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Raid Importance in Linux
by Mahendra. Raid stands for Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disk. It combines multiple small disks into a single logical store unit. Its performance is more than that of Single Large expensive drive (SLED). For Raid MTBF of Array = MTBF of individual drive/ Tot...
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Sunâ„¢ Solaris® 10.0
by Juan Carlos Claros Guzman. En 1982, cuatro hombres visionarios fundaron SUN™ Microsystems, Inc.[1] En esos tiempos, multitud de empresas (Xerox, Apollo, Computervision) producían estaciones de trabajo a medida. El gran acierto de la nueva empresa fue adaptar component...
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How to Configure a Linux Ntp Server
by David Evans. Network Time Protocol (NTP) provides algorithms and defines messages for the synchronisation of time clients to an accurate time reference. This article discusses how to configure a Linux NTP Time Server to synchronise time with an Internet based pub...
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Ubuntu Introduction Guide for First Time Users
by Pranav Bhat. Ubuntu Post installation IntroductionzSo, you are reading this because probably you have installed ubuntu right and now you need to know about the system and how it works and how can you optimize the system for better efficiency, for better look and ...
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Switching to Linux: Why Dual-booting is Best
by Dan R. With the user-friendly Linux distribution Ubuntu gaining popularity at an astounding rate, you may be considering making the move from Windows to Linux. If you are, then you will have wondered how you will work and play without the applications and g...
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Guide to Installing and Finding Ubuntu Applications
by Mary Riley. The best thing and the worst thing about moving to a brand new operating system is all of the new applications that are immediately available to you. With Ubuntu, an open-source GNU/Linux based operating system, this is compounded even more by the a...
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Linux Vs Bsd
by Juraj Sipos. What is a BSD Unix?BSD family of Unix systems is based upon the source code of real Unix developed in Bell Labs, which was later purchased by the University of California - "Berkeley Software Distribution". The contemporary BSD systems stand on the s...
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Pros and Cons of Linux. is it Right for your Business?
by MemberSpeed, Inc.. What is Linux? Linux is an operating system, like Microsoft Windows, MacOS, or Unix. It was created as a hobby by Linus Torvalds, a student at the University of Helsinki in Finland. What most people don't know about Linux is that its source code i...
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Knoppix Configurations
by Ayush Nigam. Network Con?gurationUnder the Network/Internet menu, you will find scripts toautomate the configuration of many different kinds of net-work connections. By default, Knoppix will attempt to detectany Ethernet or wireless cards on the system and will o...
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Ubuntu 8.04 Hardy Heron Lts Release
by Andrew Weber. Ubuntu 8.04 Hardy Heron Articles on all of these features cal be found atBeginLinux.com After continued success with Ubuntu 7.10 Gutsy Gibbon, the new Ubuntu 8.04 Hardy Heron Linux desktop is sure to make big waves in the Linux distribution pool. As...
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The Origin of Linux Distribution
by David Shaffer. "Linux Distribution" or call briefly that is "Linux Distro" which born from the requirement Distribute Linux Operating System go to the favor extensively. The "Distribution" word is the extensively meaning there is appear in every the society, there...
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What is Linux?
by Sandra Prior. Linux - the operating system for a GNU (pronounced Gnew) generation. It has been dubbed the alternative to Microsoft, the solution to all life's problems and many other things that may or may not be true. But what is Linux, and should you care?To ans...
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Dual Boot Windows and Linux: Single and Multiple Hard Drives
. The internet is full of technical articles, many of which are way too complicated for the average computer user who just wants to solve a simple problem. If you pay close attention, the internet is also a place where the “gurus” spend a lot of ti...
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Installing Nessus 2.0 on SuSE 9.0 Pro with KDE 3.1
by Lew Newlin. Installing Nessus 2.0 on SuSE 9.0 Pro with KDE 3.1The following is a simple how-to guide for installing the Nessus vulnerability scanner, server daemon, and client on SuSE Linux. The instructions do not include in depth explanations as it is assumed ...
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History of Linux
by Ragib Hasan. History of Linux by Ragib Hasan(Copyright: Ragib Hasan 2000)Table of Contents a. In The Beginning b. New Baby in the horizon c. Confrontation and development d. Some Linux Cookies e. Ackknowledgmentsa. In The BeginningIt was 1991, and the ruthle...
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Linux Display Settings
by Stephen Bucaro. Linux uses a free version of the X Window System calledXfree86 to control your display. Xfree86 supports VGA,Super VGA, and some accelerated video adapters. If youhave a new video card, or new motherboard with on-boardvideo, you may want to download ...
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The Linux File System
by Stephen Bucaro. -----------------------------------------------------------Permission is granted for the below article to forward,reprint, distribute, use for ezine, newsletter, website,offer as free bonus or part of a product for sale as longas no changes are made ...
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Setting Up a Linux Modem
by Stephen Bucaro. ----------------------------------------------------------Permission is granted for the below article to forward,reprint, distribute, use for ezine, newsletter, website,offer as free bonus or part of a product for sale as longas no changes are made a...
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Linux Runlevels
by Vinu Thomas. Linux systems today generally use eight runlevels. Runlevelsdefine what services or processes should be running on thesystem. The init process can run the system in one of eightrunlevels. The system runs only one of the eight runlevelsat a time. The ...
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Automating Tasks in Linux using Cron
by Vinu Thomas. Linux has a powerful task scheduler called Cron. Cron will allow you to run commands automatically at times specified by you. Cron is similar to the task scheduler you find in Windows. To keep track of the schedules and tasks it has to run, Cron requ...
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WILIBOX-Embedded Linux Platform - IEEE 802.11 AP, STA Modes
by Evaldas Darcianovas. Kaunas, Lithuania (OPENPRESS) October 18, 2005 -- WILIBOX, embedded Linux and IEEE 802.11 specialists released innovative embedded Linux software platform – WILI including industry’s first 802.11 stack supporting multiple BSSID (Virtual AP) and m...
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Linux , Linux Free ? Freely Available ? Confused Enough ?
by Maxwell Rubins. Many new Linux users are confused by the terms bantered around – Free, Freely Available, Commercial Distributions and Shareware. The confusion comes primarily from the description and terms “Freely Available “and “Free’ and their distinctio...
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The year of Linux
by Kathy James. For the majority of life events, there are no dramatic turning points that initiate radical changes. Most things are evolutionary, especially Linux and the whole Free/Open Source software world. Coding and running computer systems are just plain old ...
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Configuring NTP on your Linux Server
by Dave Evans. The Network Time Protocol (NTP) defines a set of algorithms for the dissemination of time across the Internet. The NTP protocol can be used to synchronise the system time on your Linux Server with a highly accurate Internet time reference.This articl...
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Linux Training - Linux Installation - Run Linux in Windows
by Clyde Boom. A Linux virtual machine is a complete new Linux distribution, including the Linux OS (operating system) and Linux software programs, that has been compressed into a single Linux download file.All you need to do is download and install the free Linux ...
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