These are my links for 7 lug 2011 from 13:54 to 14:25:
- 50+ Killer Apps for Your New Chromebook | Nettuts+ – In celebration of the first wave of Chromebooks being released today, now is a great time to start looking for replacements for the tools you can’t live without on a day to day basis. Code editors, image editors, games? All of these can be replaced! I’ll show you the best choices today.
- Howto: Debian Squeeze+Nginx+WordPress – Nginx è uno tra i webserver open source che si sta diffondendo di più tra i sistemisti che ricerchino performance elevate e un consumo di risorse inferiore rispetto ad Apache (ma anche ad alternative “minimaliste” con Lighttpd).
- Migrating data – Summary: Migrating or copying data is a frequent task that system administrators carry out often. There are various tools available for these tasks, including cp, tar, and cplv.
- Techdocs: Migrating Users from One AIX System to Another AIX System – This document discusses migrating users from one AIX system to another. This does not include transferring the user's personal data or home directories.<br />
The information in this document applies to AIX 5.2 and above.<br />
Since the files involved in the following procedure are flat ASCII files and their format has not changed from V4 to V5, the users can be migrated between systems running the same or different versions of AIX (for example, from V4 to V5).
- Techdocs: hacmp tutorial –
These are my links for 13 mag 2010 through 14 mag 2010:
- Freeware OS X – Freeware software for Apple Macs | OSX | – We provide links and descriptions to the best freeware available for Mac OS X. Please come back and visit us often as we update our site daily.
- Mac Freeware and Free mac Software for OSX – How to use FreeMacWare.com<br />
At FreeMacWare.com, we try to be just a little different from the other download sites. We only review freeware for Mac OS X, and we aren’t trying to find all the freeware out — just the best. We review freeware that both we and our readers have found, and we post everyday. At the end of each post, you will find a link to the developer’s site so you can learn more, make sure the freeware is compatible with your system, and download the latest version.
- Open Source Mac – Free Mac software, all open-source, all OS X. – Open Source Mac is a simple list of the best free and open source software for Mac OS X. We aren't trying to be a comprehensive listing of every open-source mac app, instead we want to showcase the best, most important, and easiest to use. This page should be a handy reference and a useful tool for getting more people to start using free and open-source software. If you think we're missing any great apps, please let us know. Open Source Mac is of course hosted on Linux.
- Switching to Chrome? Download these Extensions | Nettuts+ – When Chrome first entered the browser wars in September 2008, although it quickly acquired a big 1% of the audience, many resented the fact it wasn’t as extensible as the long-time favorite Firefox browser. Developers want add-ons – things that’ll make their coding faster and easier, with less room for mistakes. Things which, let’s face it, Chrome couldn’t yet offer. But things have since changed.
- How To Build Your Own Edublogs.org Site in 7 Easy Steps – Did you know that Edublogs.org is run by the same people who are behind WPMU DEV?<br />
That means that WPMU DEV supplies members with all the plugins and functionality that anyone would need to build their own Edublogs.org style site.<br />
Well, we figured that we’d create a quick guide to assist: