Upgrading Slackware 13.37 to 14.0
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Upgrading Slackware 13.37 to 14.0

I have installed Slackware Linux version 13.37 and have updated it to the latest version.…

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ArchLinux  Decided  to Move  to MariaDB
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ArchLinux Decided to Move to MariaDB

What’s  MariaDB : is an community-developed fork of the MySQL relational database management system, the impetus being the community maintenance…

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The Negative Ubuntu Effect
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The Negative Ubuntu Effect

Let’s face it, Ubuntu cops a lot of criticism. From beginners, Linux veterans, developers and…

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There is Ubuntu, There is Linux and Then There are Others
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There is Ubuntu, There is Linux and Then There are Others

The Microsoft Windows users of the world are beginning to experience the pain of the…

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Kali Linux Released
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Kali Linux Released

If you consider yourself a penetration tester or security expert then you are already aware…

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Linux Steam client on rampage
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Linux Steam client on rampage

Just a few weeks after the official release of the Linux client for Valve’s Steam…

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Microsoft goes soft on Office, to debut Linux version by 2014
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Microsoft goes soft on Office, to debut Linux version by 2014

Looks like Linux has finally challenged the dominance of decades of proprietary office document software.…

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Introduction to LanyFS
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Introduction to LanyFS

Back in July 2012, I had the privilege of talking with Dan Luedtke. He was…

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How to rename or change user name in Linux
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How to rename or change user name in Linux

How to Securely Share Files Between Linux Systems
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How to Securely Share Files Between Linux Systems

How to install sqldeveloper on Linuxmint 14/Ubuntu12.10
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How to install sqldeveloper on Linuxmint 14/Ubuntu12.10

Oracle SQL Developer is an Integrated development environment (IDE) for working with SQL in Oracle…

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Top Linux Stories Roundup 2012
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Top Linux Stories Roundup 2012

And we are on the verge to cross yet another year and blog posts regarding…

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How to Share Files Between Linux Systems
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How to Share Files Between Linux Systems

In today’s world, most of us have more than one computer device in the house.…

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Why is Android built on Linux Kernel?
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Why is Android built on Linux Kernel?

Android is overwhelming. Its spreading and taking over its competitors.  According to recent reports Android…

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Linux File System Test for USB Media
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Linux File System Test for USB Media

NVIDIA 304.64 has been released! A look at new features and Instalation instructions
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NVIDIA 304.64 has been released! A look at new features and Instalation instructions

NVIDIA 304.64  is finally out fixing number of issues and bugs. The posts introduces you…

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Why do super computers use Linux?
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Why do super computers use Linux?

In our last few posts we discussed the fact that over 90% supercomputers (94.2% to…

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Linux share in Supercomputer OS
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Linux share in Supercomputer OS

Linux accounts for as much as 94.2% share as Supercomputer OS! This might come to…

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