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100 Essential Free Apps
We can all admire the vast number of open source apps and tools that are available on modern operating systems. They come in all shapes and sizes. Small console tools that can be easily integrated into large projects, feature-rich apps that offer everything bar the the kitchen sink, well designed tools, and eye catching candy. Open source software holds numerous compelling advantages over proprietary software.

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XBoard is a graphical user interface for chess. It displays a chessboard on the screen, accept moves made with the mouse, and load and save games in Portable Game Notation (PGN). It serves as a front-end for many different chess services, including: Chess engines that will run on your machine and play a game against you or help you analyze, such as GNU Chess, Crafty, or many others. Chess servers on the Internet, where you can connect to play chess with people from all over the world, watch other users play, or just hang out and chat. Correspondence chess played by electronic mail. The CMail program automates the tasks of parsing email from your opponent, playing his moves out on your board, and mailing your reply move after you've chosen it.

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  • Hands-On Oracle Database 10g Express Edition for Linux
    by Steve Bobrowski: Hands-On Oracle Database 10g Express Edition for Linux shows you, step by step, how to set up, administer, tune, troubleshoot, and secure a robust database system. You will also learn to use PL/SQL and Oracle Application Express to build custom database applications. Get started today with the Oracle database that's free to develop, deploy, and distribute.
  • Oracle Database 10g Linux Administration
    by Wim Coekaerts, Edward Whalen (Publisher), Wim Coekaerts, McGraw-Hill: details everything from installing the OS (Red Hat and United Linux) to installing the database to debugging and troubleshooting to performance, availability, and scalability. Wim is the Director of Linux Engineering at Oracle
  • Oracle DBA on Unix and Linux
    by Michael Wessler: provides administrative solutions for the day to day DBA. Explains in detail how to build and support a fully functioning Oracle database
  • Oracle Shell Scripting: Linux and UNIX Programming for Oracle
    by Jon Emmons, Donald K. Burleson: More than 50 working shell scripts for both beginners and experts give Oracle professionals a fantastic head-start on automating their administration duties and are easily modifiable for any environment. Topics include the history of shells and shell scripting, detailed step-by-step instructions on building shell scripts, how to tell when things are working right, and how to effectively monitor the system for failures.
  • Oracle SQL*Plus: The Definitive Guide
    by Jonathan Gennick: This bestselling book--now updated for Oracle 10g--is the only in-depth guide to this interactive query tool for writing SQL scripts.
  • Oracle8i Database Administration
    by Noel Yuhanna: This book addresses some of the most common and complex issues regarding the newest, most popular database management technology.
  • Oracle8I DBA Bible
    by Jonathan Gennick, Carol McCullough-Dieter, Gerrit-Jan Linker: Covers implementations on both Windows NT/2000 and Linux/UNIX platforms. Complete coverage of Oracle8i database administration. Learn how to install Oracle8i and configure Net8 and the password file, master advanced topics, and more.
  • Oracle9i UNIX Administration Handbook
    by Donald K. Burleson: This authorized guide from Oracle Press explains how to administer Oracle9i on all of the major UNIX platforms, including Solaris, HP-UNIX and IBM-UNIX, and Linux. Inside, you'll find proven techniques and UNIX scripts that can be used to perform dozens of UNIX-related tasks.
  • Scaling Oracle8i: Building Highly Scalable OLTP System Architectures
    by James Morle: Scaling Oracle8i(tm) offers valuable insights and techniques for designing reliable and scalable online transaction processing (OLTP) applications using Oracle. This book focuses on providing the in-depth information about Oracle and the underlying hardware required to build systems that scale effectively.
  • The Oracle Hacker's Handbook: Hacking and Defending Oracle
    by David Litchfield: Like The Shellcoder's Handbook and The Database Hacker's Handbook, this in-depth guide explores every technique and tool used by black hat hackers to invade and compromise Oracle. It shows you how to find the weak spots and defend them.



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