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01 September 2009 04:00

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10 Hidden Features of Konqueror 2:03 PM | Add-on Application, Browsers Tips, KDE Tips, Kubuntu Gutsy | 2 comments » Konqueror is not only a web browser but also a good file manager designed as a core part of the K Desktop Environment. To be released under the GNU General Public License, Konqueror can run on many different operating systems including Ubuntu Linux. However, you can install this application easily in Ubuntu if you are missing it. sudo apt-get install konqueror What I would like to tell you in this article are the hidden features of this great application. 1. As a Web browser, Konqueror allows you to navigate easily a web site with access keys. You try to open a site with Konqueror, hit Ctrl key to activate access keys and you will see a bunch of boxed characters appear. Type any character you like to navigate the link. 2. You can access new websites in new tabs when calling Konqueror externally. For example, I want to open the website:, then I use this command. kfmclient newTab 3. Konqueror let you search text quickly using find as you type. For example, I want to search for "KDE" in the current web page, just hit "/" key and start typing "KDE". You can hit F3 to go to the next result. 4. Another score for Konqueror is the bookmark toolbar with a “View Most Visited” feature found under the View menu. 5. It's possible to scroll up or down with the auto-scroll feature of Konqueror. Just hold Shift key then press Up or Down key. Hit Shift key again to stop scrolling. 6. Like Firefox, you can use Ctrl T to open a new tab in Konqueror. 7. As a file viewer, Konqueror allows you to view any file or folder in your file system. Just enter the path to your folder into location bar. For example, enter /home/vntutor 8. Easily access the file system of any computer which is running a SSH daemon. For example, to access the files of as user vntutor, enter into location bar: fish:// 9. Easily access the file system of any computer which is running a FTP service. For example, to access the files of as user vntutor , enter into location bar: 10. As a terminal window, Konqueror allows you to read nicely formatted man pages. For example, I want to the ls man page, I have to enter this command to the location bar. man:ls Read more!

31 August 2009 02:00

VnTutor: Ubuntu Unleashed - Download free

Ubuntu Unleashed - Download free Publisher: Sams Language: English Pub Date: August 29, 2006 Pages: 800 Description: Incorporating an advanced approach to presenting information about Ubuntu, Ubuntu Unleashed aims to provide the best and latest information that intermediate to advanced Linux users need to know about installation, configuration, system administration, server operations, and security. Written by renowned open source authors, Paul and Andrew Hudson, it includes detailed information on hot topics in Ubuntu Linux, such as wireless networks, and programming in PHP, Perl and others. It thoroughly covers all of Ubuntu's software packages, including up-to-date material on new applications, Web development, peripherals, and programming languages. It also includes updated discussion of the architecture of the Linux kernel 2.6, USB, KDE, GNOME, Broadband access issues, routing, gateways, firewalls, disk tuning, GCC, Perl, Python, printing services (CUPS), and security. The included DVD comes with a complete Ubuntu Linux distribution. I don't own or host this book. So, don't guarantee that the following links are active forever. You can also leave a new link here if possible. * Download from Rapid Share (20/07/2007) * Link 2 for download a CHM copy (updated date 16/12/2007) You can download other Ubuntu Linux books here. Moving to Ubuntu Linux Beginning Ubuntu Linux The official Ubuntu Book Ubuntu Hacks

30 August 2009 22:00

VnTutor: Wiley Ubuntu Linux Bible - Jan 2007

It's the fastest-growing, coolest Linux distribution out there, and now you can join the excitement with this information-packed guide. Want to edit graphics? Create a spreadsheet? Manage groups? Set up an NFS server? You'll learn it all and more with the expert guidance, tips, and techniques in this first-ever soup-to-nuts book on Ubuntu. From the basics for newcomers to enterprise management for system administrators, it's what you need to succeed with Ubuntu. * Master the fundamentals for desktop and networks * Send e-mail, share files, edit text, and print * Download music, watch DVDs, and play games * Use Ubuntu on laptops, go wireless, or synch it with your PDA * Set up Web, mail, print, DNS, DHCP, and other servers * Manage groups and secure your network You can download it from Rapid Share. VnTutor do not own or host this book. So, VnTutor don't guarantee that these links are active forever. You can download other Ubuntu Linux books here. It's free. + Moving to Ubuntu Linux + Beginning Ubuntu Linux + The official Ubuntu Book + Ubuntu Hacks + Ubuntu Unleashed Or read good tutorials about Linux on the Net ...