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Off the Beat * Bruce Byfield

The State of Linux Distros In the middle of a discussion about whether the number of Linux distributions was declining, I suddenly realized that I didn't need to rely on my own power of observations.

Caliber: A Battleground for Function Versus Form Because of my experience with graphic design, I like to think that an application's layout matters as much as its design. However, the release last week of calibre 1.0 challenges my outlook.

Choosing Which Fundraisers to Support These days, I can hardly log on to Google+ or Facebook without being bombarded by a dozen fundraising campaigns. Musicians, filmmakers, game makers, authors, charities, free software projects, manufacturers, non-profits, for-profits – everyone seems to be asking for a slice of the crowdfunding pie.

Productivity Sauce * Dimitri Popov

Quick Directory Navigation from the Command Line Jeroen Janssens has recently shared a neat little hack that allows you to bookmark often-used directory paths in the terminal and quickly jump to any of the bookmarked directories.

Set up Your Own Firefox Sync Server with Weave Minimal Using the Sync feature in Firefox, you can keep browser data in sync between different devices and platforms.

Change Default Search Engine in Firefox for Android I've been using Ixquick as my primary search engine lately, and I'm pretty happy with it so far.



The RADOS Object Store and Ceph Filesystem -- Part 4 By Martin Loschwitz

We look into some everyday questions that administrators with Ceph clusters tend to ask: What do I do if a fire breaks out or I run out of space in the cluster?

Parallel Tools By Jeff Layton

Even with tons of cores per node today, the traditional sets of tools are still serial-only, utilizing a single core; however, some of the more popular tools have parallel versions, allowing you either to use the extra cores to run the same command in parallel or to perform the same task across multiple nodes.

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VDI Basics By Jens-Christoph Brendel

For years, the replacement of physical PCs with virtual PCs has been touted as a mass movement, but so far, the revolution has not taken place. We explore the background.

Total Network Monitor By Thomas Joos

Even Windows doesn't have to have an expensive network monitoring tool. The free Total Network Monitor helps you keep an eye on your network.


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