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Using moblin-chroot

Article Source Moblin Documentation
April 2, 2009, 9:31 pm

There are two major usage models for moblin-chroot, one-shot image post processing and multiple times changes...

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Using moblin-image-convertor

Article Source Moblin Documentation
April 2, 2009, 8:29 pm

This utility is used to transform a virtual machine image (KVM or VMDK) to a live image...

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How to scan and OCR like a pro with open source tools

With optical character recognition (OCR), you can scan the contents of a document into a single file of editable text. This article, which focuses on scanning books, describes the steps you need to take to prepare pages for optimal OCR results, and compares various free OCR tools to determine which is the best at extracting the text.

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Ask Linux.com: automounting NTFS, hidden directories, and macro recorders

Recently in the Linux.com forums, readers asked about desktop effects, automounting NTFS drives, game installation, and hidden directories. We also have unanswered questions of the hardware, software, and legal variety.

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Wiping your disk drive clean

Everybody who owns a computer will someday need to dispose of a disk drive. Before you do, it is a good idea to cleanse the drive, so no one can read your sensitive information. Deleting files and reformatting is not sufficient; determined effort can still reveal data from a drive even after it appears to be gone. To do a more thorough job, I suggest using wipe.

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