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Damn Small Linux is a very versatile 50MB mini desktop oriented Linux distribution.Damn Small is small enough and smart enough to do the following things: Boot from a business card CD as a live linux distribution (LiveCD)Boot from a USB pen driveBoot from within a host operating system (that's right, it can run *inside* Windows)Run very nicely from an IDE Compact Flash drive via a method we call "frugal install"Transform into a Debian OS with a traditional hard drive installRun light enough to power a 486DX with 16MB of RamRun fully in RAM with as little as 128MB (you will be amazed at how fast your computer can be!)Modularly grow -- DSL is highly extendable without the need to customize DSL was originally developed as an experiment to see how many usable desktop applications can fit inside a 50MB live CD. It was at first just a personal tool/toy.

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Kon-Boot v1.0 Review (A Windows Password Bypass Tool) Rating The Kon-Boot password hacking tool has to be the easiest, and fastest, free Windows password recovery tool I've used. It's actually a password reset tool as many of these programs, like ONTP&RE and PC Login Now, are. However, Kon-boot works in an entirely different way than those other Windows password reset/deleting tools so it's an excellent alternative if they haven't worked out for you. Download Kon-Boot [ | Download Tips]

Lighthouse Pup 5 Downloads Lighthouse Pup 5 Downloads Getting Started | Updates | Base ISO | Mariner ISO | SFS add-ons | C-F SFS | Development SFS | 4.x, ArchivesSystem Requirements min. 256 MB RAM, 512 MB recommended, 768 MB for the optional KDE add-on. min. 800MB storage, more for add-ons on fast (internal) media recommended. Boot from LiveCD (or from hard disk with GRUB boot loader, sample GRUB entries) A newer ATI or NVIDIA based graphics adapter is recommended for 3D apps and HD video. Supported ATI Catalyst; supported NVIDIA. (Some Intel cards may be OK, your results may vary.) Start here if you're unfamiliar with ISOs and MD5s: Burning an ISO - Authoring Software - Using MD5 Checksums

Add "Take Ownership" to Explorer Right-Click Menu in Windows Taking ownership of system files or folders in Windows is not a simple task. Whether you use the GUI or the command line, it takes far too many steps. This method works in Windows Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, and 10, and it maybe works in XP, though you won’t need it there. Thankfully somebody created a registry hack that will give you a menu item for “Take Ownership” that will handle all the steps for you. We found this many years ago, and since then it’s been hosted here for everybody to use. Here’s what the new right-click menu will look like after installing this registry hack.

Fix: Desktop Icons not Working in Windows 10 / 8 / 7 Are you facing and issue, where you find that your desktop icons are not working or showing in Windows 10 / 8 / 7? Usually, this happens if the file associations are messed up. Before telling you how to fix it, I will in brief, talk about File Associations. If you have been working on computers for long, you can identify the applications needed to open certain files just by looking at their extensions.

Samba GUI Information One of the most asked for features for Samba is a graphical user interface to help with configuration and management. This is finally starting to happen. In fact, there are now several GUI interfaces to Samba available. Delete, Move, Rename Locked Files & Folders with MoveOnBoot Sometimes, when we try to delete, rename or move a file of folder, we get a message that Another process is using the file or folder. This means that some process on your Windows computer has locked the file as it is required by that process. While sometimes rebooting the computer or booting into safe mode may help, in some cases this too may not help. In such a case, you may need to take care of a 3rd-party tool. MoveOnBoot is one such freeware that can help you delete, rename or move such locked files.

Setting up a Subversion Server on Ubuntu Gutsy Gibbon server All the required packages are available in the Ubuntu repositories. Installing Subversion Use apt-get: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install subversion Creating a Repository Let's say you want your repository to be in /var/svn/repos, type in these commands: Free Crapware Removal Tools for Windows 8 / 7 Crapware refers to applications that come preinstalled on a new computer when you purchase a branded one. Also, when you purchase a used computer, you find software that you may not use. In short, programs that are not of relevance to you are crapware for you. Removing each one manually can be a tiresome job, especially in the case of new computers. Examples include and are not limited to the branding of Internet Explorer and other browsers.

Subversion This wiki document explains how to setup Subversion alias SVN on Ubuntu. The intended audience is experienced Linux users and system administrators. If you are new to Subversion, this section provides a quick introduction. Subversion is an open source version control system. Using Subversion, you can record the history of source files and documents. Browser Hijacking and Free Browser Hijacker Removal Tools Browser Hijacks appear to be increasing at an alarming rate globally, and it can be a real nuisance, and at times dangerous too. In this post we will have a look at Browser Hijacking and how to prevent and remove Browser Hijacking in Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome and Opera web browsers for Windows, natively or by using free Browser Hijacker Removal tools and software. What is Browser Hijacking Browser hijacking occurs when you find that your web browsers settings have been changed without your permission. This could happen when you are installing new software, and during installation, your settings get changed; or it could occur if some malicious software takes control of your computer including the browser and changes its settings, without your knowledge. Speaking specifically, when your browser is hijacked, the following could happen:

Setting Up an Ubuntu Subversion Server - This tutorial describes setting up a Subversion server on an Ubuntu system and configuring it for use by a group of developers. The goal is to allow each member of a development team to access the Subversion repositories from a remote location (e.g., a workstation at home), using either the svn or svn+ssh protocol. Prerequisites It is assumed that you already have a basic Ubuntu server running, and that the other developers can connect to it.

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