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important bash commands for system administration

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Terminal is the power tool that every linux user may have to come in contact even once in their computer life. Here is a post about controlling and managing your system using the gnome terminal.

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How to recover Grub 2 in Ubuntu

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this a post describes about recovering the grub 2. This problem usually happens when some other operating system on its installation overwrite the MBR..

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How to install PC-BSD on an encrypted ZFS file system

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As a desktop distribution built atop FreeBSD, PC-BSD makes available to the desktop user all the cool technologies inside FreeBSD. One of those cool technologies is ZFS, the Zettabyte File System, a file system developed by Sun Microsystems (acquired by Oracle Corporation) for the Solaris operating system. ZFS has no parallel in the Linux/BSD world.

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The Cloud Server for Linux Training

http://spidertools.com

I wreck servers on a regular basis. Yep, I build and wreck multiple servers every day. As a Linux trainer I am always demonstrating how to build Linux servers in class and then blowing them away. Did it today, built an Ubuntu 10.04 server with Postfix and added the UFW firewall settings, mutt, changed the DNS to get mail going and even, made an image of that server and blew it all away.

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Chakra Linux 0.2.0 Screenshots

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This recent release of Chakra Linux, codenamed ‘Jaz’, provides users with many new features. Chakra 0.2.0 features the Linux kernel 2.6.33.7 with LZMA support, KDE SC 4.4.5, X.Org 1.7.7, access to 5670 software packages, a new cinstall multi-tool for creating and managing bundles and packages and many other enhancements.

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PostfixAdmin and Fetchmail

http://postfixmail.com

Have you ever wanted to move mail from an old account to a new account? This tutorial will show you how to use fetchmail with PostfixAdmin.

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Puppy 5.1 “Lucid Puppy” Review

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The most recent release of Puppy Linux, version 5.1 “Lucid Puppy” includes some significant changes such as binary compatibility with the Ubuntu 10.04 packages, easier package installation with Quickpet and Puppy Package Manager, a new Simple Network Setup utility and more. I dove into Puppy 5.1 over the weekend, took some screenshots, and made a video showing a few of Lucid Puppy's features.

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The Beauty of LATEX

http://nitens.org

There are several reasons why one should prefer LATEX to a WYSIWYG word processor like Microsoft Word: portability, lightness, security are just a few of them (not to mention that LATEX is free).

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Linux is political!

http://www.idreamoflinux.com

People not only use Linux because it has some great features. They use it as a political statement against big software companies that limit and restrict the end user.

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Why Lisp is a natural way to deal with XML

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"...That verbosity brings to mind the common complaint about XML, which is that it’s really Lisp syntax with angle brackets and a bunch of stuff inside them. Consequently Lisp is a natural way to deal with XML.

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Setup your environment to develop Erlang programs on GNU Systems

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"Erlang is great platform, however, if you want to develop Erlang programs, the best development environment is probably Emacs at this point..."

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How To Enable The Ctrl-Alt-Backspace Combo In KDE 4

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The Ctrl+Alt+Backspace combo, which allowed killing the X server is now disabled by default in many major Linux distributions. Here's how to enable it in KDE.

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MeeGo for IVI 1.0 Features and Screenshots

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After reading about the latest release from MeeGo and how it's designed for In-Vehicle Infotainment systems, I couldn't help download MeeGo for IVI V1.0, take some screenshots, and share some of my thoughts on the features of this new version.

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Sabayon 5.3 LXDE Screenshots

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I recently tried the new Sabayon 5.3 LXDE release and found it to be lightweight yet still hold up Sabayon’s feature packed, out-of-the-box way of doing things.

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[Howto] Debian preseed with Netboot

http://blog.credativ.com

The vast majority of Debian installations are simplified with the use of Preseeding and Netboot. Friedrich Weber, a school student on a work experience placement with us at our German office has observed the process and captured it in a Howto here:

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