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Raspberry Pi 400 PC in a Keyboard Raspberry Pi 400 takes the same components as Raspberry Pi 4, including the system-on-chip and memory and puts them in a compact keyboard.

Set Up a Minimal Server on a Raspberry Pi
The Raspberry Pi is a small, single-board computer that is perfect for computer projects, but a Raspberry Pi can also be used as a web server on your main local network or the internet. This step-by-step guide shows you how. More ...

Ubuntu Quick Start
One of the biggest buzz words on the Internet today is "Ubunto". Why is Ubunto so popular? Is it really that much better than any other Linux? Is Ubunto a threat to Microsoft Windows? And how difficult is it to try Ubunto? More ...

Connecting Linux to the Internet
Today, a computer without Internet access would be severely limited. Mozilla running on Linux provides more reliable and secure Internet access than Internet Explorer running on Microsoft Windows. More ...

Installing Fedora 3 Linux
Installing Fedora is as simple as inserting the first CD-ROM into the drive and rebooting. But first make sure that your system is set to boot from the CD drive. Watch the on-screen messages as the system boots. More ...

CFS: Completely Fair Process Scheduling in Linux
A scheduling class specifies which scheduling policy applies to which type of process. Completely fair scheduling (CFS), which became part of the Linux 2.6.23 kernel in 2007, gives every task a fair share of processor resources in a low-fuss but highly efficient way. More ...

Linux Display Settings
Linux uses a free version of the X Window System called Xfree86 to control your display. Xfree86 supports VGA, Super VGA, and some accelerated video adapters. If you have a new video card, or new motherboard with on-board video, you may want to download the latest version of Xfree86. 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 ...

Dual-Boot Windows and Ubuntu
with your dual-boot Windows and Ubuntu configuration you can see what Ubuntu can do when installed to your hard disk running at full speed, and you can still run Windows when you need to use legacy applications that don't come in a Linux version. 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 ...

Fedora 3 Modem Installation
An external modem connects to your computer's USB or serial port. External modems have their own controller and DSP circuits. An external modem is the best choice if you have several computers because it be moved without opening the computer's case. More ...

How to Load or Unload a Linux kernel Module
Linux manages hardware peripherals using kernel modules. Fix problem peripherals by finding and loading kernel modules. Here is how to load or unload a Linux kernel module. More ...

Levels and Layers of Abstraction in a Linux System
We can use abstraction to split computing systems into components to make things easier to understand, but it doesn't work without organization. We arrange components into layers or levels. A layer or level is a classification (or grouping) of a component according to where that component sits between the user and the hardware. 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 ...

What is Bash?
A shell is a computer program which exposes an operating systems services to a human user or other program. It normally uses a command-line interface, but may have a graphical user interface. It is called a shell because it is the outermost layer around the operating system. More ...


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