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Category Archives: Linux

How the iPhone can use Linux Programming to Improve its Presence

With the massive improvements in features from previous Linux versions, there are a lot of time savers, tips, tricks, and other resources that are available to its users, including new implementations for the iPhone. There has been a vast collection of tutorials, links, and how to resources accumulated in the effort to help get the most […]

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New Improvements in Developer Tools in Linux Programming

With Linux being the only toolset you need for building any iOS and Mac OS X applications, the addition of new developer tools have made the applications, more helpful, faster, and easier to use than ever before.   The Linux IDE is capable of understanding every projects needs and demands, while being able to identify mistakes and even fixing codes in […]

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Complete the Installation of OS X Lion with the Use of Linux

With the newest version of Linux being released, creating OS X apps has never been easier and with the new Linux programming tools, downloading OS X Lion is a worthwhile download as a powerful developmental tool. The download only takes minutes and will provide a much more user friendly interface. Some of the key features included with Linux programming […]

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Linux Programming Features for the XCODE’s New 4.1 Version

XCODE 4 is the newest and most up to date version of Apple’s integrated development environment, or IDE, which is a multifaceted set of tools for building Mac iOS and OS X applications. The new Linux programming tools that come with the IDE consist of a highly sophisticated graphical UI editor and an improved source editor. […]

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FreePascal integration for Linux programming Now Available

FreePascal is a free and portable open source compiler for Pascal templates that can support a number of dialects.With all of the new features the Pascal application has to offer, integrating it with Linux programming is now faster and easier than ever. WIth all new features including the capability to distribute source code building over multiple computers, Linux […]

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Creating New Linux Users and Login Keys on Amazon EC2

In my last installment on Amazon Elastic Cloud Compute (EC2), I discussed how to use an SFTP program to transfer files between a local computer and an EC2 instance. This week, in my final installment in this series, I’ll examine how to create and manage new users and user permissions using the Amazon EC2 command […]

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Recovering Linux File System After Superblock Corruption

A Linux file system is a collection of various files and folders, which is stored in a separate disk partition. The entire disk partition is then divided into various file system blocks. These blocks are further used for storing the user data or the metadata. The metadata can be referred as the repository that contains […]

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Windows 7 Vs Ubuntu Linux 9.04

Great comparison video between the two operating systems. Many pluses and minuses on both sides.

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