Both distros top in 260 countries; From the report: Ubuntu and Red Hat Linux are the most used Linux distributions among the 35,000 members of content-management vendor Alfresco’s community, the company found in its second survey of trends in enterprise open-source software usage. Alfresco collected data between July and December of last year, with survey […]
This is a good news for all European Linux users. You can now order Dell Laptop preloaded with Ubuntu Linux 7.10. From the Dell blog: Starting today, customers in Germany, United Kingdom, France and now Spain can purchase Ubuntu Linux 7.10 with built-in DVD playback on the XPS 1330n (in addition to the previously-released Inspiron […]
I’m little surprised to find that Ubuntu Linux skips development man pages by default. A quick search using apt-cache pointed out to manpages-dev package. It includes manual pages about using GNU/Linux for development. Install development man pages Use apt-get command: $ sudo apt-get install manpages-dev To view library calls (functions within program libraries), enter: $ […]
Recently updated/posted Linux and UNIX FAQ (mostly useful to Linux/UNIX new administrators or users) : CentOS Linux install kernel headers to build vmware / 3rd party modules Linux / UNIX : Argument list too long error in shell and solution Howto: Debian / Ubuntu Linux Install PostgreSQL Database Server Howto Display text files in a […]
Here is one of the most frequently asked questions from my mailbag:
Hey I need to know how much ram memory I have in my Ubuntu Linux computer. Under Windows XP I can find out memory by visiting Start > Control Panels > System in control panel. So how do I find out RAM information under Linux PC?