Calibrate your monitor so that photos, videos and everything else in color looks right. Mac users have a manual calibration tool that gives very good results. Windows users have no calibration tool, but Adobe has a gamma calibration tool that's included with Photoshop that can be used for acceptable results. Manual calibration can be done on your Ubuntu desktop as well. Follow these steps. Calibration should be done on a monitor that's warmed up (turned on for 15 minutes or more).
Faster programming gives you more time for small business website design and other projects. This is my first post on Cheat sheets. Actually Cheat sheet is a concise set of notes used for quick reference.
1) Ubuntu Tweak Ubuntu Tweak allows changing all the itsy-bitsy pieces of Ubuntu desktop OS. It is the equivalent of TweakUI for Windows. You can achieve the same results by using the gconf-editor tool in Ubuntu. Ubuntu Tweak also helps install third-party upgrades in a simpler fashion so it definitely gives a new boost to your clumsy Ubuntu desktop and increases UserExperience. 2) Screenlets
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Do you like this story? Ah…Linux..The pinnacle of what open source can achieve today..the brainchild of Linus Torvalds has surely come a lot further and evolved to show the world what it is capable of.As an extremely reliable Operating system, Linux rarely needs to be rebooted. But when it does, it’s often slow to boot.Loads of Matrix style lines scrolling down the screen are sure to drive nuts added with boot time of GUI initialization.. Fortunately, there are ways to speed things up.
Linux Shortcuts and Commands: Linux Newbie Administrator Guide by Stan and Peter Klimas This is a practical selection of the commands we use most often. Press <Tab> to see the listing of all available command (on your PATH). On my small home system, it says there are 2595 executables on my PATH.
From LXF Wiki (Originally written for Linux Format issue 58, October 2004) Increase your guru points and apply these cunning hacks to boost performance, secure your system and increase productivity - or fun! One of the great things about Linux is that there's usually more than one way to do something. Chances are, the way you are doing a particular task right now isn't necessarily the best way either. This collection of hacks is the result of a lot of effort: some are functional, some are fun, but they are all cool!
Criado 9/jul/2007 às 11h00 por Carlos E. Morimoto Todo administrador de redes aprende logo que uma das coisas mais importantes para qualquer rede é um bom firewall. Embora existam muitos mitos em torno disto, os firewall não fazem milagres, apenas adicionam uma camada extra de proteção, escondendo as vulnerabilidades das máquinas.
I created my GnuPG key back in 2004, and I’ve been very active with it since (thank you Glen). I have also seen graphical representations of the Web of Trust for a specific public keyring, and I’ve always been curious how I could create my own. Well, last night I finally buckled down and figured it out.
I use Ubuntu, and love it! It's baesd on Debian (great too, have it on other machine). But, isn't just Linux great? I mean, it is safe, continuosly evolving, and free!!!! by May 13