linux installation

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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Sure you can use unzip, unrar, and other tools to extract files under Linux. e is little tool that can extract almost any archive in Linux so you do not need to remember which tool and what command lines are necessary. You need ruby lanaguage installed on your computer to use this tiny tool. Apart […]

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One of our regular reader hall sends an interesting question: I work for a small company and most user login to centralized Linux server. I’d like to automatically log out all inactive users from server for various reasons. How do I disconnect inactive user sessions? To be frank, I don’t have any clear cut answer […]

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