Log in / Register Grub Customizer - a graphical grub2 settings manager Registered 2010-10-02 by Daniel Richter Grub Customizer is a graphical interface to configure the GRUB2/BURG settings and menuentries
As promised in this week's Open Ballot (and thanks for your fantastic contributions), here's our own distro contest from issue 162 of Linux Format magazine. Our annual distro competition is as close to a tradition as we get here at LXF Towers. We do it because we love distributions – we love their variety and the way that so much changes over the course of a year.
This document presents a collection of common issues and useful tips for Linux system administration. Whether you're new to system administration or have been maintaining systems for some time, we hope these tips are helpful regardless of your background or choice in Linux distributions. These tips cover some of the basic steps and issues encountered during the beginning of system configuration. We provide a general getting started guide for your convenience if you're new to Linode and basic Linux system administration.
With just a few tweaks, your Linux box can be lighter, sprightlier and quicker than ever before. Read on for the best ways to speed up your boot sequence, optimise KDE and Gnome, and get better performance from your favourite apps. We've also got some top tips from our favourite free software gurus...
The Dropbox daemon works fine on all 32-bit and 64-bit Linux servers. To install, run the following command in your Linux terminal. 32-bit : cd ~ && wget -O - "https://www.dropbox.com/download?plat=lnx.x86" | tar xzf - 64-bit :
Conky is a free, light-weight system monitor for X, that displays any information on your desktop. There are many nice themes available for conky that can display clock, CPU usage, ram usage, swap, disk, net and more, Infinity is one of these themes built using lua and provide a great look to your desktop. In this post i will show you how to install Infinity conky theme in Ubuntu (Tested in Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal Quetzal), LinuxMint and Fedora Installation Instructions of Infinity Theme for Conky 1- Install Conky - For ubuntu and LinuxMint:
There exists a conventional wisdom that Linux viruses are non-existent entities. For most Linux users this might be surprising that Linux viruses do exist! Though not in wild, and they are so less in number (when compared to counterpart OSs) that they can be counted on fingers! The post introduces to some popular Linux viruses detected to date on Linux systems to enlighten you with realistic facts so that you can even improve your security! Linux Operating system is generally thought of as “Virus Proof”; It is indeed a very secure Operating system but to think Linux Virus does not exist or Linux is virus-proof is being overly naïve. Researchers have shown that Native ELF Linux Viruses are technically possible.
This is the largest set of group tests available identifying the best software that is available to download. The collection includes more than 170 different group tests, with comprehensive sections on internet, graphics, games, programming, science, office, utilities, and more. Almost all of the software is released under a freely distributable license.
When Google Drive finally launched on April 2012, Google Drive Client is only available for the computer operating system Windows and Mac, and smartphone and Android tablet. Google Drive client for Linux isn’t yet available , Google says a Linux client is coming, but why wait? A free and open source Google Drive client called “ Grive ” has been put together by a third-party developer, and it looks quite nice
Docky Log in Current stable versions 2.1 series: 2.1.4 2.0 series: 2.0.13 Current development version 2.2 series: 2.2.0
Updated: February 1, 2011 This article includes a free PDF guide available for download ! The Web server - Apache - Complete Guide was one of the many topics covered in a series of books that I started writing on Linux, the goal of which was to help any enthusiastic Windows user or a Linux newbie become a powerful, confident Linux professional. As a preview of what this series of books might have been, I decided to post a single Part on my website.
Update: A new, up-to-date collection is available . Please take a look! It's been approximately two years since I've written the first article, A (cool) list of Linux tools .
Choose two GNU/Linux or BSD flavors and see how they compare in features and supported software/hardware. NEW: Visit the PolishLinux.org Community Wiki and help us improve the data of the comparison table. Anyone can edit the information!
From OLPC There are a number of Linux distros which attempt to strip Linux down to a minimal set of elements that can run on computers with reduced capabilities. Some of them are targeted at old computers. Some are targeted at so-called embedded systems which are built into machinery, vehicles, home appliances, PDAs and mobile phones. [ edit ] Available for OLPC XO