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Taking Command of the Terminal with GNU Screen

GNU Screen is one of the most useful utilities you can have at your disposal if you spend any time at all working at the command line. Screen allows you to manage multiple shell sessions from one terminal window or console, view multiple shell sessions at the same time, and even log into the same session from more than one location at a time.

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Bluetooth, a Cell Phone and a Netbook

Moving files, music and pictures from your cell phone to your netbook is useful for most busy people.

With eeeBuntu on the Asus Netbook, this capability is available through the on-board Bluetooth radio. It's theoretically possible to transfer files and browse the directories on most Bluetooth-equipped phones. Today, we'll look at how some of the features work and explore some of the quirks of using Bluetooth that might trip you up.

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How To Set Up MySQL Database Replication With SSL Encryption On Ubuntu 9.10

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Myth Busting: Is Linux Immune to Viruses?

In a word, "no."

Any computer that is attached to a network is not immune to viruses. But, as with everything else, it's relative. If you compare the vulnerability of Linux to Windows, you can understand why so many say Linux is immune. But before we get into any myth busting, let's examine just what a computer virus is.

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