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Network & System Monitoring

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  • DStat - resource statistics linux tool

  • Bandwidth Monitor-NG - terminal-based interface bandwidth monitoring tool
  • KNemo - KDE network interface monitoring tool
  • EtherApe - graphical network activity monitoring tool

Wacraft 3 TFT and Battle.net in Ubuntu with Cedega

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El Bloguenn: Here we go again, today's topic: Install Warcraft 3 with TFT in Ubuntu using Cedega. I'm a great Dota fan, and I had to restart my computer everytime I wanted to play, so I installed it in my Ubuntu, and it works great!

Also: Kiba-Dock in Ubuntu
And: Mp3Blaster, Console Player for Linux

Ubuntu + mpd + Jinzora + Hi-Fi == ACE

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The Temple of Bague: I have a decrepit old PC that I need to find a job for and we have a very good and very expensive hi-fi seperates system going to waste. So here’s the solution.

Using pipes as serial port for VirtualBox

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blino's mandriva blog: While trying to reproduce and debug UnionFS bugs with VirtualBox, I needed to extract a copy of the call traces. Screenshots are not easily usable, so I tried the "serial ports" feature of VirtualBox.

Bash scripting code structure

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mr-open-source: Bash scripts are a powerful tool used by linux/unix adminstrators. When developing scripts a good code structure is invaluable to a seasoned administrator. This article will show how to write an apache webserver log rotation script and hopefully give you a solid structural foundation to start writing your own bash scripts.

Howto Set Flickr images as Ubuntu desktop wallpaper

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ubuntu geek: Webilder delivers stunning wallpapers to your Linux desktop, directly from Flickr and Webshots. You choose what keywords (tags) to watch for, and photos are automatically downloaded to your computer.

Some Howtos

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  • Finding File Hard Links

  • Windows Mobile 5 device as a bluetooth modem for the Nokia N800
  • Beauty of Math using Linux
  • Speed up your Linux HDD
  • How to create a GNU/Linux live USB stick with SLAX

Loop-based Music Composition With Linux, Pt. 1

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Linux Journal: Loop-based music composition is the practice of sequencing audio samples to create the various parts of a musical work. This two-part article will explore some of the techniques and software used for composing music with audio loops. We'll look at some well-known Linux audio applications that include powerful tools for loop manipulation, and I'll also introduce some utilities specifically designed to help you create and edit your own seamless loops.

UNIX Pipes, Streams and Redirections Explained

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polishlinux: This is the third article in the “CLI tricks” series. This time we are going to cover UNIX-specific pipes, streams and redirections, explaining what they are for and how they can help us in every day console tasks.

Embed a terminal in your Ubuntu desktop

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tectonic: Admit it. You enjoy using the command line in Linux. You only have a graphical interface so people in the office don't look at you strangely. So why not embed a terminal window into the Gnome desktop and have a soothing desktop picture and the power of the command line all at once?

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