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Accessing Windows Shares from a Linux Workstation
networking_accessingwindowssharesfromlinuxworkstation.pdf
A logical first step for new Linux users is, after building a Linux workstation, to want to connect it to their existing Windows network. This document describes how to connect to shares on a Windows computer from a Linux workstation.
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Geändert: 03.03.2004 Autor: Whil Hentzen
Arbeiten mit Grafiken und Diagrammen
OOoSwitch 10.doc
Die meisten Menschen verstehen Informationen besser, wenn sie als Grafik oder Diagramm präsentiert wird als wenn sie die reinen Daten sehen. Calc hat die Fähigkeit, die Daten auf unterschiedlichen Art aufzubereiten und bietet eine Oberfläche ähnlich einem Assistenten, um Sie durch die erforderlichen Schritte zu leiten.
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Geändert: 02.06.2005 Autor: Tamar E. Granor
Changing the Mouse Resolution
configuration_changingmouse.doc
I don't have much room on my desk. Between a couple of system units , two 21 " monitors, a couple of Microsoft Natural keyboards, a couple of mice, a lamp, and even a piece of paper or two, it's crowded here.
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Geändert: 03.03.2004 Autor: Whil Hentzen
Configuring Your Desktop
06_LTPU05.pdf
So you’ve installed Fedora Core, you’ve logged in, and you’re facing a GUI desktop. What next? You’ve got two choices. Either leave it alone and just learn how to use what’s in front of you, or customize it—make it bend to your will. Hey, I know! Let’s do both! In this chapter, I’ll explain how to use the desktop “out of the box,” and then I’ll show you how to customize it by showing you how I customize my own desktop.
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Geändert: 23.05.2004 Autor: Whil Hentzen
Connecting to a Windows NT Server Automatically
networking_connectingtontserverautomatically.doc
Do you really want to enter that long 'mount' command manually every time you turn your computer on? I didn't think so. Here's how to configure Linux to automatically mount remote filesystems and make them available all the time. This HOWTO assumes that you've already read "Connecting to a Windows NT Server Manually".
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Geändert: 03.03.2004 Autor: Whil Hentzen
Connecting to a Windows NT Server Manually
networking_connectingtontservermanually.doc
It's an interop world. We need to connect Windows and Linux machines. Here's how to access directories and files on a Windows NT server from a Linux workstation. As you start to work with Linux, you'll find that you need to be able to access files on a Windows network from a Linux workstation. You don't need to do anything complicated – perhaps just open files.
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Geändert: 03.03.2004 Autor: Whil Hentzen
Connecting Windows Workstations
LTNetworkChapter6.pdf
Because this is a book about using Linux on a Microsoft Windows-based network, this chapter shows you how to connect various Microsoft Windows workstations to a Linuxbased PDC.
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Geändert: 03.03.2004 Autor: Michael Jang
Cron Explained
cron_explained.pdf
You can't get far in the Linux world without hearing the words, "Oh, just set up a cronjob to do that for you!" Cron? Cronjob? Sounds uncomfortable, maybe even a bit nasty. This whitepaper describes what cron is and how to use it. It describes what cron, cronjobs and crontabs are, how cron works, how to edit crontabs and how to set up cronjobs, and how to work with cron output via email and log files.
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Geändert: 03.08.2004 Autor: Whil Hentzen
Deciding on a Distribution: How and Why I Chose RedHat
installation_decidingonadistributor.doc
I began working with Linux seriously around the middle of summer of 2002 - Fourth of July week to be exact. My plan at the time was to install a number of distributions and evaluate each of them from the point of view of a Windows developer learning Linux. I was prepared for a lot of hard work, learning a lot, running into roadblocks, and generally getting my hands really dirty 'under the hood'.
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Geändert: 03.03.2004 Autor: Whil Hentzen
Draw and Impress Documents with OpenOffice.org
oome_sc15.pdf
This chapter introduces methods to manipulate and modify the content contained in Draw and Impress documents. The drawing functionality is the same in Draw and Impress, but Impress contains extra functionality to facilitate presentations.
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Geändert: 12.08.2004 Autor: Andrew Pitonyak
Erleichtern Sie Ihr Leben mit Vorlagen und Dokumentvorlagen
OOoSwitch 5.doc
Für die meisten Anwender ist das gleichmäßige Aussehen innerhalb von Dokumenten wie auch von Dokumenten untereinander wichtig. OpenOffice.org unterstützt diese Anforderung mit Vorlagen, die eine Gruppe von Formatcharakteristika definieren sowie mit Vorlagen, in denen die Vorlagen mit vorformulierten Texten kombiniert werden, um die Basis für neue Dokumente zu bilden.
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Geändert: 02.06.2005 Autor: Tamar E. Granor
Fedora Core 3 Installation & Customization
fedoracore3_customization.pdf
Ever want to look over someone else's shoulder to see how they set up their desktop machine for day to day use? In this whitepaper, I'll discuss the installation of Fedora Core 3 on a ThinkPad T30. Then I'll configure it to connect to a Linux file server, and customize it as my primary day-to-day desktop machine for email, browsing, and office work.
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Geändert: 27.01.2005 Autor: Whil Hentzen
From GUI to Text: A Windows User's Guide to Running Linux without a GUI
fromgui_totext.pdf
Most folks who are moving to Linux from Windows use distributions that by default have Linux start up with the GUI. All fine and good, but one side effect is that they often get stymied when they need to boot Linux to a text-based interface. This document describes how to perform a number of basic tasks in Linux, using only the text-based interface.
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Geändert: 03.08.2004 Autor: Whil Hentzen
Get Involved. Or Get Dead.
misc_winevoting.doc
OK, all of you who want to see the Fox market shrink, raise your hands. No, you readers from Microsoft don't get to play this game. Now, all of you who want to see the market grow - raise your hands. Com'on, take your hands off the keyboard for one moment.
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Geändert: 03.03.2004 Autor: Whil Hentzen
Getting started with OpenOffice.org Macros
oome_sc01.pdf
In OpenOffice.org, macros and dialogs are stored in documents and libraries. The included integrated development environment (IDE) is used to create and debug macros. This chapter introduces the basic concepts of starting the IDE and creating macros by showing the steps to produce a simple macro, which displays the text “Hello World” on the screen.
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Geändert: 12.08.2004 Autor: Andrew Pitonyak
Installing Fedora Core Linux
installation_fedoracore.pdf
In mid 2003, Red Hat spun off their mainstream Red Hat distribution into a true Open Source project called "Fedora Core". FC, as it's known, differs from Red Hat Linux in a couple of specific ways ­first, you can only get it by downloading ISOs (or getting them from a friend), and second, it'll be updated on a regular basis, but strictly through Open Source means. Some have taken these changes to mean that FC will be unstable or otherwise unworthy of attention anymore, and thus have been reluctant to give it a try. That's not really fair ­most people think that FC is on a par with where "Red Hat 10" would have been at this time. Some people may not be convinced, so to give those doubting Thomas's in the audience a preview of what FC looks like, I use a liberal number of screen shots as well as detailed supporting explanations to show you how to install Fedora Core from scratch for desktop usage.
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Geändert: 03.03.2004 Autor: Whil Hentzen
Installing Multiple Linux Distributions
installation_multiplelinuxdistributionsononemachine.pdf
There are lots of places that tell you the general ideas on setting up a multiple boot, usually with Windows as being one of the OSs. But what is the philosophy behind it? What about some of the war stories? How many partitions? What boot partitions? While the doc says " you can", what are the ramifications of doing so? How do you set up multiple Linux installations? What are the step by step instructions? Here they are.
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Geändert: 03.03.2004 Autor: Whil Hentzen
Installing MySQL from RPMs
mysql_installation.pdf
Installing MySQL on Linux is a reasonably straightforward procedure, and the documentation is excellent - organized, detailed, and with a lot of examples. However, there are still a lot of variations that you can encounter, and, as with any documentation team, there are still places where they have to assume a minimal level of knowledge, and if you're missing that knowledge, the procedure can still be difficult. The purpose of this document is to provide a supplement to the online documentation, with a detailed description of how to install MySQL from RPMs onto a Linux machine from the perspective of an experienced Windows programmer who is relatively new to Linux, and to provide background and perspective behind the steps.
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Geändert: 04.08.2004 Autor: Whil Hentzen
Installing New Hardware - The Flat Panel Monitor Test
installation_installingflatpanel.doc
I changed monitors today. I had installed RH8 on an old machine with an even older monitor, just to get things going. Once I started working with the box, I realized just how bad the monitor was, and that it was time to upgrade the monitor. After all, I had worked hard this year - wasn't it about time?
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Geändert: 03.03.2004 Autor: Whil Hentzen
Installing OpenOffice.org on a Windows PC
osw_installingooo.doc
I've installed OOo on four Windows machines; three W2K Pro WS and a Win XP Pro, and uninstalled it a couple of times too. All of these boxes belong to a LAN run by an NT4 PDC. I've figured out some additional pieces of information that I think would be useful for the installation doc.
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Geändert: 03.03.2004 Autor: Whil Hentzen
Installing True Type Fonts on Linux
installation_truetypefonts.pdf
Linux fonts are... a work in progress. That's a nice way of saying that they've got a ways to go to meet True Type fonts. However, all is not lost ­there are a lot of fonts available ­some for free and some for hire. However you obtain them, once you have them in hand, you still have to install the fonts on your Linux machine. Here's how.
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Geändert: 03.03.2004 Autor: Whil Hentzen
Linux Network Printing with JetDirect
networking_linuxnetworkprintingwithjetdirect.pdf
Hewlett Packard's JetDirect print server allows you to make a printer available to an entire network simply by plugging an Ethernet cable into the JetDirect device which then connects to the printer. All that's left is a little configuration. Or so the marketing literature says. It's a little more complicated than that in the real world, where you have to know all of the steps, and follow them in order. That said, once the entire process is laid out line by line, hooking up a JetDirect print server is fairly straightforward.
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Geändert: 02.05.2004 Autor: Whil Hentzen
Linux Partitions
installation_partitions.pdf
Partitions are like politics ­- everyone has an opinion. While you can accept the default configuration that the popular distributions give you, you will probably find that sooner or later, you wished you'd made better choices. Here's the lowdown on partitions, how they work with Linux (compared to Windows), some examples of how you might want to set yours up ­and why.
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Geändert: 03.03.2004 Autor: Whil Hentzen
Linux Transfer for Network Admins
ltnet.doc
Linux has always been popular as a Web server, but its penetration into the desktop market continues to grow in 2003. At the same time, companies are getting increasingly tired of security problems and privacy, licensing and pricing issues with Microsoft Windows. As a result, more and more companies are taking a look at using Linux as a file server that communicates with both their Windows and Linux desktops.
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Geändert: 04.03.2004 Autor: Michael Jang
Linux Transfer for Power Users
Linux Transfer for Power Users.doc
Major Linux distributions such as Red Hat, Mandrake and SuSE, among others, have released mature, full-featured versions suitable for day to day use on an average computer user's day to day computer, including not only a complete operating system but also a Microsoft Office-compatible application suite and a plethora of additional tools available for free download
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Geändert: 27.05.2004 Autor: Whil Hentzen
Making Life Easier with Templates and Styles
OOo05.pdf
For most users, uniformity within and across documents is important. OpenOffice.org supports this need with styles that define a group of formatting characteristics and templates that combine styles with boilerplate text to form the basis for new documents.
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Geändert: 02.06.2005 Autor: Tamar E. Granor
Mit Format- und Dokumentvorlagen die Arbeit vereinfachen
OOo Switch Kapitel 5 Vorlagen und Dokumentvorlagen.pdf
Für die meisten Anwender ist Einheitlichkeit innerhalb und zwischen verschiedenen Dokumenten sehr wichtig. OpenOffice.org kommt diesem Bedarf durch Formatvorlagen, die eine Gruppe von Formatierungseigenschaften definieren, sowie durch Dokumentvorlagen, in denen Formatvorlagen mit Textbausteinen vereint werden um die Grundlage für neue Dokumente zu bilden, entgegen.
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Geändert: 09.06.2004 Autor: Tamar E. Granor
Observations on Traveling with Linux
observations_ontravellingwithlinux.doc
Going on the road, however, is different. Could I function on the road, away from the office for anywhere from overnight to a whole week, without a Windows machine? I had two choices. As the primary reason for many of these trips was to demonstrate Linux to Windows developers, I needed to bring my Linux machine with me. The choice was whether I brought my Windows notebook with me as well.
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Geändert: 03.03.2004 Autor: Whil Hentzen
OOoSwitch: 501 Things You Wanted to Know About Switching to Open Office.org
oo501.doc
OpenOffice.org is the leading Open Source Office suite of applications, incorporating a word processor, a spreadsheet, a presentation tool, a drawing tool, a formula builder, and a sophisticated programming language. With over a million users worldwide as of the summer of 2002, OOo is providing very real competition to Microsoft Office because of its robust feature set, low price, and lack of onerous licensing and registration requirements.
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Geändert: 04.03.2004 Autor: Tamar E. Granor
Playing Audio Files on Red Hat 8.0
installation_playaudiofiles.doc
So once I was able to connect to my file server, the next step was to be able to play all of the MP3s I had stored on my server. I'd spent months ripping the hundreds of CDs I'd painstakening collected over the past 15 years (well, actually, one of my kids spent months - I just told her what to do) and I didn't want to loose the fruits of my labors.
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Geändert: 03.03.2004 Autor: Whil Hentzen
Remote Access Via SSH
remoteaccessviassh.pdf
SSH is one of those typical “Linux mysteries” for the uninitiated. SSH provides a secure mechanism to connect to another machine over a network. This allows you to control a remote computer (such as through the command window) over the Internet without exposing your connection to other people. Here's what SSH does, why you'd use it, how it works and, most importantly, how to use it.
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Geändert: 08.10.2004 Autor: Whil Hentzen
Rezension OOoSwitch
11-02-22 Rezension OOoSwitch.pdf
Hentzenwerke Publishing überrascht mit einem Buchtitel über die kostenlose Office-Umgebung OpenOffice.Org von Tamar E. Granor. Der Buchtitel ist selbstverständlich, wie alle anderen Titel von Hentzenwerke Publishing, auch über die dFPUG sofort lieferbar zu beziehen.
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Geändert: 04.03.2004 Autor: Tamar E. Granor
Rezension OOoSwitch: 501 Things You Wanted to Know About Switching to Open Office.org
11-02-22 Rezension OOoSwitch.doc
OpenOffice.org ist die führende Office-Suite im Open-Source-Bereich und enthält eine Textverarbeitung, eine Tabellenkalkulation, ein Präsentationsprogramm, ein Zeichenprogramm, ein Programm zur Erstellung von Formeln und eine ausgereifte Programmiersprache. Im Sommer 2002 hatte OOo über eine Million Anwender weltweit und ist mit seinen Features, seinem niedrigen Preis (es kann gratis aus dem Internet heruntergeladen oder zum Preis der CD auf Datenträger bestellt werden) sowie dem Fehlen von Lizensierungs- und Registrierungseinschränkungen ein echter Mitbewerber von Microsoft Office.
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Geändert: 04.03.2004 Autor: Tamar E. Granor
Rezension: Linux Transfer for Web Admins
11-02-36 Rezension Linux Transfer for Web Admins.pdf
Die Kombination von Linux und Apache war lange Zeit die populärste Serverplattform im Internet, sie stand aber auch im Ruf, dass sie schwierig einzurichten und zu administrieren wäre. Frühere Bücher zu diesem Thema haben entweder den Leser „niedergeredet“, haben erklärt, wo der Rechner eingeschaltet wird und wie eine Diskette verwendet wird oder gehen davon aus, dass der Leser als Voraussetzung eine jahrelange Erfahrung mit Unix aufweist.
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Geändert: 22.09.2005 Autor: Steve Suehring, Dee-Ann LeBlanc
Setting Up Virtual Hosts in Apache (A Tutorial for Windows Web Admins)
settingup_virtualhosts_onapache.pdf
One common need of Web site administrators is to host multiple Web sites on the same physical machine. This functionality is called 'virtual hosting'. This document explains how to set up virtual hosting with the Apache Web server running on Fedora Core 2, using a similar setup on Microsoft's Internet Information Server as a reference point.
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Geändert: 08.10.2004 Autor: Whil Hentzen
Ten Minute Guide to Setting Up a Linux File Server
fileserver_tenminuteguide.pdf
One of the common requirements in a Linux-based network is to include Linux workstations. There are a multitude of ways to do so; if this network also includes Windows workstations that are connecting to the Linux file server, you're likely already using Samba. This document describes how to have a Linux workstation access data on a Linux file server via Samba. Here's a quick tutorial to the essential steps involved in setting up a Linux File Server and having Linux workstations connect to it, using Fedora Core as an example.
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Geändert: 08.10.2004 Autor: Whil Hentzen
The Ten Minute Guide to Setting Up a Linux Web Server
webserver_tenminuteguide.pdf
Here's a quick tutorial to the essential steps involved in setting up a Linux Web Server, using Fedora Core as an example. No explanation for any of the steps is provided; just the basic 'to do' list to install, configure and secure your Web server. For background and explanation, see the various whitepapers and Linux Transfer books found on www.linuxtransfer.com.
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Geändert: 03.08.2004 Autor: Whil Hentzen
The Top Ten Command Window Tips
toptencwtips.pdf
Power users can go a long way just using the graphical user interface (GUI) running on top of Linux. You can use the GUI for just about everything, from making changes to the system configuration to launching programs. However, the GUI is a fairly recent addition to the Linux world. Many hard-core and experienced users never use the GUI, and there are uses for Linux for which a GUI would be out of place. This GUI-less world sports an interface that can be entered by using a tool similar to the Windows command window or DOS prompt. In this whitepaper, I will discuss how to get under the hood by using the Linux command window.
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Geändert: 03.08.2004 Autor: Whil Hentzen
Updating Fedora Core
installation_updating.pdf
Unless you're installing a brand new version of a piece of software, there are bound to be updates available for it, and Fedora Core is no exception. Updating your system with the latest patches, bug fixes, and security updates will keep your system running as smoothly and problem-free as possible. Fedora Core being Linux, there's not just one way to update your system. In this chapter, I'll explain how the Fedora Core basic update process works and how to use the various mechanisms available to you.
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Geändert: 02.05.2004 Autor: Whil Hentzen
Using VMWare to Capture Linux Installation Screen Shots
installation_vmwarescreenshots.pdf
How do you capture screen shots of an operating system installation? There are a couple of ways. One is to take digital photographs of the screen. Blech. Another way is to install a piece of software called VMWare on an existing OS. Then, use VMWare to create a shell in which the OS in question can be installed ­and then use the screen capture facilities of the existing OS to grab the screens of the OS being installed. Here's a detailed explanation of how this works.
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Geändert: 03.03.2004 Autor: Whil Hentzen
Visual FoxPro, Linux and the Jack of Hearts
misc_vfplinuxjackofhearts.doc
A lot of hubbub has been raised over the "Visual FoxPro running on Linux" issue over the last few weeks. Much of the hubbub has been based on incomplete or inaccurate information. Here's the detailed chronology, including links to specific items, so that you've got all of the facts.
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Geändert: 03.03.2004 Autor: Whil Hentzen
Visual FoxPro, Linux and the Jack of Hearts 2
misc_vfplinuxjackofhearts2.doc
On April 27 at the Essential Fox conference in Kansas City, Ken gave me a business card with a URL that pointed to Microsoft's answer to my email. The URL pointed to a hidden web page on Microsoft's GotDotNet website. The response was this...
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Geändert: 03.03.2004 Autor: Whil Hentzen
Warum ich zu Linux wechsle
Warum Linux.doc
Den gegenwärtigen Zustand zu verändern erfordert Mühe. Und niemand wird sich ohne guten Grund anstrengen. Das Betriebssystem zu wechseln ist ein Kraftakt. Aus welchem Grund sollte man einen solchen Aufwand betreiben? Übersetzung von Why I am moving to Linux von Whil Hentzen.
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Geändert: 09.12.2004 Autor: Whil Hentzen
What is an Installfest?
installfestFAQ.pdf
An installfest is a special type of LUG meeting where people bring computers to the meeting and get help installing, updating, or tweaking their Linux installation. However, this is sort of a superficial explanation. While on the surface it appears to just be an event where experienced Linux users help newer folks get Linux running, underneath an Installfest is a community building event.
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Geändert: 03.03.2004 Autor: Whil Hentzen
What You Might See During Your First Red Hat Install
installation_yourfirstinstall.doc
Red Hat 8.0 comes on 5 CDs, but disks four and five have source code, so you only need the first three if this is your first time out.
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Geändert: 03.03.2004 Autor: Whil Hentzen
When X Dies: How to Kill and Restart X Windows
killx.pdf
A GUI is a complex piece of software; combined with the event driven capabilities, you may run into the situation where your GUI locks up on you. Unlike Windows, the Linux GUI isn't tightly bound into the underlying OS; instead, it's a set of separate programs running on top of the OS. As a result, however, you're not forced to restart your machine due to problems with the GUI itself. This whitepaper discusses the options you've got available to you to recover a failed X Windows session.
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Geändert: 27.01.2005 Autor: Whil Hentzen
Why an 8-time Microsoft MVP and Lifetime Achievement Award Winner is Learning Linux
general_whymvp.doc
My name is Whil Hentzen. I've been developing custom database applications since the early IBM PC days, starting with dBASE II. I delighted in the capabilties that a relational desktop database program could provide, delighted further when dBASE III+ fixed all the bugs in dBASE III, and agonized during the introduction of dBASE IV, its 28 lbs of documentation, and more performance problems than the Chevy Corvair and the Ford Edsel combined.
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Geändert: 03.03.2004 Autor: Whil Hentzen
Why I'm Moving to Linux
indexwhymoving.doc
I've been building custom software apps on Microsoft platforms since the mid-80's. I was a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) from the mid 90's until last year, a Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) during the late 90's, and received the first Microsoft Visual FoxPro Lifetime Achievement Award in October of 2002. So why am I moving to Linux?
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Geändert: 03.03.2004 Autor: Whil Hentzen
Why Linux? Reasons and Benchmarks to Measure
general_whylinux.doc
Changing the status quo requires effort. And people aren't going to expend effort without a good reason. Changing operating systems is a change, and requires a huge effort. What kind of reasons would prompt such a huge effort?
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Geändert: 03.03.2004 Autor: Whil Hentzen
Working with Graphs and Charts
OOo10.pdf
Most people understand information better when presented as a graph or chart than when they look at the raw data. Calc has the ability to graph data in a variety of ways and offers a wizard-type interface to guide you.
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Geändert: 02.06.2005 Autor: Tamar E. Granor