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Ubuntu For Tablet

Ubuntu has announced an operating system for tablets dubbed ‘Ubuntu for Tablet’ that is says will work on tablets of any size.  The OS will work on both entry level tablets as well as high-end tablets with enterprise specifications, the operating system offers multitasking, safer...
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Install and Setup Mutt Email Client on Ubuntu

Command-line email client mutt has a well-deserved reputation as a powerhouse of an email client. It’s fast, flexible and, best of all, surprisingly easy to use.  In this guide we give you Step-By-Step instructions for setting up Mutt email client on Ubuntu using Gmail. 1....
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How to Install Nessus on Backtrack 5

As a lot of people have pointed out and I noticed is that Nessus is not installed in Backtrack anymore by default.  This is such a powerful tool so you are going to want to add it back to Backtrack.  This is a Step-By-Step guide...
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Install Snort on FreeBSD

Step-By-Step instructions on how to Install snort on FreeBSD. 1. Login to your computer as root or elevate to su 2. First we have to compile snort form the ports tree by running this command: make -C /usr/ports/security/snort install all You will be asked about which support you want to add...
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Install PacketFence on CentOS 6.x

First do a standard install of CentOS 6.  After the standard install IP all the network cards to the proper IP addresses before you install Packetfence.  After that follow these steps-by-step instructions to install packetfence. Update CentOS 1. yum update Install Wget 2. yum install wget...
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Install gnome GUI on CentOS

Step-By-Step instructions on how to install gnome GUI on CentOS This is a step by step guide on how to install the Gnome GUI on CentOS 1. Using yum, we will need to install X Windows System as the based for GUI and rich input device capability: $...
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Install gnome GUI on FreeBSD

Step-By-Step instructions on how to install gnome GUI on FreeBSD. 1. Login to your computer as root 2. Type Vi /boot/loader.conf  and add these 3 lines linux_load=”YES” linprocfs_load=”YES” atapicam_load=”YES” 3. Next make sure that the linux proc folder exists by typing the command mkdir -p /compat/linux/proc 4. Now Type Vi /etc/fstab Add...
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FreeBSD Project Donations Down By 50%

The FreeBSD project has sought $500,000 in donations by year end to allow it to continue to offer to fund, manage projects and sponsor FreeBSD events, developer summits and provide travel grants to FreeBSD developers. But with the end of this year fast approaching, it...
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Dell Ubuntu Ultrabook on Sale

Dell’s Project Sputnik laptop is now for sale on dells website.  Dell’s XPS 13 Developer Edition is the first in there new line of linux computers. http://www.dell.com/us/soho/p/xps-13-linux/pd.aspx Project Sputnik is an open, six-month product exploration by Dell to help identify what developers want in a laptop....
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FreeBSD Project Hacked Via Stolen SSH Key

FreeBSD Project has released a summary on their security breach two machines within the FreeBSD.org cluster have been compromised and have been consequently pulled offline for analysis.  The affected machines were taken offline for analysis.   However it added that the intruder had sufficient access to...
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