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Tutorial: Building Your Own Linux Kernel, Part 1

There are a lot of reasons to customize your own Linux kernel: better performance, bugfixes, try out new features, and earn valuable geekcreds. In this new series Akkana Peck introduces us to the fundamental steps of building a Linux kernel.
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Boot Linux Over HTTP With boot.kernel.org

This tutorial shows how you can boot Linux over HTTP with boot.kernel.org (BKO).

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Synthesizing Voice From the Command Line

I don't do a lot of audio/video stuff with my system, but the other day I had the urge to see if there was some voice synthesis software available on Linux and it turned out that I already had it installed: it's called Festival.
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Tech Tip: Really Simple HTTP Server with Python

If you need a quick web server running and you don't want to mess with setting up apache or something similar, then Python can help.
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Use curl to Monitor Your Vonage Phone Bill

If you're a Vonage user and you'd like to keep tabs on your bill as the month progresses, the script described here can help. The script uses curl to login to your Vonage account and download the web page with your current balance.
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