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get-flash-videos - Download videos from youtube and othersview story

http://www.go2linux.org – get-flash-videos is a command line utility that let's you download videos from flash based sites. To install it on Arch Linux you can use yaourt First install a dependency. sudo pacman -Sy git <!--break--> Then run (HowTos)

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How to play Flash videos on Linuxview story

http://www.go2linux.org – To play flash videos like the ones downloaded from youtube, you can use VLC. You can also use to play other formats like. *.mpg, *.vob, *.avi, *.mp3, *.ogg Here are some uses examples. Install it on Arch Linux using sudo pacman -Sy vlc Then to view a video on your disk just enter: (HowTos)

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Configure hostgroups for Nagiosview story

http://linuxo.com – Ghacks: "Say, for instance, you have a number of machines that serve as Web servers or Samba servers. Instead of having to scroll around to find them, you can group those machines together, by service, to make for much easier monitoring." (General)

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Wine 1.1.42 Releasedview story

http://linuxo.com – Wine-Reviews: "The Wine development release 1.1.42 is now available." (General)

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Now Play Quake II on your browser with WebGL and HTML5view story

http://linuxers.org – (General)

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Ubuntu 10.10 to be Codenamed Maverick Meerkatview story

http://www.maximumpc.com –   (General)

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information stored inside an inodeview story

https://www.centos.org – Hi,i want to know do you require only one inode to store information for a single file or you require multiple inode for storing a single fileRegardsltoso [by ltoso] (Distributions)

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How to use Ndiswrapper on OpenSUSE 10.03 for Broadcom Wifi?view story

http://lpilinux.com – The exact specs of the wireless card, as listed by ‘lspci -v’ are: (HowTos)

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How to Monitor a Java Application by using Nagiosview story

http://lpilinux.com – This is a slight departure from our regular programming. Instead of just concentrating on the sys admin side of things I want to show how to add a Nagios check to an existing application. (HowTos)

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How to display PHP errors without using PHP.ini fileview story

http://lpilinux.com – If you are using a shared server, or just have a limited account on your company servers, you might not have access to your php configuration file php.ini (this is usually found under /etc/php.ini in rhel/centos and /etc/php5/apache2/php.ini in debian/ubuntu). (HowTos)

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Snort – Full Tutorialview story

http://lpilinux.com – Snort is an open source network intrusion prevention and detection system that operates as a network sniffer. It logs activities of the network that is matched with the predefined signatures. (HowTos)

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IPTables Firewall – Full Tutorialview story

http://lpilinux.com – iptables is a firewall that is a replacement of the IPChains firewall for the Linux 2.4 kernel and later versions. It requires elevated privileges to operate, and it must be executed by user root, otherwise it fails to function. (HowTos)