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Copy Your Linux Install to a Different Partition or Drive

If you need to move your Linux installation to a different hard drive or partition (and keep it working) and your distro uses grub this tech tip is what you need.
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Using Bash History More Efficiently

If you've used bash for a while you probably know that the commands you enter are saved in the file ~/.bash_history when you log out.
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Tech Tip: Setup Your Linux Server to Use a Serial Console

Do you have a linux server without a keyboard or monitor? Need to administer the server on-site but don't want to lug over a monitor and keyboard (or kvm)?
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Blog From Your Linux Desktop with Drivel

Blogging has done nothing but gain steam over the last few years. Most bloggers are posting directly to sites like Facebook and MySpace. I consider that type of blogger to be amateur. The serious bloggers are using their own sites powered by outstanding open source solutions like Wordpress, Drupal, Joomla!, or even home-grown solutions
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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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