Admin Workshop: Logrotate Insider Tips: LogrotateDec 31, 2005
Every multi-purpose Linux system produces an enormous amount of log data. To prevent your hard disk from overflowing, a rotating helper application archives logs and gets rid of obsolete data.more »
Admin Workshop: Unix filesystem tree Insider Tips: The Unix filesystem treeNov 30, 2005
Unix systems organize files in a hierarchical filesystem tree. A system of naming conventions defined in the Filesystem Hierarchy Standard (FHS) helps admins find their way around.more »
Captive NTFS Accessing partitions on dual-boot systemsJul 31, 2005
Why reboot every time you need to access data on the other side of your dual boot system? We’ll introduce you to Captive NTFS – a free tool for reaching Windows NTFS partitions from Linux. We’ll also show you some handy tools for reading Linux partitions from Windows.more »
Configuring Dual Boot Putting Linux and Windows on a single hard diskJul 31, 2005
When two systems share a single computer, a boot manager handles the prompts that determine which system to boot. We’ll show you several multiple boot scenarios and describe how to set up your system for dual booting Linux with Windows.more »
Windows Integration Intro Tools and techniques for Windows integrationJul 31, 2005
User-Mode Linux Getting started with User-Mode LinuxApr 30, 2005
User-Mode Linux feels like Linux because it is Linux. You’ll find a hundred uses for this fast and sensible virtual Linux systemmore »
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New rules emphasize collegiality in coding.
Upstart lands in the dust bin as a new era begins for Linux.
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