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  • Tips on Ubuntu Restricting Sites: Firefox Guide

    In this article I will give you two tips to restrict access to certain websites in Firefox (or other browsers). One is a very simple way involving one file while the other is advanced and for more sophisticated systems. The advanced configuration...
    By Daniel Case November 5, 2010 

  • How To Set Up A Chat Room in Linux

    In this article I will go through how to set up a chat room through IRC. IRC is cross platform system with many servers and many clients across the world, so it is perfect for online meetings and groups. I will also go through how to set up a server in...
    By Daniel Case October 26, 2010 

  • Setting up a Linux Router

    Setting up a Linux router is hardly the easiest way to configure a router. You can buy a router and just deploy it. However, setting up a Linux router on your own definitely has its advantages.
    By Ada Stoy September 12, 2010 

  • Choosing an Email Client for Your Linux Machine

    Linux has a variety of available email clients with different strengths. Some are platform agnostic, some are integrated with a particular desktop environment, and some are more lightweight and minimal.
    By Chris Hoffman July 28, 2010 

  • Setting up a Proxy Server in Ubuntu Linux

    Ubuntu Linux's repositories include the Squid proxy server; set up your own local proxy server by installing Squid and configuring it by editing its configuration file.
    By Chris Hoffman July 13, 2010 

  • 280 Slides: The Best Online Presentation Web App

    Computer users are increasingly moving their data to the "cloud," and online presentation software is answering the call. Unfortunately, the most obvious and hailed options have disappointing limitations. 280 Slides provides a simple but feature...
    By Chris Flood July 12, 2010 

  • The Best Internet Browsers on Linux

    One of the great things about the Linux platform is the choice you have in applications - Internet browsers on Linux being no different. Lets take a look at the top Internet browsers for the Linux Platform.
    By Michael Dougherty May 14, 2010 

  • Linux: Google Chrome

    Looking to install Google's next-gen of internet browser on your Linux distribution? With the release of the Google Chrome beta for Linux this is now much easier than it use to be.
    By Michael Dougherty May 12, 2010 

  • Move Back and Forth in Time with Your Files in Ubuntu

    Backing up your Ubuntu system is easy and it does not involve playing with complicated commands. Here is Back in Time, one of the easiest back up programs for Ubuntu.
    By Tolga BALCI April 26, 2010 

  • Top Open Source Social Networking Software

    Developing and customizing social networking software can be incredibly easy, using open source programming languages like PHP and Ruby on Rails. Here are some of the Internet's best offerings for open source social network tools.
    By allychevalier December 11, 2009 
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