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13 February 2006

The complete guide to using Gmail with Thunderbird, Mozilla Mail, Evolution, and Kmail - Linux Forums

how to set up a gmail account in Thunderbird, Mozilla mail, Evolution and Kmail. This tutorial is meant to help out anyone, especially a noob such as myself, so it's in for dummies language.

11 February 2006

GAG - Graphical Boot Manager

by 2 others
a Boot Manager program. It's loaded when the computer is turned on and allows you to choose the operating system you want to use.

08 February 2006

Krusader - Twin Panel File Management For Your Desktop

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an advanced twin panel (commander style) file manager for KDE and other desktops in the *nix world, similar to Midnight or Total Commander. It provides all the file management features you could possibly want. Learn more...

QTParted - linux partitions

bootable Linux distribution that comes in the form of a CD or DVD can be a lifesaver when your computer goes awry. In this feature, we guide you through the process of fixing Windows with Knoppix, which includes resizing Windows partitions, solving key sy

Minix3 Download

a new open-source operating system designed to be highly reliable, flexible, and secure. It is based somewhat on previous versions of MINIX, but is fundamentally different in many key ways. MINIX 1 and 2 were intended as teaching tools; MINIX 3 adds the n

31 January 2006

Effective Partitioning - The How and Why of it

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I run 4 OSes on my machine. Them being Windows XP, FreeBSD, Ubuntu Breezy and Gentoo Linux. For the curious ones, my hard disk is partitioned as follows :

27 January 2006

GNOME: The Free Software Desktop Project

desktop environment, an intuitive and attractive desktop for end-users, users, and the GNOME development platform, an extensive framework for building applications that integrate into the rest of the desktop.

24 January 2006

21 January 2006

PCLinux Live CD Article

If you're like me, you get frustrated on a daily basis with your XP box. I hate to see people slow themselves down with spyware, adware, and virus' so I have decided to share my secrets to speeding up your Windows XP Computer!

Damn Small Linux Howto

Using DSL from the CD. Installing DSL on the Hard Disk. Installing IceWM. Knoppix as a Rescue CD.

17 January 2006

Anonym.OS - kaos.theory security research Home - creative security research, focused on solving real-world problems - interesting and exciting open source software

kaos theory was formed to bring together the brightest minds in the information technology and security communities, willing to contribute their ideas and dedicate their free time and energy, to create and innovate in an effort to organically and wholisti

Anonym.OS Download Live CD - kaos.theory security research

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an OpenBSD 3.8 Live CD with strong tools for anonymizing and encrypting connections. Standard network applications are provided and configured to take advantage of the tor onion routing network.

16 January 2006

07 January 2006

BlackDog - offers open source developers an exciting new platform for mobilizing software applications. BlackDog represents a new breed of device that redefines what a ‘computer’ is. It can be programmed to carry your applications, data, web sites, de

Develop applications and deploy them on BlackDog then launch and automatically project them onto a Windows XP host. Configure your BlackDog using our SDK, and the applications and interface will appear the same on many flavors of Linux. Design an interfac


a free service to Open Source developers that are working on projects related to Project BlackDog. In order to get the most out of the Dogpound

28 December 2005

xampp - install an Apache web server and add MySQL, PHP and Perl.

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an easy to install Apache distribution containing MySQL, PHP and Perl. very easy to install and to use - just download, extract and start.

24 December 2005

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16 December 2005

How To Build a Minimal Linux System from Source Code

These are instructions for building a minimal linux system from source code. It used to be part of From PowerUp to Bash Prompt but I've separated it to keep both documents short and focussed. The system we build here is very minimal, and not ready for rea

From Power Up To Bash Prompt

a brief description of what happens in a Linux system, from the time that you turn on the power, to the time that you log in and get a bash prompt. Understanding this will be helpful when you need to solve problems or configure your system.