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xclip Does Copy-and-Paste on the Linux Command Line

In this tip, Juliet Kemp shows how to use xclip for copy-and-paste on the Linux command line-- without using the mouse.

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Emergency Operations With A Live Linux CD

Having a seemingly non-reproducible disk error can be a real heart-breaker.
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Moblin: How to Write a Plugin for Your Driver

You may know there is not a standard driver subsystem for sensor such as HID or input system.
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Setting Up and Securing an FTP Server on Linux

In order for someone to login to the ftp server, they must have a system account.

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Modifying File and Folder Access Permissions on Linux

One of the most common administrative tasks is setting owner and group identities and access permissions on various parts of your file system to restrict access and keep your system secure.

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