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How Linux is built
No tech knowledge required, just an introduction to the Linux operating system in plain English. Nevertheless impressive how the Linux…
To wrap this year, I’ve collected 50 UNIX / Linux sysadmin related tutorials that we’ve posted so far. This is lot of reading. Bookmark this article for your future reference and read it whenever you get free time.
An important website has gone down, and sooner or later, heads will turn to the Web development corner of the office, where you are sitting quietly, minding your own business, regretting that you ever mentioned “Linux” on your CV. You…
While Windows and OS X are only natively compatible with one or two file system, Linux gives you an almost overwhelming list of compatible filesystems when you install it. The How-To Geek shows us which filesystems work best for your…
But which is the best Linux web browser of all?
Running multiple operating systems side-by-side gives you the chance to test applications, run platform-specific software, and tons more without ever rebooting. It's also extremely cool. Here's how to run Windows, Mac, and Linux simultaneously and pain-free as possible.
Command line tools for the Google Data APIs
Jolicloud is not a traditional OS. It was built for netbook users to leverage the Cloud and make their life easier.
Boxee is the best way to enjoy entertainment from the Internet and computer on your TV
Quick Reference Cards
Windows 7 and Ubuntu, despite their opposing missions, can get along like best pals on a single computer. Here's how to set up a dual boot system that lets you enjoy the best of both worlds in perfect harmony.
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