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Posted 02-15-2011 at 05:10 PM by wilcoxdude

As any taken the test from this course. (Rapid Track Course with RHCSA and RHCE Exam RHEL 6). I'm scheduled for training next month and would like to get some insight on how to pass the exam.
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SSH doubts

Posted 02-15-2011 at 09:35 AM by redhatarun

if a user login to my system via ssh and delete any file .How to i get those information who has deleted and when he has deleted it .from which ip he has loginto my systems
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Installing Adobe Flash Player on Linux/Debian Lenny

Posted 02-14-2011 at 06:57 PM by wmromine
Updated 07-15-2011 at 03:01 PM by wmromine

After installing a fresh install of Linux/Debian Lenny, and attempting to access the web with Ice Weasel, you soon discover you cannot play videos without installing Adobe Flash Player. As it turns out, this is a simple process. First, you go to Adobe's website,, and download the latest version of Flash Player for linux. Then, untar the file to a selected location. Next, copy the .so file to the following folder: usr/lib/mozilla/plugins/

That is it! The next time...
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Clear Hot Spot Internet

Posted 02-14-2011 at 12:37 AM by FredGSanford

I just finish getting this Clear Spot to work using my current Win XP desktop USB port. My next project will see how it works with Linux.

The Clear Spot is a 4G personal hotspot that lets you connect up to 8 wireless devices, everywhere you go in the Clear coverage area.

I had been using the On-the-Go USB wireless device but wasn't satisfied since it wouldn't work with Linux or PPC Macs, so I decided to switch for a home modem at first but noticed the hot spot router....
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How to Convert Web-page into a PDF File in Ubuntu 10.10(Maverick)

Posted 02-14-2011 at 12:03 AM by allu john sudhakar

To convert web-pages into PDF file in ubuntu 10.10 is very easy way.
just press Ctrl and P and you will see a new box called Print.
In that you will see Print to file in printer section.
Now just press Print to file now you can see Name box and Output Formate
first you have select (.) PDF and and now you move to Name place and give and name to that file Exp:- xxx.pdf and now go to save in folder: place just press it to change to save on desktop. And press Print box....
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