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24 February 2006 - Debian help made easy

by 2 others
very good articles,tutorials about debian linux and most will work for ubutu linux

21 February 2006

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

by 2 others
provides Linux newbie help written in plain English, not in some incomprehensible geeky-tongue.

18 February 2006

XChat: Multiplatform Chat Program

an IRC (chat) program for Windows and UNIX (Linux/BSD) operating systems. I.R.C. is Internet Relay Chat, see for more information about IRC in general. XChat runs on most BSD and POSIX compliant operating systems, and has been reported

nixCraft forum :: Index

Discuss Linux, FreeBSD, Solaris and UNIX operating system administration, Programming especially shell scripting, c, c++, QT and others

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.

12 February 2006

Open Source Toolbox

A 'private collection' of favorite open source software

11 February 2006

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08 February 2006

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

31 January 2006

EasyLinux: Fedora Guide

by 1 other
covers such things as: basic configuration, installation of most used additional software, basic server installations and some other tips & tricks. Guide is wiki-based, so everybody can contribute and keep it up-to-date. See Unofficial Fedora Core St

Effective Partitioning - The How and Why of it

by 1 other
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 :

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