Make a script that runs on the start of all of the runlevels (except shutdown) that will verify the mac-address, hostname, or or some other data. If...
This is a really good question. I would suggest using some kind of encryption and/or hardware verification. I do not know specifically how you would...
This reading guide (http://www.linux.org/threads/reading-guides-indexes.6034/) may interest you.
You can help yourself and others a lot by making...
I was wondering why you stopped at part one. Good luck.
Many exist on Youtube.
Thanks for your contributions to this website (the Youtube links).
I agree with Ryanvade. At one point, I would always use Oracle's VirtualBox, but then I learned that Qemu is much better.
For those of you that like to sit down and read many articles on a particular subject, then this is the post for you. Here, I made an index of...
Sorry for the delay.
This may be a good start - http://python-xlib.sourceforge.net/?page=documentation
When someone asks something about Python, be sure to tag me ( @DevynCJohnson ). I love Python and it is my preferred and favorite programming...
Use Root privileges for the below commands
yum install ffmpeg
*If that fails, then try
yum localinstall --nogpgcheck...
Thanks for the compliments.
Imagine if a Python website hired me to write Python articles, then people like you could read more. Since this website...
Have you tried using WINE? (http://www.linux.org/threads/installing-and-configuring-windows-emulator-wine.4368/)
I do not have that cert, but all certs can help you gain a better job or get promoted. In my opinion, all certs are great.
Thanks! I am glad to see that I have had a positive influence on your project.
By the way, I have added this thread to this reading guide of mine...
The issue lies in the fact that the article has not been released yet. Think of it as a sneak-peek title. :D
@pane-free , I included your thread in this reading guide of mine - http://www.linux.org/threads/distros-reading-guide.6487/
The Linux+ is a good certification to earn as I have done.
This reading guide is relevant to this thread - http://www.linux.org/threads/windows-linux-reading-guide.6358/
Separate names with a comma.