"installation" tag

Test Your Troubleshooting Skills With Trouble-Maker

Trouble-Maker, as the name suggests, is a Linux tool that, when installed in a system, randomly selects a problem from its list and actually creates it on the system. The idea behind using…

Setting Up OpenAM for Web Authentication

OpenAM provides a system for integrating diverse Web applications-to share common authentication and authorisation systems. It can protect applications running on any Web or application server. With a centralised login for all applications,…

Pep Up Your Device with Paranoid Android

Paranoid Android is one of those rare innovations to have come out of open source software that thoroughly reinvents the way software is designed. With features like Hybrid UI, Pie Controls and the…

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Programming Can Be Fun with Hy

Hy is an exciting new language that has surfaced just recently. Essentially, it is what Clojure is for Java-a Lisp implementation that has a very tight relationship with the host language, which is…

IPCop 2.0.6: The New Watchdog!

This article describes the various functionalities of a network-based firewall, besides taking readers through the installation and configuration of IPCop 2.0.6, especially from the perspective of a small and medium business. It also…

Blaze the automated desktop experience for Windows

Blaze is a small multipurpose utility that does the job of an application launcher and file searcher, and records macros for desktop automation. A special pattern detection feature separates this tiny utility from…

A Look at the Top Three Network Monitoring Tools

This article talks about a few important aspects of network monitoring, and compares three leading tools that are of great importance to IT administrators. In a well managed IT infrastructure, network monitoring acts…

Grub 2 Demystified: A Complete Perspective

Grub, also known as GR and Unified Bootloader, has been the main boot loader for many Linux distributions. Grub was initially released as a part of the GNU HURD project and later was…

A Look at the Basics of LVM

This article deals with Logical Volume Management (LVM) and looks at how to set it up. Many years ago, when 2 GB of storage was considered a lot, I beamed with pride after…

Stop Wasting CDs; Install Linux Straight from an ISO

You download the brand new distro, and discover you don’t have a single blank DVD/CD to burn the ISO image! Why worry, when there’s a simple way out!

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