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columnize - an app to convert lists to columns

Submitted by KenSmith on 2013-09-30 
This is a small bash script I wrote to convert a newline separated list into a columnized list. The column app which is supplied with Linux will do this but you cannot select the number of columns you want. However, it is used as part of this script.

Installing vpn server on Linux 5 (centos 5, RHEL 5)

Submitted by Parag Borle on 2013-05-10 
I am using pptpd server as my vpn server and my linux distro is centos 5. u can check for the video of the same at

Linux in Enterprise desktop space

Submitted by Muneer Ahmed Syed on 2013-05-01 
Limitations preventing in usage of Linux in Enterprise desktop space and suggestions to overcome common challenges. I am (Java/JEE) techinical arichitect and developer for a major IT consultancy and Linux supporter. I try hands on different linux flavors as part of my job. I found liking for Ubuntu ...

How to install FreeIPA Client 2.1.4 on Ubuntu 12.04 (Precise)

Submitted by toordog on 2013-02-28 
I created this article because the only existing article on how to install FreeIPA on Ubuntu was from 2010-2011 and had many steps that are no longer necessary. Bug has been fixed over time and it's now way easier to get it done successfully. We are still working intensively on improving and fixing ...
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Swift Linux 0.1.2

Submitted by zenwalker on 2011-02-08 updated by ozar on 2011-08-21
A live antiX derivative
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linuX-gamers 0.9.7

Submitted by ozar on 2010-06-09 updated by ozar on 2011-05-10
LiveDVD intended for gamers!
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StressLinux 0.7.106

Submitted by ozar on 2009-12-06 updated by ozar on 2011-07-31
system high load test for computer users
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Debris Linux 2.0

Submitted by ozar on 2009-07-03 updated by ozar on 2009-11-29
Debris Linux is an installable LiveCD containing a full set of applications to get your work done online and offline.
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Can't access samba share- PC windows/server linux

Posted by deitgui 18 hours, 20 minutes ago
hello everyone, its my first post and sorry if i am not doing it right.
We have about 30 users with no connectivity issues but the last user was created,deleted then created again on Webmin, then his username was added to samba "nano smb.conf" on the server, when i try to map the network ..
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Linux Mint won't boot to PC

Posted by chandos 18 hours, 40 minutes ago
I am new to Linux. I have been able to successfully create Linux-Mint 16 on boot cd, Linux-mint 16 boot on USB flash and Precise Puppy boot on CD. All of these work perfectly on my HP Intel I7 laptop. ONLY Precise Puppy will work on my Desktop (AMD quad-core). I tried all of these on a friend's..
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How to add a device to Linux kernel

Posted by david_8274 1 day, 14 minutes ago

I am working on a platform where loadable module is not an option(for security reason). When the kernel boots, if I look into /dev, I assume it shows all the device that are compiled as part of the kernel. My question is, how to I add a device to the kernel? For example, gpio driver source co..
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Found another "easy" version of Arch, Bridge Linux.

Posted by TNFrank 1 day, 4 hours ago
Basically it's a bit more of a "pure" Arch install then Manjaro and you get a choice of 4 different DE's. I've checked out the Xfce(of course, LOL) and the GNOME and both look pretty good.
Where Manjaro uses it's own Repos, Bridge uses the Arch Repos so it's no..
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