Linux Support

  • Linux Recovery: NTFS Tips

    This article will go through how to recover your important files and documents in the event of an NTFS or a Windows crash. It will walk you through the steps of recovery, and then it'll give you a final resort option if nothing works which is guaranteed...
    By Daniel Case June 28, 2011 

  • Setting Up a Linux Recovery Drive

    Do you run Linux servers on your network? A boot CD might not be enough when it comes time to repair your servers. Something will go wrong, and the Boot CD might not have all the kernel modules and tools required to fix your server. Make a custom...
    By R.L. Flowers June 28, 2011 

  • The Concept of Memory Hierarchy in Linux

    Understanding how memory works is one of the most important steps to getting to know your computer, especially in a system like Linux. This article outlines the basic memory hierarchy of Linux, and what Linux does to make managing your memory as efficient...
    By allychevalier June 25, 2011 

  • Don't Be Put Off - File And Printer Sharing With Windows 7 And Ubuntu Is Possible

    You might think that just because you are running two different operating systems that sharing files printers and files between Ubuntu and Windows 7 isn't possible - but a quick read through the following instructions will show how easy it really...
    By Christian Cawley June 24, 2011 

  • Breathe New Life Into Old Laptops with Ubuntu!

    You don't have to send old laptops to be recycled - there are various versions of Ubuntu that can be used, offering a fast and modern operating system that runs without any problems on older devices!
    By Christian Cawley June 24, 2011 

  • Most Common Puppy Linux Installation Problems and Their Solutions

    Puppy Linux is a well designed distribution with a very nice installer, however this does not mean that you will not run into problems. Here is a handpicked list of Puppy Linux installation problems and what you can do to overcome them.
    By Tolga BALCI May 26, 2011 

  • Linux Text Editors: Why Are They Used?

    Linux text editors such as the vi editor are usually of little interest to Linux users who aren't programmers. However, there are very good reasons why any user of a distribution would do well to learn at least the basics.
    By Sam OBrien May 24, 2011 

  • The Perfect Linux Application

    In the previous installment of this series we looked at the challenges that a developer faces when building a distribution from scratch. Now we go one step further and look at the application selection.
    By Tolga BALCI May 24, 2011 

  • The Basics of the Linux Shutdown Command

    Clear up your confusion over how to properly use the Linux shutdown command when working in a shell.
    By Sam OBrien May 22, 2011 

  • Recovering Corrupted or Lost Files from a FAT Partition with Linux

    Using a number of free and open source file recovery utilities, you can get back lost files from USB flash drives, memory cards, or other storage devices using the common FAT file system.
    By Chad Anderson May 20, 2011 
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