Linux for The Rest Of Us #56 – An Unexpected Event

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[05:14] Basic Basic
Themes = gui freedom, a example of custom.



[09:52] Get a Glimpse of Unstable Apps in Ubuntu Without Risk – Imagine you can try the absolutely latest version of any app, on your real data, safely, side-by-side with the stable version, without manual compilation, rebooting, virtualization and whatever else, in a few clicks. Sounds good? Sounds awesome to me. And now, it’s real.


[13:02] Monitor Progress With Pipe Viewer – One of the most frustrating things when doing system administration is having no idea how long a process will take to finish or how much progress it’s made. To get a better look at what’s going on, try the Pipe Viewer utility.

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[17:13] How to install Ubuntu Linux on an HP TouchPad.


[23:53] 6 ways to map your mind with Linux – A mind map is a diagram used to represent words, ideas, tasks, or other items linked to and arranged around a central key word or idea. Mind maps are used to generate, visualize, structure, and classify ideas, and as an aid to studying and organizing information, solving problems, making decisions, and writing.


[27:08] 4 way to administer Linux with a web interface.


[29:30] A Guide to Open Source Licensing – If you’re working on or launching an open source project, one of the most basic decisions you must make is which license the project will be released under, and choosing the perfect license is more complex than ever. Over the years, we’ve provided many free guidelines on this topic, but it’s a moving target. In this post, you’ll find our updeated collection of all the things you need to know to make an informed open source license decision.

[35:07] First Look at Jeoss, a Lean and Mean Ubuntu-Based Server Distribution – Jeoss Linux is a compact install-everywhere Ubuntu based server oriented distribution. It is directly-installable even on legacy, limited resource, and embedded x86 platforms. The install process can be controlled from start to finish by the target local console, a remote serial console, or a remote SSH sesion.



[38:55] 10 things people get wrong about open source (images).


[47:02] Install Camfrog Server Advanced 6.0 Linux On Ubuntu 10.10 (Maverick Meerkat)
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[50:31] How to Run Scripts at Ubuntu Startup.


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