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Setting the Priority for Your Linux Swap Device

When installing a shiny new Linux distro, setting up our swap space seems like just a formality. Did you know that Linux kernel 2.4 and later support up to 32 swap spaces? Read on to learn how to organize and prioritize multiple Linux swap spaces. In the Linux community there are often disagree...
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Router Platform runs OpenWRT Linux

Ubicom is shipping a OpenWRT Linux-based router platform and reference design using the company's new Ubicom IP7100 Router Gateway Evaluation board.
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Encrypted Flash Drives In Linux

Security is a major concern with flash drives - small and easy to lose, they can be the cause of serious headaches.
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Top 5 Linux Webcam Software

To use your webcam in Linux the way you want, from applying special effects to home surveillance, requires webcam software that delivers on your specific requirements. Here we discuss some of the common and creative uses of your Linux webcam and the applications that support their use.
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USB Display Technology Heading for Linux

Linux users should soon be able to use USB-connected monitors that incorporate DisplayLink's chips.
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