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The Kernel Newbie Corner: Loadable Kernel Modules, Coming and Going

This week, we're going to take an excruciatingly close look at one of the fundamental features of loadable kernel modules--the "init" and "exit"...
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Tech Tip: Setup Your Linux Server to Use a Serial Console

Article Source Linux JournalJuly 7, 2009, 10:42 am Do you have a linux server without a keyboard or monitor? Need to administer the server on-...
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Blog From Your Linux Desktop with Drivel

Blogging has done nothing but gain steam over the last few years. Most bloggers are posting directly to sites like Facebook and MySpace. I consider...
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xclip Does Copy-and-Paste on the Linux Command Line

Article Source LinuxPlanet xclip (available as a package for Debian and Ubuntu) enables you to interact with the X clipboard directly from the...
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Linux Migration Guide: Finding Linux Equivalents to Your Favorite Windows Programs

Which do you spend more time interacting with: your operating system, or your software? It's possible to get too pedantic with the answer as...
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The Kernel Newbie Corner: Your First Loadable Kernel Module, Part Deux

Moving on from where we left off last time, this article isn't so much the next in the series as much as it's just tidying up some random loose ends...
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Emergency Operations With A Live Linux CD

Having a seemingly non-reproducible disk error can be a real heart-breaker. Lost work, multiple fsck.ext3 exercises, and frazzled nerves were...
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Moblin: How to Write a Plugin for Your Driver

Article Source Moblin DocumentationJuly 1, 2009, 12:21 am You may know there is not a standard driver subsystem for sensor such as HID or input...
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Setting Up and Securing an FTP Server on Linux

Article Source LinuxIntro In order for someone to login to the ftp server, they must have a system account. You do not want to allow anonymous...
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Modifying File and Folder Access Permissions on Linux

Article Source LinuxIntro One of the most common administrative tasks is setting owner and group identities and access permissions on various parts...
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