Archive for the ‘Linux’ Category

Tweaking openSUSE

2 resources you must have to enjoy the full experience of an openSUSE Desktop. 1. openSUSE Community If you enjoy doing everything manually as I do then you will certainly find everything you need here. – Adding and managing openSUSE package sources. – Adding and managing third party package sources. – Enable support for restricted […]

Linux On Dell Survey | Linux

Dell is running a survey to see what we the end user feel should be the best method to distribute Linux on dell hardware. Tell them what you want by taking the survey at Dell Linux Survey at Direct2Dell. I completed my survey today and chose openSUSE

Installing nVidia driver on openSUSE 10.2 | Linux

Installing nVidia drivers for your openSUSE 10.2 Driver Source: ftp://download.nvidia.com/opensuse/10.2/ 1.start –> computers –> administrator settings –> software –> installation source

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 | Linux

redhat unveiled their latest product, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5. 2 years in development and loads of new features makes this the Linux distribution to watch for. With server virtualization being the current market trend with companies focusing on lowering IT cost and space requirements, the built in support for virtualization would certainly be a […]

SSH Tunneling with Putty | Linux

SSH tunneling or also known as port forwarding is a way of forwarding normally insecure TCP traffic through SSH. Common ports for example POP3,SMTP,HTTP and FTP can be easily tunneled using SSH. SSH tunneling is also sometimes used to bypass firewalls where certain ports are blocked. The figure below represents the network setup at my […]

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