fedora linux

Great information on how to install Fedora Linux on PS3. In this article, first in a series, Peter Seebach introduces the features and benefits of PS3 Linux, and explains some of the issues that might benefit from a bit of tweaking.

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This article demonstrated how to install Asterisk on a Fedora Linux system and configure SIP users, extensions, and voicemail. We installed all user data into an LDAP database in order to keep it consolidated.

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Linux netconsole kernel module allows dmesg output to be transmitted via the syslogd network. It is kernel-level network logging over udp allowing debugging of problem where disk logging fails and serial consoles are impractical. This is a step-by-step mini howto about netconsole configuration under Red Hat, CentOS, Fedora and Debian Linux.

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This may come handy, from the project page: Mk-boot-usb is a perl script to create multiple-bootable usb sticks (usb keys / usb flash drives). It wipes out an entire usb stick, partitions it, creates file systems on it, installs grub, and installs a minimal linux on it. Mk-boot-usb is meant to speed up and lower […]

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This small guide may come handy… From the article: One great thing about Linux is that you can transplant a hard disk from a machine that runs a 32-bit AMD XP processor into a new 64-bit Intel Core 2 machine, and the Linux installation will continue to work. However, if you do this, you’ll be […]

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