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Linux Desktop: Alternative Disk Layouts

Installing Linux on the desktop has largely become a “no brainer”.

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My Favorite Linux Tools for Windows

Let’s face it, no matter how much we wish that it weren’t true or how much we try to avoid it, we all have to use Windows some time.

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Linux: SSH Tunneling, Port Redirection and Security

At this point, we can say that using telnet as a means of accessing servers is effectively dead.

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Linux: GRUB Bootloader

Most of us simply install our favorite distribution, accepting many/most of the defaults, including the boot loader setup, without a second thought.

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IPv4: DeMystified

We all ‘know’ what an IP address is and what it’s significance in the age of the internet is.

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Source Control: Fast Start With Subversion

There are many source control mechanisms in use for all types of projects, large and small.

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Ubuntu: Bumblebee, Optimus and Multi-Monitor Support

For those people who have made the switch to a laptop as their primary system, Linux has presented a bit of a problem.

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CentOS Version 6.4: What You Need To Know

In March of this year, CentOS gathered all of the Red Hat Enterprise Linux upstream packages released and created the latest version of CentOS for distribution.

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Ubuntu 12.10 – Spice Up Your Desktop

One of the most common complaints about Ubuntu since the launch of version 11.04 (Natty Narwhal) is the inclusion of Unity as the default user desktop.

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Linux Screencasting with Kazam!

As I get more and more involved in evangelizing open source and the options and freedom it provides, I have found that I need to be able to take detailed video of my desktop as I go through various topics.