Confused about version numbers in Linux? Want to find out how you can check the version numbers of all the installed applications? Then this guide is just for you! We take a look at how you can find out the version info for everything installed on your Linux computer.
If you’ve worked with Windows, you will be aware that almost all disk-cloning applications for Windows are proprietary and some of them paid. Unlike Windows, Linux achieves these tasks with basic commands which are built-into it. Learn how to clone, mount and burn CD/DVDROM images in Linux!
Want to use your Linux knowledge to make money? From what I’ve seen, most of the people in the Linux scene have started as hobbyists and enthusiastic newbies, only to progress and gain a large amount of knowledge in Linux. The good news is that the world is looking for people like you!
Want to turn your PS3 into a media center? How about a computer for word-processing? Or running old-school emulators on it? With Linux on your PS3, it’s all possible and very easy! In this article, I’ll go over the instructions which will help you install Ubuntu Linux on your shiny PlayStation 3!
With Linux gaining in desktop markets everyday, you might want to try it too. But leaving the comfort of Windows might be difficult for newbies. With these virtualization softwares, you can now try Linux natively, while running Windows inside a virtual machine for those unsupported applications.
In this article, we take a look at a few books that should be on every Linux administrator’s bookshelf. These books cover most, if not all of the technologies and applications that a Linux sysadmin is expected to know. Learn how to administer DNS servers, Web servers, setup firewalls and a lot more!
Want to build a computer specially for Linux? Want to be sure that all your hardware will work under Linux before you take the plunge and spend a few hundred dollars on computer parts? Then check out this article!
Want to turn your Linux computer into a router or an Internet gateway? You will have to enable IP forwarding inside your Linux kernel. Follow the instructions in this guide to learn how to turn on IP forwarding in Linux