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Mozilla Delivers Release Candidate of Firefox 4

After extensive user testing, bug fixing and more, Mozilla has rolled out the Release Candidate for the Firefox 4 browser, which is downloadable here. The browser's Release Candidate is available for Windows, the Mac and Linux, and if you've already been testing the betas of Firefox 4, you will be automatically upgraded.

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Tutorial: Easy Linux File-sharing With WebDav

You don't need some big fancy expensive groupware suite for simple file sharing; just set up a good stout Linux server with WebDav and be done with it. No muss, no fuss.

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VirtualBox 4.0 Acceleration Leaves Room For Improvement

VirtualBox, the Sun/Oracle virtualization platform, has supported OpenGL acceleration and Direct3D acceleration within virtual machines for more than two years. When the host system has hardware GPU acceleration, OpenGL/Direct3D calls can be passed from the guest to the host when the VirtualBox guest driver is installed. There has been the...

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Tutorial: Linux Backup Server: Refining Rsync, Passwordless Authentication

At last here are the final two parts of this series. Today we learn how to tell rsync which files to include or exclude, set up passwordless login on the backup server, and safely test everything.

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Tutorial: Unattended Linux Wakeup, Backup, Shutdown (part 5)

At last we come to the end of this series and put all the pieces together, and put our fabulous unattended automatic backup scheme to work. You need never lift a finger except to run periodic checks to make sure everything is working correctly.

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