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  • Reset root Password in Fedora

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  • GCC compatibility in Fedora
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  • E17 and fake transparency
  • How to: Install Ubuntu packages with HTML link
  • Network Printing on Linux – How to configure your CUPS server
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  • Memory usage on Ubuntu, Install nmon on ubuntu
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Having a Hardy day - Ten steps helping you not to have a hard time upgrading

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screenage.de: So just before the first beta I finally updated my production machine to Hardy after feeling bad about not giving enough effort in testing for the last weeks. In one short sentence: It worked! In a longer sentence: It worked quite well, but…

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  • Linux Tip of the Day - cat a binary file, oops!

  • Usage of Split command in Linux
  • Post to Twitter from the Terminal Window

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  • Calculate big using bc
  • Creating a Linux Terminal Media Server for Your Home PC’s
  • Creating Encrypted USB Drives with TrueCrypt
  • Howto Install Phatch cross-platform GUI Photo Batch Processor
  • PIC Programming with Linux
  • Set up a TFTP server for easy network boots and firmware upgrades
  • Tip: Installing the Proprietary Nvidia Drivers on Mandriva

Encrypt volumes through a cross-platform GUI with TrueCrypt 5.0

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linux.com: Last month the TrueCrypt Foundation released TrueCrypt 5.0, which finally introduces a Linux GUI for the cross-platform encryption application. TrueCrypt 5.0's numerous other enhancements include a Mac OS X port, XTS operation mode, the ability to encrypt a system partition or drive under Windows, and the addition of the SHA-512 hash algorithm.

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  • Prevent Accidental Deletion with rm -rf *
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  • How To Install KDE4 on Fedora 8
  • Debian / Ubuntu Linux Find Out What Package Provides a File
  • Speed Up Your System With Preload On Fedora 8
  • HOWTO recover deleted files on an ext3 file system

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  • HowTo: Convert First Letter of Dir Folder to Uppercase
  • Creating the debian-sys-maint MySQL account on a Debian or Ubuntu system
  • Reading compressed Files

Getting the login right: moving from xdm to gdm or kdm

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freesoftwaremagazine.com: For years now, I have been clinging to xdm as my display manager; years ago, I spent several days tweaking the configuration files of xbanner and xdm to get it to look “just so”, and I didn’t want to change it. But no more! I decided to spend a little time trying to get each display manager to look “right” with my original login screen design.

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