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This HOWTO describes how you can use the combination of X Display Manager (xdm, kdm and gdm) and XDMCP
As Linux is brought into service in small and medium sized companies
Depending on the business and industry, spreadsheets can be anything from very simple lists used for sorting to kazillion cell
Automate redundant repetitive tasks with Perl, using these ten neat tricks!
The word Unix has traditionally brought to mind images of a mystical operating system for high-end workstations
At first glance many people think the Unix Shell is a more cryptic version of the MS-Windows/DOS command prompt.
Ken Coar explains the Apache CVS Repository and how you can use it to stay on top of Apache.
This article looks at Bash, the default command shell on most Linux distributions.
If you are still lumbering along with the good, but antique, Linux Loader, its time to consider a move to GRUB
Schedule your daily work like checking logfiles, cleaning up old data in your web systems.
A tutorial on telnet for beginners. Explains what telnet is and how to use it.
This tutorial is about SSH and SCP. You will learn how to connect to a remote host and how to copy between hosts.
The commands diff and patch form a powerful combination.
The bash shell is just amazing. There are so many tasks that can be simplified using its handy features.
In this tutorial, you ll learn a process for embedding a scripting language into an application.
Get step-by-step instructions for building a cross-compiler so that you can build and develop applications for an alternative platform.
In this first of a two-part series, learn about system and environment requirements, the best ways to acquire Linux source code
In this tutorial Ian Shields introduces you to the Bash shell, and scripts and programming in the Bash shell.
The solution is the use of the suexec wrapper, which is part of the Apache distribution.
One of the most powerful aspects of Linux is its ability to launch services, or daemons, and run them in the background as needed.
Our updated network security basics document will get you well on your way to locking your system down.
General advices regarding security of a Linux, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD and generaly Unix.