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Juliet Kemp explores the incredibly useful xargs command. It takes in input and executes your chosen command on it. Deceptively simple in concept; extremely powerful in execution. Here we'll look at xargs with find, and then at some other possibilities.
Linux offers multiple remote graphical desktop options for other Linux hosts, but what if you run a mixed Linux-Windows shop? Eric Geier shows how to run remote Windows desktops on Linux.
Apache isn't the only Web server in town, though it is by far the most popular. Eric Geier rounds up a batch of excellent Open Source Web servers for all occasions, from fully-featured to stripped-down yet capable of handling large loads.
Linux and open source rule the wireless hotspot world, and Eric Geier has rounded up five excellent, feature-packed open source wireless hotspots for us.
Eric Geier rounds up eight Linux router projects with a little something for everyone, from Internet gateways for home users to enterprise Cisco replacements.
It isn't very difficult to crimp your own CAT5 cabling. You can repair and re-use old cable, cut cable to exact lengths, and save money. Aaron Weiss shows how, with lots of good pictures.
When the simple file and printer sharing features offered by Windows, Unix/Linux, and Mac aren't enough, you should consider using a network-attached storage (NAS) server.
If you're already using Subversion for version control, extend it with commit hooks to make it a more integrated part of your development workflow.
There is more to graphics and photo editing in Linux than the wonderful Gimp. Paul Ferrill rounds up a raft of excellent Linux image editors and paint programs for all ability levels.
What are the first things you should look at after learning of a sudden change in MySQL server performance?