Linux Programming & Commands: Tutorials, User Guides & Commands For Programming In Linux

Linux has become a phenomenon in recent times. Always prevalent in business, now Linux is being embraced with great enthusiasm in the home because it so easy to install, and offers greater flexibility and security over Windows and Mac OS platforms. Here we take you through the world of Linux programming and command structures with our collection of tutorials, tips and Linux programming discussions. Aiming to help you work with, and tweak your own Linux distributions, code in Perl, Python, Java and others, compile your Linux code and configure your Linux desktop environment to fit specific whims and needs. 530beda0-d9e0-491c-9c6d-e5ee7169a75e 1.03.01

Good Example Projects Using Embedded Linux

Getting good example projects using embedded Linux today is not as hard as it was decades ago. Furthermore the projects are open source therefore giving you a better insight into what they entail. Read on to get a better understanding and appreciation for embedded Linux.

Understanding Open Source and CC Licensing

There are literally dozens of open content licensing models and it wont be a surprise to know that you may be having trouble understanding open source and CC licensing. The good news is that it has all been explained here so keep on reading.

50 Linux Commands Every User Should Know

Covering basic setup of your Linux box to advanced tasks such as creating and merging PDF documents, printing and ripping CDs, this guide of 50 Linux text functions is ideal for gaining a true understanding of the popular operating system.

Using the Linux Rename Directory Function

One of the basic tools you should have at your command in Ubuntu (or any Linux operating system) is the ability to create and rename files and folders. There are different ways of doing this, using the GUI and the Terminal.

Using Gparted to Format a Hard Drive.

Gparted is a live linux CD that allows you to format a hard drive as Mac HFS and many other file systems. It is a distributed as an ISO, which is burnt onto a CD or DVD. Once successfully burned, it can be used to boot your computer instead of the hard drive.

Understanding Linux Kernel Parameters

Are your Linux software installations messing with your system? It might be of great interest to know that your installations might just be tampering with the Linux Kernel Parameters. This guide will show you how to get access to those same parameters and revert any changes that were made.

Deleting and Recovering Deleted Files In Linux

The default Linux file system has a reputation for being unforgiving when it comes to user mistakes. By employing the same tools used by digital forensic experts and law enforcement agencies, you can quickly recover your lost data and documents after an accidental removal.

Linux Recovery: Restore Guide

This article will go through how to diagnose a problem with a Linux operating system, I will introduce LiveCDs and other diagnostics. I will then tell you how to fix a bootloader problem with Grub2, and finally how to do a destructive recovery should it be needed.

Linux Backtrack: Best Hackers Choice

Linux Backtrack is an Operating System designed to aid penetration testers and ethical hackers do their day to day job. From simple scanning to advanced exploitation, Backtrack offers the full range of security tools.

Using the Linux KVM Virtual Machine

The Linux KVM kernel virtual machine – included in the Linux kernel – uses the hardware virtualization extensions in new Intel and AMD CPUs to run virtual machines and guest operating systems. Manage virtual machines with a graphical program or use the powerful KVM command directly from a terminal.