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Setting Up an External Laptop Display on Ubuntu

Setting Up an External Laptop Display on Ubuntu

This article tells you how to set up a secondary (external) display connected to your laptop, using Ubuntu 10.04, Lucid Lynx. You may have wondered if you could extend your laptop display to…

Time to Keryx

Offline Package Install on Linux Made Easy with Keryx

In countries like India, where broadband penetration is very low, Linux users find it difficult to grab updates, or install those missing codecs. This article offers a way around the problem. We all…

Lock it up!

Securing Apache, Part 1: The Basics

Targeted at readers with Web security concerns, information security experts, systems administrators and all those who want to jump-start their careers in Web security, this series of articles intends to cover the strengthening…

Because it's fun to code on GNU/Linux

Write Your Next Program on Linux

Quite a few colleges and schools still teach C/C++/Java programming on Windows — and even worse, on DOS (using Turbo C/C++)! GNU/Linux provides a first class operating system, replete with support for dozens…

Learn Image Manipulation & Create a Glassy Wallpaper on GIMP

Here’s a tutorial on how to create glassy effects on images and text, using GIMP.

Google’s OS: Just A Chrome Polish or Is There Some Metal Inside Too?

Google has announced the development of the Chrome OS. For the first time, this search engine giant has taken its archrival Microsoft head-on. But the emergence of Google as an omnipresent player could also have a flip side.

Fight Club: Windows 7 vs Mandriva 2009.1

A face off between Mandriva Linux 2009.1 Spring and the release candidate of Windows 7.

Run Linux on Windows, Part 2: Ulteo Virtual Desktop

Taking the Ulteo Virtual Desktop for a test run.

Close Encounters of the Free Kind!

Three Days with Richard M. Stallman.

Improve Multi-OS Computer Performance through Cross Swapping

Computers with more than one hard disk and more than one operating system (OS) can be set up to provide better performance than what OS installations generally default to. This technique, called cross swapping by the author, is described using a dual-boot scenario of Linux and Microsoft Windows.

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