PHP to convert Twitter to RSS (tw45admin)
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A PHP Function for Fetching RSS Feed and Outputing Feed Items as HTML ? Fc
by: ericzma
2015-03-13 11:11:09

A PHP Function for Fetching RSS Feed and Outputing Feed Items as HTML ? Fclose.com: I aggregated all my new posts from several sites into a single RSS feed. Last time I updated my homepage, I came across an idea why not showing these feed items directly on the homepage as HTML content. After some study, I got one single PHP function in my hand that fetches an RSS feed and outputs HTML content in the page. Continue reading: A PHP Function for Fetching RSS Feed and Outputing Feed Items as HTML ? Fclose.com at Fclose.com.

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PHPNuke

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Building Community Web Sites With PHP-Nuke
by: tw45admin
2006-09-20 08:18:56

Building a configurable, flexible and highly interactive community web site from scratch is no mean feat. Get the technical implementation right and you might have a vibrant and active community coalesce around your site. Get it wrong and you’re left with dead web real-estate that’s dressed right but is going nowhere. However, thanks to PHP-Nuke, most of the hard work has been done up front. And, for the would-be community site developer who doesn’t have the time to read manuals, Packt Publishing has even taken the hard work out of figuring what to do post-installation. Although PHP-Nuke supplies the infrastructure code, admin modules and configuration files, there’s still a lot to be done to give a new site some character and personality. What’s more there are users and admins to set up, content to create and manage, patches to apply, code to tweak and extend.

Find out more at RegDeveloper.co.uk

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Red Hat

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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Ksplice Free for Fedora Users (tw45admin)
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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Red Hat Linux and its close relationship with Microsoft?! (tw45admin)
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Installing Fedora 19, Error ?you have not created a bootloader stage1 target dev
by: ericzma
2013-08-21 15:36:16

Installing Fedora 19, Error ?you have not created a bootloader stage1 target device? :
ing Fedora 19, Error ?you have not created a bootloader stage1 target device? .

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Security

Security · Total News: 782 · Total Reads: 1046714

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Prey- An awesome application to track your stolen Laptop and android phone | Lin
by: donadony
2011-01-06 00:00:07

Prey is a lightweight application that will help you track and find your laptop and android phone if it ever gets stolen. It works in all operating systems and not only is it Open Source but also completely free. so basically you install a tiny agent in your PC or phone, which silently waits for a remote signal to wake up and work its magic. Prey Features: - Prey uses either the device's GPS or the nearest WiFi hotspots to triangulate and grab a fix on its location. It's shockingly accurate. - Know your enemy : Take a picture of the thief with your laptop's webcam so you know what he looks like and where he's hiding. Powerful evidence. - Wifi autoconnect If enabled, Prey will attempt to hook onto to the nearest open WiFi hotspot when no Internet connection is found. - Watch their movements : Grab a screenshot of the active session -- if you're lucky you may catch the guy logged into his email or Facebook account! - Scan your hardware : Get a complete list of your PC's CPU, motherboard, RAM, and BIOS information. Works great when used with Active Mode. Installation Complete Story

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SGI

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Site News & Info

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What happened to HTTP authentication?
by: tw45admin
2010-07-29 15:46:20

We enter our usernames and password on pretty much all the sites we commonly visit. Authentication is probably one of the first things you're being taught when starting to work with PHP. For some reason, in 99% of the cases this is done through an HTML form, with the username and password submitted as a urlencoded string. You probably know that HTTP also has native authentication, in the form of Basic and Digest authentication (read my older article if you want to know how). Every browser and pretty much any HTTP client does too. There's some big benefits to that, because it provides a very standardized mechanism to authenticate a client, whether you're a machine or human.

The rest of the blog article and all the reader comments are at rooftopsolutions.nl.

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Slackware

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Read this articlePrinter ready versionE-mail to a friend  Review: GNOME SlackBuild 2.26.3 for Slackware 13.0 (tw45admin)
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Slackware 13.1: A Linux Distro That Gets Out of the Way
by: tw45admin
2010-06-01 18:19:40

Slackware Linux is still going strong. The Slackware Linux Project released Slackware 13.1 on May 24th.This is just a little by shy of the 17th anniversary of Slackware 1.0 and not quite a year after Slackware 13.0. Delve back into yesteryear with me; you're in for a treat. Using Slackware is a little bit like entering a time warp, back to a simpler time when Linux was not being backed by billion-dollar companies. Other distros offer streamlined GUI installers that leave few decisions to the end user. Slackware, on the other hand, provides a very basic installer with text menus that leave most of the decisions up to the user. In fact, when you boot from the Slackware CD or DVD, you'll be told to partition the disk yourself with fdisk or cfdisk and then run setup after partitioning.

Slackware: Old School Linux, courtesy of Linux.com.

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Software

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How to Get Available Filesystem Space on Linux: a C Function with a C++ Example
by: ericzma
2015-08-31 10:35:38

How to Get Available Filesystem Space on Linux: a C Function with a C++ Example: It is common for programs to write to files in filesystems on disks. However, what if the disk was almost full when your program writes to the filesystem on a disk? For systems software and mission critical programs, it is a better or must-to-do practice to check the available filesystem space before actually writing to files. On POSIX OSes, we have the statvfs POSIX API to get filesystem statistics (On Linux, you may use the Linux specific statfs, but POSIX APIs are better for portability). In this post, we will introduce a C function and a C++ example to use the statvfs API to get the available filesystem space. Continue reading: How to Get Available Filesystem Space on Linux: a C Function with a C++ Example at SysTutorials.

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Sun

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OpenIndiana project first screenshots
by: donadony
2010-09-15 21:54:46

OpenIndiana project was launched officially the 14th of September, this project is a brand new distribution of OpenSolaris, constructed by the community, for the community. The primary goal is to be a binary and package openindianacompatible drop in replacement for the official OpenSolaris and forthcoming Solaris 11 and Solaris 11 Express releases.”

I installed Openindiana in My virtual Machine, here are the first screenshots Complete Story

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SUSE Linux

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How To Set Up Apache2 With mod_fcgid And PHP5 On OpenSUSE 12.3
by: falko
2013-06-18 15:44:41

This tutorial describes how you can install Apache2 with mod_fcgid and PHP5 on OpenSUSE 12.3. mod_fcgid is a compatible alternative to the older mod_fastcgi. It lets you execute PHP scripts with the permissions of their owners instead of the Apache user.

http://www.howtoforge.com/how-to-set-up-apache2-with-mod_fcgid-and-php5-on-opensuse-12.3

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tux news

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Russia to invest 4.9 million dollars to develop Linux-based Windows alternative
by: donadony
2010-11-01 12:41:59

MOSCOW — The Russian state plans to revamp its computer services with a Windows rival to reduce its dependence on US giant Microsoft and better monitor computer security, a lawmaker said Wednesday.

Complete Story

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Ubuntu Linux

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Ubuntu 16.04 (Xenial Xerus) Beta Screenshots Tour
by: gg234
2016-05-17 10:22:58

The Ubuntu team is pleased to announce the final beta release of Ubuntu 16.04 LTS Desktop, Server, Cloud, and Core products.Codenamed "Xenial Xerus", 16.04 LTS continues Ubuntu's proud tradition of integrating the latest and greatest open source technologies into a high-quality, easy-to-use Linux distribution. The team has been hard at work through this cycle, introducing new features and fixing bugs. Full Story

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Yellow Dog Linux

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Yellow Dog Linux Installs Neatly on an iPod
by: tw45admin
2006-05-02 11:00:59

Forget bootable USB pendrives and use an iPod to boot Linux on a Mac. The concept's great: what would it be like to have a pocket-size device that I could plug in to just about any Macintosh and by simply rebooting the computer be running a full-blown Linux installation? There are oodles of Linux OSes for Intel architectures, of course, but the Mac, until very recently, has been built around the Motorola architecture, so the number of choices are rather fewer. One of the few Linux OSes for the PowerPC is called Yellow Dog, from Terra Soft Corp., YellowDogLinux.com.

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