September 2007

Adam has published a simple and awesome list: It’s no secret that tech-savvy computer users typically become the go-to guy for all technical help in their circles. More specifically, Mom and Dad tend to always ask us for help with their computers. If you’re tired of the phone calls from Mom and Dad complaining on […]

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This is an interesting idea. You can get instant access to your Linux desktop at anytime from within Microsoft Windows. This article will tell you everything you need to know in order to make a USB flash drive with Ubuntu Linux installed. You need: – Obviously you need a USB flash drive (at least 2GB). […]

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According to a new survey half of IT works admit sleeping on the job or kissing coworkers. Well I have never fallen asleep, but I know few co-workers currently suffering from sleep disorder. From the article: And nearly half of techies also are apparently in the mood for love. Forty-seven percent of tech pros admit […]

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This is good news for Linux. The Linux Driver Project is focused on creating and maintaining OpenSource Linux kernel drivers for all types of devices. This means hardware vendor might able to sell more devices to Linux users. This project is sponsored by Novell. From the project home page: We are a group of Linux […]

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Most mail servers are tight on resources. The Postfix system is designed to run within a finite memory budget. These limits are imposed on each and every user to avoid resource exhaustion. The idea is pretty simple, keep mail server running under conditions of stress, without making the problem worse. However some time user sends […]

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I am not sure if this is PR stuff or real news. Microsoft is giving out vouchers to its customer for Novell Linux. Novell’s Linux business has soared 243 percent since last November when the company signed its controversial deal with Microsoft. Steinman said part of its growth was directly related to the Microsoft deal, […]

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