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Setting up your first LAMP server on Ubuntu.

You can use apt-get to install these packages by running the following commands:

sudo apt-get install apache2
sudo apt-get install php5
sudo apt-get install php5-cli
sudo apt-get install php5-cgi
sudo apt-get install php5-mysql
sudo apt-get install php5-pgsql
sudo apt-get install libapache2-mod-php5
sudo apt-get install build-essential
sudo apt-get install mysql-server
sudo apt-get install mysql-doc-5.0

Linux Kernel recompilation with GRSECURITY

To recompile the Linux kernel, Upgrade to at *least* these software revisions before thinking you've encountered a bug! If you're unsure what version you're currently running, the suggested command should tell you.

Grsecurity is an innovative approach to security utilizing a multi-layered detection, prevention, and containment model.

It is licensed under the GPL. more details at Linux-Kernel-recompilation-with-GRSECURITY

iptables linux firewall for home office networks.

The below example has the follwoing settings.

# Internet Interface
INET_IFACE="ppp0"
# Local Interface Information
LOCAL_IFACE="eth0"
LOCAL_IP="192.168.1.1"
LOCAL_NET="192.168.1.0/24"
LOCAL_BCAST="192.168.1.255"

More - iptables-linux-firewall-for-home-office-networks

Requirements for Nagios Notifications.

If you want to receive email notifications for Nagios alerts, you need to install the mailx (Postfix) package.

sudo apt-get install mailx
sudo apt-get install postfix

Edit the /usr/local/nagios/etc/objects/contacts.cfg config file with your favorite editor and change the email address associated with the nagiosadmin contact definition to the address you'd like to use for receiving alerts. You'll have to edit the Nagios email notification commands found in /usr/local/nagios/etc/objects/commands.cfg and change any '/bin/mail' references to '/usr/bin/mail'. Once you do that you'll need to restart Nagios to make the configuration changes live.

Requirements-for-Nagios-Notifications

Planning your Linux partition structure.

For a less simple partition structure:

/boot    60-100 meg 
swap     2 x memory
/tmp     1 Gig. mount /tmp with noexec,nosuid in /etc/fstab
/        6-10 Gig
/var     8-20 gig. Emails, logs and databases stored here
/usr     5-12 gig. source code
/home    rest of drive. Roughly 80% for user data. 
/home    Mount with nosuid in /etc/fstab if possible.

Feel free to modify these numbers as needed. Note, if you plan on installing dovecot, all email data is stored under /home and not /var, so adjust as needed. Also FreeBSD store mysql databases in /home/mysql/. Please have Basic development/compiling tools such as gcc, g++, and perl.

Working with LVM Logical Volume Manager

  • Creating hard drive space into logical volumes.
  • Since physical volumes cannot span over more than one drives.
  • /boot partition cannot be a lvm because the partition cannot be read by the boot loader
  • /boot should be on a separate partitions. - ext3
  • lvm2 uses the device mapper driver in the kernel 2.6
  • First create PV -physical volume, then create volume group-VG, and then the logical volume-LV.

More - LVM-Logical-Volume-Manager

How to verify signature of downloaded source file with GPG

Here downloaded file is postfix-2.6.5.tar.gz and the signature is postfix-2.6.5.tar.gz.sig

$ gpg --verify postfix-2.6.5.tar.gz.sig postfix-2.6.5.tar.gz
gpg: Signature made Sat Aug 29 00:50:08 2009 UTC using RSA key ID C12BCD99
gpg: Good signature from "Wietse Venema <wietse@porcupine.org>"
gpg: WARNING: This key is not certified with a trusted signature!
gpg:          There is no indication that the signature belongs to the owner.
Primary key fingerprint: FF 96 4A 8C 96 88 7C 6E  A4 EF AD BF 48 34 E1 BB

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namp scan techniques host discovery version detection and much more

ubuntu@mail:~$ man -k nmap
nmap (1)             - Network exploration tool and security / port scanner


Nmap 4.53 ( http://insecure.org )
Usage: nmap [Scan Type(s)] [Options] {target specification}

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Using perl to make changes to a list of files.

Example below add comment to all the virtual host conf file in apache.

perl -pi -e 's/Error/#Error/' virtual_host*.conf

perl -pi -e 's/ssl=ON/ssl=OFF/' /usr/local/directadmin/data/users/*/domains/*.conf

CentOS 5.4 rpms list download page.

http://mirrors.kernel.org/centos/5.4/os/i386/CentOS/

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Getting the very best return on your IT investment with GNU/Linux.

Getting the very best return on your IT investment is not always straightforward, and that's where the Linux Community can be of help.

Did you know: Linux source code for all supported architectures is contained in about 4500 C and Assembly files stored in about 270 subdirectories; it consists of about 2 million lines of code, which occupy more than 58 megabytes of disk space.

Linux is a tiny operating system when compared with other commercial giants. Micro$oft Windows 2000, for example, reportedly has more than 30 million lines of code. Linux is also small when compared to some popular applications; Netscape Communicator 5 browser, for example, has about 17 million lines of code.

  • Billions of dollars are transacted on Linux systems running every major financial exchange EVERY day.
  • Billions of users a day use Linux systems in everything from their TV, to their ATM machine to the cell phone to the servers powering the cloud.
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  • Credit goes to http://www.linuxfoundation.org - The Linux Foundation's mission is to promote, protect and standardize the Linux platform to fuel its growth around the world.

One of the more appealing benefits to Linux is that it isn't a commercial operating system: its source code under the GNU Public License is open and available to anyone to study, the official site is http://www.kernel.org/ The GNU project is coordinated by the Free Software Foundation, Inc. (http://www.gnu.org/); its aim is to implement a whole operating system freely usable by everyone. The availability of a GNU C compiler has been essential for the success of the Linux project.

The fundamental architecture of the GNU/Linux operating system, GNU/Linux provides robust & scalable platform for changing business.

http://www.itmission.org/images/kernel.png http://itmission.org/linuxdesktop.png_thumb.jpg In some ways, Linux is the champion of a set of ideals. Whether you buy into these ideals is a separate issue from whether you use the technology, of course, but nonetheless a complete understanding of Linux and Linux-based systems requires at least an awareness of the legacy.

  • The GNU Project was launched in 1984 to develop a complete Unix-like operating system which is free software: the GNU operating system.
  • Unix-like operating systems are built from a collection of libraries, applications and developer tools, plus a kernel to allocate resources and talk to the hardware

GNU+Linux is an operating system, but it's also representative of a lot more.

Linux-based operating systems are extremely powerful and flexible, but unlocking that power and flexibility requires knowledge and understanding of how the system works. Note:Linux is "merely" a kernel. That is, Linux is a piece of software that manages resources and processes, but provides no system libraries or user interface.

Since Linux is just a kernel, it requires a set of system libraries to become a useful environment. If Linux is just a kernel, where do these system libraries come from? Who writes them? Who maintains them? Obviously, whoever maintains these libraries makes a huge contribution to Linux systems in general. In the vast majority of Linux installations, the system libraries are the GNU utilities, written and maintained by the Free Software Foundation.

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Since Linux is just a kernel, it requires a set of system libraries to become a useful environment. If Linux is just a kernel, where do these system libraries come from? Who writes them? Who maintains them? Obviously, whoever maintains these libraries makes a huge contribution to Linux systems in general. In the vast majority of Linux installations, the system libraries are the GNU utilities, written and maintained by the Free Software Foundation.

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  • The GNU Project was launched in 1984 to develop a complete Unix-like operating system which is free software: the GNU operating system.
  • Unix-like operating systems are built from a collection of libraries, applications and developer tools, plus a kernel to allocate resources and talk to the hardware

GNU+Linux is an operating system, but it's also representative of a lot more.

Linux-based operating systems are extremely powerful and flexible, but unlocking that power and flexibility requires knowledge and understanding of how the system works. Note:Linux is "merely" a kernel. That is, Linux is a piece of software that manages resources and processes, but provides no system libraries or user interface.

Since Linux is just a kernel, it requires a set of system libraries to become a useful environment. If Linux is just a kernel, where do these system libraries come from? Who writes them? Who maintains them? Obviously, whoever maintains these libraries makes a huge contribution to Linux systems in general. In the vast majority of Linux installations, the system libraries are the GNU utilities, written and maintained by the Free Software Foundation.

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  • Billions of users a day use Linux systems in everything from their TV, to their ATM machine to the cell phone to the servers powering the cloud.
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Did you know: Linux source code for all supported architectures is contained in about 4500 C and Assembly files stored in about 270 subdirectories; it consists of about 2 million lines of code, which occupy more than 58 megabytes of disk space.

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  • One of the more appealing benefits to Linux is that it isn't a commercial operating system: its source code under the GNU Public License is open and available to anyone to study, the official site is http://www.kernel.org/
  • The GNU project is coordinated by the Free Software Foundation, Inc. (http://www.gnu.org/); its aim is to implement a whole operating system freely usable by everyone. The availability of a GNU C compiler has been essential for the success of the Linux project.
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Did you know: Linux source code for all supported architectures is contained in about 4500 C and Assembly files stored in about 270 subdirectories; it consists of about 2 million lines of code, which occupy more than 58 megabytes of disk space.

Linux is a tiny operating system when compared with other commercial giants. Micro$oft Windows 2000, for example, reportedly has more than 30 million lines of code. Linux is also small when compared to some popular applications; Netscape Communicator 5 browser, for example, has about 17 million lines of code.

One of the more appealing benefits to Linux is that it isn't a commercial operating system: its source code under the GNU Public License is open and available to anyone to study, the official site is http://www.kernel.org/

The GNU project is coordinated by the Free Software Foundation, Inc. (http://www.gnu.org/); its aim is to implement a whole operating system freely usable by everyone. The availability of a GNU C compiler has been essential for the success of the Linux project.

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  • Did you know: Linux source code for all supported architectures is contained in about 4500 C and Assembly files stored in about 270 subdirectories; it consists of about 2 million lines of code, which occupy more than 58 megabytes of disk space.
  • Linux is a tiny operating system when compared with other commercial giants. Micro$oft Windows 2000, for example, reportedly has more than 30 million lines of code. Linux is also small when compared to some popular applications; Netscape Communicator 5 browser, for example, has about 17 million lines of code.
  • One of the more appealing benefits to Linux is that it isn't a commercial operating system: its source code under the GNU Public License is open and available to anyone to study, the official site is http://www.kernel.org/
  • The GNU project is coordinated by the Free Software Foundation, Inc. (http://www.gnu.org/); its aim is to implement a whole operating system freely usable by everyone. The availability of a GNU C compiler has been essential for the success of the Linux project.

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  • Unix-like operating systems are built from a collection of libraries, applications and developer tools, plus a kernel to allocate resources and talk to the hardware

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Using perl to make changes to a list of files.

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namp scan techniques host discovery version detection and much more

Nmap 4.53 ( http://insecure.org )
Usage: nmap [Scan Type(s)] [Options] {target specification}

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How to verify signature of downloaded source file with GPG

Here downloaded file is postfix-2.6.5.tar.gz and the signature is postfix-2.6.5.tar.gz.sig

$ gpg --verify postfix-2.6.5.tar.gz.sig postfix-2.6.5.tar.gz
gpg: Signature made Sat Aug 29 00:50:08 2009 UTC using RSA key ID C12BCD99
gpg: Good signature from "Wietse Venema <wietse@porcupine.org>"
gpg: WARNING: This key is not certified with a trusted signature!
gpg:          There is no indication that the signature belongs to the owner.
Primary key fingerprint: FF 96 4A 8C 96 88 7C 6E  A4 EF AD BF 48 34 E1 BB

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Requirements for Nagios Notifications.

If you want to receive email notifications for Nagios alerts, you need to install the mailx (Postfix) package.

sudo apt-get install mailx
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Working with LVM Logical Volume Manager

  • Creating hard drive space into logical volumes.
  • Since physical volumes cannot span over more than one drives.
  • /boot partition cannot be a lvm because the partition cannot be read by the boot loader
  • /boot should be on a separate partitions. - ext3
  • lvm2 uses the device mapper driver in the kernel 2.6

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  • First create PV -physical volume, then create volume group-VG, and then the logical volume-LV.
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/boot 60-100 meg swap 2 x memory /tmp 1 Gig. mount /tmp with noexec,nosuid in /etc/fstab / 6-10 Gig /var 8-20 gig. Emails, logs and databases stored here /usr 5-12 gig. source code /home rest of drive. Roughly 80% for user data. /home Mount with nosuid in /etc/fstab if possible.

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Planning your Linux partition structure.

For a less simple partition structure:

/boot          60-100 meg 
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/               6-10 Gig
/var            8-20 gig. Emails, logs and databases stored here on Redhat/CentOS/Fedora
/usr            5-12 gig. Just DA data, source code, frontpage.
/home         rest of drive. Roughly 80% for user data. Mount with nosuid in /etc/fstab if possible.

Feel free to modify these numbers as needed. Note, if you plan on installing dovecot, all email data is stored under /home and not /var, so adjust as needed. Also FreeBSD store mysql databases in /home/mysql/. Please have Basic development/compiling tools such as gcc, g++, and perl.

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If Linux is just a kernel, where do these system libraries come from? Who writes them? Who maintains them? Obviously, whoever maintains these libraries makes a huge contribution to Linux systems in general. In the vast majority of Linux installations, the system libraries are the GNU utilities, written and maintained by the Free Software Foundation.

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Requirements for Nagios Notifications.

If you want to receive email notifications for Nagios alerts, you need to install the mailx (Postfix) package.

sudo apt-get install mailx
sudo apt-get install postfix

Edit the /usr/local/nagios/etc/objects/contacts.cfg config file with your favorite editor and change the email address associated with the nagiosadmin contact definition to the address you'd like to use for receiving alerts. You'll have to edit the Nagios email notification commands found in /usr/local/nagios/etc/objects/commands.cfg and change any '/bin/mail' references to '/usr/bin/mail'. Once you do that you'll need to restart Nagios to make the configuration changes live.

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Linux-based operating systems are extremely powerful and flexible, but unlocking that power and flexibility requires knowledge and understanding of how the system works. Note:Linux is "merely" a kernel. That is, Linux is a piece of software that manages resources and processes, but provides no system libraries or user interface.

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To recompile the linux kernel, Upgrade to at *least* these software revisions before thinking you've encountered a bug! If you're unsure what version you're currently running, the suggested command should tell you. Grsecurity is an innovative approach to security utilizing a multi-layered detection, prevention, and containment model. It is licensed under the GPL. More ... Linux-Kernel-recompilation-with-GRSECURITY http://www.serversignature.com/linux-kernel-recompile.png/linux-kernel-recompile-full;init:.png

Linux is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds. All logos and trademarks in this site are property of their respective owner. Do you have any question, comment, suggestion to pass along to itmission.org ?

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To recompile the Linux kernel, Upgrade to at *least* these software revisions before thinking you've encountered a bug! If you're unsure what version you're currently running, the suggested command should tell you.

Grsecurity is an innovative approach to security utilizing a multi-layered detection, prevention, and containment model.

It is licensed under the GPL. more details at Linux-Kernel-recompilation-with-GRSECURITY

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Linux Kernel recompilation with GRSECURITY'''

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Linux Kernel recompilation with GRSECURITY

To recompile the linux kernel, Upgrade to at *least* these software revisions before thinking you've encountered a bug! If you're unsure what version you're currently running, the suggested command should tell you. Grsecurity is an innovative approach to security utilizing a multi-layered detection, prevention, and containment model. It is licensed under the GPL. More ... Linux-Kernel-recompilation-with-GRSECURITY http://www.serversignature.com/linux-kernel-recompile.png/linux-kernel-recompile-full;init:.png

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Getting the very best return on your IT investment.

Getting the very best return on your IT investment is not always straightforward, and that's where Linux based OS can help you.

Linux is an operating system, but it's also representative of a lot more.

In some ways, Linux is the champion of a set of ideals. Whether you buy into these ideals is a separate issue from whether you use the technology, of course, but nonetheless a complete understanding of Linux and Linux-based systems requires at least an awareness of the legacy.

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Currently itmission.org is managed and supported by a few Linux specialists, but we're passionate about using Linux.

Professional Linux Consultancy Services only for non-profit organisation and Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs).

Getting the very best return on your IT investment is not always straightforward, and that's where itmission.org Linux consultants can help.

Linux is an operating system, but it's also representative of a lot more. In some ways, Linux is the champion of a set of ideals. Whether you buy into these ideals is a separate issue from whether you use the technology, of course, but nonetheless a complete understanding of Linux and Linux-based systems requires at least an awareness of the legacy.

Linux-based operating systems are extremely powerful and flexible, but unlocking that power and flexibility requires knowledge and understanding of how the system works.

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Linux Basics

LVM Basics
In LVM, Volume Groups (VGs) are split up into logical volumes (LVs), where the filesystems ultimately reside. See Figure Below. http://itmission.org/lvm.gif

Crontab
crontab - maintain crontab files for individual users. If the cron.allow file exists, then you must be listed therein in order to be allowed to use this command. If the cron.allow file does not exist but the cron.deny file does exist, then you must not be listed in the cron.deny file in order to use this command. If neither of these files exists, only the super user will be allowed to use this command. See Figure Below for Syntax. http://itmission.org/cron.png

Some of the more important parts of the Linux kernel
The Linux kernel consists of several important parts: process management, memory management, hardware device drivers, filesystem drivers, network management, and various other bits and pieces. Figure shows some of them. http://itmission.org/kernel.png

Linux boot process
When a boot device is found, the first-stage boot loader is loaded into RAM and executed. This boot loader is less than 512 bytes in length (a single sector), and its job is to load the second-stage boot loader. Booting Linux begins in the BIOS at address 0xFFFF0. The first step of the BIOS is the power-on self test (POST). The job of the POST is to perform a check of the hardware. The second step of the BIOS is local device enumeration and initialization. http://itmission.org/boot.gif

The primary boot loader that resides in the MBR is a 512-byte image containing both program code and a small partition table see Figure.

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Todays Tips

1 Kilobyte (KB) = 1,024 bytes
1 Megabyte (MB) = 1,048,576 bytes = 1,024 KB
1 Gigabyte (GB) = 1,073,741,824 bytes = 1,048,576 KB = 1,024 MB
1 Terabyte (TB) = 1,099,511,627,776 bytes = 1,073,741,824 KB = 1,048,576 MB = 1,024 GB
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:Linux is "merely" a kernel. That is, Linux is a piece of software that manages resources and processes, but provides no system libraries or user interface.

Since Linux is just a kernel, it requires a set of system libraries to become a useful environment.

If Linux is just a kernel, where do these system libraries come from? Who writes them? Who maintains them? Obviously, whoever maintains these libraries makes a huge contribution to Linux systems in general. In the vast majority of Linux installations, the system libraries are the GNU utilities, written and maintained by the Free Software Foundation.

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Test your IQ

Do you know from where can you download the Linux Kernel?
Yes, from the The Linux Kernel Archives at http://www.kernel.org/pub/

Guess the first major film produced on Linux servers ?
Hint:: it was release in 1997 and starts with letter T

What will happen if you run the following command below?
~$ sudo kill -9 1

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1 Kilobyte (KB) = 1,024 bytes
1 Megabyte (MB) = 1,048,576 bytes = 1,024 KB
1 Gigabyte (GB) = 1,073,741,824 bytes = 1,048,576 KB = 1,024 MB
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Linux boot process
When a boot device is found, the first-stage boot loader is loaded into RAM and executed. This boot loader is less than 512 bytes in length (a single sector), and its job is to load the second-stage boot loader. Booting Linux begins in the BIOS at address 0xFFFF0. The first step of the BIOS is the power-on self test (POST). The job of the POST is to perform a check of the hardware. The second step of the BIOS is local device enumeration and initialization. http://itmission.org/boot.gif

The primary boot loader that resides in the MBR is a 512-byte image containing both program code and a small partition table see Figure.
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Some of the more important parts of the Linux kernel
The Linux kernel consists of several important parts: process management, memory management, hardware device drivers, filesystem drivers, network management, and various other bits and pieces. Figure shows some of them. http://itmission.org/kernel.png

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Crontab
crontab - maintain crontab files for individual users. If the cron.allow file exists, then you must be listed therein in order to be allowed to use this command. If the cron.allow file does not exist but the cron.deny file does exist, then you must not be listed in the cron.deny file in order to use this command. If neither of these files exists, only the super user will be allowed to use this command. See Figure Below for Syntax. http://itmission.org/cron.png

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Linux Basics

LVM Basics
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Linux Kernel recompilation with GRSECURITY
To recompile the linux kernel, Upgrade to at *least* these software revisions before thinking you've encountered a bug! If you're unsure what version you're currently running, the suggested command should tell you. Grsecurity is an innovative approach to security utilizing a multi-layered detection, prevention, and containment model. It is licensed under the GPL. More ... Linux-Kernel-recompilation-with-GRSECURITY


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Linux #1 Operating System in HollywoodLinux is used to create practically every blockbuster movie in theaters today, movies produced by Disney/Pixar, DreamWorks Animation, Sony, ILM check out http://www.linuxmovies.org/

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Why is Linux Successful? Rise of Linux: 386 chips, which provided enough power; rise of the Internet, which permitted the collaboration necessary to build Linux; and the GNU toolchain, without which none of Linux would have happened.Linus Torvalds is also obviously of critical importance.

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Community Support. If you need support from the community, please do let us know Know*. The documentation on this site are written during my free time, and reviewed by few people on the internet, you can also find a lot of other reviewed documentation on the internet.(:myButton:) If you find itmission.org useful to you or your organization, you can show your appreciation and support by sending itmission.org a contribution. Your donation will help support continued development and expansion of itmission.org.


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What is GNU System? It's a computer operating system composed entirely of free software. Its name is a recursive acronym for GNU's Not Unix, The system's basic components include the GNU Compiler Collection (GCC), the GNU Binary Utilities (binutils), the bash shell, the GNU C library (glibc), and GNU Core Utilities (coreutils).

What is Linux in the GNU System? Linux is the Kernel, Linux is a monolithic kernel:Stable kernels always have an even second digit -- for example, 2.0.38, 2.2.15, 2.2.18,an odd second number. For example, 2.3.99 and 2.1.38 are both experimental kernels.

Why GNU uses the Linux kernel? GNU's Kernel wasn't finished, so GNU used with the Linux Kernel. The GNU Project had created many of the components required for a free software operating system, but its own kernel, GNU Hurd, was incomplete and unavailable.

Where Can I Get Linux? You can either download iso images or buy the CDs or DVD's please do have a check at osdisc.com or distrowatch.com

How Run Linux within Windows 98, 2000, NT, XP or Vista without rebooting.? Visit pendrivelinux.com

What is Linux Used for? It's used for Web Serving, Networking, Databases, Scientific Computing, Animations, Home Computing, Clustering, Space Missions etc. Who Uses Linux Based OS? Everytime you use Google, you’re using Linux, Amazon, Verisign, Us Postal Service, Governments, NASA. etc the list is endless.

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Linux ? The term Linux refers to the Linux kernel, but it is commonly used to describe entire Unix-like operating systems (also known as GNU/Linux) that are based on the linux kernel combined with libraries and tools from the GNU Project and other sources, linux is the fastest growing operating system in the industry. The free operating system that exists today is almost certainly either a variant of the GNU system, or BSD. Find more on Linux from the Linux Dictionary or search the elibrary.Revolution OS is a 2001 documentary which traces the history of GNU, Linux, and the open source and free software movements. Find more at video.google.com

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Why Should You Learn Linux? There are many reasons why you should learn to use Linux. Linux servers are really common, especially among web designers and developers.In addition, if you're a student or a programmer, Linux provides a robust environment with loads of neat tools like gcc, gdb, Java, Perl, Php, Python...etc..Or perhaps you might prefer the stability of Linux, and the fact that you don't have to keep rebooting your PC. Also you don't have to worry with ever-present problem such as viruses, Trojans,spyware which you find with more mainstream operating systems.

How can i start learning linux ? Linux Online - Linux Courses - If you're new to Linux and want to find out how to use the fastest growing operating system today, all you have to do is visit Linux Online lessons section . Linux Online's course are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and so you can access this page whenever you like.

How do i search for Linux help, and where do i search for Doc's and softwares ? ibiblio archives over 171 gigabytes of Linux programs and documentation freely available for download via FTP and/or WWW access. ibiblio.org

Why should i use Linux ? Linux is used in software development, education, banking, hospitals, retail, e-commerce, transportation, government.. and is ready for mission-critical applications, such as in docking unmanned spacecraft to the new International Space Station. Check out for one such article at linuxjournal. Linux is also "open source" software, and is distributed under the GPL (GNU General Public License), this is the difference from other major systems. Linux can provide your application : speed, reliability, performance, portability and affordability. An example is the killer application [Apache], this site runs on Apache and is [Powered by Red Hat Linux]. Please do check out what indian companies has to say about linux at rediff

Best Desktop Distros: Ubuntu, Fedora, openSUSE, PCLinuxOS, Mandriva Linux, SimplyMEPIS, Knoppix, Damn Small Linux, Ubuntu Ultimate, Kubuntu etc ..http://distrowatch.com

Are you ready for a change ? If you are ready to work with Linux in your organization then the Linux Community can help you to Install....Implement....and Manage Linux environments..

How do I find software that is equivalent to Windows?You need software that is equivalent to windows. Database with Windows software and the Linux equivalents and alternatives is at the Linux Equivalent Project You can also search and download Linux software at Softpedia

MS Windows software alternative on linux. Check for more details at www.linuxappfinder.com

See also

     http://www.linuxalt.com/ The Linux Alternative Project
     http://www.linuxrsp.ru/win-lin-soft/table-eng.html 
     The table of equivalents / replacements / analogs of Windows software in Linux.

Find all debian packages here And Get your debs at at ubuntu software portal

How do i get On-line Real Time Help? Have you tried using IRC... And how do i use IRC ? (Internet Relay Chat) Basically a huge multi-user live chat facility. There are a number of major IRC servers around the world which are linked to each other. Anyone can create a channel and anything that anyone types in a given channel is seen by all others in the channel. Private channels can (and are) created for multi-person conference calls.

One way to get help is download and install Firefox'-firefox Now to connect to IRC server, you need an IRC client. For which you need the firefox browser extension which you can get at addons.mozilla.org it's a clean, easy to use and highly extensible Internet Relay Chat (IRC) client.

How do i connect to IRC serve after installing Firefox and the extension ? Start Firefox and then start the IRC the extension from Tools menu in firefox.

Type /server irc.debian.org to connect to the server. Once you are connected, you can join the channel #debian by typing: /join #debian to join the channel.

How do i join the Ubuntu IRC Channels ? Ubuntu uses-freenode.net. Type /server irc.freenode.net to connect to the server. Once you are connected, join channel #ubuntu by typing /join #ubuntu


Download Ubuntu Edition: Ubuntu 8.04 alternate

  • The alternate desktop CD. This CD does not include the Live CD, instead it uses a text-based installer.
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  • Ubuntu Edition: Ubuntu 8.04 alternate
  • Computer Platform: i386
  • Download Location: http://mirrors.se.eu.kernel.org/ubuntu-releases/

Where can i find Linux MAN Pages on Internt? man pages can be found at:

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    * http://www.kernel.org/doc/man-pages/online_pages.html
    * http://www.linuxcommand.org/superman_pages.php
    * http://www2.linuxpakistan.net/man.php
    * http://linux.ctyme.com
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    * http://man.he.net/
    * http://www.linuxmanpages.com/

How to check latest stable version of the Linux kernel? Check http://www.kernel.org/kdist/finger_banner

Mirrors of several distributions available at? http://mirrors.kernel.org

Where to search Linux Kernel Mailing list? Search can be done at http://lkml.org/

How to Report Kernel Bugs?: Check out http://kernel.org/pub/linux/docs/lkml/reporting-bugs.html

What is Linux Gazette? is an online magazine that provides many Linux tips and tricks: http://linuxgazette.net/

What is LinuxFocus? LinuxFocus is a free international magazine for Linux. It's a non profit organization and the magazine is managed by volunteers from all over the world.

What is Git? - Fast Version Control System http://git.or.cz/ Git is a popular version control system designed to handle very large projects with speed and efficiency; it is used mainly for various open source projects, most notably the Linux kernel.

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Projects Management Softwares, Collaboration and Learning Environment for Enterprise Use.

  • 1. *openxchange_server_5

OX includes 11 collaboration modules, more than any other groupware product.

  • 2. http://sourceforge.net/projects/netoffice/

NetOffice - Online project management with team collaboration, user management, multiple access levels, tasks, projects, and time tracking, task change history, files approval tracking, notes, client project sites, CRM.

  • 3.http://owl.sourceforge.net/

Owl is a multi user document repository (knowledgebase) system written in PHP4 for publishing files/documents onto the web for a corporation, small business, group of people, or just for yourself.

  • 4. http://sakaiproject.org

Sakai: Collaboration and Learning Environment for Education.

  • 5. http://moodle.org

Moodle - A Free, Open Source Course Management System for Online. Moodle a free Open Source software package designed to help educators create effective online courses

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  • Google Software Repo is here
  • Google has..now Picasa for Linux
  • 10 minutes to run every windows apps on Your Ubuntu desktop
  • Download Google Earth 3D application earth.google.com
  • GPL Implementation of the NX Server freenx.berlios.de developer.berlios.de
  • LinuxQuestions.org Podcast...LinuxQuestions.org Podcast
  • Fluendo makes proprietary codecs available to Linux users visit..news.ars

Open Document Format (ODF) : is the first and only Open Standard standardised in ISO. It is supported by many applications, some of them proprietary, some of them Free Software. If you are currently using any of the applications below, your software already supports Open Document Format:

    * AbiWord
    * Google Docs
    * IBM Lotus Symphony
    * KOffice
    * NeoOffice
    * OpenOffice.org
    * StarOffice 

If you are not already using any of these applications, the following applications are Free Software and available for public download. Go ODF today:

    * AbiWord
    * KOffice
    * NeoOffice
    * OpenOffice.org 

KnowledgeTree : is the leading commercial open source electronic document management software designed for teams and small to medium-sized organizations. With no vendor lock-in and with source code readily available, KnowledgeTree provides a more flexible, cost-effective alternative to proprietary applications. http://knowledgetree.com/


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  • How to Participate in the Linux Community
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The term Linux refers to the Linux kernel, but it is commonly used to describe entire Unix-like operating systems (also known as GNU/Linux) that are based on the linux kernel combined with libraries and tools from the GNU Project and other sources, linux is the fastest growing operating system in the industry. The free operating system that exists today is almost certainly either a variant of the GNU system, or BSD.

Linux Dictionary : http://www.tldp.org/LDP/Linux-Dictionary/html/index.html

Linux eBooks :http://elibrary.fultus.com/whgdata/whlstt3.htm#3

Revolution OS is a 2001 documentary which traces the history of GNU, Linux, and the open source and free software movements. Check that at http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=7707585592627775409

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The term Linux refers to the Linux kernel, but it is commonly used to describe entire Unix-like operating systems (also known as GNU/Linux) that are based on the linux kernel combined with libraries and tools from the GNU Project and other sources, linux is the fastest growing operating system in the industry. The free operating system that exists today is almost certainly either a variant of the GNU system, or BSD. Find more on Linux from the Linux Dictionary or search the elibrary

Revolution OS is a 2001 documentary which traces the history of GNU, Linux, and the open source and free software movements. Find more at video.google.com

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Where Can I Get Linux? You can either download iso images or buy the CDs or DVD's please do have a check at http://osdisc.com or http://distrowatch.com

How Run Linux within Windows 98, 2000, NT, XP or Vista without rebooting.? Visit http://www.pendrivelinux.com/

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Where Can I Get Linux? You can either download iso images or buy the CDs or DVD's please do have a check at osdisc.com or distrowatch.com

How Run Linux within Windows 98, 2000, NT, XP or Vista without rebooting.? Visit pendrivelinux.com

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Download URL: mirrors.se.eu.kernel.org/ubuntu-releases/hardy/ubuntu-8.04-alternate-i386.iso Ubuntu Edition: Ubuntu 8.04 alternate; Computer Platform: i386 Download Location: http://mirrors.se.eu.kernel.org/ubuntu-releases/

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KnowledgeTree : is the leading commercial open source electronic document management software designed for teams and small to medium-sized organizations. With no vendor lock-in and with source code readily available, KnowledgeTree provides a more flexible, cost-effective alternative to proprietary applications. http://knowledgetree.com/

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Open Document Format (ODF) : is the first and only Open Standard standardised in ISO. It is supported by many applications, some of them proprietary, some of them Free Software. If you are currently using any of the applications below, your software already supports Open Document Format:

    * AbiWord
    * Google Docs
    * IBM Lotus Symphony
    * KOffice
    * NeoOffice
    * OpenOffice.org
    * StarOffice 

If you are not already using any of these applications, the following applications are Free Software and available for public download. Go ODF today:

    * AbiWord
    * KOffice
    * NeoOffice
    * OpenOffice.org 

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See also

     http://www.linuxalt.com/ The Linux Alternative Project
     http://www.linuxrsp.ru/win-lin-soft/table-eng.html 
     The table of equivalents / replacements / analogs of Windows software in Linux.
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