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    Explaining Soft Link And Hard Link In Linux With Examples

    This tutorial explains what is Soft link and Hard link in Linux and Unix operating systems with some practical examples.

    What’s New in Fedora 27 Workstations

    Fedora 27 Workstation is the latest release of Fedora Linux Distribution. This release features latest GNOME 3.26 as default desktop environment which offers new features like revamped Settings, color emoji support, and the ability for the system search to display more results at once.

    What’s New in Fedora 26 Workstation

    Fedora 26 Workstation is the latest version of Fedora’s desktop-focused edition provides new tools and features for general users as well as developers. This release features the new GNOME 3.24 desktop environment, which includes a host of updated functionality including Night Light, an application that subtly changes screen color based on time of day to reduce effect on sleep patterns, The Weather information is now included in the notification area.

    LinuxCertified releases U1 Ultra-light, thin, high resolution display Ultrabook

    LinuxCertified Inc introduced the U1 13.3" Ultra High Resolution, QHD+ Display - Exclusive High Performance Linux Ultrabook pre-installed with Ubuntu or Fedora Linux. The U1 is one of the ultralight, ultrathin, yet powerful Linux Ultrabook designed for legendary performance on the go, whether to another meeting or another country, you sacrifice nothing in return.

    Meet Fedora 22 KDE : Include Video Overview and Screenshot

    Fedora 22 KDE is an Fedora Spins based-on Fedora 22 featuring KDE Plasma 5 as the main desktop environment. Fedora 22 KDE Plasma comes with many pre-selected top quality applications that suit all modern desktop use cases – from online communication like web browsing, instant messaging and electronic mail correspondence,

    Fedora 21 Mate Compiz : Video Overview and Screenshot Tours

    Fedora 21 Mate Compiz is an fedora spins of the Fedora 21 built around the traditional MATE desktop environment version 1.8.1 and using the Compiz-Fusion software for eye-candy desktop effects.

    Fedora 21 GNOME 3.14 : Video Overview and Screenshot Tours

    Fedora 21 Workstation features all of the latest GNOME 3.14 software, is powered by the Linux 3.17 kernel, and has a ton of other improvements and changes.

    Interesting facts about Fedora Linux

    On September 22nd this year, Fedora turned 10 years old. Since the historic announcement ten years ago, the Fedora Project has remained a massive volunteer-driven community effort that complements the Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and has led to several popular spin-offs such as CentOS and Scientific Linux. To celebrate its 10th birthday, I would like to share several interesting tidbits about Fedora Linux.

    Fedora Project Leader Robyn Bergeron: Fedora Is More Than Just Software

    Red Hat recently appointed Robyn Bergeron as the new Fedora Project Leader. In this exclusive interview Robyn talks about the upcoming release of Fedora (17), the role of a FPL, the relationship between Fedora and Red Hat and much more. Read on...

    Scientific Linux: Enterprise Infrastructure on the rise

    Review of the popular CERN-made distribution

    If you are a small or even medium-sized business on the market, you know that every dollar, pound, euro or yen saved could help you grow as an enterprise. Young companies struggle to survive in this highly competitive market as much as possible and we all know that in this day and age a solid IT infrastructure is a prime factor in holding a business together, no matter the size or the profits.

    Typemock Launches Easy Unit Testing Framework for Linux

    Isolator++ For Linux Enables C++ developers on the Linux platforms to Isolate code and perform mocking easily – Typemock now providing Easy Unit Testing Solutions for Multiple Platforms – Windows .NET, C++ and Linux C++

    How To install Drupal 7 on Fedora Linux

    This installation guide provides step-by-step instructions on how to install Drupal 7 on a Fedora Linux system. The guide consists of 6 easy to follow steps to conclude whole installation. If you are just little bit curious about the new Drupal 7 release it is time to see what it is about. Be aware that installation of web applications on Linux systems using SELinux such as Fedora or RedHat is now little bit more complicated since changing permissions with chmod command may not always solve the problem.

    List of RPM Linux configuration files

    This list features all configuration files related to packages commonly found on RPM ( Redhat Package Management ) Linux systems. List was extracted from Fedora Linux, however it may also find its use by all Linux users running any RPM based Linux systems. To find configuration files open a search dialog of your browser ( CTRL + F ) and search for "Package:<package name>" . This list is based on Fedora 14 Linux and will be updated with every new Fedora stable version !

    Avoiding tedious remote login ssh syntax

    Although you have exchanged public keys with your remote server to avoid that boring bit of entering your super long secure user password everytime you are about to login, you still need to face ssh syntax in order get someting done. Yes, it is just single line command with few words but typing that line 30 times a day can take you at least 10 minutes of problem solving time, bore you and more iportatbly it may even give you a headache. This article outlines two alternative options on how to make ssh login procedure easier and thus keeping you sane longer.

    FUDcon:Tempe 2011 begins

    FUDcon:Tempe 2011 starts today. 3 days of tech goodness in sunny Arizona. Things kick off with the orientation, BarCamp pitches and the State of Fedora Address at 09:00. Presentation sessions run all day Saturday and Sunday. Hackfests start on Sunday afternoon with more scheduled for Monday.

    Data recovery of deleted files from the FAT filesystem

    Although FAT32 or FAT16 are very old file systems, which reflects on their poor performance in comparison with other file system alternatives they are still widely used by many electronic devices. Usually, these devices include USB stick's, digital cameras , camcorders and etc. Chances are that you own and store personal data on a device with FAT flesystem is very high as is a likelihood of an accidental deletion of your important data. In this article we will use testdisk utility to undelete files from FAT file system.

    Bash scripts to scan and monitor network

    This article provides few simple scripts to scan and monitor network using combination of bash and ping command. Obviously, these scripts are no match to a full monitoring dedicated software like nagios but they could be useful for a small home brand networks, where implementing sophisticated monitoring system can become an overhead.

    Scanning Ports in C part 4

    Sep 2009 Port Check Program (in C) Part 4 In part 1 an examination of creating an ultra simple single port single host port check program was done. Part two of the series the code was broken out between a header file and source file, input validation added, a usage message defined and a Makefile was setup for simple recompiling. The most recent installment added a timed host pre-check component to ensure that a connect() would not potentially "sit and spin" when a host is not available.

    X Visual History Part 3

    In Part 1 of the series we looked at the early X window managers that ran on X display protocol based systems. The scale and range of them was from the very beginning where a user was presented with a menu and windows and little else. In Part 2 of the series we delved into desktop window manager environments, the area in between a full desktop system and a simple window manager; these were window managers which provided things like application bars, icon management of some sort and flexible interfaces to create modules or widgets for the environment but did not include (a lot of...) inherent applications. In the third part of the series we will examine the two main desktops in the X world, a look at the two newer desktop environments that are blurring between application centric/environment centric window managers, some core X technology that can enhance the X experience and finally a look ahead.

    Port Check Program Part II

    In part one we wrote a basic bare bones port check program, in this part of the series we take the next step and fixup a few issues plus begin breaking out the code. This small program is a decent introduction (but definitely not definitive) to network programming.

    X Window Managers Part 2: Environments

    In part 1 of the series we looked at the early X window managers that ran on X display protocol based systems. The scale and range of them was from the very beginning where a user was presented with a menu and windows and little else (perhaps a clock or loadmeter) up to what could be considered the first window manager that went beyond providing the basics to providing more of an environment and extensibility through modules that allowed other hackers to "join in the fun". In this part 2 of the series two more distinct groups of window managers will be peeked at; first a look at the evolution of that first "more of an environment than just window managing" software; many of which cropped up right around the same time (within a few years of eachother). Second the kickback against large scale environments with an examination of a breed of window managers designed to be ultra light/fast while still preserving good looks.

    This week at LWN: Fedora and long term support

    The news that Wikipedia was in the process of switching away from Red Hat and Fedora—and to Ubuntu—has stirred up some Fedora folks. The relatively short, 13 month support cycle for Fedora releases was fingered as a major part of the problem in a gigantic thread on the fedora-devel mailing list. Some would like to see Fedora be supported for longer, so that it could be used in production environments, but that is a fundamental misunderstanding of what Fedora has set out to do. The idea of supporting Fedora beyond the standard "two releases plus one month", which should generally yield 13 months, is not new. It was, after all, the idea behind the Fedora Legacy project. Unfortunately, Fedora Legacy ceased operations at the end of 2006, largely due to a lack of interested package maintainers. So, calls for a "long term support" (LTS) version of Fedora are met with a fair amount of skepticism.

    Using Grub To Change RedHat Linux's Root Password

    How to use RedHat grub to retrieve a lost root password.

    Ssysthread small packet sniffer (pkr)

      Originally called portkeeper the pkr utility does rudimentry packet sniffing and will alarm on certain packet errors. It is known to work on the following systems and distributions:

    In-depth Fedora 7 Review

    If you're a Fedora user the end of May means one thing...time for a new release! This year was no different as the Fedora project continued its aggressive six month release schedule. Fedora 7, code named “Moonshine”, is the latest version of the Red Hat influenced Linux distribution. Fedora regulars will note the absence of the word “Core” in the new name. This isn't the only change with this release. We'll delve into what's new in 7 as well as review Fedora from a desktop standpoint.

    Scripting for Subversion Part 1

    Not exactly the clearest of titles... recently I had to setup and configure several subvesion servers that use webdav for authentication. Setting up the authentication and repositories for a single repository is pretty straightforward. If many repositories need to be created and maintained that are completely seperate, then a script (or set of scripts) definitely makes life easier. In the text below, just such a scenario cropped up and my first pass at working a script.

    Nettest 2.1

    New release of nettest is available. Nettest is a network testing tool originally developed by SGI which I am maintaining out of need.

    Thank You Dad!

    It took me over a decade to figure out that I wanted to promote Free and Open Source Software. I have one person to thank for getting the gears rolling, and inspiring me to be what I want to be and nothing else that I didn't want to be. Thank you Dad, and Happy Father's Day.

    Using Functions in a BASH Prompt

    One of theneat things a user can do on Unix is play around with the Bourne Again Shell (bash). An even more interesting thing is how the environment can be tweaked to a particular user's preference. In this text a look at how the Bash prompt can be manipulated by inserting commands and even shell code functions directly into the prompt itself.

    Novell Trumpets Support for Open Source Development

    The tech giant on Wednesday reaffirmed its commitment to the open source developer community, in the wake of Red Hat's Fedora Legacy Project disbanding. In the past month, Novell's Open Suse supplanted Ubuntu as the No. 1 Linux choice, according to the download access-tracking DistroWatch.com. Fedora? It fell to No. 3.

    Long-term Fedora Linux support ending

    Lack of contributions from outside programmers, funding among reasons why Fedora Legacy project is winding down.

    Fedora Legacy shutting down

    In case any of you are not aware, the Fedora Legacy project is in the process of shutting down. The current model for supporting maintenance distributions is being re-examined. In the meantime, we are unable to extend support to older Fedora Core releases as we had planned. As of now, Fedora Core 4 and earlier distributions are no longer being maintained.

    IBM alphaWorks Takes a Look Back and Moves Forward

    As part of its 10th anniversary, IBM’s alphaWorks took a look at how things started and what’s yet to come.

    Fedora Weekly News Issue 60

    Fedora Weekly News Issue 59

    Fedora Weekly News Issue 59

    Yum configuration for Fedora Core 4

    [Here is a Yum configuration for all you Fedora Core 4 lovers. - Scott]

    Fedora Core 4 Transferred to Fedora Legacy

    Legacy Group Ends Support for Early Red Hat, Fedora Versions

    The Fedora Legacy Group finally ends support for Red Hat 9 and Fedora Core 2, as well as the earlier versions of both popular Linux lines.

    Announcing End of Life times for various Legacy supported releases.

    With Fedora Core 6 Test 2 set to be released July 26th, it is time we announce the End of Life of our various Legacy supported releases. After much discussion on fedora-legacy-list and the fedora-legacy on the freenode network, we have decided to end of life the following releases when FC6 Test2 is released.

    Backing Up and Restoring Using the cpio Command in Linux and Unix

    Backing Up and Restoring Using the cpio Command in Linux and Unix

    Fedora Core 3 Transferred to Fedora Legacy

    With the release of Fedora Core 5 Test 2, the Fedora Core Steering Committee would like to announce the transfer of Fedora Core 3 to the Fedora Legacy Project.

    Google Pack Scores A Near-Miss... No Linux!

    The world swooned at the Consumer Electronics Show unveiling of Google Pack, an easily installed almost-all-in-one Internet experience. Too bad it suffers from the same maladies as the rest of the One Size Fits All packages:

    Quantum GIS Community : Interview with Tim Baggett

    Today we interviewed Tim Baggett who used a bunch of Open Source applications to map a balloon race!

    "We needed a mapping system for tracking long distance balloon flights that served two purposes. One was for the benefit of the race organizers who constantly monitor the position of the teams flying the balloons, while the second purpose was to provide real-time tracking updates to a web page so the general public can watch the event unfold. It's a bit like watching a three day horse race! After exploring several other possibilities for a solution, I settled on using the UMN MapServer, PHP MapScript, GDAL/OGR, Postgres/PostGIS and Apache2 on a RedHat Fedora3 system."

    The Complete Concise History of Linux

    This is a very good article which tells the history of linux in a unique angle. It is peppered with the photos of all the leaders who helped shape Linux to the robust OS it is now. A must read for all linux enthusiasts.

    Apt metadata for RHL 7.3 and 9

    Due to an error I introduced into a publish script, the apt metadata information for RHL 7.3 and RHL 9 had not been updated since Sept 15 of this year. I have fixed this error and uploaded the latest information, which was generated on Nov 13. I apologize for any problems this may cause.

    Make your files immutable in Linux which even root can't delete

    Root is considered all powerful in Linux. But here is a cool article which tells you how to forbid even root user from deleting/modifying certain files.

    Setting up a PXE-Boot Server

    This documents how to setup a PXE boot server for Linux. This assumes that you're using Redhat/FC as the PXE boot server.

    Fedora Core 2 Transferred to Fedora Legacy

    With the release of Fedora Core 4 Test 2, the Fedora Steering Committee would like to announce the transfer of Fedora Core 2 to the Fedora Legacy Project.

    Pie Box Enterprise Linux 4 AS Launched

    PixExcel today released version 4 of its Pie Box Enterprise Linux product. Pie Box Enterprise Linux 4 AS is built from the source RPMs of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 AS. It is fully compatible with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 and features the Linux 2.6 kernel, SELinux, GNOME 2.8, Samba 3.0, Logical Volume Manager 2, PCI Express support and NFSv.4.

    Fedora Core 4 Preliminayr Schedule Released

    The Fedora Project has announced the preliminary development schedule for Fedora Core 4. They have also in a related announcement announced the preliminary upcoming end of support for Fedora Core 2 for March 21.

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