This document describes how to set up, configure and use TimeVault on Ubuntu 7.10. The resulting system provides a powerful backup system for desktop usage. TimeVault is a simple front-end for making snapshots of a set of directories.
- How to install KDE 4 RC 2 on Ubuntu 7.10 (screenshot tour)
- One click monitor power-down for Linux
- Enhancing cluster quorum with QDisk
- Short Tip: Add Plasma widgets to the panel in KDE 4
- HowTo: Rename Multiple Files Without A Script
- Create an MP3 file server using Amarok and ObsidianMusic
- How to Install Vmware Server in Ubuntu 7.10 (Gutsy Gibbon)
- Monitor Multiple Logs in a Single Shell with MultiTail for Linux
- Creating Snort Rules with EnGarde
- Split and Merge PDF Documents with pdfsam
- HowTo: KDocker/AllTray - System Tray Docking (Fedora)
- Mobile phone management under Linux
- How to turn your spreadsheet into a database for mail merges in OpenOffice
- How To Install KDE 4 RC 2 in Ubuntu
- using a guardian to ensure your lamp site is always up
- Installing Video Driver and Compiz for ATi Radeon Xpress 1100 on Ubuntu 7.10 and Fedora 8
- How to install Adobe PDF Reader 8.1.1 with Plug-in for Mozilla Firefox in Gutsy Gibbon
- OOo: Undocking the Gallery
- How do I find out Linux Disk utilization?
- Backing up and restoring partitions with partimage
- Filter for unwanted mail and mailing lists with procmail
- How can I view man or info pages in the GNOME and KDE graphical environments?
- Pidgin and OpenSuSE 10.2
- Track projects and time the easy way with jWorkSheet
- Tilda - A Quake-Style Terminal for GNOME
This document describes how to set up a CentOS 5.1 desktop. It provides all you need for daily work and entertainment, incl. multimedia codecs, Adobe Flash, Adobe Reader, Skype, TrueType fonts, VMware Server, ntfs-3g, Sun Java, and many more.
- Test Your Wireless Network Security with aircrack-ng
- Howto: Upload your External IP while behind a router
- Controlling Firefox Headers and Footers
- Sharing Files Between Ubuntu Host and Virtual Machines
- Making Mac OS X play nicely with Novell
linuxondesktop.blogspot: MAC OS has been traditionally known for their impressive graphical interface and stability. Now even though i have been an avid Linux follower over the past 9 years I have been using Linux, still i find my self attracted to MAC OS. In this tutorial i describe step by step how to make your ubuntu desktop look more like MAC OS X Leopard.
tipoftheday: Sometimes, you just need to break through a troublesome gateway. Or perhaps you need to test a connection from a remote location. If you’re like most geeks, though, there’s already ample reason to do any of this — because you can.
- Ubuntu Guide For Windows Users: How To Play MP3 Audio Files
- Configuring Airtel Beetel 220BX in Ubuntu
- HTTrack: Website crawler / copier