This guide explains how to set up a Fedora 8 server that offers all services needed by ISPs and hosters: Apache web server (SSL-capable), Postfix mail server with SMTP-AUTH and TLS, BIND DNS server, Proftpd FTP server, MySQL server, Dovecot POP3/IMAP, Quota, Firewall, etc.

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Are you fed up with Apple trying to prevent you from syncing your iPod nano/classic/touch on Linux machines? Let them know that you want a solution and fast. Either they develop iTunes for Linux, or they unlock the iPod.

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Posted by: Niko | November 13, 2007

gOS: The Little Desktop Linux that Came Out of the Blue

This Ubuntu-based distribution, which is used on the recently released Everex PC, has exploded into popularity.

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Posted by: Niko | July 30, 2007

A Better Compiz Fusion How-to

Get Compiz-Fusion working on Ubuntu 7.04 (Feisty) in 10 minutes! This is a brand new how to with many screenshots.

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Posted by: Niko | July 14, 2007

TOP 10 Computing Energy Saving Tips [LIFEHACKER]

Reducing the amount of energy your hungry computers eat up every day won’t only save you money on electricity bills, it will reduce your carbon footprint. If you haven’t thought about how much electricity your gadgets use up every day, now’s the time. Turns out just a few changes in habits and system settings can save you money AND the environment

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During a recent trip to Valve, we were able to get some hands-on time with Half-Life 2: Episode Two, the cleverly named followup to last year’s Half-Life 2: Episode One. With Episode Two, Valve is taking something of a different direction for the Half-Life series, working in more expansive locations and nonlinear battles.

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Children in test schools in Brazil, Thailand, Uruguay and Nigeria have received the first OLPC 100$ laptops. These are some of the first videos of those children using the OLPC on the Internet. Currently they are using Beta-3 laptops, full scale mass production starts in September.

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Don’t pay the extortionists at the computer repair shop 800 bucks to get your data back or start up your dead computer. Plenty of free tools can help you and are freely available to download. Today we’ve got our top 10 system recovery picks which span operating systems but all cost the same: exactly nothing.

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Posted by: Niko | April 13, 2007

Joost 0.9.2 available

The prior build 0.9.1. expired because Joost forget to include their updated certificated 😉

Nothing new in the 0.9.2 version except the new certificates. In the service side Joost have upgraded their long term storage servers so any kind of stuttering should be history.

If you are not familiar with Joost check out promotional video below:

Posted by: Niko | March 17, 2007

Some handy Outlook.exe command line parameters

To send a command line parameter to Outlook executable use following command format:

outlook.exe /parameter

/cleanprofile
cleans Outlook’s profile and recreates default registry keys.

/cleanviews
cleans custom views and restores defaults.

/firstrun
Starts Outlook as if it were run for the first time.

/noextensions
Start Outlook without extensions.

/nopreview
Start Outlook with Reading Pane off. Also removes the option from View menu.

/resetfoldernames
Resets default folder names to default names. Default depends on the Offices current user interface language.

/safe
Starts Outlook without extensions, Reading Pane, or customized toolbar.

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