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Articles: Linux / UNIX

A Guide To Using Wine

Emulators ?

An Introduction to Backtrack 3

A short guide to getting up and running with backtrack 3 final.

Automatically Mounting Hard Disk Partitions at Start-Up on Linux

How to mount a partition automatically on Linux.

Change the kde kmenu icon.

Does exactly what it does on the tin.

Cron Jobs

An intro to cron jobs

Fdisk: Partitioning Your Hard Drive

Detailed explanation on using Fdisk to partition your hard drive.

Interesting Unix Commands

Some of my favorite Unix commands. (some of them are out dated, i know)

John The Ripper For Linux

John The Ripper Tutorial For UNIX/LINUX Only

LInux Terminal Introduction

A beginners introduction to the very powerful linux terminal

Mac OS X Physical Security

Mac OS x security article

Mac Terminal Easter Eggs

Hidden fun in the "Terminal" program of Mac OS X

Making Linux Live CDs

For anyone that doesn't know, or anyone interested in Linux

Securing Linux (ESSENTIALS)

Important to do before surfing the net, or making a connection across your own bubble-wrapped LAN.

Single-Packet Authentication and Protocol Analysis

SAP Authentication and Protocol Overview (Basics).

Some Linux Operating Systems Explained

Notes on different flavours of Linux operating systems which I have used and seen in use.

Some useful Linux commands(Part 1)

Useful linux commands

TT1 *NIX 1: FreeBSD's Ports System

Software Installation on FreeBSD, easy as hell!

TT1 *NIX 2: Unix Basics

Basic commands and summation of Unix based systems.

TT1 *NIX 3: Linux Choices

So many Distrobutions.. Wait, Wtf is a Distrobution?? Some linux anatomy.

The survival guide!

There are masses of commands, but only 10 you will need everyday!

Unlock System Preferences [Mac]

Gain complete access to all the panes of the system preferences, even when they are \\\"greyed-out\\\".

Why Linux is mistaken to be the Hacker OS

Why does Linux and *nix in general scare people into thinking all it's users are hackers?

WinSCP3 - Local & Remote PC files TRANSFER.

sometimes you want to transfer files from linux to windows without having to use CDs or dangerous P2P software. That's why there's a quick and easy way to communicate between same or different Operating Systems.

Wiping LOGS on *nix Systems

For educational purposes only.

X: 6000-6063 (TCP) Service Abuse

X Windows System Misconfiguration hacking and the infamous "Wake Up, Neo" trick from the matrix demonstrated with X.

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