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The Future Is Open Source – What Does This Mean For Your Business? - Business Matters

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Recently, open source seems to be on everyone’s lips; so much so that it’s easy to accept its existence without feeling the need to investigate it in depth.

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Your Next Network Operating System Is Linux - Slashdot

Your Next Network Operating System Is Linux - Slashdot | linux n stuff | Scoop.it
jrepin writes "Everywhere you look, change is afoot in computer networking. As data centers grow in size and complexity, traditional tools are proving too slow or too cumbersome to handle that expansion.

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Jan Bergmans's curator insight, October 29, 2013 11:01 AM

"Everywhere you look, change is afoot in computer networking. As data centers grow in size and complexity, traditional tools are proving too slow or too cumbersome to handle that expansion. Dinesh Dutt is Chief Scientist at Cumulus Networks. Cumulus has been working to change the way we think about networks altogether by dispensing with the usual software/hardware lockstep, and instead using Linux as the operating system on network hardware. In this week's New Tech Forum, Dinesh details the reasons and the means by which we may see Linux take over yet another aspect of computing: the network itself."

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How To Decide Linux Is Right For You?

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Users trying Linux for the first time, or switch from extra restrictive and costly operating system, are likely to provide a massive growth area for the Linux

 


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Everything you need to know to install SteamOS on your very own computer

Everything you need to know to install SteamOS on your very own computer | linux n stuff | Scoop.it
Valve's Linux-based gaming OS isn't hard to get going, if you mind the pitfalls.

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Jan Bergmans's curator insight, December 23, 2013 6:17 AM

True to its word, Valve has released a beta version of SteamOS, the Linux-based operating system that it will use to power its living room Steam Machine consoles. The release coincides with a lucky group of 300 public beta testers who were selected to actually receive Steam Machines to test on—the rest of us can still use the OS, but we'll have to bring our own hardware.

Valve had previously recommended that users who aren't "intrepid Linux hackers" should wait a few more months before trying out SteamOS, but that's not going to stop Ars from barreling head first into the midst of things! We downloaded the OS as quickly as we could after it went live and spent some time getting it whipped into shape on fresh hardware. Contrary to Valve's warning, the install wasn't complex or scary at all—though if you've never installed Linux before, it might take you a bit out of your comfort zone.

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How to Install Linux on a Chromebook and Unlock Its Full Potential

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There are some Chromebooks with awesome hardware out there, like the beautiful Chromebook Pixel, but they don't quite hit their full potential with Chrome OS. Here's how to install Ubuntu and get more out of your Chromebook.

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How to upgrade MySQL server on Debian or Ubuntu - Linux FAQ

How to upgrade MySQL server on Debian or Ubuntu - Linux FAQ | linux n stuff | Scoop.it
One of routine tasks for system admins is to update installed programs with the latest patches and hotfixes, as well as upgrade software to a more recent release with new bells and whistles.

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Netbios Hacking | iHackers | 404(TM) Malware & ...

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THIS NETBIOS HACKING GUIDE WILL TELL YOU ABOUT HACKING REMOTE COMPUTER AND GAINING ACCESS TO IT’S HARD-DISK OR PRINTER. NETBIOS HACK IS THE EASIEST WAY TO (Netbios Hacking - ...
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Enable / Disable the Local (Hidden, Built-In) Administrator Account in Windows 7

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1. Open Local Users and Groups. You can do so by typing lusrmgr.msc in the Start search box, run command and pressing ENTER. Or, you could open "Computer Management" by right-clicking "Computer" in the "Start" menu and selecting Manage.2. Expand System Tools > Local Users and Groups > Users.3. Right-click the Administrator account and select "Set Password".4. In the "Set Password for Administrator", click "Proceed".5. In the "Set Password for Administrator", enter the Administrator's desired password twice, and click "Ok".6. Right-click the Administrator's account and select "Properties".7. Un-check the "Account is disabled". Click on the "Ok" button.


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How to Hack into a Remote Computer and Gaining Access to it’s Hard Disk and Printer using NetBIOS Hacking | iHackers

THIS NETBIOS HACKING GUIDE WILL TELL YOU ABOUT HACKING REMOTE COMPUTER AND GAINING ACCESS TO IT’S HARD-DISK OR PRINTER. NETBIOS HACK IS THE EASIEST WAY TO (How to Hack into a Remote Computer and Gaining Access to it's Hard Disk and Printer using...
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Top 10 open source projects in 2013 | opensource.com

Top 10 open source projects in 2013 | opensource.com | linux n stuff | Scoop.it
Best of Opensource.com in 2013: Top 10 open source projects of the year.

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Yoimnotpro : An app center for ArchLinuxYoimnotpro : Un app-center per Archlinux

Yoimnotpro : An app center for ArchLinuxYoimnotpro : Un app-center per Archlinux | linux n stuff | Scoop.it
A few months ago I switched from Gentoo to Arch Linux as Linux distribution on my PC at work, and at the moment I am very happy with this distribution, but there is to say it is not so easiest to use for newcomers to the Linux world and so they typically...

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Mini Review of Jynxbox Live, a $350 Android Live TV Streaming Box

Mini Review of Jynxbox Live, a $350 Android Live TV Streaming Box | linux n stuff | Scoop.it
A few days ago I showed some unboxing pictures and videos for Jynxbox Android M6 and Jynxbox Live, followed by Jynxbox Android M6 review, and today I’ll quickly review Jynxbox Live, an Android...

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Netbios Hacking | iHackers

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THIS NETBIOS HACKING GUIDE WILL TELL YOU ABOUT HACKING REMOTE COMPUTER AND GAINING ACCESS TO IT’S HARD-DISK OR PRINTER. NETBIOS HACK IS THE EASIEST WAY TO (Netbios Hacking - ...
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Netbios Hacking | iHackers

Netbios Hacking | iHackers | linux n stuff | Scoop.it
THIS NETBIOS HACKING GUIDE WILL TELL YOU ABOUT HACKING REMOTE COMPUTER AND GAINING ACCESS TO IT’S HARD-DISK OR PRINTER. NETBIOS HACK IS THE EASIEST WAY TO (Netbios Hacking - ...
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