- Encrypt your /home this Christmas: part three
- Tech Tip: Keyword Search in Firefox
- A Couple of GDB Tricks
- How to edit your GRUB settings with QGRUBEditor
- Mounting Samba Shares
- Yet another guide for Compiz - ATI - Ubuntu Gutsy
- Upload Images to Flickr and Picasaweb from GIMP with Publishr
- How to get YouTube working in Ubuntu 7.10
- Nagios Network Monitoring System Setup in Ubuntu
- Monitoring Servers,Network Devices with Opmanager
- Configuring Linux using a GUI
This document describes how to install a Postfix mail server that is based on virtual users and domains, i.e. users and domains that are in a MySQL database.
- Using a Bluetooth phone with Linux
- Encrypt A File with GPG
- Schedule And Automate tasks in Ubuntu
- OOo: Doing page numbers with alternating pagination
- Securing your VNC connection using SSH
- Filter mail with powerful procmail
- Create a Search Bar for Epiphany
- Backing up a MySQL Database Using Cron
- How To: Automate SSH Sessions Without Passwords
- HowTo Backup and Restore Partitions Using CloneZilla or Partimage
- Real world Linux programming
- HowTo: Install 113 Amazing Fedora Games, Parts 2-8
- Quickzi: Keep mounted drives off the Ubuntu Desktop
phorolinux.com: Google has released Picasa 2.7 Beta for Linux. This HOWTO shows how you can install Picasa 2.7 Beta on Ubuntu 7.10 Gutsy Gibbon.
limulus.wordpress: The only real problem he had was watching a DVD. When you pop it into the drive in Ubuntu, Totem (the default media player) gives a rather unhelpful error message. OK, so how do we fix this?
computerworld.com: One of the hottest new technologies for servers is virtualization, which allows you to install multiple instances of one or more operating systems on one machine. This is ideal especially for servers with a low average load because, instead of configuring a separate physical box for every single instance of an operating system you need, you just run multiple instances of one or more operating systems on one machine. Unfortunately, it’s a jungle out there.
blogs.howtogeek.com: One of the things that has annoyed me most about GNOME as I've played with it lately is the lack of a clipboard manager comparable to Klipper on KDE. However, as I was looking for a package in Synaptic, I managed to come across a program that does the job quite well: Glipper.
sampletheweb.com: I’ve been combing over various guides and instructions online for installing Ubuntu on the Asus Eee PCmahalo, and I ran into a few kinks along the way since I don’t have a USB CD-ROM to install from and opted for a USB flash drive instead.
- Short Tip: Use bluetooth mobile phone as a mouse/pointer
- Easy TrueCrypt Handling Trough EasyCrypt
- Xubuntu + Compiz = Pretty pretty Xubuntu
- How to Enable or Disable Login Messages
- Update BIOS of Dell laptop with Ubuntu
- Video - installing Mplayer and the binary codecs