- HowtoForge - Linux Howtos and Tutorials
HowtoForge is the source for Linux tutorials. Publish your howtos on HowtoForge. HowtoForge provides free hosting for Linux tutorials and discussion forums for everything related to Linux.
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- " "Classic" menu option does not exist in Window" Yes it does, but MS denies it!
There has been much backlash about Windows 7 beta and the complete lack of a "Classic" Start Menu. In just about every single forum or blog about Windows 7, there is one topic that is a much debated one, and has frequently resulted in flaming wars. On the one hand, you have users who are very happy with the new style start menu, boasting the "search" ability, and not having a huge pop-out of a directory tree, and in their eyes, making it "better". Most of this is due to people who would rather type (yes, type...) in the "search.." panel to find their programs. Some others also approve of the "all programs" being listed in the size constrained panel on the left in the start menu. Sure, that is fine and all for some (and obviously ideal for "touch" monit
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- *nix hacks
Ubuntu LVM on Software RAID
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- ACLs on Samba « Junji’s Blog Site
How to set up access control lists (ACLs) on a Linux Samba server to work with Windows.
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- Basic MySQL configuration
An introduction to MySQL
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- Build your own diversity controller! - RC Groups
Ever since I discovered that most RF electronics have an RSSI (relative signal strength) pin on them I have been finding different ways to use it to my advantage. In this case I can use them to make a diversity system for a fraction of the cost of a conventional diversity controller. Sure this requires a little more work than simply buying a diversity controller, but my controller uses less power and also allows me to power my entire base station from a single battery. Even my video glasses and recorder can be powered straight from this controller! I even put a voltage monitor on it. Now more worrying about charging multiple batteries and worrying about any one going dead.
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- Creating Suse custom init scripts
How to create /etc/init.d startup scripts on SuSE Linux
Linux uses init scripts to start and stop the daemons on a system. Learn how to create these init scripts for any daemons you wish to run.
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- DOS Bootable USB flash drive - how I did it : Perley's Pontificating Place
There are 2 things you need in order to make an USB flash drive boot into DOS. The first is a boot sector, and the second are the DOS boot files. Below are the steps I used to get these onto a USB flash drive, making it possible to boot into DOS from the USB flash drive. The following steps where all done in Microsoft Windows XP in a VMware virtual machine. They should work with most other versions of MS Windows. I successfully used these steps on an USB flash drive I got at Immersion Week 2008 for use in a ZFS demo (Identifies itself as CBM). YMMV depending on USB flash drive model and manufacturer. These steps are based off of the very useful information at BootDisk.com.
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- Garmin Nuvi GPS Tricks, Tips, Work Arounds, Hints, Secrets and Ideas
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- Getting NVidia audio to work in Ubuntu Linux
Nvidia nForce SoundStorm APU: Digital output, Surround and Hardware mixing - Ubuntu Forums
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- Getting Realtek 8169 driver working on Linux
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- Getting started with SSH - Kimmo Suominen
The following sections hope to provide enough information to setup a user new to ssh with the appropriate files necessary for accessing remote hosts in a secure manner.
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- How to format a USB memory key
If you do not have a floppy disk drive, you may want to create a bootable USB memory key which will allow you to boot into a pure DOS environment. This can be very useful if you want to flash your BIOS. Here is a step by step procedure on how to perform this operation. Uses the HP USB Disk Format Tool.
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- How To Install and Configure DVBLink Server Network Pack v3.01 - Using Windows Home Server
In another of our How To…. series we look at how to install and configure v3.01 of DVBLink Server Network Pack. We recently published the How To article on DVBLink Server and TVSource: http://usingwindowshomeserver.com/2010/06/22/how-to-install-and-configure-dvblink-server-and-tvsource-v3-01/ and now it’s the next step – the Server Network Pack. Here is how DVBLink describe Server Network Pack: DVBLink Server Network Pack lets you enjoy your favorite TV channels throughout your whole house – in Windows MediaCenter, running on network computers, on UPNP enabled clients such as Sony PlayStation3, on nettops and laptops, running Windows 7 and on XBox 360 – and over the Internet using web browsers.
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- How to install WebSphere 8.5 Liberty profile on Mac
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- How to install ZoneMinder 1.24.2 on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS Server
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- How to use Media Browser(The best video plugin ever)
Windows 7 Forums
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- IBM Using MQ Telemetry Transport Protocol in IBM Worklight Mobile applications
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- iOS Human Interface Guidelines
Introduction to building user interfaces for iPhone & iPad apps.
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