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  • 2007 February
    libervisco Images and Screenshots February 28 2007 gnu radio don t ask Article by tbuitenh Images and Screenshots February 12 2007 Ubuntu looking like OS X I ve always liked the look of OSX so I followed this tutorial and made my own on Ubuntu Article by Oosterhouse Images and Screenshots Tech Stack Solutions Tech Stack Solutions is my company that provides Unix support Sign up or simply get in touch to find out how I can help Search this Website Recent Posts How to Install Ubuntu Linux without a DVD or USB How to Securely Save All Your Passwords with Keepass 9 Signs You Should Use Linux on Your Computer The Easiest Way to Optimize Your MySQL Database Performance Setting up a Linux Web Development Environment in Windows Hunting Down Disk Space Hogs on Linux Command Line 6 Simple Android Apps for Monitoring and Managing Your Linux Server Easily Manage Remote Files on Linux with Konqueror and Kate webmin Best Control Panels if any for Managing a Linux Server Archives Archives Select Month December 2014 July 2014 June 2014 May 2014 April 2014 February 2014 December 2010 May 2010 February 2010 January 2010 November 2009 September 2009 August 2009

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  • 2007 January
    monitor for my second monitor which is on the left and I have a black DELL CRT for my right monitor On the larger monitor I have gDesklets with it s launcher desklet I also have IceWeasel and NCMPC MPD client on a Article by spyro boy Images and Screenshots January 16 2007 splitting large files or directories into small tar files Every once in a while there comes a situation where a file is too big for a CD or you want to store a file larger than 2GB on a FAT partition or you want to make a backup of data with UNIX style permissions almost a 100 necessity if backing up a HOME folder with Article by free zombie Community Blogs January 9 2007 E17 just keeps getting better Last weekend I got the newest E17 available via Ebuntu to try it out and I can say it has made quite an improvement since the last time tried it Some of the things I was missing are there now like the taskbar and other things are just easily configurable to fit my needs I Article by libervisco Images and Screenshots 1 2 Next Page Tech Stack Solutions Tech Stack Solutions is my company that provides Unix support Sign up or simply get in touch to find out how I can help Search this Website Recent Posts How to Install Ubuntu Linux without a DVD or USB How to Securely Save All Your Passwords with Keepass 9 Signs You Should Use Linux on Your Computer The Easiest Way to Optimize Your MySQL Database Performance Setting up a Linux Web Development Environment in Windows Hunting Down Disk Space Hogs on Linux Command Line 6 Simple Android Apps for Monitoring and Managing Your Linux Server Easily Manage Remote Files on

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  • 2006 December
    the test kits it is extremely fast In a few days Article by dylunio Community Blogs December 11 2006 Zenwalk A Slackware desktop alternative Zenwalk is a lightweight desktop oriented Slackware based GNU Linux distribution that aims to be fast and user friendly It is still quite new but the growth as well as the progress of development has been pretty fast so far I ve taken a hike with the latest release Zenwalk 4 0 and here s what I can say Article by libervisco Useful Articles December 11 2006 Zenwalk netpkg GUI This shows a GUI version of netpkg while installing Article by libervisco Images and Screenshots 1 2 Next Page Tech Stack Solutions Tech Stack Solutions is my company that provides Unix support Sign up or simply get in touch to find out how I can help Search this Website Recent Posts How to Install Ubuntu Linux without a DVD or USB How to Securely Save All Your Passwords with Keepass 9 Signs You Should Use Linux on Your Computer The Easiest Way to Optimize Your MySQL Database Performance Setting up a Linux Web Development Environment in Windows Hunting Down Disk Space Hogs on Linux Command Line

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  • 2006 November
    recognized as the most advanced pure Free Software distro at least according to the FSF Ted Teah FSF s free software directory Article by libervisco Useful Articles Tech Stack Solutions Tech Stack Solutions is my company that provides Unix support Sign up or simply get in touch to find out how I can help Search this Website Recent Posts How to Install Ubuntu Linux without a DVD or USB How to Securely Save All Your Passwords with Keepass 9 Signs You Should Use Linux on Your Computer The Easiest Way to Optimize Your MySQL Database Performance Setting up a Linux Web Development Environment in Windows Hunting Down Disk Space Hogs on Linux Command Line 6 Simple Android Apps for Monitoring and Managing Your Linux Server Easily Manage Remote Files on Linux with Konqueror and Kate webmin Best Control Panels if any for Managing a Linux Server Archives Archives Select Month December 2014 July 2014 June 2014 May 2014 April 2014 February 2014 December 2010 May 2010 February 2010 January 2010 November 2009 September 2009 August 2009 June 2009 May 2009 April 2009 March 2009 December 2008 October 2008 August 2008 July 2008 June 2008 March 2008 February 2008 January 2008

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  • Linux Automation and Scripting Guide
    bin usr sbin usr bin m h dom mon dow user command 17 root cd run parts report etc cron hourly 25 6 root cd run parts report etc cron daily 47 6 7 root cd run parts report etc cron weekly 52 6 1 root cd run parts report etc cron monthly The syntax of it is simple Numbers represent minutes 0 59 hours 0 23 days of month or dom 1 31 month or mon 1 12 and day of week or dow 0 6 Asterisks are wildcards which basically just mean every time The root above is just the user which will run the command and all the stuff after that is the actual command to run So the first line simply says that cron should run a given command every hour at the 17th minute and do so every day of every week of every month The second line says it will run every day at 6 25 AM every week of every month Third one will run at day 7 of every week and every month at 6 47 AM and the fourth one will run first day of every month at 6 52 The commands in the default crontab file above simply change the current directory to root directory and execute the run parts command with the report option on specified directories etc cron hourly and so on which runs all of the scripts found in that directory Now if you want to run your backup sh script or any other script at exactly midnight and 11 seconds every day you could simply add this line 11 0 root cd backup sh The symbol represents whatever your home directory is where for the sake of this example we assume your script is The backup sh launches the script from the current directory Of course you could also create your own cron directory anywhere you want like cron everynight put your scripts there and add a line like this to have cron run those scripts at exactly the times you want 11 0 root cd run parts report cron everynight Needless to say you can also adjust the default times of the lines already present in the file Just change the time values Finally for all of this to run as expected you ll need to have the cron service running on your system If it isn t already you can start it with this sudo etc init d cron start After that it will start automatically at every boot keep an eye on your schedules and execute them at specified times You can learn more by exploring the manuals available via the man cron and man crontab commands If all of this is a bit much and you re on desktop system you can also use a graphical program like GNOME Schedule All it does is offer you an easier way of editing the cron configuration above You can also use some of the

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  • 20 Great Free Code Editors for Linux
    an old programmer s text editor written in Java and enjoying a sizeable following It s not all that much to look at but feature wise it s got everything you ll probably need Some notable features include unlimited undo redo kill ring that remembers previously deleted text multiple text selection rectangular selection copy paste from unlimited clipboards and so on 11 Code Blocks An IDE suitable for C C and Fortran programming It is highly extensible easily configurable and contains all the features you ll probably expect This includes a fast custom build system parallel builds ability to combine projects through workspaces importing MSVC and Dev C projects a GNU GDB debugger code folding code completion class browser smart indent external customizable tools todo lists and so on 12 Komodo Edit One of the more popular options Komodo Edit by ActiveState is a powerful fully featured and decent looking code editor It is basically a light version of the Komodo IDE which isn t free If you do get hooked on it and ever feel a need to upgrade to a full scale IDE it is nice to have one on offer that will fit the style you re used to Notable features of Komodo Edit include its excellent auto completion with calltips happening as you type support for multiple selections mini map and smart snippets and code refactoring It also supports projects and can be further extended with a number of available add ons 13 Aptana Studio Also an IDE in fact claiming to be the most powerful open source IDE Aptana Studio is another fairly popular option As IDE s such as this go the biggest complaint for those who want simple code editing is performance as the kitchen sink has its costs but Aptana Studio 3 made significant progress in that regard Core features advertised are code assists integrated debugger git integration deployment wizard a built in terminal and the ability to fully customize the development environment 14 KineticWing KineticWing is a very interesting IDE for web developers which feels and performs more like a simple code editor This may make it a great candidate for that middle ground option we mentioned before Besides its speed and simplicity the first thing to notice when opening a CSS file in it for example is how it lists all of the selectors in the right sidebar and allows clicking on one to jump straight to it This can be extremely helpful along with the toolbar on top with tools like Minify and Format KineticWing also features code folding bookmarks workspaces projects and support for zencoding less coffeescript and js beautify It s a pretty compelling option to consider for web developers but it is still in beta 15 Sublime Text Sublime Text is a kind of superstar among code editors with its slick UI simplicity speed and what feels like just the right mix of features and the way they re presented Notable features include multiple selection and

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  • Control Your Phone with These Open Source Linux Apps
    still have to look up the number of the recipient in your mobile phone unless you have it memorized Wammu Wammu is much more powerful It allows you to manage text messages contacts calendar and other data on your mobile phone When started for the first time it will launch a phone wizard capable of auto detecting your phone at least if it is supported Then the phone menu allows you to connect to it and synchronize time The fun part is the retrieve menu which allows you to one by one retrieve contacts from both your SIM card and phone memory your calls log including outgoing missed and received calls all messages and even todos and calendar It will put all of this content into the right places of your phone tree displayed in the program so you can easily browse and manage it Some messages may appear jumbled and many phone numbers might not contain the name of the person whose number it is Your mileage may vary and this might depend on which phone you have If your phone supports the function you ll be able to delete your calls messages and everything else Everything you delete or add using wammu will get deleted in your phone as well in real time without need for re synchronization This really helps with doing clean ups of your phone messages calls etc Once you ve cleaned stuff up you can go and send some messages perhaps add some new contacts to your phone s address book or new events to your calendar All of this from the create menu You can also create a backup of all your phone content in case you accidentally lose something from the backup menu So long as your phone is easily detected it can be a great tool even if a bit complex in a few places Worth trying out BitPim Offering similar functionality as Wammu but limited to CDMA phones BitPim can manage contacts messages call history calendar as well as media like MMS messages photos and camera videos ringtones and playlists It also offers a T9 editor BitPim also has a Phone Wizard that can help you detect and connect your phone if supported Helpful pages are available explaining in detail all of the functionality along with usage guides KDE Connect This one is a bit different from the others in that you need to have an Android smartphone to install a KDE Connect app on in addition to installing KDE Connect on your Linux desktop After you sync them you can receive notifications from your Android phone on your KDE desktop including app and alert notifications on Android 4 3 or higher easily transfer files as shown in this video to it sync clipboards and even control your PC s media playback from your phone Once the apps are installed on both devices your Linux PC will be visible in the Android app allowing you to request pairing Upon clicking

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  • Control Your Phone with These Open Source Linux Apps
    still have to look up the number of the recipient in your mobile phone unless you have it memorized Wammu Wammu is much more powerful It allows you to manage text messages contacts calendar and other data on your mobile phone When started for the first time it will launch a phone wizard capable of auto detecting your phone at least if it is supported Then the phone menu allows you to connect to it and synchronize time The fun part is the retrieve menu which allows you to one by one retrieve contacts from both your SIM card and phone memory your calls log including outgoing missed and received calls all messages and even todos and calendar It will put all of this content into the right places of your phone tree displayed in the program so you can easily browse and manage it Some messages may appear jumbled and many phone numbers might not contain the name of the person whose number it is Your mileage may vary and this might depend on which phone you have If your phone supports the function you ll be able to delete your calls messages and everything else Everything you delete or add using wammu will get deleted in your phone as well in real time without need for re synchronization This really helps with doing clean ups of your phone messages calls etc Once you ve cleaned stuff up you can go and send some messages perhaps add some new contacts to your phone s address book or new events to your calendar All of this from the create menu You can also create a backup of all your phone content in case you accidentally lose something from the backup menu So long as your phone is easily detected it can be a great tool even if a bit complex in a few places Worth trying out BitPim Offering similar functionality as Wammu but limited to CDMA phones BitPim can manage contacts messages call history calendar as well as media like MMS messages photos and camera videos ringtones and playlists It also offers a T9 editor BitPim also has a Phone Wizard that can help you detect and connect your phone if supported Helpful pages are available explaining in detail all of the functionality along with usage guides KDE Connect This one is a bit different from the others in that you need to have an Android smartphone to install a KDE Connect app on in addition to installing KDE Connect on your Linux desktop After you sync them you can receive notifications from your Android phone on your KDE desktop including app and alert notifications on Android 4 3 or higher easily transfer files as shown in this video to it sync clipboards and even control your PC s media playback from your phone Once the apps are installed on both devices your Linux PC will be visible in the Android app allowing you to request pairing Upon clicking

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