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What to use?

Posted 11-03-2011 at 02:15 PM by williamfromtexas

There's so much OSS around us it's hard to know what or where to start.

I just heard of a cool new open stuff: Newscoop, a newspaper content management system. I like to write and publish, I like CM systems. The problem is that Source Fabric, the releasing organization, has also released another really cool system, for radio broadcasting.

Similar story for this: Libre Graphics magazine. I love it, it's origins are a great example of what people can do on a whim and...
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Cool.

Posted 11-03-2011 at 10:56 AM by peonuser

Beginning to like debootstrap.
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mounting remote directory through ssh

Posted 11-03-2011 at 03:48 AM by neonsignal

The sshfs package can be used to fuse mount remote directories.

For example, a remote apt-get archive could be mounted as a rough way of sharing the package cache:
Code:
sshfs server:/var/cache/apt/archives /var/cache/apt/archives
And then unmounted later:
Code:
fusermount -u /var/cache/apt/archives
This method can be automated by setting up an entry in /etc/fstab (this works best if the ssh login is done through a PKI...
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The Debian List

Posted 11-02-2011 at 11:09 PM by etech3

Well I have been adding to my list of Debian sites. I had started with a list of Linux sites for newbies , but I had to break the Debian stuff out as it was getting long by itself.

If you have a site that you want to add, send a comment and I will see about adding to the list.

Here you go:



Debian Org
http://debian.org

Debian Documentation
http://www.debian.org/doc/

The Debian GNU/Linux...
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How to install Adobe Flash Player for Red Hat Linux

Posted 11-02-2011 at 07:31 PM by skinutter

Being a Linux newbym, seems to take me 3 times as long to install stuff on Linux than it did on Windows --arghhh.
I needed to install a new version of Flash Player today as one of my work applications needed version flash-plugin-11.0.1.152-release.x86_64.rpm or higher.
I went to the Adobe site and downloaded the package, but could not find instructions how to do that.
Using my limited knowledge and some info from forums, I downloaded it in the Flash Player folder and tryed...
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