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The Linux Home Office: What's In Your Cyberspace?


What does your home computer lab look like? A dedicated office, a corner of the living room, a single sleek laptop? What's in your cyberspace?

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A Guide to Linux Programming with PHP

This is the first article in a series for programming with PHP in Linux. This article will provide you with a brief introduction to the open-source PHP language and show you how to set up your Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP programming environment and code your first PHP application. Excited? Introd...

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Emulation, or Virtualization: Which is Right for You?

This article will not dive into the how-tos of each choice (these topics will be given their own articles to finish off this series), but help you to understand these technologies and decide which one you should employ.

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Pidgin 2.6.1: The best Linux IM client gets better

My work and social life runs around instant messaging, if yours does too, then the newest version of Pidgin, now available on Windows and Linux, is a must read more...
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Analysis: How Moonlight 2.0 Fits into Novell's Linux and Open Source Plans

Now that Novell Inc.'s Mono open source project finally last week released the beta version of its Moonlight 2.0 code after several months of delays, what's its potential impact for Linux users and the open source community?

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