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Using FIPS

by July 7, 2001

In order to work with your existing operating system and set up and try Linux at the same time, you’ll need to create separate partitions for Linux—for which you need FIPS.

Penguin on 810 Boards

by July 7, 2001

Configure Linux to run the built-in sound and graphics on your Intel 810 motherboard

Linux Speak: FAQ 

by July 7, 2001

An FAQ on the Linux culture; a newbies’ guide to Linux

Managing System Logs

by July 7, 2001

Implement a log archiving policy to minimize the disk space taken up by log files

Booting into Linux

by July 7, 2001

There are different ways you can boot into Linux.

Chat on Linux

by July 7, 2001

How to set up Licq, an ICQ clone for Linux

What’s New in Kernel 2.4?

by July 7, 2001

It offers several improvements for the desktop, server, and laptop. But experiment with it before switching to it

Running X on your Display Card

by July 7, 2001

What you can do when your display card or drivers don’t work properly

KExplorer for Linux

by July 7, 2001

How to install this Windows Explorer counterpart for Linux

An answering machine with Linux

by July 7, 2001

A hands-on guide to setting up your Linux box as an answering machine.

Corporate Linux FAQ

by July 7, 2001

Why would a company consider switching to Linux?

A Firewall for Linux with Ipchains

by July 7, 2001

Configure a packet-filtering firewall in Linux

Using Linux on Notebooks

by July 7, 2001

With minor tweaking, you can easily use your Linux notebook for e-mail, chat, surfing, listening to music… and even as a gateway to the Internet for the rest

Resources on the Net

by July 7, 2001

A handful of sites on Linux, kernels, applications, security, and other stuff

Hardware Compatibility

by July 6, 2001

You can find device drivers for Linux more easily now, but check this out before you buy any hardware

Remotely Control Windows Machines from Linux

by July 6, 2001

VNC lets you work on a remote Windows machine from a Linux machine, and vice versa, either over your network or by using a browser

The Two Towers

by July 6, 2001

Linux is not about anti-Microsoft, or being like Microsoft. It’s about change, and the community effort required in bringing about that change

K desktop environment

by July 6, 2001

Install this GUI software for Linux in a few easy steps

Linux 2.2 The Next Generation

by July 6, 2001

Kernel 2.2 improves Linux with better hardware and plaftofm support and speed

Share Directories between Linux Machines

by July 6, 2001

NFS lets you access the directories of a remote Linux machine, like you access a local file system