How Linux Works
To master Linux, you need to understand its internals, like how the system boots, how networking works,
and what the kernel actually does. Brian Ward makes the concepts behind Linux internals accessible to
anyone curious about the inner workings of the operating system. More ...
How to Dual Boot Windows XP and Ubuntu 8
If you want to have access to both a Windows and Linux environment on your computer, this guide
will show you an easy way to have that using Windows XP and Ubuntu 8. It is assumed that you
already have Windows XP installed on your computer and that you have Ubuntu 8 Desktop Edition
downloaded and burned onto a CD already. More ...
The Linux Directory Structure
The Filesystem Hierarchy Standard (FHS), maintained by the Linux Foundation, defines the directory structure and directory contents in Linux operating systems. The main difference between the Windows operating system and Linux is that Linux does not use drive letters. More ...
Ubuntu for Non-Geeks: A Pain-Free, Get-Things-Done Guide
If you are new to Ubuntu, or even new to Linux, this book is a great introduction to Ubuntu Linux.
However, it goes beyond that. When you finish the book, you will have a lot of knowledge about
Ubuntu, and you will be much more comfortable with this excellent operating system. More ...
Setting Up a Linux Modem
Almost all modems manufactured today are software modems, usually referred to as
winmodems. Even though we pay a lot for a winmodem, they are cheap to manufacture
because they use very little electronics. More ...
Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) With Ubuntu Linux
Ubuntu Linux is ideal for anyone who is concerned about security of a WAN based virtual desktop
infrastructure. It is also perfect for organizations hosting their applications in the cloud, utilizing
software-as-a-service through a web browser. More ...
Welcome to the world of Knoppix
Knoppix is a bootable CD with a collection of GNU/Linux software, automatic
hardware detection, and support for many graphics cards, sound cards, SCSI and
USB devices and other peripherals. It is not necessary to install anything on a hard disk. More ...
How to Switch to Ubuntu
Ubuntu is a free alternative to Windows which is fast and easy to use. You may want to switch to
Ubuntu because of its robust security, speed, freedom, ease of use, low maintenance, and no price.
This article will show you step by step how to switch from Windows to Ubuntu. More ...
The Fedora 3 Linux File Structure
You'll feel more comfortable using Linux if you understand its file system. Like
any operating system, the Linux file system is organized in a hierarchical structure
where a "directory" can contain files or other directories. More ...
Running Windows Applications on Linux
The perceived inability to run windows applications on Linux is what keeps many
individuals from trying Linux. It turns out that it is possible to run many popular
Windows applications on Linux PCs using one of several software technologies. More ...
Fedora 3 Linux File Management
Installing Fedora is as simple as inserting the first CD-ROM into the drive and
rebooting. The thing first you need to know when moving to a new operating system
is how to manage files. More ...
Linux Server Hardening
For today's computing platforms, ease of access and openness is essential for web based communications.
This is at odds with the increased necessity for comprehensive security measures in a world full of malware and hacking threats. More ...
Linux Server Step-by-Step Configuration Guide
This book contains no boring theory. Instead it's packed with 54 hands-on, step-by-step exercises and 185
graphics including screen captures showing you exactly what you should be seeing on your own screen. More ...