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How to Install Adobe ICC Profiles in Ubuntu with a GUI
How to Install Adobe ICC Profiles in Ubuntu with a GUI
This tutorial describes how to install Adobe`s ICC Color Profiles in Ubuntu Linux.
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How to Convert RSS Feeds into EPUB Files with Calibre
How to Convert RSS Feeds into EPUB Files with Calibre
A quick tutorial to convert RSS feeds to EPUBs.
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Linux Command to Find Size of the Directory and Files
Linux Command to Find Size of the Directory and Files
Simple command example for Linux to find the size of the directory and files.
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How to Backup Linux to Amazon S3 Using s3cmd
How to Backup Linux to Amazon S3 Using s3cmd
S3cmd is a program that allows you to backup your Linux box to Amazon S3. Amazon S3 allows you basically unlimited storage and, as long as you have the bandwidth, you can use it from any location. There are two options in a backup that you can use: you can either copy all the files over to an S3 bucket (called put) or you can use the sync command to sync file changes on a regular basis.
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GDB Quick Tutorial
GDB Quick Tutorial
GDB is a very useful tool for debuging C and C++ programs from command line. For that purpose your binary must be compiled with debug info, you will need the source files.
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Build a Subversion Server with FreeBSD
Build a Subversion Server with FreeBSD
This tutorial show step by step configuration of a Subversion Server on FreeBSD. It is not a SVN for FreeBSD source files but a version server for your projects. What's the use? Well, if your project is large and you want to manage versions of your source files, bugs and features and you want a track of how your workers did their jobs every day, Subversion might be the answer.
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ZFS Quick Tutorial, a Powerfull File System
ZFS Quick Tutorial, a Powerfull File System
This is a quick tutorial on powerful ZFS filesystem. It works in FreeBSD, Solaris and Linux (fuse-fs).
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Linux Makefile Tutorial
Linux Makefile Tutorial
The guide deals with the Linux make command and makefiles that form the integral part of the compilation process.
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ecording Shoutcast With XMMS, the Linux Winamp clone
ecording Shoutcast With XMMS, the Linux Winamp clone
In XMMS, the Linux Winamp clone, you can record any Shoutcast station, or even can make WAV files out of MP3s. Just go to the Preferences section, click on Audio I/O Options, and select DiskWriter as your output plugin.
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Keeping your Ubuntu/Debian Machines Clean
Keeping your Ubuntu/Debian Machines Clean
I tend to install a lot of stuff on my Ubuntu machines. Much of this I do for curiosity and then report it here. This means that not only do I get to check out lots of interesting stuff, but my machines also start getting cluttered with stale files, old versions and orphaned files. Here are two quick ways to help clean up your system.
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window pull backup files from linux
window pull backup files from linux
window automate pulling backup files from linux server using pscp.
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How To: Create, Burn or Convert ISO Image using Gburner
How To: Create, Burn or Convert ISO Image using Gburner
Gburner not only allows the users to burn files onto a writable CD/DVD, it also allows to make an ISO image of a particular disk inserted in your drive and then burning that ISO image onto a writable CD/DVD at a later time.
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Yeah - Learn Linux: Maintain the integrity of filesystems
Yeah - Learn Linux: Maintain the integrity of filesystems
Learn how to check the integrity of your Linux filesystems, monitor free space, and fix simple problems. Use the material in this article to study for the Linux Professional Institute (LPI) 101 exam for Linux system administrator certification—or just to check your filesystems and keep them in good working order, especially after a system crash or power loss.
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Learn Linux, 101: Find and place system files
Learn Linux, 101: Find and place system files
Learn the correct location for files under the Filesystem Hierarchy Standard (FHS) on a Linux system and learn how to find important files and commands. You can use the material to explore file organization and management.
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Learn Linux, 101: Create and change hard and symbolic links
Learn Linux, 101: Create and change hard and symbolic links
Learn how to create and manage hard and symbolic links to files on your Linux system. Explore the differences between hard and soft, or symbolic, links and the best ways to link to files, as opposed to copying files.
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