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Continuous integration with Buildbot
The days of cowboy coding are long gone at most organizations, replaced by a renewed interest in generating quality software. Continuous integration (CI) testing is a vital component in the practice of agile programming techniques that lead to high-quality software. Learn the theory and practice of CI testing by exploring Buildbot, an open source CI system written in Python.
Distributed data processing with Hadoop, Part 2: Going further
Learn advanced setup that uses multiple nodes for parallel processing. It demonstrates the various node types required for multinode clusters and explores MapReduce functionality in a parallel environment. This article also digs into the management aspects of Hadoop—both command line and Web based.
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.
Capturing screen shots and program interaction on UNIX and Linux systems
Modern UNIX systems provide a number of different tools to capture the text-oriented interaction between a user and a specific program and to capture graphical screens and single windows. This article focuses on different ways to keep a record of the interaction between a user and a command-line application.
Bridge modeling tutorial
A videotutorial about modeling a bridge using Blender
sound effect tutorial
learn how to make a sound effect this is a video tutorial
Enable multipath SAN-boot Linux system on IBM DS8000 Storage
Booting servers from storage area networks with multiple paths can provide significant benefits for the complex, modern data center environment. This article walks you through setting up a SAN-boot Linux system on the IBM System Storage DS8000 with the multipath function supported by the Device-Mapper MultiPath (DMMP) feature.
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.
The best-kept secrets of UNIX power users
You don't have to break into a Watergate office to uncover the secrets of UNIX power users. There's an informant, and he's spilling the beans. Learn why Environment Variables, the dot file, and the Secure Shell (SSH)are very important.
Distributed data processing with Hadoop
This article explores the Hadoop framework, including its fundamental elements, such as the Hadoop file system (HDFS), and node types that are commonly used. Learn how to install and configure a single-node Hadoop cluster, and delve into the MapReduce application. Finally, discover ways to monitor and manage Hadoop using its core Web interfaces.
Learn Read Hat RPM and Yellowdog YUM package management
Learn how to install, upgrade and manage packages on your Linux system. This article focuses on the Red Hat Package Manager (RPM) developed by Red Hat, as well as the Yellowdog Updater Modified (YUM). Explore the best ways to add new software and keep your system current.
Install Ubuntu 10.04 LTS on a USB Flash Memory
Since the new release of Ubuntu 10.04 LTS came out i decided to make a quick guide of how to Install Ubuntu 10.04 LTS on a USB Pendrive.
Ceph: A Linux petabyte-scale distributed file system
A recent addition to Linux's impressive selection of file systems is Ceph, a distributed file system that incorporates replication and fault tolerance while maintaining POSIX compatibility. Explore the architecture of Ceph and learn how it provides fault tolerance and simplifies the management of massive amounts of data.
Transitioning to the new GRUB2 boot loader
The tools used to boot Linux® are changing. Specifically, the Grand Unified Bootloader (GRUB) is now officially in maintenance mode only, and GRUB's developers have abandoned the original GRUB in favor of an entirely rewritten package, known as GRUB 2. Discover GRUB 2's new capabilities and how to use it.
Open source software is no longer just for alpha-geeks
This article humbley attempts to convince you that open source software is a solution for some subset of problems and that some of your problems most likely exist within that subset. See how open source is a flexible, usable approach to efficiency in your work environment.
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