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Building Your Own Linux Kernel, Part 2

Customizing and building your own Linux kernel, rather than sticking with the kitchen-sink distribution kernels, means you can add new experimental drivers, get rid of drivers you don't need, fix mistakes created by your chosen distro, and make a lean, mean and fast kernel.
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Command-Line Copy&Paste With xclip (Debian/Ubuntu)

Command-Line Copy&Paste With xclip (Debian/Ubuntu) xclip is a command line interface to the X11 clipboard.
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Tech Tip: Automaticaly Organize Your Photos by Date

Now that summer is over and your digital camera is full of pictures, how do you get them organized? At the command line of course! The script provided here automatically organizes them into sub-directories by date.
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Upgrading a Motherboard in Linux: Kernel Panic

Replacing a motherboard on a Linux system is usually a 30-minute chore, but sometimes things go haywire.
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More Bash Redirections

Everybody's seen redirection in bash commands, that's pretty common, but bash also allows you to define redirections when you define functions. This causes the redirections to be evaluated/executed whenever the function is called.
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