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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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KDE Struggles with Feature Requests

The relationship between users and developers... "Sometimes developers have a prickly relationship with their users. Users may have unrealistic, or overly demanding, requests that can be difficult to respond to. The most vocal of these users are often unwilling to take &qu...

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Hijack: Living on the Edge of (Ruby and) Rails, Part 4

Hijack can debug most any running Ruby process. Here's a hands-on introduction.
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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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NVIDIA Pushes Out New Linux Driver Updates

NVIDIA hasn't been updating their binary Linux drivers as frequently as they were earlier this year when it would be hard to go even just a week without seeing a new beta, an official update, or changes to either of their legacy drivers. However, there are some new NVIDIA Linux drivers to start off this week...
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