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First Steps with OpenELEC on the Raspberry Pi 2
OpenELEC uses very little system resources for processor or memory. There's no need to use any special customization tips to get good performance with the RPi2. There's also no need to overclock the machine, reduce the resolution of videos, or use a different skin (although I really like the Amber skin).

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Mandriva Linux
Mandriva Linux, formerly known as Mandrake Linux, is a friendly Linux Operating System which specializes in ease-of-use for both servers and the home/office. It is freely available in many languages throughout the world. The Mandriva Linux PowerPack contains more than 2300 high-quality applications including a complete Office Suite of programs, plus installation support, for a cost of approximately 10 times less than the equivalent Microsoft Windows + MS Office cost, which comes without any technical support. Read more


  • AGIX Linux
    Linux tutorials and how to's. Hundreds of articles written by linux experts.
  • Basic Linux Commands For Beginners
    provided for people with no Linux experience. It covers basics, such as connecting, working with files and directories, changing a password and using 'man'
  • Blender Basics Classroom Tutorial Book
    Blender Basics makes an invaluable introduction to Blender, a free open source 3D content creation suite available for many operating systems including Linux. It used to be developed commercially, but is now released under the GPL.
  • Breaking Firewalls with OpenSSH and PuTTY
    This article shows how remote Linux and Windows users can gain access to firewalled samba, mail, and http servers. In essence, it shows how openSSH and PuTTY can be used as a VPN solution for your home or workplace.
  • Getting the Most From Your Shell
    no matter whether you log in to a super-duper latest-thing X desktop or with a Wyse 30 over a slow modem connection, you will most likely at some point be using the shell. This article looks at how you can get the most from it
  • Google Gmail on Home Linux Box using Postfix and Fetchmail
    If you have a Google Gmail account, you can relay mail from your home linux system. It's a good exercise in configuring Postfix with TLS and SASL. Plus, you will learn how to bring down the mail safely, using fetchmail with the "sslcertck" option, that is, after you have verify and copied the necessary certificates. You'll learn it all from this tutorial. And you'll have Gmail running on your local Postfix MTA.
  • KDE Embedded Components Tutorial
    KDE Embedded Components Tutorial demonstrates how to convert an existing KDE application (the aKtion! video player) into a component suitable for embedding inside of the Konqueror browser.
  • Linux 101
    a comprehensive Wiki on Linux and related topics
  • Linux Internet Server: Set Up a Firewall Part 2
    examines how to set up a Linux box to provide routing services between the local network and the Internet, and to address the security issues raised by such a connection by having the Linux box act as a firewall
  • Linux Shell Scripting Tutorial
    designed for beginners who wish to learn the basics of shell scripting/programming plus introduction to power tools such as awk, sed, etc
  • LyX Quickstart
    details everything needed to write a professionally typeset book in LyX. Included are installation, configuration, distinctions between LyX and LaTeX, creating your own styles (both environments and a method of color based character styles), documentation resources, learning by reverse engineering, fancy headers, and modifying existing LaTeX commands and environments without modifying the original file. Read more
  • Manualinux
    Manualinux is a Linux manual that talks in an easy way about commands, utilities, programs, kernel, networking and other things.
  • Set Up a Linux Internet Server Part 1
    shows how such a modest PC can do sterling work on your network -- providing Internet access, file and print services, and even firewall protection
  • Shell Curses function library
    "Shell Curses" is a library of script functions that provide the shell programmer the ability to perform text-based cursor movements to specified locations on the screen.
  • SQLite Tutorial
    explores the power and simplicity of sqlite3, first by starting with common commands and triggers, then the attach statement with the union operation is introduced in a way that allows multiple tables, in separate databases, to be combined as one virtual table, without the overhead of copying or moving data
  • The Linux Tutorial and Knowledge Base
    Hundreds of easy-to-understand articles on a wide range of topics for beginners as well as advanced users. Most of the material was written by a well-known computer writer whose material has been published by Prentice Hall, Byte, Linux Magazine, Linux Server Computing and more. The site contains "Test Your Knowledge" quizzes, popup glossary, and directed links to related topics.
  • Ubuntu Linux Resources
    Ubuntu Linux Resources is a collection of open source tutorials designed to help new Ubuntu users, in particular those coming from a Windows-using background.
  • UNIX Tutorial
    UNIX Tutorial comprises fourteen sections, each of which addresses a fundamental aspect of UNIX computing. It concentrates on illustrating the central concepts by providing short explanations, along with examples, and exercises.
  • wyoGuide
    wyoGuide is a guide and a tutorial for developing well-designed cross-platform applications. Where possible any guideline is accompanied with sample code written in C++ using the wxWidgets framework.

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