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Tech Tip: View Config Files Without Comments

I've been using this grep invocation for years to trim comments out of config files. Comments are great but can get in your way if you just want to see the currently running configuration.
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School Is Out, Impress Is In

School has been out for the summer in many parts of the country for some time now, but why not use Impress for a little informal summer-school fun?

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Moblin: Starting a Project Translation

Once you are authenticated, you can start translating! Transifex makes it easy for you to get the most up-to-date po file, translate, and post it back to the project.
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VirtualBox Offers Simple, Easy-to-Use Virtual Solution

The simplest way to describe a virtual machine is an isolated, copy of a machine running within a real machine. In terms of PCs and PC operating systems that would be an operating system running within an operating system.

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Tech Tip: Some Useful Vim Options

Vim is one the more popular choices of text editors for Linux. For vim, there are a few non-default options that may be useful whether editing config files or writing scripts in your favorite language.
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