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Simple Virtual Appliances with Linux and Xen

Use Xen and Linux to make your own ready-to-use software virtual appliances. Create a DNS server, a Web server, a MySQL server—whatever you need, ready to go when you need it. more>>

Xastir—Open-Source Client for the Automatic Packet Reporting System

What do search and rescue, Amateur Radio and Linux have in common? more>>

Hack and / - Dr hjkl Meets the Vimperator

If you want to be a futuristic Web-browsing machine, terminate that mouse, pick up the keyboard, and find out how Vimperator can transform Firefox into a modal half-vim, half-browser cyborg. more>>

Hack and / - Message for You Sir

Why check for new e-mail every minute when a script can do it for you? Learn how to trigger desktop notifications in your own scripts. more>>

Multisession Workstations

Press F1 for bash, F2 for Windows, F3 for Ubuntu, F4 for Mac OS and F5 for Citrix. Linux makes it all possible, and you don't even need a hard drive! more>>

IPv4 Anycast with Linux and Quagga

Ease configuration headaches and improve availability with anycast. more>>

Host Identity Protocol for Linux

Have you ever wondered why your multimedia streams stop working after you switch to a different network with your laptop? Have you thought about why setting up a server on your home network behind a NAT is so awkward or even impossible? Host Identity Protocol for Linux (HIPL) offers a remedy to these and other problems. more>>

Use Linux as a SAN Provider

At one-tenth the cost of the typical commercial appliance, Linux can deliver storage with speed and redundancy. Make the move toward a full-featured iSCSI SAN solution with what you already have in your server room. more>>

Hack and / - Dr hjkl and Mr Hack

Arrow keys, schmarrow keys—some of the best programs out there let you move around from the home row just like vim intended it. more>>

Innovative Interfaces with Clutter

Use Clutter to develop OpenGL applications with rich 2-D and 3-D interfaces that include object rotation, scaling, texturing and more. more>>

Coreboot at Your Service!

Don't let your PC's closed-source BIOS stop you from doing what you want with your hardware. more>>

Linux KVM as a Learning Tool

Low-level system programming is a difficult task, but with Linux KVM, it's a whole lot easier. more>>

Android Everywhere!

Put Android where you'd least expect it—from phones to virtual machines. more>>
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