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How does Linux Kernel Works?

| October 29, 2010 | 0 Comments

Linux Kernel is a subordinate of easily replaceable software which ports with computer hardware, it’s responsible for interfacing all of your application programs that are executing in “user mode” all the way to the physical computer hardware to get selective information from one another through inter-process communication.

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How to Install Java on Ubuntu 10.10

| September 30, 2010 | 0 Comments

Linux has released the latest version of Ubuntu which is Ubuntu 10.10. Ubuntu is amongst the top 5 best free Linux distros for 2010 and is keep on improving with consistent upgrades. If you hasn’t installed Java runtime environment (JRE) on your recently updated Ubuntu 10.10 then the following article will provide you with 2 […]

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How to Install PDF Mod 0.5 on Ubuntu 9.04

| September 29, 2010 | 0 Comments

Ubuntu is one of the top 5 best free Linux distros. This article about Linux is regarding installing PDF Mod 0.5 on Ubuntu 9.04. PDF Mod 0.5 is basically a small but effective program to rotate, extract and remove pages.

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PayMaster | Best Free Accounting Software for Linux

| August 23, 2010 | 0 Comments

PayMaster is absolutely free accounting software developed in Linux to live up to business concerns regarding leeway’s compensated to employees and labor. PayMaster is a free payroll software which is fully equipped with numerous accounting features such as calculating and reporting, hence making life more easier for an employer to efficiently manage the payroll function […]

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Top Five Best Free Linux Distros for 2010

| July 27, 2010 | 0 Comments

Every Linux distribution comes up with three very unique functionalities. These unique functionalities are Hardware Compatibility, easy use and the size of Software repository. However, every Linux distribution is independent of accepting any feature from any other distribution which brings an interesting situation where excellent ideas spread faster and bad ones failed. Due to this, […]

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Linux Security Evaluation

| May 6, 2010 | 0 Comments

Linux is an open source operating system that has gained much popularity. More and more people are using it for a variety of tasks. However, due to its open source nature, how secure is Linux? And are these people just setting themselves up for an attack? These are viable questions that every Linux user should […]

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