I personally recommend getting the Linux+ cert and then move from general to specific.
Aloha! Many of you may know or have seen for yourself that the only difference between Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu, and other *buntus is the...
I think the suggested quiz is harder than it should be for most businesses. However, the sample quiz seems to provide a variety of questions that I...
I have not had problems recently. Just ensure you have the correct drivers and firmware. Also, try to use the latest stable Linux kernel.
zenity --text=`powersave -b`
zenity --info --text="`powersave -b`"
This helps Zenity to receive the "newline" characters from the...
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1. Linux is free
2. Better security
3. open-source that you can change to your particular needs
More info and detailed list on...
Try installing the needed library by typing in a terminal, with Root privileges -
apt-get install libboost-filsystem1.55.0
That is true. Thanks for the suggestion.
Yes, RedHat certs are also great.
There was a Ubuntu cert, but it is now discontinued. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ubuntu_Professional_Certification
Thanks for the excellent advice!
I am "Linux+" certified (plus 3 other certifications), and I strongly recommend certifications. You definitely want to thoroughly understand Linux...
Unfortunately, I do not have the privileges to create new forums or IRC forums for this website. Ask @Rob
Some of these reading guides may help you - http://www.linux.org/threads/reading-guides-indexes.6034/
Also, to get CentOS -...
I am thankful for everything.
As for Tux's Thanksgiving, he would also be eating Apples (OS X), Rabbits (Plan 9), Platypus (Darwin), Racoon (Minix)....
Also (for future reference), keep in mind that 32-bit, x86, i386, i486, i586, etc. do not quite mean the same thing.
Intel 80386 = i386
I have not dealt much with assembly (yet), but I think it may help to read the man pages. Perhaps, there is a parameter you are missing or a...
DeltaRPM is a specific RPM format. The list you have appears to be listing various utilities used to manipulate DeltaRPM files.
I have been on it a few times, but it seems rather isolate/dead.:oops:
Add the needed xdg-mime command to the BASH startup scripts (like ~/.bashrc).
Separate names with a comma.