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Linux Image Tutorials
Linux Academy Lesson: Basic User Management For Fresh Images/Server Installs
In this lesson we are going to go over the basics of user management on our instance
Mount .iso images (Ubuntu)
A short tutorial that show you how to mount an ISO image using a tiny application.
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.
How To: Convert Movies Into Images or Animated GIF Using Ubuntu
In this how to you will learn how you can extract all the frames of a movie (avi, mp4 and basically any format). It will take sometime to extract, but if you really want to do this, it’s easy as pie.
Quick Demo: Ubuntu Linux solution stack implementation
Learn how to download and install a Ubuntu image and then go through some basic shell commands to help you navigate through the Linux environment. This is part 1 of a 4 part demo series to show you how to implement a solution stack (Rational Application Developer, WebSphere Application Server, and DB2 Express-C) on Ubuntu Linux, as well as how to integrate them in a Java application.
Creates a whole new painting tool for GIMP
The GNU Image Manipulation Program (GIMP) is a robust application for editing and manipulating digital images. In this article, you will learn how to get started with the GIMP code, how to build the project from the Git repositories, and how to find your way around the code tree. And you will build an example application that creates a whole new painting tool for the program.
Using gnuplot to display data in your Web pages
Use gnuplot to dynamically generate Web pages from your system using raw data to provide graphic images. This raw data typically contains MIS-related information, on system performance, storage, or database growth.
Why utilizing social tools is good business
Empower your employees to share information that strengthens your company's brand, image, and corporate identity. Explore business-oriented Social networking tools such as LinkedIn, CrunchBase, YouTube, Twitter, SlideShare and the Web services and APIs that many of these tools offer.
Migrate to a virtual Linux environment with Clonezilla
In this article, learn how to use the open source Clonezilla Live cloning software to convert your physical server to a virtual one. Specifically, see how to perform a physical-to-virtual system migration using an image-based method.
Time lapsed video walk-thru on how to install Ubuntu Desktop v8.10
A time lapsed video walk-thru on how to install Ubuntu Desktop v8.10. Ubuntu is a community developed, Linux-based operating system that is used for laptops, desktops and servers. The Ubuntu O.S. is completely free to download and comes with many free applications pre-installed. The essential pre-installed applications allow you to surf the web, instant message, read email, create documents, spreadsheets and presentations, edit images and much more. Additionaly, there are thousands of software packages in the Ubuntu catalogue, all available to download and install at the click of a button.
Supplement Creative Commons with open standards
This article explains how you can protect your piece of digital content—whether it be documents, audio tracks, video clips, or cropped images that end users can download with their favorite browser. It will show you what you need to know about the DRM technology to achieve DRM interoperability from device to device.
ImageMagick from the Linux commandline
This article presents the ImageMagick suite, a Linux toolkit for sizing, rotating, converting, and otherwise manipulating images, in a huge number of formats, whether one or a hundred at a time. The command line tools discussed in this article are part of the excellent ImageMagick suite, which can also be accessed via C, C++, Perl, Python, Java, and several other languages, which Linux programmers will appreciate.
Initial steps on kdb
kdb is a utility that is primarily intended for performing analysis of a system dump image. This article describes the initial steps for system dump analysis.
Build an embedded Linux distro from scratch
In this tutorial, you learn about cross-compiling, the boot loader, file systems, the root file system, disk images, and the boot process, all with respect to the decisions you make as you're building the system and creating the distribution.
Montar imagenes ISO
Pequeña guia de como montar una imagen iso a travez de un GUI