- How to Enable and Disable Ubuntu Root Password
- Installing Linux over the network
- How to run html2image linux on Ubuntu64
- Apache Tip: Enable server-status to View Activity in Real-Time
- Linux sudo Configuration
- umask: create new files with specified file mode
- It is about Time ... a process
- Mount an iso image as a CD
- FreeBSD ldconfig
- Playing Music & Not Getting Sound in Flash?
- Howto: Create ISO File From CD/DVD in Ubuntu Gutsy
- Useful Linux Terminal Commands for New Users
- mplayer and internet radio streams
- LDAP: troubleshooting “I have no name!”
- Bio-Linux - Bioinformatics Tools for Linux
- Patching and Building The VT6655 Driver On Ubuntu 7.10
- Are You Keeping Your Ubuntu Linux PC Secure?
- Gentoo and Sony Vaio VGN-FZ180E - part 3: Connectivity with Bluetooth
- Turn your Ubuntu box into a simple router
freesoftwaremagazine.com: I recently re-read the article how to hate free software in 3 easy steps by Steven Goodwin. I’m no programmer, but then I’ve also installed a few distributions myself. And frankly, I have trouble relating to that post.
In this article I will describe how you can monitor multiple systems with munin. munin produces nifty little graphics about nearly every aspect of your server (load average, memory usage, CPU usage, MySQL throughput, eth0 traffic, etc.) without much configuration.
linuxplanet.com: Last week we learned how to configure soundcards for playback with ALSA. It's easy, it works on all Linuxes, it doesn't create conflicts or introduce latency, and it doesn't require the X Window System. Today we're going to use ALSA for recording, and learn how to test our sound system.
- Protecting filesystems and swap space with Cryptmount
- OOo: borders around pieces of text without frames
- chrt command: Real Time Attributes of a Linux Process
- HowTo: Automatically Change your Fedora Desktop Wallpaper
- Share a Dial Up Internet Connection
- Multiboot a mixture of Linux and Microsoft
- Gentoo and Sony Vaio VGN-FZ180E - part 1: Sound
- Gentoo and Sony Vaio VGN-FZ180E - part 2: Video
- Easily Use Cron to Backup Thunderbird eMail in Ubuntu Linux
- Lighttpd Webserver setup with php5 and Mysql support
- How to Split lighttpd Logs With vlogger in Debian Etch
- How To Install Gnome-Do Plugins
- Photoshop in Ubuntu
- Put Your Best Chat Buddies on Your Panel
- Remap Caps Lock key for virtual console windows
- SSH Tunnel
- Test Hardy Heron using Virtual Box
- HOWTO: Optimize Your Eee PC Screen Real Estate
- Creating Your Own Linux RPM's - The Initial Software Build
- Beginning Your Spec File For Building Linux RPM's
- How to set default session timeout in Linux
- Archive files in both Windows and Linux using PeaZip
- phpMyBackupPro: No simpler backup for MySQL
- List Open Files for Process
- How to check your video card
- Rescue an encrypted LUKS LVM volume
- Thunderbird Has Lost my eMail in Ubuntu
- How-to Install Nexuiz 2.4
- Using Google Gears on Linux
- Monitoring Realtime network interface Using Slurm
- Patching debian packages
- AstroMenace: A 3D space shooter game
- ACPI S2 vs. Gentoo vs. Vaio TZ11
linux.com: When you want to customize the look and feel of your Linux desktop environment, you can find many resources for altering window managers and interface widgets, but working with icons has always been more of an issue. Now you can get help with icons from a new program called Tango Generator.
The Domain Name System (DNS) is the service that converts hostnames and domain details into the IP addresses required for application to communicate. This article looks at the basics of DNS setup, how servers and requests are distributed, and exchanged and how to set up and keep a DNS environment running smoothly.
softpedia.com: Many people asked about that very nice Ubuntu theme, which is actually a mockup, and they wanted to have such a beauty on their desktops. Therefore, this guide will teach you how to create your own "sexylicious" Ubuntu desktop! In other words, we will pimp your desktop and change its looks: