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Get to Know MySQL Workbench

If you are a database administrator or designer you know that the right tools can make your job remarkably easier. Now many dbas and dbds prefer the good ol' command line? After all, that's how MySQL was intended to be used, right? Right? Although MySQL works exceptionally well from the command line (it's not as hard as one would think), having a solid GUI tool just opens the user up to learning more powerful tasks and getting more work done faster.

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Striping Across Four Storage Nodes With GlusterFS On Fedora 12

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Tip: 5 Easy Steps to a Remote Linux Desktop

Juliet Kemp shows us how set up a remote graphical Linux desktop in five steps, using Virtual Network Computing (VNC).

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Create Impressive Flow Charts with Kivio

Recently you might have read my article "Create flow charts with Dia," which introduced you to the world of the Dia diagramming tool. For those readers that are appose to the GIMP-like interface of Dia and are looking for an interface more closely resembling that of Microsoft Visio, you're in luck. Included with the KDE KOffice toolset is a flow chart/diagramming tool called Kivio that allows you to create impressive flow charts and has an interface that many users will find more user-friendly than that of Dia. But no matter your preference, both tools do an outstanding job of creating flow charts - they just approach the task a bit differently.

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Installation Of ZendOptimizer And IonCubeLoader Using Lighttpd On CentOS

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