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Opinion Romana Open Source. Nu shareware. Nu freeware - GNU/Linux
Open Source. Nu shareware. Nu freeware

Open Source. Nu shareware. Nu freeware. Poate va intrebati ce inseamna asta? La ce foloseste? Cu ce ajuta? Diferentele sunt fundamentale, si le veti afla in acest document, impreuna cu miturile ce inconjoara Open Source. 1. Care este definitia Open Source? Orice...

Opinion Romana Mituri care inconjoara softul Open Source. - GNU/Linux
Mituri care inconjoara softul Open Source.

Libertatea softului reprezinta pentru o parte din entitatile comerciale o amenintare pentru modelul lor de afaceri, mai ales cand acesta se bazeaza pe fortarea indirecta a utilizatorilor spre dependenta de un sistem proprietar si pe limitarea optiunilor. De accea se cultiva mituri despre...

Opinion Romana Din istorie - De ce EasyLinux? - GNU/Linux
Din istorie - De ce EasyLinux?

Saturday, 21 May 2005 Înainte de a instala orice pe un calculator, trebuie sa raspundeti la intrebarea logica “de ce?”. De ce sa instalezi Linux pe sistemul tau? Cu ce te ajuta? Ai auzit, poate, ca este mai bun decât Windows, ca este mai stabil, dar prin ce se...

Tutorial English Build your own CCTV system with Zoneminder - GNU/Linux
Build your own CCTV system with Zoneminder

The three main reasons for surveillance are security, safety and nosiness. Whether you need a visual check on a sleeping baby, or a video of a stranger putting your cat in a wheelie bin, Zoneminder fits the bill. Zoneminder is a sophisticated camera manager, including support for multiple image...

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Romana Cum sa maresti o partitie SWAP pe LVM - GNU/Linux
Cum sa maresti o partitie SWAP pe LVM

Servere cu prea putin SWAP sau chiar deloc, care necesita SWAP. Atunci apare aceasta problema de a face increase la SWAP (fara a da reboot la server). In acest exemplu eu am 512MB SWAP pe un server cu 16GB RAM. Deoarece am ceva containere java care ruleaza pe server, si...

Tutorial Romana Ce este un firewall? Firewall/NAT cu Linux - GNU/Linux
Ce este un firewall? Firewall/NAT cu Linux

Exista multe confuzii si mituri despre firewalluri. Unii cred ca firewallul este un instrument magic pe care daca il pun, nu mai intra hackerii, virusii, etc. rupe tot... Un firewall “normal”, numit si “packet filtering firewall” este un filtru pentru...

Tutorial Romana Localizarea in romana distributiei Mandriva Linux - GNU/Linux
Localizarea in romana distributiei Mandriva Linux

Sunt multe de spus pe acest subiect insa voi incerca doar sa punctez cateva aspecte urmand ca o parte din studiu sa revina utilizatorilor care doresc sa participe in proiectul de traducere a distributiei. Traducerea Mandriva Linux se afla deja intr-un stadiu avansat astfel incat la...

Featured Romana Din istorie - Propunere de statut (funny) pentru rlug - autor: Alexandru Dan Corlan - doctoru - GNU/Linux
Din istorie - Propunere de statut (funny) pentru rlug - autor: Alexandru Dan Corlan - doctoru

Noi, subsemnatii, in deplinatatea a facultatilor noastre mentale, reciproc stabilita, ne declaram apartenenta la grupul RLUG, organizatie aguvernamentala, apolitica, acomerciala, areligioasa, ad hoc, fara personalitate juridica, si care isi...

Tutorial Romana Ssh (Secure Shell) - program pentru logare la distanta - GNU/Linux
Ssh (Secure Shell) - program pentru logare la distanta

Ssh (Secure Shell) e un program pentru logare la distanta si pentru executarea comenzilor pe masina de la distanta. A fost facut pentru a inlocui rlogin si rsh si pentru a asigura comunicatiile criptate intre 2 gazde neincrezatoare dintr-o retea nesigura. Prin canalul oferit pot...

Tutorial Romana Cum se controleaza viteza ventilatoarelor (lm-sensors) in Ubuntu - GNU/Linux
Cum se controleaza viteza ventilatoarelor (lm-sensors) in Ubuntu

Mai intai instalati si configurati lm-sensors , asa cum este descris in sectiunea de mai sus. Apoi rulati pwmconfig pentru a testa ventilatoarele : pwmconfig Daca controlul vitezei ventilatoarelor este posibil puteti continua. Creeati...

Tutorial English How to fix the most common Linux problems - GNU/Linux
How to fix the most common Linux problems

We'll come right out and say this - Linux breaks. There, we've got that off our chests. No matter how much we might like our chosen distro, there is no denying that things can go wrong, or that it might not even be right in the first place. Of course, Linux...

Tutorial English How to set up a web server with Apache - GNU/Linux
How to set up a web server with Apache

Ask anyone to name a web server for Linux and they'll either mention Apache or be deliberately obtuse by picking something else. It's not that there aren't alternatives, but Apache is everywhere. The others have their advantages, often being lighter, but if you're ever going to transfer a...

Tutorial English Geotagging with Linux - GNU/Linux
Geotagging with Linux

Geotagging photographs makes it possible to give your computer orders like “show me on a map where this picture was taken” or “find all my pictures taken within a three-mile radius of Buckingham Palace”. If you want to publish your pictures online, geotagging makes it possible to make your own...

Opinion English Opinion: Why repositories are not app stores - GNU/Linux
Opinion: Why repositories are not app stores

While Apple stomps around the internet, trying to gain exclusive rights to the term "app store", a lot of Linux users are furrowing their brows. After all, Linux has had the same kind of software delivery system for ages, right? Not quite. There are some important differences which...

Opinion English How the Linux kernel works - GNU/Linux
How the Linux kernel works

In depth: Oxford Dictionary defines a kernel as "a softer, usually edible part of a nut" but offers as a second meaning: "The central or most important part of something." (Incidentally, it's this first definition that gives rise to the contrasting name 'shell', meaning, in...

Opinion English How to choose the best Linux distro for you - GNU/Linux
How to choose the best Linux distro for you

At the time of writing, there are three hundred and twenty three distributions being tracked on distrowatch.com. There's one called Ehad. And another is called Estrella Roja. Many include the letter 'X' in their name, and many feature hand-drawn mascots and disparate communities. Not...

Opinion English How to create an open source community - GNU/Linux
How to create an open source community

Community. This little nine-letter word is the lifeblood of open source. Barely a day goes by without some aspect of it impacting our lives, be that via Linux, a local book club, your closest group of friends or any one of a million other places. In an age when anyone over 45 seems to have stories...

Tutorial English How it works: Linux audio explained - GNU/Linux
How it works: Linux audio explained

There's a problem with the state of Linux audio, and it's not that it doesn't always work. The issue is that it's overcomplicated. This soon becomes evident if you sit down with a piece of paper and try to draw the relationships between the technologies involved with taking audio from a...

Opinion English Opinion: competition vs cohesion - GNU/Linux
Opinion: competition vs cohesion

What's more important for the success of Linux: competition between the various components and projects involved, or co-operation to present a unified front in the battle for the desktop? How do we ensure a good balance between the two? Read on for Mike Saunders's entry for the podcast challenge,...

Opinion English How Linux works: the ultimate guide - GNU/Linux
How Linux works: the ultimate guide

Ever wanted to learn how the internals of your Linux desktop work? Yes, we've already published detailed "how it works" articles about things like sound, the kernel, LVM, PAM and filesystems, but in this article we're going to take a wider view and explain how everything in a modern...

Tutorial English Using a VPN - I want to make service XYZ available over the internet but only to authorised users - GNU/Linux
Using a VPN - I want to make service XYZ available over the internet but only to authorised users

A common complaint for Linux users goes along the lines of: “I want to make service XYZ available over the internet but only to authorised users. How do I do this securely?” where XYZ could be VNC, NFS, Samba or a local web...

Tutorial English Z shell made easy - GNU/Linux
Z shell made easy

Following on from our other articles that make various Linux tasks easy, in this article we'll introduce Zsh (Z shell), a shell that has many of the benefits of Bash and others, plus a lot more on top. After reading this, you'll have a good idea about the power of Zsh and will be able to make an informed decision whether...

Tutorial English Bash tips for power users - GNU/Linux
Bash tips for power users

If you're a power Linux user, you probably spend a lot of time in the Bash shell. But with the addition of some functions, autocompletion, configuration tweaks and shortcuts, we reckon we can make you even more productive. You doubtless already have aliases set up in your .bashrc file – shortening...

Tutorial English A quick guide to backups using tar - GNU/Linux
A quick guide to backups using tar

Though tar is widely used for archiving it is rarely used for daily backups because it has no incremental capability - or at least, most people don't think it has. In fact, the GNU version of tar has a perfectly good mechanism for creating and restoring incremental archives; it just isn't very...

Tutorial English Coding Academy: write your first PHP script - GNU/Linux
Coding Academy: write your first PHP script

PHP dates back to 1995 when its creator, Rasmus Lerdorf, began work on a scripting toolset dubbed Personal Home Page (PHP). The sudden demand for the toolset spurred Rasmus to further develop the language and, in 1997, version 2.0 was released with a number of enhancements and improvements from...