Howto for Bash

Bash scripting is one of the best ways to fully unlock the power of a unix/linux computer. Bash scripting gives you the opportunity to combine many commands into one script and even allows for some programming. Below is a collection of the very best Bash Scripting Tutorials on the net. 1. LinuxConfig.org Bash Script Tutorial […]

Mozilla Firefox 7 Final

Reviewing the mozilla ftp servers, I found the final version of firefox 7, in this version is reduced by up to 60% memory consumption, being that the navigation is smooth. This version also brings improved performance as Direct2D Azure, in which the HTML5 work better, improved synchronization service, Firefox Sync, which also accelerates the process […]

New Ubuntu 11.04 is similar to the philosophy of MacOSX

I was writing and capturing screens when I decided to find notes on Youtube. So you better watch this video.

Enabling and disabling services during start up in Linux

In any Linux distribution, some services are enabled to start at boot up by default. For example, on my machine, I have pcmcia, cron daemon, postfix mail transport agent … just to name a few, which start during boot up. Usually, it is prudent to disable all services that are not needed as they are […]

10 Tips to reinstall software on linux

Installing software in Linux is nothing like it used to be, but there are still some pitfalls to watch out for. If you follow this little guide, your Linux life will be made simpler and safer. #1: Installing from source when your system is primarily an .rpm or .deb system Many new Linux users don’t […]

The 20 best Linux websites

have compiled a list with the most useful websites about Linux (the distro specific sites are not included). They are great resources you can learn from or to find answer to your linux questions. These should be in any linux user bookmarks, so go ahead and look through these links and bookmark your favorite ones: […]

Getting around Windows Activation when Virtualizing

Scroll down to Setting up Automatic Activation to see the process if you are not interested in the background. Background When I first setup my VMware Server to run an existing Windows Install from a physical partition, I was asked to reactivate Windows XP before I could use it as a guest OS. All this […]

The Open Source

The traditional business model for companies is to create a product and/or provide a service to customers in order to receive payment and hopefully exceed operational costs to generate a profit. However, what happens when you are not creating a product or service, but instead ideas? How do you make a profit? How can you […]

Best Free Linux Book: Ubuntu Pocket Guide and Reference

Website www.ubuntupocketguide.com Author Keir Thomas Format PDF Pages 152 This book is a concise companion for everyday Ubuntu use. It provides a good grounding in getting to grips with the Ubuntu 8.04 and 8.10 distributions. Topics covered include: Installing & Configuring Ubuntu Learning how to use the desktop covering logging in, layout, virtual desktops, and […]