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Linux basic configurations | network, security, server setup guides for beginner LinuxLinux users Linux can be a stable and secure server for a very low cost. The only price you have to pay is for the server hardware and some times to study on how to setup Linux server. Linux basic configurations | network, security, server setup guides for beginner
Using The Terminal

Using The Terminal

"Under Linux there are GUIs (graphical user interfaces), where you can point and click and drag, and hopefully get work done without first reading lots of documentation. The traditional Unix environment is a CLI (command line interface), where you type commands to tell the computer what to do. That is faster and more powerful, but requires finding out what the commands are." -- from man intro(1) There are many varieties of Linux, but almost all of them use similar commands that can be entered from a command-line interface terminal.
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"Um, I installed this Linux thing everyone's talking about... Now what?" It's time to learn the very basics of your new shiny Linux system. TuXfiles provides you with Linux tutorials in plain English, not in some fancy geekspeak.

tuXfiles - the Linux newbie help files, tutorials, and tips

tuXfiles - the Linux newbie help files, tutorials, and tips
Ubuntu Blog Installing Vista Fonts in Ubuntu September 16, 2007 Posted by Carthik in guides, looks and feel, microsoft, packages, ubuntu. Microsoft’s new ClearType fonts for Vista are great. The fonts include Constantia, Corbel, Calibri, Cambria, Candara and Consolas. Getting them installed in Ubuntu is a breeze, thanks to a script I found. Ubuntu Blog
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Cygwin Part 1 Cygwin Part 1 Useful Configuration of Cygwin, Part 1: Install, rxvt, and BASH Installation To install cygwin first download http://www.cygwin.com/setup.exe and run the setup. Be sure to choose at least the folllowing packages: (hint: if you find the listing of packages according to groups annoying then click the "View" button in the upper-right which will change the listing order to alphabetical) Admin: cygrunsrv Doc: cygwin-doc Doc: man Editors: vim Interpreters: perl Mail: fetchmail Mail: mutt Mail: procmail Net: inetutils Net: openssh Net: openssl Net: rsync Shells: bash Shells: rxvt Text: less Utils: cygutils