Anonymous Email Anonymous Remail with MixmasterApr 30, 2005
Anonymous remail protects the sender’s identity against potential eavesdroppers. The Mixmaster protocol gives users a mature technology for anonymous remail, and the text-based Mixmaster client is an example of a free remailer application.more »
MLDonkey File sharing with MLDonkey and KMLDonkeyMar 31, 2005
The multi-network MLDonkey client gives users access to all the major file sharing networks. We’ll show you how to set up MLDonkey and how you can control the MLDonkey client with a KDE front end called KMLDonkey.more »
DeskTOPia: hsetroot & Esetroot deskTOPia: The hsetroot and Esetroot Background ToolsMar 31, 2005
Users who work long hours on a
desktop computer will appreciate
something eye-catching to relieve
the monotony. The hsetroot and
Esetroot tools offer you more than
an ordinary desktop.more »
Bluetooth Mobile Phones Linking Linux to your Bluetooth Mobile PhoneFeb 28, 2005
It is becoming increasingly common for new generation mobile phones to have an integrated Bluetooth interface. This article explores how to access your Bluetooth phone using Linux.more »
Charly's Column Bootchart The Sysadmin’s Daily Grind: BootchartFeb 28, 2005
What could be more boring than watching a computer run through an error-free boot routine? Why watch for messages that may never appear? Every second you save adds to your valuable leisure time. Bootchart helps you find those valuable leisure moments.more »
Hypermail Archiving Email Messages with HypermailFeb 28, 2005
Hypermail converts email messages to HTML and allows you to group your messages in tidy archives.more »
Encrypting Email Encrypting Email with KMail, Mozilla Thunderbird, and EvolutionFeb 28, 2005
The leading email applications include new features for helping users secure and authenticate their mail messages, but each tool has a different approach to handling tasks such as signing and encryption. This article describes how to add encryption and digital signatures to the Thunderbird, Kmail, and Evolution mail clients.more »
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