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The Ultimate List of Uses for Old Computers The Ultimate List of Uses for Old Computers Are you wondering what to do with that old computer? Well, I will start by skipping the usual… I will not talk about the obvious uses which you probably already know like: “Sell it on eBay”, “Cannibalize it”, “Give it to the Kids”, “Donate it”, “Recycle it” etc. If you wanted to do any of those you wouldn’t be reading this article in the first place, would you?

Build a Killer Customized Arch Linux Installation (and Learn All About Linux in the Process)

Build a Killer Customized Arch Linux Installation (and Learn All About Linux in the Process) SExpand Don't like Windows 8's new interface? Sick of Ubuntu Unity and the new ads that come along with it? Maybe it's time to create your own, ideal operating system with just the features you want.
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tips:linuxcheatsheet [MojaveWiki] tips:linuxcheatsheet [MojaveWiki] Remember back in the days of college when you were allowed to make one sheet of notes for math exams? Well, think of this as a cheat sheet for you Linux exam. Note that commands that need to be executed as root are prefixed with #> whereas commands that can be run by any user have the prefix $>. System Info
Alien's Bash Tutorial by Billy Wideling Alien's Bash Tutorial by Billy Wideling Written by Billy Wideling <-> alien a koping d net First you probably need to read a UNIX command bible to really understand this tutorial, but I will try to make it as clear as possible, there is about 100-150 UNIX commands explained later in this tutorial. You are to have some UNIX experience before starting on this tutorial, so if you feel that you have UNIX/Linux experience feel free to start to learn here. What I included here is general shell scripting, most common other things and some UNIX commands. Here's the most common shell types:
Wicked Cool Shell Scripts: Unix, Linux, Mac OS X, Bash, Bourne Shell, scripting -- by Dave Taylor "This is the book that I wish I would've had when I was just learning Linux." -- Steve Suehring The Unix shell is the main scripting environment of every Linux, Mac OS X and Unix system, whether a rescued laptop or a million-dollar mainframe. This cookbook of useful, customizable, and fun scripts gives you the tools to solve common Linux, Mac OS X and Unix problems and personalize your computing environment. Among the more than 100 scripts included are an interactive calculator, a spell checker, a disk backup utility, a weather tracker, and a web logfile analysis tool. The book also teaches you how to write your own sophisticated shell scripts by explaining the syntax and techniques used to build each example scripts. Examples are written in Bourne Shell (sh) syntax. Wicked Cool Shell Scripts: Unix, Linux, Mac OS X, Bash, Bourne Shell, scripting -- by Dave Taylor
Ultimate List of Linux and Unix Commands Here is a list of Linux and Unix commands which will be useful for you. These commands can be used as a quick reference to simplify your Linux or Unix using experience. The commands are categorized into different categories depending upon the operation of the command. Almost commands of every type are listed here. The commands are listed with their category , command and the operation it does. The list goes as follows.. Ultimate List of Linux and Unix Commands
Both Debian and Ubuntu Linux provides a number of package management tools. This article summaries package management command along with it usage and examples for you. apt-get : APT is acronym for Advanced Package Tool. Debian Linux apt-get package management cheat sheet Debian Linux apt-get package management cheat sheet
The Basics of C Programming"

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The previous discussion becomes a little clearer if you understand how memory addresses work in a computer's hardware. If you have not read it already, now would be a good time to read How Bits and Bytes Work to fully understand bits, bytes and words. All computers have memory, also known as RAM (random access memory). For example, your computer might have 16 or 32 or 64 megabytes of RAM installed right now.
RetroShare RetroShare RetroShare is a Open Source cross-platform, Friend-2-Friend and secure decentralised communication platform. It lets you to securely chat and share files with your friends, family and coworkers, using a web-of-trust to authenticate peers and OpenSSL to encrypt all communication. RetroShare provides filesharing, chat, messages, forums and channels Other Systems and packages
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features | Linphone, an open-source video sip phone features | Linphone, an open-source video sip phone Core features Signaling SIP user agent compliant with RFC 3261SIP/UDP, SIP/TCP, SIP/TLSSupports IPv6Digest authenticationSupports multiple calls simultaneously with call management features: hold on with music, resume, transfer...Multiple SIP proxy support: registrar, proxies, outbound proxiesText instant messaging with delivery notification Presence using the SIMPLE standard in peer to peer modeDTMF (telephone tones) support using SIP INFO or RFC 2833 Media
Linux: Install a million games in one click! Updated: December 16, 2009 Well, not really a million, but how about tens or hundreds? Good enough for you? Today, we will talk about two extremely useful applications that allow to you search for hundreds of games that run on Linux, sorted by category, popularity, license, or price, read game synopses, check out the screenshots, and then, should you decide that you like some of them, install them with a single mouse click.

Linux: Install a million games in one click!

Here is a sample Flash tutorial created by Wink. Click the green arrow button to start viewing it. --------> This is a good example of how you can create tutorials in Wink, by capturing screenshots, mouse movements and specifying your own explanations with them. And all this in a standard Windows-based UI with drag-and-drop editing makes it very easy to create high quality tutorials/documentation.

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