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Monitor your Linux computer with music

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GNU/LinuxMonitor your Linux computer with machine-generated music from IBM developerWorks tells you how to use FluidSynth and some perl scripts to monitor the load of your machine. A clever idea.
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KnoppMyth: set up monitoring of your system - with graphs!

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GNU/LinuxI found the MonitoringGraphsHowto on KnoppMythWiki. Basic idea - set up rrdtool to create nice graphs of the cpu, memory, disk, network activity / usage of your KnoppMyth box. It can be enhanced with anything you can create a rrdtool monitoring script for. The results are shown on web page(s) from your KnoppMyth box.
 
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How-To: Monitoring a Server with Munin

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GNU/LinuxFrom Debian / Ubuntu Tips & Tricks: How-To: Monitoring a Server with Munin - "This tutorial will show you how to set up Munin to gather statistics of a single server, but keep in mind that Munin can be deployed throughout a whole network, but beware that there is no real security measure (such as authentication ...) taken by munin. To be able to access the datas gathered by munin, we are going to set up a virtual apache server. Those datas will only be accessible to authenticated users using apache mod_auth_digest (a more secure authentication protocol)."
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Linux powers Nokia 770

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GNU/LinuxFrom IBM developerWorks' Linux on board series: Linux powers Nokia 770. The article looks at the Nokia 770 as a developer tool, hobbyist device and compares it with a few others.
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Xubuntu: upgraded the AS5672 laptop to 6.10

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GNU/LinuxPreviously, I installed Xubuntu 6.06 on the Acer Aspire 5672 laptop. Now I have just upgraded to Xubuntu 6.10, using the apt-get method. Find more info and a dmesg at my Xubuntu on AS5672 page.
 
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Linux for the PSP

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GNU/LinuxIt would be cool, if your PSP could run Linux, right?
PSPLInux isn't there yet, but it is started, and that is a good thing.
 
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DSLinux - Linux for the Nintendo DS

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GNU/LinuxIs Linux going to take over the world? Hard to tell, but you can now run Linux on your Nintendo DS with DSLinux (you will need a special adapter for a storage card).
 
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Ubuntu 6.10 released

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GNU/LinuxFrom OSnews.com: Ubuntu 6.10 Released. Highlights for the desktop include GNOME 2.16, Firefox 2.0, OpenOffice.org 2.0.4, Gaim 2.0 and two new applications, F-Spot and Tomboy. This release also features a pre-release of the upcoming LTSP-5, as well as the usual updates of the base system, with GCC 4.1.1, Glibc 2.4 and Linux 2.6.17. Edubuntu 6.10, Kubuntu 6.10 and Xubuntu 6.10 have also been released.
 
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Running A File-, Print-, Proxy-, DHCP-, AND Time-Server For Small/Medium Enterprises

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GNU/LinuxThe article Running A File-, Print-, Proxy-, DHCP-, AND Time-Server For Small/Medium Enterprises shows how to run a file-, print-, HTTP proxy- DHCP-, and time server for small and medium enterprises (SME) on one single Debian Sarge system. It is very easy to set up, and management is done with an easy-to-use web interface called eBox so once the system is set up, you can forget about the command line. eBox was developed to administrate advanced services for corporate networks, and it was created for Debian Sarge.
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How I automated my backups to Amazon S3 using s3sync

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GNU/LinuxHow I automated my backups to Amazon S3 using s3sync from John Eberly's Geek Blog is a nice article on setting up backups to Amazon's S3 service (pay as you go): "The following steps describe how I backup my “public drive” to Amazon’s awesome S3 storage service. I decided to post this, because I haven’t found a fairly “simple” guide to actually automate backups to S3 that functions similar to rsync on Linux."
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