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22 Set/10

Take the Tedium Out of Chores by Expanding Your Knowledge [Mind Hacks]

Take the Tedium Out of Chores by Expanding Your Knowledge [Mind Hacks]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); No one likes menial tasks, but Erin at Unclutterer finds that tedious chores become much more interesting if you expand your knowledge on it. More » (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Continua a leggere – Original Link: Take the Tedium Out of Chores by Expanding Your Knowledge [Mind Hacks] Technorati Tags: become-much, chores,...

6 Apr/10

A Life Without Flash

A Life Without Flash

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Adobe Flash has a market penetration of 99% which means that it is installed on 99 out of 100 computer systems according to a study posted on the Adobe website. Security vulnerabilities on the other hand become more frequent and users have to update their versions of Flash regularly to secure their computer systems. A life without Flash would mean to make the system more secure. But which consequences would it have in terms of...

17 Mar/10

Understanding Samba security modes

Understanding Samba security modes

If you have read any of the Samba content here on Ghacks you probably will have noticed that within the smb.conf configuration file a line that begins with security =. This is a very important part of Samba setup and generally the section that gives users the most problems. Although the security mode would seem fairly straight-forward, it is certainly worth explaining. In this article I will discuss what the security mode feature does and what the different modes are. By the end of...




11 Lug/09

Setting up a Dual-Boot – Just the Tutorial to Help

Setting up a Dual-Boot – Just the Tutorial to Help

Until a couple of months ago, I didn’t know much about dual-booting. Yes, I knew it meant running two OS’s on one machine but beyond that, not much else. So when I decided to go ahead and set up a dual boot on my laptop, I definitely needed help. I got it in the form of the Illustrated Dual Boot site. As the name suggests, the site is packed with tutorials to assist people with dual-booting their computer to run both Windows and Ubuntu. The tutorials help install Ubuntu versions...

8 Lug/09

Assign IPv6 addresses in Linux

Assign IPv6 addresses in Linux

It is inevitable that IPv6 addresses are going to eventually take over. When that happens you will need to know just how to assign an IPv6 address in your Linux operating system. Of course this will only be necessary on a system that uses a static IP address, but when you’re using Linux that can happen fairly often. Having this knowledge on hand will make this transition seamless. Of course you will have to have a kernel that is compiled with IPv6 support. Most modern Linux distributions...

7 Lug/09

In Plain English

In Plain English

If you have to explain a concept to someone you better make sure to match their proficiency level so that they actually understand what you are talking about. If you work in tech support you usually talk to users all the time who have little to no knowledge at all about technology. They might get confused if you throw words like web browser, email client or operating system at them. In Plain English is a video series on Youtube and the common craft website that explains concepts in plain...