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Install Avant Window Navigator (AWN) in Ubuntu Linux

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linuxhelp.blogspot: AWN - short for Avant Window Navigator is a dock like bar which sits at the bottom of the screen. It provides similar effects as the Dock in Mac OSX Leopard.

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  • Linux Tip No. 18: Restart Network Service
  • Configuring Xen HA with Heartbeat for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server
  • Dawn of War on Linux (How-to guide)
  • KDE-Improve Your Lock Screen Button!

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  • Free POP3 and SMTP Access to Yahoo! Mail with YPOPs! v0.9.5.1

  • Python: Manipulate Date and Time Variables
  • firefox trick and recovery help
  • HowTo Boot an ISO From the Local HDD Using the Current GRUB
  • Converting PDFs into Image Files
  • Using ndiswrapper in Ubuntu 7.10 Gutsy Gibbon to configure Atheros AR5006EG
  • How to Performance Test a Heron
  • Got my wireless working in Linux 2.6.24
  • Installing VirtualBox On Slackware

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  • Howto: Setup a Software Firewall in Linux using Firestarter

  • Install Firefox 3 Beta 3 on Ubuntu 7.10
  • Change GTK style in KDE 4 with Gtk-kde4
  • How to setup SAMBA for UBUNTU 7.10
  • Install Compiz & Compiz Fusion plugins
  • Mounting Gmail with gmailfs on Ubuntu 7.10, without being root

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  • Open RAR Archives in Ubuntu

  • FileZilla - FTP Client Software
  • Backing up my laptop
  • Using MySQL as a filesystem
  • Install firefox 3 beta 3 on ubuntu
  • Encrypting and decrypting files with GnuPG

Discover the possibilities of the /proc folder

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linux.com: The /proc directory is a strange beast. It doesn't really exist, yet you can explore it. Its zero-length files are neither binary nor text, yet you can examine and display them. By studying the /proc directory, you can learn how Linux commands work, and you can even do some administrative tasks.

How To Configure Remote Access To Your Ubuntu Desktop

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This guide explains how you can enable a remote desktop on an Ubuntu desktop so that you can access and control it remotely.

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  • Howto: Screen

  • Resizing the slides in OpenOffice Impress Handouts
  • Linux Tip No. 17: Enable/Disable interface
  • Gnome Panel Font Color Part Deux
  • How to Install Vector Linux 5.9 Gold
  • How to use shared object rules in Snort
  • Installing and Configuring GNUMP3d, The Streaming MP3/OGG Server
  • A Shortcut for Creating Shortcuts
  • How to Gain Root Access
  • Setting up mod_rewrite in Ubuntu 7.10 Gutsy Gibon
  • Quick’n'dirty undelete pictures from memory card howto
  • Increase PHP memory limit

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  • Mldonkey and conky

  • fast installation of apc php optimizer/cache on Debian / Ubuntu
  • Connect from Linux machine to VPN with proprietary Windows Client
  • Format of /etc/fstab file in Linux
  • Getting Java working on Ubuntu 8.04 Development Branch

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  • Scripting Scribus

  • Make Your Extensions Work with the Firefox 3 Beta
  • Installing Opera 9.25 on RHEL 4
  • Viewing CHM files in Linux
  • ThinkPad X61 Tablet Automatic Screen Rotation Under Linux
  • 10 Things You Should Secure on Your Linux Server
  • Changing Gnome Panel Font Color
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