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Linux Software Applications - Index
You see categories of Linux software applications. Click on the links to view information and resources for each category of Linux software; both freeware and commercial products.

Database Systems
Review of database servers and clients.

Educational Software
Software for teaching and learning

Review of mail servers for Linux
Overview of mail servers for Linux

Linux Mac OSX Compatibility
Introduction to MacPorts, a system that gives OS X users access to thousands of open source Linux applications

The Best And Worst Free Chess Games For Linux
Here is a guide to the best chess games that you will find for Linux including online multiplayer options, good AI, full rules and good graphics

Linux GUI vs. Command Line
GUI (Graphical User Interface) and Command Line (CLI), each have advantages. But in Linux, the combination of GUI and CLI can achieve greater things.

Linux and Computing Glossaries and Acronyms
Linux glossary, Unix glossary, computing glossaries, and acronyms.

What Is The Different Between A Compiled And Interpreted Languages?
This guide details the differences between compiled code and interpreted code. What are the pros and cons of using compiled languages like C and Java

Linux HowTos
Step-to-step guides and how-to articles helping you with specific Linux tasks.

Bash How-To
Solutions, instructions, and examples for writing bash scripts.

File System Navigation
Commands, tricks, and strategies for exploring and navigating a Linux file system

How To Use Nautilus To Connect To The Raspberry PI
This guide shows how to connect to the Raspberry PI using Linux and the Nautilus File Manager making it the easiest way to copy files to the PI

Linux and Technology News
This page is a news portal. This is one place where you can get Linux and technology news from major news agencies and tech journals around the world.

The Top 10 Linux Distributions Of All Time
Here is a guide to the top 10 Linux distributions of all time. The list contains 28 distros which have ranked in the top 10 on Distrowatch

The Top 10 Linux Distributions Of All Time
Here is a guide to the top 10 Linux distributions of all time. The list contains 28 distros which have ranked in the top 10 on Distrowatch

The Top 10 Linux Distributions Of All Time
Here is a guide to the top 10 Linux distributions of all time. The list contains 28 distros which have ranked in the top 10 on Distrowatch

Linux Commands and Shell Commands
There are two kinds of commands used in Linux: Built-in Shell Commands and Linux Commands.

Commands for Printing
Description and examples for Linux commands for printing and formatting text.

Example Uses Of The Linux Curl Command
The curl command can be used to upload and download files using HTTP, FTP and other protocols. This guide shows some common usages of curl

Linux Newbie Desktop Guide
The all new Linux Newbie Desktop Guide is a collection of articles and how to guides showing how to do the basics within desktop Linux.

Linux Documentation
Information, descriptions, and how-to articles about the Linux operating system and Linux distributions useful for administration and running software

What Is Curl And Why Would You Use It?
This page provides information about the Linux curl command and why you would use it over the wget command.

Multitasking: Background and Foreground Process in Linux
Linux is a multitasking operating system. Among its unique features are

Open Source Issues
Issues related to the Open Source Movement – licenses, organizations, projects, discussions and debates.

Which Is The Best Compression Tool For Linux?
This article compares the zip, gzip and bzip2 compression tools to see which one provides the best results in terms of file reduction.

The Best Linux Audio Programs For Linux
Here is a guide to 7 of the best audio programs for Linux including Rhythmbox, Banshee, Quod Libet, Amarok, Clementine, gPodder and StreamTuner

How To Use "bzip2" To Compress Files
This guide shows how to use the bzip2, bunzip2 and bzip2recover commands to compress files into the bz2 format.

Example Uses Of The "gunzip" Command
This guide shows you how to use the gunzip command to decompress files which have the extension

Example Uses Of The gzip Command
This guide provides example uses of the gzip command such as compressing files, compressing folders and changing compression levels

The Definition Of Verbose Output
This page provides a definition for the term verbose and how verbose output is defined and used within Linux

How To Use Linux To Find The Names Of The Devices On Your Computer
This guide shows how to list your devices such as hard drives, PCI devices and USB devices using Linux

Linux Distributions – Index
List of 100 Linux distributions; List of the most popular Linux distributions; List of CD-based Linux distributions. Links here will lead you to information and resources for Linux distros.

Should You Upgrade To Ubuntu 16.04 From Ubuntu 14.04
When is the right time to upgrade from Ubuntu 14.04 to Ubuntu 16.04? This guide helps you make that decision by looking at the reasons you might want to.

4 Ways To Know Whether Linux Will Run On Your Computer
This guide provides 4 ways to find out whether Ubuntu Linux will work on your computer or not

Understand the Linux Command Init
Init runs at boot time and starts all the background processes. Here's how it all works (and what changes you can make).

Customize The Enlightenment Desktop - Part 3 - Screens
How to customize the Enlightenment Desktop Environment - Part 3 - How to increase the number of virtual desktops and set different desktop wallpapers.

Customise The Enlightenment Desktop - Part 3 - Screens
This is the 3rd part in the series showing how to customise the Enlightenment Desktop Environment covering screen locking. Page 2.

Customise The Enlightenment Desktop - Part 3 - Screens
This is part 3 of the guide showing how to customise the Enlightenment Desktop Environment including Screen Blanking. Page 3.

A Basic Overview Of The Kdenlive Video Editor For Linux
This is an overview to the Kdenlive video editor. It shows you how to create videos, add clips and titles, how to arrange a timeline and how to add effects.

What You Should Know About the sudo Command
This guide shows how to use the sudo command to run linux commands as another user or administrator.

Beginners Guide To Bash - Conditions And Variables
This is the 3rd part of the BASH tutorial for beginners written by a BASH beginner. This guide provides a guide to conditional statements and introduces why variables are useful

How To Choose The Best Linux Distro For Your Needs
This guide provides a list of the top 25 distributions and gives a brief description as well as key information such as expertise required.

GNU/Linux Command-Line Tools Summary - Controlling Processes
A list of Controlling Processes, or a GNU/Linux Command-Line Tools Summary.

GNU/Linux Command-Line Tools - Controlling Processes
Learn more about Linux command-line tools that allow you to control processes. Page 2.

GNU/Linux Command-Line Tools Summary
There are many command-line tools for controlling processes in Linux. Learn more about them here. Page 3.

Do You Need A Swap Partition?
Do you need a swap partition when running Linux? What happens when your computer runs out of memory? Should I use an SSD for my swap partition?

Turn Your Desktop Computer Into An Audio Server Using Rhythmbox
Turn Your Desktop Computer Into An Audio Server Using Rhythmbox

Show The Lyrics For Songs Within Rhythmbox
How to show the lyrics for the current song within Rhythmbox

Listen To Internet Radio Within Rhythmbox
Listen to your favourite radio stations from within Rhythmbox

Listen To Podcasts Within Rhythmbox
Listen to your favourite Linux based podcasts using Rhythmbox

Keyboard Shortcuts Within Rhythmbox
Keyboard Shortcuts Within Rhythmbox

Summary
The complete guide to Rhythmbox including links to further information

How To Import Music From An FTP Site Into Rhythmbox
This guide shows how to import music from an FTP server into Rhythmbox

Using Rhythmbox As A DAAP Client
Use Rhythmbox as a DAAP client to play music stored on a DAAP server

Creating Playlists With Rhythmbox
How to create playlists in Rhythmbox

Create An Automatic Playlist In Rhythmbox
How to create an automatic playlist using Rhythmbox

Create An Audio CD From Within Rhythmbox
How to create an audio CD from a playlist within Rhythmbox.

A Look At Rhythmbox Plugins
Extend the features within Rhythmbox by using Plugins

Importing Music Into Rhythmbox From A CD
How to import audio CDs into Rhythmbox and change the format from OGG to MP3

Importing Music Into Rhythmbox From A Folder
This guide shows how to import audio files into Rhythmbox from a folder

Your Complete Guide To Rhythmbox
The complete guide to Rhythmbox includes sections on importing music, creating playlists, importing and exporting to CD and setting up a DAAP server.

How To Unzip Files Using The Linux Command Line
This guide shows practical examples for using the Linux unzip command including listing the contents of a file and unzipping password protected files

The Linux Top Command
This guide shows how to use the Linux top command to view the processes on your computer and explains the meaning of the information displayed

Do You Need A Home Partition?
Do you need a home partition when using Linux? How big should a home partition be? Can you share a home partition between Linux distributions?

How Do I Partition My Hard Drive? - Linux Newbie Guide
Learn how to partition a Linux hard drive with these instructions.

Linux Newbie Administrator Guide - 2.10 How do I partition my hard drive?
Linux Newbie Administrator Guide: 2.10 How do I partition my hard drive? Page 2.

Linux Newbie Administrator Guide
Check out this summary of the standard Linux partition types for a quick reference guide. Page 3.

Linux Newbie Administrator Guide - 2.10 How do I partition my hard drive?
Linux Newbie Administrator Guide: 2.10 How do I partition my hard drive? Page 4.

The Linux Loadable Kernel Module How-To - 15.3. SCSI Drivers
The Linux Loadable Kernel Module How-To: 15.3. SCSI Drivers

Linux Loadable Kernel Module - 15.3. SCSI Drivers
Find out more about the different SCSI low-level drivers. Page 2.

The Linux Loadable Kernel Module - 15.3. SCSI Drivers
Learn all about the different SCSI low-level drivers in this Linux guide. Page 3.

How To Guide for the Linux Loadable Kernel Module
Learn more about SCSI drivers in this how-to guide for the Linux loadable kernel module. Page 4.

Text-Terminals on Linux - 14.1 Getty (used in /etc/inittab)
Learn how to have a login process run on a serial port (and the terminal connected to it) when the computer starts up, by putting a getty command into the /etc/inittab file.

14.1 Getty (used in /etc/inittab) - Text-Terminals on Linux
Text-Terminals on Linux: 14.1 Getty (used in /etc/inittab). Page 2.

Text-Terminals on Linux - 14.1 Getty
The Getty command allows a login process to run on a serial port. Learn more about how to use this command. Page 3.

Text-Terminals on Linux: 14.1 Getty
Check out this guide to using Getty in linux. Page 4.

The State Of Linux Voice Recognition
This guide looks at voice recognition software within Linux and determines whether it is viable to use it for dictation purposes.

Should You Encrypt Your Home Folder?
This article suggests the reasons why you encrypt your Linux Home folder as well as providing links to counter arguments as to why you shouldn't

Customise The XFCE Desktop Environment - Customise The Whisker Menu
A guide to adding the Whisker menu to XFCE

Customize The XFCE Desktop Environment
This guide shows how to customize the XFCE desktop environment.

Customise The XFCE Desktop Environment - Change The Desktop Wallpaper
How to change the desktop wallpaper using the XFCE desktop environment

Customise The XFCE Desktop Environment - Change The Desktop Icons
How to change the icons that appear within the XFCE desktop environment

Customise The XFCE Desktop Environment - Add A Dash
How to add Slingscold to Ubuntu and the XFCE desktop environment

Customise The XFCE Desktop Environment - Add Cairo Dock
Add Cairo-Dock to the XFCE desktop environment for a really stylish docking panel

Customise The XFCE Desktop Environment - Summary
This guide shows how to customise the whole of the XFCE desktop environment.

Customise The XFCE Desktop Environment - Adding Panels
This guide shows how to add and remove panels using the XFCE desktop environment

Customise The XFCE Desktop Environment - Turn On Window Compositing
Turn on compositing in XFCE using the Windows Manager Tweak tool

Customise The XFCE Desktop Environment - Add Items To An XFCE Panel
This guide shows how to add items to an XFCE panel

Solving application menu issues with the XFCE panel
How to fix LibreOffice and Other Application Menu issues with XFCE when installed within Ubuntu

Adding Launchers To An XFCE Panel
This guide shows how to add application launchers to an XFCE panel

Customise The XFCE Desktop Environment - The Applications Menu
This guide shows how to add an application menu to the XFCE panel

Customise The XFCE Desktop Environment - Add The Whisker Menu
How to add the Whisker menu to the XFCE Panel

How To Customize Ubuntu With The Unity Tweak Tool
This guide introduces you to the Unity Tweak Tool which makes it possible to customize many aspects of the Unity desktop environment within Ubuntu.

How To Customize Ubuntu With The Unity Tweak Tool
This guide introduces you to the Unity Tweak Tool which makes it possible to customize many aspects of the Unity desktop environment within Ubuntu.

Linux - The Unix Revolution
A review of the history of Linux and how it has turned the evolution of Unix into a revolution in the world of operating systems. Learn why Linux the best choice as an operating system for the PCs of millions of people around the world.

Linux, the Ultimate Unix - Computing
What makes it the best choice as the operating system for PCs for millions of people around the world. Page 2.

How To Install Fedora Linux In 10 Easy Steps
Fedora Linux a great alternative to Windows. Herešs how to install it on your current PC (assuming you have a standard BIOS).

How To Install Fedora Linux In 10 Easy Steps
Fedora Linux a great alternative to Windows. Herešs how to install it on your current PC (assuming you have a standard BIOS).

How To Install Fedora Linux In 10 Easy Steps
Fedora Linux a great alternative to Windows. Herešs how to install it on your current PC (assuming you have a standard BIOS).

How To Install Fedora Linux In 10 Easy Steps
Fedora Linux a great alternative to Windows. Herešs how to install it on your current PC (assuming you have a standard BIOS).

How To Install Fedora Linux In 10 Easy Steps
Fedora Linux a great alternative to Windows. Herešs how to install it on your current PC (assuming you have a standard BIOS).

How To Install Fedora Linux In 10 Easy Steps
Fedora Linux a great alternative to Windows. Herešs how to install it on your current PC (assuming you have a standard BIOS).

How To Install Fedora Linux In 10 Easy Steps
Fedora Linux a great alternative to Windows. Herešs how to install it on your current PC (assuming you have a standard BIOS).

How To Install Fedora Linux In 10 Easy Steps
Fedora Linux a great alternative to Windows. Herešs how to install it on your current PC (assuming you have a standard BIOS).

How To Install Fedora Linux In 10 Easy Steps
Fedora Linux a great alternative to Windows. Herešs how to install it on your current PC (assuming you have a standard BIOS).

How To Install Fedora Linux In 10 Easy Steps
Fedora Linux a great alternative to Windows. Herešs how to install it on your current PC (assuming you have a standard BIOS).

How To Create A UEFI Bootable Ubuntu USB Drive in Windows
Create a UEFI bootable Ubuntu USB drive. Step 1, download Ubuntu and extract the ISO using 7-Zip

Check The USB Drive Has An Active Partition
How to check whether your UEFI bootable Ubuntu USB drive has an active partition.

Turn Off Fast Startup
Creating a UEFI bootable Ubuntu USB drive. Turn off fast startup.

Reboot Windows And Boot Into Ubuntu
Creating a UEFI bootable Ubuntu USB drive. Rebooting Windows and loading Ubuntu for the first time.

The UEFI Boot Menu
Creating a UEFI bootable Ubuntu USB drive. The UEFI Boot menu

Troubleshooting
Create a UEFI bootable Ubuntu USB drive - Troubleshooting

Make the Ubuntu USB Drive Persistent
Create a UEFI bootable Ubuntu USB drive - Add a casper-rw file for persistence

Edit Grub To Add Persistence
Create a UEFI bootable Ubuntu USB Drive - Add persistence to Grub

How To Install Ubuntu Linux On Windows 10
This guide shows you how to install Ubuntu using Windows 10 without harming your hard drive in 24 easy to follow steps, complete with images.

How To Install Ubuntu Linux On Windows 10
This guide shows you how to install Ubuntu using Windows 10 without harming your hard drive in 24 easy to follow steps, complete with images.

How To Install Ubuntu Linux On Windows 10
This guide shows you how to install Ubuntu using Windows 10 without harming your hard drive in 24 easy to follow steps, complete with images.

How To Dual Boot Windows 8.1 And Debian Jessie
This guide shows you how to dual boot Windows 8.1 and Debian Jessie

How To Dual Boot Windows 8.1 And Debian Jessie
This guide shows you how to dual boot Windows 8.1 and Debian Jessie

How To Dual Boot Windows 8.1 And Debian Jessie
This guide shows you how to dual boot Windows 8.1 and Debian Jessie

How To Dual Boot Windows 8.1 And Debian Jessie
This guide shows you how to dual boot Windows 8.1 and Debian Jessie

How To Dual Boot Windows 8.1 And Debian Jessie
This is a step by step guide to dual booting Windows 8.1 and Debian.

How To Dual Boot Windows 8.1 And Debian Jessie
This guide shows how to dual boot Windows 8.1 and Debian Jessie

How To Dual Boot Windows 8.1 And Debian Jessie
This guide shows you how to dual boot Windows 8.1 and Debian Jessie

How To Dual Boot Windows 8.1 And Debian Jessie
This guide shows you how to dual boot Windows 8.1 and Debian Jessie

How To Dual Boot Windows 8.1 And Debian Jessie
This guide shows you how to dual boot Windows 8.1 and Debian Jessie

Linux System Administrator's Guide - The /dev directory
A Linux System Administrator's Guide for the /dev directory, which contains the special device files for all the devices.

Linux System Administrator's Guide - The /dev directory
Linux System Administrator's Guide: The /dev directory. Page 2.

Linux System Administrator's Guide - The /dev directory
Linux System Administrator's Guide: The /dev directory. Page 3.

Prepare The Windows PE Image
Choose the Windows Image File to use for creating the Macrium Reflect Recovery Disk.

Installing Macrium Reflect - The Installation
Install Macrium Reflect in order to create and restore recovery media

Installing Macrium Reflect - Custom Setup
Choose the installation features for Macrium Reflect in order to create a Windows recovery disk.

Summary
Macrium Reflect lets you backup Windows and Linux partitions to external media such as hard drives, USB drives and even DVDs.

Choose The Partitions You Wish To Backup
Backup all your Windows and Linux partitions to a recovery drive so that they can be restored in case of an emergency.

Create Full Recovery Disk Image
To create a recovery image of all your partitions you will need a USB drive or external hard drive.

Download Macrium Reflect
Download the Macrium Reflect Download Package and run the agent to download the software in order to create Windows recovery media.

Create Macrium Rescue Media
Create a recovery DVD or USB drive using Macrium Reflect.

Installing Macrium Reflect - Welcome Message
Install Macrium Reflect to create a disk image of all or selected partitions on your hard drive.

Create A Macrium Reflect Recovery DVD
Create a Macrium Reflect Recovery DVD in order to restore a Windows Disk Image in the event of disaster

Create An Image Of Any Or All Partitions Of Your Hard Drive
Create an image of any or all of your partitions of your hard drive

Installing Macrium Reflect - Product Registration
Register Macrium Reflect to receive details about new features and offers

Installing Macrium Reflect - License Key
Use a Macrium Reflect License to backup your system

Installing Macrium Reflect - Extract The Files
Install Macrium Reflect by extracting the files

How To Backup All Versions Of Windows
This guide shows you how to use Macrium Reflect to create recovery media for Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 and 8.1.

Installing Macrium Reflect - The License
Macrium Reflect can be used for personal use to create a Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 and 8.1 recovery image

Introduction to Linux - 5.1.2. The Redirection Operators
Sometimes you will want to put output of a command in a file, or you may want to issue another command on the output of one command. Learn about redirect operators.

Introduction to Linux - 5.1.2. The redirection operators
Introduction to Linux: 5.1.2. The redirection operators. Page 2.

Fix The Android Screen Resolution In VirtualBox
This guide shows how to adjust the screen resolution for Android after you have installed it within Virtualbox. This works for Windows and Linux users

Step 3 - Shrink The Volume
Using the Shrink Volume dialogue within Windows 8 you can create space for installing Linux

Start The Disk Management Tool
Use the Windows 8 disk management tool to prepare space for dual booting Windows 8 and Linux.

Step 2 - Choose the partition to shrink
To make space for Linux use the disk management tool to shrink the OS partition.

How to Choose a Linux Distribution
Summaries and comparisons of popular Linux versions (

How To Create An Elementary OS Live USB Drive
This guide shows how to create a bootable Elementary OS USB drive which will work on all computers.

What Is A Noarch Package?
Have you ever wondered what the noarch means when looking through the repositories of Fedora, CentOS or openSUSE? This article gives you the answer.

expect Linux / Unix Command - Instructions and Examples
Instructions and examples for using the command expect, a program that

A Look at the Linux / Unix Command: expect
Take a look at everything you can do with the Linux command expect, including examples. Page 2.

The Linux / Unix Command: expect
Instructions and examples for using the command expect. Page 3.

How To Install Puppy Linux Tahr On A USB Drive
This guide shows the correct way to install Puppy Linux Tahr to a USB drive.

Download Puppy Linux Tahr And Create A DVD
Download Puppy Linux Tahr and burn the ISO to a DVD or use UNetbootin to create a booable USB

Install Puppy Linux Tahr To A USB Drive
The Puppy Linux Universal Installer can be used to create Puppy Linux USB drives, DVDs and install Puppy Linux to a hard drive

Using The Puppy Linux Universal Installer
To create a Puppy Linux USB drive use the Universal Installer

Choose Where To Install Puppy Linux To
To create a Puppy Linux USB drive use the Universal Installer and choose the drive to install Puppy Linux to

Choose How To Partition Your Puppy Linux USB Drive
The Universal Installer lets you partition your USB drive the way you want to in order to install Puppy Linux

Installing The Puppy Linux Bootloader
Install the Puppy Linux bootloader so that the USB drive can boot.

Puppy Linux Installation - Final Sanity Check
Choose whether to boot Puppy Linux from RAM and create an SFS file for persistence

Where Are The Puppy Linux Files?
To install Puppy Linux you have to specify the location of the Puppy Linux files.

How To Compress Files Using The Linux Command Line
This guide shows 16 practical uses of the zip command including fixing broken archives, creating split archives, encryption and more

Wubi - Install Linux Like a Windows Application
Wubi is an installation program for Microsoft Windows that installs the Linux distribution Ubuntu on a computer running Microsoft Windows such that the user can choose either of the two operating systems when the computer starts up.

Mounting an NFS Volume - Linux Network Administrators
Linux Network Administrators Guide: Mounting an NFS Volume

Linux Network Administrators Guide - Mounting an NFS Volume
Find out if you should hard- or soft-mount your NFS volume. Page 2.

Unix: Your First Java Program on Unix
Ready to brew your first cup of Java on Unix? Here are some detailed instructions that will guide you through programming a simple Java application on Unix.

Your First Java Progam on Unix
Detailed instructions for programming your first Java application on Unix. Page 2.

Java on Uinx for Beginners
Brew your first cup of Java on Unix. Page 3.

Linux Newbie Administrator Guide - 5.3 Working with X-windows
Linux Newbie Administrator Guide: 5.3 Working with X-windows

Unix Operating System: Is It for You?
An introduction of operating systems and the advantages of Unix operating systems.

What Is a Linux Shell and What Are Shell Levels?
What is a Linux shell, what types of shell are there, what is a shell level and how can you view it using the $SHLVL variable

How To Find Linux Commands And Programs Using Whereis
The whereis command in Linux can be used to search for the physical binary files, the source code and the manuals for a program.

VNC Remote Desktop on Linux
Instructions and examples for using the VNC remote desktop functionality on Linux

The Ultimate Windows 7 And Ubuntu Linux Dual Boot Guide
The Ultimate Windows 7 And Ubuntu Linux Dual Boot Guide with screenshots and easy to follow steps

Connect To The Internet
Ultimate Guide To Dual Booting Windows 7 And Ubuntu Linux - Choose Your Network

Preparing To Install Ubuntu
Ultimate Guide To Dual Booting Windows 7 And Ubuntu Linux - Be Prepared

Choose Your Installation Type
Ultimate Guide To Dual Booting Windows 7 And Ubuntu Linux - Installation Type

Create Partitions Manually
Ultimate Guide To Dual Booting Windows 7 And Ubuntu Linux - Create Ubuntu Partition

Write The Changes To Disks
Ultimate Guide To Dual Booting Windows 7 And Ubuntu Linux - Accept Warning

Add A User
Ultimate Guide To Dual Booting Windows 7 And Ubuntu Linux - Create A User

Step 2 - Create Space On Your Hard Drive
Ultimate Guide To Dual Booting Windows 7 And Ubuntu Linux - Create Space

Shrink The Windows Partition
Ultimate Guide To Dual Booting Windows 7 And Ubuntu Linux - Shrink Windows

How The Disk Looks After Shrinking Windows
Ultimate Guide To Dual Booting Windows 7 And Ubuntu Linux - Unallocated Space

Create A Bootable USB or DVD
Ultimate Guide To Dual Booting Windows 7 And Ubuntu Linux - Create A Bootable DVD or USB Drive

Boot Into Live Ubuntu Session
Ultimate Guide To Dual Booting Windows 7 And Ubuntu Linux - Boot Into Ubuntu Live Session

Troubleshooting
Ultimate Guide To Dual Booting Windows 7 And Ubuntu Linux - Troubleshooting Booting Into Ubuntu Live Session

Choose Your Language
Ultimate Guide To Dual Booting Windows 7 And Ubuntu Linux - Choose Your Language

Choose Your Timezone
Ultimate Guide To Dual Booting Windows 7 And Ubuntu Linux - Choose Timezone

Choose Keyboard Layout
Ultimate Guide To Dual Booting Windows 7 And Ubuntu Linux - Choose Keyboard Layout

Complete The Installation
Ultimate Guide To Dual Booting Windows 7 And Ubuntu Linux - Complete The Installation

Take A Backup
Ultimate Guide To Dual Booting Windows 7 And Ubuntu Linux - Take A Backup

Computer Operating Systems: Unix vs Windows
An introduction to operating systems and the advantages of Unix operating systems.

Bash If Statement (Conditionals)
Instructions and examples for writing IF-statements in a Bash shell script

Bash Subshells and Parallel Processing
Instructions and examples for parallel processing using subshells

How to Temporarily Change Linux Accounts and Privileges
Instructions and examples for changing the current account using the su and sudo commands

How to Write Bash WHILE-Loops
Instructions and examples for writing WHILE-loops in a bash shell

Linux Network Administrators Guide: Writing Hosts/Files
Linux Network Administrators Guide: Writing hosts and networks Files.

Linux Network Administrators Guide - Writing hosts and networks Files
Linux Network Administrators Guide: Writing hosts and networks Files. Page 2.

Example uses of the Linux Command unzip
These examples illustrate typical uses of the command unzip for unpackaging

Example Uses of the "xargs" Command
Description and examples of the command xargs, typically used in a command line where the output of one command is passed on as input arguments to another command

Linux Network Administrators Guide - Checking the ARP Tables
Linux Network Administrators Guide: Checking the ARP Tables

Linux Network Administrators Guide - Checking the ARP Tables
Linux Network Administrators Guide: Checking the ARP Tables. Page 2.

Mac OS X Is Not a Linux Distribution, But ...
Common roots and similarities between the operating systems Mac OS X and Linux

Linux Administrator's Guide: Showing and Setting Time
Linux System Administrator's Guide: Showing and setting time

Linux System Administrator's Guide - Showing and setting time
Linux System Administrator's Guide: Showing and setting time. Page 2.

Example Uses of the Commands "nice" and "renice"
Examples of typical uses of the commands nice and renice

Wine - MS Windows Emulator for Linux
Wine is a

Ubuntu IP Masquerading
The purpose of IP Masquerading is to allow machines with private, non-routable IP addresses on your network to access the Internet through the machine doing the masquerading.

Linux Tutorial - Installing Packages on Linux
A basic step-by-step guide with screen shots for new Linux desktop users. Topic: Installing New Packages on Linux.

How to Write AWK Commands and Scripts
Instructions and examples for writing awk statements in a bash shell

How to Add Calculations to a Bash Script
Learn about the number of syntax options you can use in the Bash programming language to evoke arithmetic evaluation of an expression.

How to Pass Arguments to a Bash-Script
Instructions and examples for writing WHILE-loops in a bash shell

Linux System Administrator's Guide: The /var Filesystem
Linux System Administrator's Guide: The /var filesystem

Flight Simulators for Linux
Introduction to popular flight simulators for Linux systems.

Linux/Unix Commands and Shell Commands
There are two kinds of commands that come with each Linux / Unix operating system: The Linux / Unix commands and the built-in shell commands. Here are some of the differences between the two.

Example Uses of the Command "sort"
Examples of typical uses of the command sort to sort lines in a file.

Ubuntu - Generating a Certificate Signing Request (CSR)
Ubuntu Server Guide: Generating a Certificate Signing Request (CSR)

Linux Network Administrators Guide: Managing Mail Aliases
Linux Network Administrators Guide: 18.8.2. Managing Mail Aliases

12 Essential Linux Commands for Newbies
Introduction to the basic set of commands needed to find your way around the Linux file system.

Example uses of the Linux Command mount
Examples of typical uses of the command mount for attaching the file directory of a device or partition to the file directory tree of the Linux system.

Example Uses of the Linux Command "less"
Examples of how to use the program

How to Use the "bc" Calculator in Scripts
Brief overview and examples of how to use the

Example uses of the Linux Command ping
Examples of typical uses of the command ping to check if there is a network connection to another computer.

Linux Tutorial - Accessing the Internet
A basic step-by-step guide with screen shots for new Linux desktop users. Topic: Accessing the Internet.

Example Uses of the Linux Shell Command "rcp"
Examples of typical uses of the command rcp for copying files.

Tarballs - Packaging, Updating, and Installing
Tarballs are the standard, and are common with file extensions such as

Tutorials for New Users of the Linux Desktop
A group of self-study introductory tutorials for using a modern personal computer (PC) running the Linux operating system. After going through the guide the reader should be in a position to start using a Linux desktop for both personal and office use.

Example uses of the Linux Command ftp
Examples of typical uses of the command ftp for remotely copying, renaming, and deleting files.

Ubuntu Add/Remove Applications
Ubuntu Desktop Guide: Add/Remove Applications

Examples of How to Use the Command Sed
Examples of how to use the command

rcp, scp, ftp - Commands For Copying Files Between Computers
There are a number of Linux commands you can use to copy files from one computer to another. The rcp (

Starting the Graphical Desktop - Linux Tutorial
A basic step-by-step guide for new Linux desktop users with screen shots.

Ubuntu Alacarte Menu Editor
Ubuntu comes with the Alacarte Menu Editor, so you can customize your menus and add entries for applications that don't automatically appear after they are installed.

Ubuntu Desktop Guide - Common Commands
Ubuntu Desktop Guide: Common Commands

Kubuntu Desktop Guide - Terminal
Kubuntu Desktop Guide: Terminal. Linux.

Example uses of the Linux shell Command "more"
Examples of typical uses of the command more

Example uses of the Linux Command "sudo"
Examples of typical uses of the command sudo

Symbolic Link (symlink) - Linux/Unix Term Definition
Define symlink (symbolic link) - from the Linux / Unix / Computing glossary at About.com.

Example uses of the Linux Command "time"
Examples of typical uses of the command time

Example uses of the Linux Command ssh
Examples of typical uses of the command ssh

What is /etc/services in Linux / Unix?
Define /etc/services - from the Linux / Unix / Computing glossary at About.com.

Example uses of the Linux Command chmod
Examples of typical uses of the command chmod

Example uses of the Linux shell Command "ps"
Examples of typical uses of the command ps

Linux System Administrator's Guide - mknod Command
Linux System Administrator's Guide: 4.1.2. The mknod command

Connecting to the Internet with Ubuntu
Ubuntu internet connection instructions

What Is the 'rhosts' Mechanism in Linux/Unix?
Define rhosts - from the Linux / Unix / Computing glossary at About.com.

Example uses of the Linux Command rm
Examples of typical uses of the command rm

Copying Directories with "rsync"
If you aren't familiar with the rsync command yet, it may be worth while to give it a spin. While the name and the power of rsync can be intimidating at first,

6 Ways To Open A Ubuntu Application
This guide shows Ubuntu users how to open applications in 6 different ways. These include using the launcher, the dash, HUD, terminal and shortcuts

How To Mount DVDs And CD-Roms Using Ubuntu
This guide shows how to mount a DVD using the Ubuntu Command Line as well as showing how to use graphical tools to do the same thing

5 Ways To Open A Terminal Console Window Using Ubuntu
This guide shows 5 ways to open a terminal window using Ubuntu and gives reasons as to why you might want to use one.

Download And Listen To Songs From Online Radio Stations using StreamTuner
This guide shows you how to listen to over 100 online radio stations and download tracks using the StreamTuner application

Linux 101
Linux: Basic information and step-by-step tutorials.

Subscribe And Manage Podcasts Using gPodder
This guide shows the best way to subscribe to podcasts, download and organise them within Linux

Linux Distribution Reviews and How-To Tips
Linux runs the Internet. And now your PC, too. Let's see which Linux distribution is right for you and which software is best for your needs.

How To Force Users To Change Their Passwords
This guide shows how to show password expiry information for a user, how to set an expiry date and how to make users change their password regularly

Everything You Need To Know About The Domainname Command
This guide provides an overview to the domainname command which can be used to return or set the NIS domain name for your computer

How To Administer Groups With gpasswd
This guide shows you how to use the gpasswd command to set up and manage groups within Linux

How To List And Kill Processes Using The PGrep And PKill Commands
This guide shows you how to use the Linux pkill command to kill running processes within Linux

List Directory Contents Using The Dir Command
This guide shows how to use the dir command to list files and folders within Linux

How To Change The Linux Mint Cinnamon Keyboard Shortcuts
This guide shows you how to set up custom key bindings in Linux Mint Cinnamon to launch applications, and move windows

How To Change The Linux Mint Cinnamon Keyboard Shortcuts
This guide shows you how to set up custom key bindings in Linux Mint Cinnamon to launch applications, and move windows

The Complete List Of Linux Mint 18 Keyboard Shortcuts For Cinnamon
Here is a list of all the keyboard shortcuts available for the Cinnamon desktop. It contains everything you need to work with workspaces and windows.

The Complete List Of Linux Mint 18 Keyboard Shortcuts For Cinnamon
Here is a list of all the keyboard shortcuts available for the Cinnamon desktop. It contains everything you need to work with workspaces and windows.

The Complete List Of Linux Mint 18 Keyboard Shortcuts For Cinnamon
Here is a list of all the keyboard shortcuts available for the Cinnamon desktop. It contains everything you need to work with workspaces and windows.

The Complete List Of Linux Mint 18 Keyboard Shortcuts For Cinnamon
Here is a list of all the keyboard shortcuts available for the Cinnamon desktop. It contains everything you need to work with workspaces and windows.

Example Uses Of The Linux Which Command
This guide shows how to find where programs are installed using Linux

How To Kill Processes Using Linux
This guide shows how to kill all processes with a given name using Linux

A Guide To The Banshee Audio Player
This is an overview guide to the Banshee audio player, listing its features and a few how to steps to create smart playlists and import podcasts

Linux - Free Online Courses
Want a Linux classroom delivered to your email inbox? Subscribe here the e-courses of your learning desire. These free e-courses ranges from basic to advanced.

7 Ways To Learn Linux In A Structured Manner
This guide provides a list of 7 different online resources which can be used to aid your Linux training.

Find The IP Address For A Domain or The Domain Name Of An IP Address
This guide shows how to get the IP address from a domain name or the domain name from an IP address using Linux

How To Sort Data In A File Using Linux
This guide shows how to use the sort command in Linux to sort data in files and from the output of other commands.

How To Create Symbolic Links Using The ln Command
This guide highlights the difference between hard links and symbolic links in Linux and shows you how to create them.

Example Uses Of The Linux ps Command
This guide provides an overview of the more common uses of the ps command within Linux such as listing, sorting and formatting processes

The Quod Libet Audio Player
Quod Libet is a lightweight audio player providing an intuitive interface and easy access to dozens of online radio stations

Example Uses Of The hostname Command
This guide shows how to use the hostname command to view your computer's name, aliases and domain name.

Example Uses Of The Linux ls Command
This guide introduces you to the ls command which enables you to list all of the files and folders within the Linux terminal

How To Install Android Studio For Linux
This guide shows how to install Android Studio using Linux so that you can develop Android applications and games

Run A Command And Return Time Statistics Using The time Command
This guide shows how to use the time command to get performance and usage statistics from a Linux command.

The feh Command Line Image Viewer
This guide shows how to use the feh command line image viewer for displaying slide shows and setting the wallpaper on a lightweight desktop setup

A Guide To Setting Up And Using Cairo Dock
This guide shows how to install, set up and configure the Cairo Dock panel to make your Linux desktop both visually appealing, stylish and functional.

Everything You Need To Know About The Less Command
This guide shows you how to get the most out of the less command. Read through large files more quickly than using an editor, mark text and search.

Everything You Need To Know About The More Command
This guide tells you everything you need to know about the Linux more command including how to show pages of text at a time and how to search for text

How To Install And Configure Openbox Using Ubuntu
This guide shows how to switch from Unity to Openbox when running Ubuntu. This provides a more speedy desktop environment with more customisation options.

How To Fix A USB Drive Using Ubuntu
This guide shows how to fix a USB drive which is showing incorrect block size errors or won't let you write data to it.

How To Move The Ubuntu Launcher To The Bottom Of The Screen
This guide shows how to use the command line to move the Unity Launcher to the bottom of the screen. It also explains the gsettings command in full.

What Is gksu And Why Would You Use It?
This guide tells you what gksu and gksudo do and how to add an extra option to the Unity Launcher right click menu to run as a root user

How to Show Hidden Files and Folders in Nautilus
This guide shows how to view hidden files and folders using Ubuntu's Nautilus file manager It also shows how to hide files.

Example uses of the Linux Command find
This guide shows how to find files using the Linux terminal. It includes searching for empty files and folders and files older than a certain date

Change The Default Programs Associated With A File Type Using Ubuntu
This guide shows how to change the default applications that are associated with file types in Ubuntu

How To Run A Program At Startup Using Ubuntu
This guide shows how to run an application or script at startup using Ubuntu

How To Clear The History Within The Ubuntu Dash
This guide shows how to clear the history from the Ubuntu Dash. You can clear all of the data, never record history or choose the data you wish to show

Check Disk Space with the Commands du and df
How to quickly find out how much disk space is used and how much disk space is still available using the df and du commands

How To Connect To The Internet Using The Linux Command Line
This guide shows one way to connect to a WI-FI connection from the Linux terminal which will enable you to install packages and download files

A Beginners Guide To Conky
This guide shows how to set up the conky system monitor tool in Linux so that you can display important information without using lots of resources

How to navigate your file system using the cd command
This guide shows you how to navigate around the Linux file system using the cd terminal command

Download web pages and files from the net using wget
This guide shows how to download files from http and ftp servers using the Linux command wget

Using The Universal USB Installer To Create A Bootable Xubuntu USB Drive
Create a bootable Xubuntu USB drive using the Universal USB Installer

Create The Persistent Xubuntu USB Drive
Use the Universal USB Installer to create a persistent Linux USB drive

Create A Bootable Xubuntu USB Drive Using Ubuntu's Startup Disk Creator
Use Ubuntu's Startup Disk Creator to create a persistent bootable Xubuntu Linux USB drive

Create A Persistent Bootable Xubuntu USB Drive Using UNetbootin
Create a bootable Xubuntu USB drive with persistence using UNetbootin

How To Create A UEFI Bootable Xubuntu USB Drive
Create a UEFI bootable Xubuntu USB Drive

Downloading Xubuntu And Universal USB Installer
How to download Xubuntu, how to decide which version to choose and how to get the Universal USB Installer

Creating A Persistent Bootable Xubuntu USB Drive
This is a list of 5 reasons for creating a persistent lightweight Xubuntu Linux USB drive and the steps for creating the USB drive

Last Chance To Cancel The Creation Of The Xubuntu USB Drive
A warning appears showing the steps the Universal USB Installer goes through in order to create the Xubuntu System Rescue USB Drive

Reasons Why Linux Is Better Than Windows 10
Here are 10 good reasons why Linux Mint is potentially a better choice than upgrading to Windows 10.

How To Install Lubuntu 16.04 Alongside Windows 10
This guide shows how to dual boot Lubuntu and Windows 10 including creating the USB drive, partitioning, installing Lubuntu and fixing the boot order

How To Try Lubuntu 16.04 Using Windows 10 In 6 Easy Steps
This guide shows how to create a Lubuntu USB drive using Windows 10 which works on computers using the EFI boot loader.

Who Is Logged On To My Computer And What Are They Doing?
This guide shows you how to find out who is logged on to a computer running Linux, what they are doing and how long they have been doing it

How To Validate The MD5 Checksum Of A File
This guide shows how to check the validity of ISO images and large archives which use MD5 as a method for securing them.

4 Ways To Make Lubuntu 16.04 Look Good
This guide shows how to customise the Lubuntu 16.04 desktop to make it more appealing and more useful

How To DisplayThe Date And Time Using The Linux Command Line
This guide shows how to display the date in various ways using the Linux command line

How To Reboot Linux Using The Command Line
This guide shows how to shutdown and reboot your computer using the Linux command line

How To View The End Of A File In Linux With The Tail Command
This guide shows how to show the last few lines of a file using the Linux tail command. You can follow the changes to log files as well as monitor a file until a process ends.

10 Essential Linux Commands For Navigating Your File System
This guide provides 10 useful Linux commands that every user should know for navigating their Linux file system

How To Change The EFI Boot Order With efibootmgr
This guide shows how to change the boot order using efibootmgr, how to provide a menu and how to delete menu options.

How To Delete Files Using The Linux Terminal
This guide shows how to remove files using the Linux command line including how to force a deletion, get a prompt, recursively delete files and folders

How To Find Out Which Directory You Are In With The pwd Command
This guide shows you how to use the pwd command and highlights how to deal with symbolically linked folders.

How To Copy Files Using The Linux cp Command
This guide shows how to copy files and folders around using the Linux command line. It also shows how to create symbolic and hard links.

A Guide To Using The Pacman Package Manager
This guide shows how to use the pacman package manager to install files on an Arch based Linux distribution

A Guide To The Octopi Graphical Package Manager Within Manjaro
This guide shows how to use Octopi to install software using Manjaro Linux and includes a guide to installing Google Chrome.

Display File Contents In Column Format Within The Linux Terminal
This guide shows how to use the Linux column command to display tabular output to the terminal window.

How To Find The Shared Libraries For A Program Using "ldd" Command
This guide shows you how to list dependancies using the ldd command. It also demostrates how to show missing functions and objects

Example Uses Of The Linux Seq Command
This guide shows how to generate a sequence of numbers using the Linux seq command.

Example Uses Of The Linux Cat Command
This guide shows how to use the Linux cat command to create files, display files and join multiple files together

What Is Sudo in Linux?
Define sudo - from the Linux / Unix / Computing glossary at About.com.

TCSEC (DoD Trusted Computer System Evaluation Criteria, CSC-STD-001-83, DoD - What is TCSEC (DoD Trusted Computer System Evaluation Criteria, CSC-STD-
Define TCSEC (DoD Trusted Computer System Evaluation Criteria, CSC-STD-001-83, DoD - from the Linux / Unix / Computing glossary at About.com.

Optimal Use of Fonts on Linux
Information on how to set up fonts on the Linux desktop. Explanation of font rendering including legal issues.

Linux Partition How-To
Documentation on how to plan and create partitions on IDE and SCSI hard drives, partitioning terminology, partition size and location issues.

Technical information about the serial port for Linux programmers
Technical information about the serial port for Linux programmers

Text-Terminal How-To
Information about text terminals on Linux systems. Description of how text terminals work including instructions for installation and configuration.

The Webcam How-To
Information on how to configure and use a webcam with a Linux system.

Linux Ecology How-To
Information on how to Linux computers can be used to protect the environment, e.g., as an aid to save power or paper. Linux can be used with old computers to increase their life span. Games and simulation software can be used for education about the environment and ecological processes.

The Linux Gamers How-To
Documentation on how to set up Linux systems for playing games.

Linux IP Masquerade How-To
Information on how-to set up an network address translation system to enable computers that are not directly connected to the internet connect indirectly through a server that does have a registered Internet IP address.

LILO Boot Manager Mini How-To
Examples on how to use the LILO boot manager.

Linux Loadable Kernel Modules
Explanation of what loadable kernel modules are, and documentation on how to use and create them.

Linux and Windows NT Mini How-To
Instructions on how to install Linux and Windows NT or Windows 2000 as dual-boot systems.

Modem How-To
Documentation on how to set up modems on a Linux system.

Linux Plug and Play How-To
Documentation on how to use addresses, interrupts, and other resources to set up Plug-and-Play (PnP) on PCI bus and ISA bus architectures.

How to install and play the first person shooter computer game Quake on Linux
How to install and play the first person shooter computer game Quake on Linux.

Linux Astronomy How-To
Information about Linux software for astronomy.

Linux Aviation How-To
Information about Linux software for aviation.

Linux Complete Backup and Recovery How-To
Detailed instructions on backing up and restoring a Linux system.

Linux Filesystems How-To
Information about file systems on Linux and other operating systems

Funny Manpages - Funny Man Pages - Linux
Here is a set of miscellaneous humorous manpages (don't take them too seriously!). You've been warned. View them at your own risk. Remind yourself of their tong-in-chick nature. They can be too funny or too offensive or both!

Introduction to Linux - 3.1.2. About partitioning
Introduction to Linux: 3.1.2. About partitioning

Introduction to Linux - About Partitioning
Installing a Linux system? Learn about partitioning the hard disk and the options available. Page 2.

Introduction to Linux - About Partitioning
Take a look at this guide to partitioning and learn how to optimize your Linux installation. Page 3.

Introduction to Linux - 3.2.4. The most important configuration files
Introduction to Linux: 3.2.4. The most important configuration files

Introduction to Linux - 3.3.5. Linking files
Introduction to Linux: 3.3.5. Linking files

Introduction to Linux - Linking files
Introduction to Linux: 3.3.5. Linking files. Page 2.

Introduction to Linux - 4.1.6. SUID and SGID
Introduction to Linux: 4.1.6. SUID and SGID

Introduction to Linux - 4.1.6. SUID and SGID Example
Learn more about the special modes SUID and SGID and how they allow users to execute certain tasks despite tight file permission schemes. Page 2.

Introduction to Linux - 10.1.2. Network configuration and information
Introduction to Linux: 10.1.2. Network configuration and information

Linux - Network Configuration and Information
Introduction to Linux: 10.1.2. Network configuration and information. Page 4.

Introduction to Linux - 10.2.9. Authentication services
Introduction to Linux: 10.2.9. Authentication services

Linux 10.2.9. Authentication Services - Using LDAP
LDAP can be used many ways in Linux since it's an open and configurable protocol. Find out more about this authentication protocol. Page 2.

Main Components of the Linux Desktop
Take this tour around the graphical Linux desktop.

Linux Tutorial - The Shell
A basic step-by-step guide with screen shots for new Linux desktop users. Topic: The Shell.

Linux and ifconfig
Linux Network Administrators Guide: All About ifconfig

ifconfig - Linux Network Administrators Guide
Learn all about ifconfig and what you can do with it in Linux. Page 2.

Linux Network Administrators Guide: All About ifconfig
Linux Network Administrators Guide: All About ifconfig. Page 3.

Linux 4.5.2. The stty Command
Learn more about the stty command in Linux.

Linux Network Administrators Guide - 4.5.2. The stty Command
Linux Network Administrators Guide: 4.5.2. The stty Command. Page 2.

Ubuntu Linux - Linux Distribution
Information and resources for Ubuntu Linux.

Embedded Linux
Articles about Linux embedded in devices other than regular computers. Information about use of Linux in mobile phones, cars, and homes.

Mobile Linux Devices
Review of latest Linux gadgets and linux-enabled electronic devices, including information on where to buy linux notebooks, laptops, mobile phones, and PDAs.

Mobile Linux Software
Free and commercial software for mobile Linux-based devices

Popular Linux Distributions
Resources for the most popular Linux distributions.

Linux Applications Keyboard Shortcuts
Find common keyboard shortcuts available in Linux applications.

linux editors
Editors and programming environments favored by Linux users

Free Computer Games for Linux, Unix, Windows
Fun computer games for the Linux operating system and other systems.

Linux Software for the Internet: Email, FTP, Web Browsers, Web Servers
Linux Software for the Internet: Email, FTP, Web Browsers, Web Servers

Linux Software - Various
Descriptions of Linux software that is not easily categorized.

GNU/Linux Command-Line Tools Summary - File Permissions
GNU/Linux Command-Line Tools Summary: File Permissions

GNU/Linux Command-Line Tools Summary - File Permissions
GNU/Linux Command-Line Tools Summary: File Permissions. Page 2.

GNU/Linux Command-Line Tools Summary: File Permissions
Learn how to list directories like other files without listing their contents with this Linux command-line guide. Page 3.

GNU/Linux Command-Line Graphics Tools Summary
GNU/Linux Command-Line Tools Summary: Graphics tools (command line based)

GNU/Linux Command-Line Tools Summary - Graphics tools (command line based)
Learn more about the command-line tool showrgb. Page 2.

Ubuntu Linux Documentation
Ubuntu Linux Documentation

Ubuntu Linux Computer Games
The best computer games that can be played on Ubuntu Linux.

Ubuntu Linux Packaging Documentation
Ubuntu Linux Packaging Documentation

Ubuntu Linux Server Documentation
Ubuntu Linux Server Documentation

Xubuntu Linux Documentation
Xubuntu Linux Documentation

Web Editors
Collection of editors suitable for web development.

Emacs - Documentations, Manual, FAQ
Emacs is the extensible, customizable, self-documenting real-time display editor. Very popular with Linux/UNIX users, emacs is also more than just an editor. Find emacs documentations, user manual, FAQ here.

Linux Games Quick Reviews
At-A-Glance Quick Reviews of Computer Games for Linux.

Other Mobile Linux Devices
Linux-powered electronic devices with combined or unusual functionalities, including robots

Mobile Linux PDAs
Descriptions and pictures of Linux-based personal digital assistants (PDAs)

Mobile Linux Phones
Linux-Based Mobile Phones

Free Games For Mobile Linux Devices
Free games for cell phones, PDAs, and other mobile devices. Links to hundreds of free games that run on Linux-based Java-enabled mobile phones and other handheld devices.

More Games For Mobile Linux/Java Devices
Various games that run on Linux-based Java-enabled mobile phones and other handheld devices.

Productivity Software For Mobile Linux/Java Devices
Variety of useful programs for Linux/Java phones, including calculators, address books, internet browsers, money management, organizers, travelling applications, editors, and many other applications.

Ringtones
Ringtones for mobile linux devices

Web Browsers for Linux
A selection of web browsers for Linux, all free.

Web Servers for Linux
Web servers for the Linux operating system.

Kubuntu Linux - Linux Distribution
Information and resources for Kubuntu Linux.

KRename - Free Batch Renamer
KRename - Free Batch Renamer. Linux.

Vi Editor
The Vi editor is one of the two most popular text editors for Unix/Linux users. The other one is Emacs (see http://linux.about.com/od/emacs/).

Linux Software: Voice over IP
VoIP software and information about VoIP technology.

Linux Mint
Overview of the Linux distro Mint

CD-Based Linux Distributions
CD-based Linux distribution, also known as run-from-CD Linux distribution, and also known as Linux distribution as a bootable CD. Wonder how they work and if they are you?

EVMS User Guide
EVMS integrates volume management operations, such as disk partitioning, Linux logical volume manager (LVM) and multi-disk (MD) management, and file system tasks, and makes multiple volume management technologies accessible through one interface.

Funny Manpages
Here is a set of miscellaneous humorous manpages (don't take them too seriously!). Warning! Some of these manpages might be treated offensive. You've been warned. View them at your own risk; remind yourself of their tong-in-chick nature.

Introduction to Linux - A Hands on Guide
An overview of the Linux Operating System, presented as an exploration tour and getting started guide for new users. Includes exercises at the end of each chapter.

Linux Network Administrator's Guide
Information for beginners and experienced users on Linux network administration. Covers all important administration functions and activities for managing a Linux network configuration.

Linux System Administrator's Guide
An introduction to system administration for Linux novices.

GNU/Linux Command-Line Tools Summary
Summary of useful command-line tools of a GNU/Linux operating system.

Linux on the Road - Linux for Mobile Devices
Information about Linux on mobile computer devices such as notebook computers, laptops, PDAs, and mobile phones. Includes documentation on installation methods and configurations for various environments.