Jun
14
2009
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Talks of wisdom : Ted Talks

Great ideas are the sources behind new ideas – but where do you get all these ideas for a new idea ? I was always fascinated by the Great People, their visions and ideas. I know that it is very easy to find ideas and thoughts of great people in this era of technology, however when I started watching the Ted Talks, I realized that it became more easier to listen to great thoughts broadcasted [...]

Apr
27
2009
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Switching to Linux : Part 2 [Linux Distributions]

Distributions (often referred as distro) are different Linux flavors designed for specific purposes. Like Ubuntu is designed to be very easy to use, BackTrack is used for security checking (Penetration Testing), Fedora for power users, JeOS (a distro based on Ubuntu) for virtual appliances, Gentoo for customization freaks and for those who want maximum performance, etc. There are 1000+ number of distributions available. But we will be focusing more on Ubuntu, since it is very [...]

Apr
27
2009
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Switching to Linux : Part 1 [Introduction]

Switching to Linux ? Not a hard thing to do! Considering switching to Linux ? I don’t know what has made you visit this page – perhaps you may be tired of rebooting your machine every then and there or may be you have just had enough of the Blue Screen of Death, or perhaps you may be fed up with the never ending malware attacks – But whatever it may be, you are now [...]

Apr
23
2009

CVS : Concurrent Versions System

I started learning some courses using MIT Open CourseWare, some of the courses need to have softwares like Eclipse,CVS etc. Let’s see how to install a CVS Server in your Ubuntu Machine. Concurrent Versions System (CVS), is a free software revision control system. Version control system software keeps track of all work and all changes in a set of files, and allows several developers to collaborate. Install and Configure CVS Server You can install CVS [...]

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