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Experiencing Software Freedom Day Singapore 2008

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Last Updated on Monday, 22 September 2008 06:13 Written by ari Sunday, 21 September 2008 21:42

I've just got arrived in Singapore for three weeks, and I was happened to be able to attend Software Freedom Day Singapore 2008. It's all started when I joined Singapore Linux User Group (SLUG). Then I saw the announcement at http://www.softwarefreedomday.sg

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How to setup LCD Projector and Notebook with Ubuntu 7.04 Feisty

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Written by ari Thursday, 26 July 2007 15:35

Ubuntu is one of distros whose popularity is phenomenal in the last 2 years. We can see it at http://www.distrowatch.com Ubuntu has been ranked #1 for the last 2,5 years. 

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Tired with your MS Windows? Use Linux!

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 06 September 2006 09:38 Written by ari Monday, 07 August 2006 12:55

It seems that almost every one of us has been a victim of computer virus. From a very minor annoyance to a big pain in the back re-installing the whole operating system. Dan how often? Veryyyy often.. No matter if we have installed antivirus program with regular updates, there is always a possibility that we might get infected with a computer virus. So, why wait? Use Linux. There's more to it....

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Installing Linux Remotely

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 July 2006 11:07 Written by ari Wednesday, 12 July 2006 10:11

One of the feature of Linux that I admire most is it's ability to be installed remotely. Meaning? Yes, we can install it from a different location, either it is from a different floor, different building, different city, or even different country. This is most useful for a corporate with many branches but limited IT staffs.

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Let's block cracker using Denyhosts

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Last Updated on Thursday, 30 March 2006 19:00 Written by ari Thursday, 30 March 2006 14:44

For those who have server that is always connected to the internet, it is common to notice in the log file that someone has been trying to gain entry into the server by using  dictionary attack or brute force attack.

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