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exelens 14.07.2010 08:56

English — 10 Things After Installing Arch Linux

Upgrade Everything
When you install Arch you are installing a “snapshot” of where Arch was at the time that .iso was released. This means, depending on how recently it was released, many, many packages will be out-of-date. To update the entire system you only need to issue one, simple command as root:
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Username 20.03.2010 15:37

English — Kubuntu != Ubuntu

Весьма интересная запись в блоге чувака, срывающего покровы рассказывающего о проекте Kubuntu и его отличиях от Ubuntu.

Achtung! Много английских букаф
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exelens 14.01.2010 10:07

EnglishЗаметил пару интересных топиков про Линукс в буржунете

Crysis on Gentoo Linux (HD)
По ссылке чел запускает Кризис в Генте. ММмм надо тоже попробовать =)

Достаточно инетерсный блог для не искушёного Линуксоида http://www.benkevan.com/blog/
Installing Arch Linux on an Existing LVM Partition
Installing BackTrack Linux 4 – Security Distribution

А что интересного за последнее время видели Вы?
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exelens 12.11.2009 09:12

English — Build your own Linux distribution the easy way

Many people want to create their own Linux distro, perhaps for fun, perhaps to help them learn more about Linux, or perhaps because they have serious neds to solve. But the secret is this: it doesn't need to be hard to get the perfect distro for you. In fact, we've put together several ways that everyone - yes, even you - can make your own perfectly customised distro that suits your individual needs, applying as many or as few changes as you want - it's your Linux, your way.

Mainstream Linux distro developers have to make decisions that affect thousands of potential users. Should they include or remove a particular package? Should they apply a patch that may break compatibility with older machines? These matters are discussed fiercely in forums where trolls growl, flames burn and project leaders defend their decisions against an onslaught of dissidents.

But as an individual you have none of these issues. You can install and remove packages as and when you want to, and you can choose whether to install free or non-free software on your system. Why should you have to live with community decisions when you can make Linux work your way? However, the distribution you install will likely contain drivers and components that you don't really want or need on your system. Not only that, the software you always install on every new system has to be downloaded and installed separately each time, which is time-consuming and inconvenient.

That's where we come in. If you spend more time programming than you do playing games, you could replace the game packages with your favourite IDE. Or why not remove drivers for hardware you'll never need and save disk space? Those of you who found useful speed increases in our guide to making Linux faster could even apply those tweaks automatically from the install stage.

We've talked about how to build your own Linux distro from scratch before, but this time we're more interested in how to respin existing distros in various ways to get the end results you want, starting with the very easiest and ending with the hardest. Sound good? Let's go!
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exelens 10.11.2009 08:36

English — Windows 7 VS Ubuntu Linux 9.10

After using both operating systems for months now i am convinced that both have made a big change to there overall systems and how they plan to move on to the future
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exelens 26.10.2009 08:33

English — Linux Friendly Audiobooks

When people first think of getting audiobooks online, they probably think of Audible. But, Audible has one really big problem: DRM (Digital Rights Management). I.e. every book you buy from Audible is encrypted so that you can only listen to it using a very limited number of applications and media devices. There is no application for Linux to play Audible audiobooks, and Android devices don’t support playing Audible files (yet anyway) either. Quite frankly, when you purchase a book from Audible, you are not buying it, you are only renting it. Even if you have a player that is compatible now, in 5 years when you get the urge to listen again, it is likely that your new device or computer will no longer be able decrypt the file. If you are lucky, Audible may pull an Apple and offer to remove the DRM from the file for additional cash out of your pocket; so you can finally own the book you thought you already bought. However, there is no guarantee of even that…
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exelens 26.10.2009 08:32

English — Build Your Own City In Real-Time Strategy Game Unknown Horizons

Unknown Horizons is a FREE and open-source, real-time 2D strategy game for Windows and Linux. The game emphasis on economy and
Expand your small settlement to a strong and wealthy colony, collect taxes and supply your inhabitants with valuable goods. Increase your power with a well balanced economy and with strategic trade and diplomacy.

Unknown Horizons is loosely oriented on Sunflowers Anno series however not a clone of these comercial games nor an engine to play the original content.
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exelens 24.10.2009 00:00

English — 25+ Useful Linux and Unix Cheat Sheets

This is my first post on Cheat sheets. Actually Cheat sheet is a concise set of notes used for quick reference. Cheat sheets will contain most of the shortcuts needed to program faster. And it is meant for newbie users who can’t remember the shortcuts or commands.

In this post , I have collected almost 27 Cheat sheets available for Linux users. These Cheat sheets will contain Linux command lines, Linux security, Linux administration, Gnome/KDE, sed/awk/vim, and distribution specific codes.

You may think that one cheat sheet is just enough for me , so why should I need to look at so many cheat sheets. According to me some cheat sheets may miss some points so its better to Look through all of them and then choose the top 5-10 you think will help you the most. After that you can Print them out and hang them on the wall around your desk for quick reference.
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exelens 17.10.2009 18:12

English — Gentoo: “We're Not Dead” (Очень интересная статейка.)

In 2008 the Gentoo Foundation ceased to exist, sending rumors of Gentoo’s demise and ultimate death circulating around the Internet. Almost two years on, the distro is still here and celebrating its 10th anniversary. How close did the distro come to disaster, and where does it stand now?
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exelens 17.10.2009 16:10

EnglishThe NEW PCLinuxOS Magazine October 2009 issue released.

The NEW PCLinuxOS Magazine October 2009 issue released.

The NEW PCLinuxOS Magazine staff is pleased to announce the release of the October 2009 issue of the PCLinuxOS Magazine. The NEW PCLinuxOS Magazine is a product of the PCLinuxOS community, published by volunteers from the community. The magazine is lead by Paul Arnote, Chief Editor, and Andrew Strick, Assistant Editor. The NEW PCLinuxOS Magazine is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-Share-Alike 3.0 Unported license, and some rights are reserved.
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