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Thin Client Server (Linux Terminal Server Project)
How Can This Software Be Free?
Understanding GPL and Other Licenses
Building Projects with Open Source
Improvements from Linux Toys
Getting Software
Choosing a Linux Distribution
Getting Linux Toys Software
Connecting to Open Source Projects
Finding Projects at SourceForge.net
Finding Projects at Freshmeat.net
Choosing Hardware
“Can I Use Any of These Projects on My Old 486?”
“Can I Get Linux Pre-Installed on a Computer?”
“How Do I Pick Hardware for an Entertainment System?”
“How Do I Choose Hardware for Thin Clients?”
“How Do I Choose Hardware for a Server?”
“How Do I Know if My Computer Will Run Linux?”
Overview of Gallery
Installing Gallery
Step 3: Set Initial Album Options
Step 4: Save Configuration Settings
Creating Photo Albums
Using Gallery
Browsing the Albums
Sorting the Photos
Searching for Photos
Displaying Photo Properties
Printing Photos
Bookmarking Albums with RSS
Adding Comments to a Gallery
Administering Gallery
Adding Photos to Albums
Changing Gallery Attributes
Managing Gallery Users
Maintaining and Troubleshooting Gallery
Forget Your Admin Password?
Performance and Debugging
Patches and Updates
Choosing Your Hardware
Frontend Only or Backend Plus Frontend?
Hardware Requirements for MythTV
Assembly Tips
Installing and Preparing Fedora Core
Don’t Stray Too Far from the Path
Installing and Setting up the ATrpms System
Setting up a Logical Volume for /video
Installing MythTV and Drivers
Installing mythtv-suite from ATrpms.net
Setting Up NVidia Graphic Card Drivers
Setting up i2c and lm_sensors (and Fan Control)
Fixing Your CPU/MB Temperature Labels
Installing lirc_xx or lirc_imon IR Drivers
Configuring Your lirc_xx/imon IR Driver
Lirc Troubleshooting Tips
Configure the LCD Daemon (Optional)
Installing and Setting up the ivtv Package and Drivers
Setting up FireWire
Fine-Grain Control of Drivers via /etc/rc.d/rc.local
A Final Look at /etc/modules.conf
Configuring and Testing MythTV
Configuring MySQL Server for MythTV
Setting up the DataDirect Channel Listing Service
Mythbackend Setup and Startup
Mythfrontend Setup and Startup
MythTV Testing
FireWire Testing
Tricks and Tips
Problems with DVD Menus
Problems with Removable CD/DVDs
Email Notification of Problems
Tastes Great and Less Filling!
Wireless MythTV?
Watching System Load and CPU Temperature
Using MythTV Frontend from Anywhere
Other Troubleshooting Resources
Understanding eMoviX
Understanding MoviX2
Hardware Requirements
Making a Bootable Movie
Step 1: Installing Linux and eMoviX Software
Step 2: Recording Content
Step 3: Creating Bootable Movie Images
Step 4: Burning Bootable Movie Images
Step 5: Playing Back Your eMoviX Video
Playing with MoviX2
Getting MoviX2
Getting Around in MoviX2
Choosing Video Content with MoviX2
Getting Content with MoviX2
More Ways to Use MoviX2
Playing Music CDs
Playing Slideshows
Getting More Information on MoviX2
Contributors to MoviX
Future Directions for MoviX
Understanding Live Linux Distributions
Beginning with KNOPPIX
Using Damn Small Linux
Choosing a USB Pen Drive
Making a Custom Damn Small Linux
Step 1: Booting Damn Small Linux from a CD
Step 2: Preparing to Install DSL on Your Pen Drive
Step 3: Installing DSL on Your Pen Drive
Step 4: Booting DSL from Your Pen Drive
Step 5: Getting Access to Disks and Networks
Step 6: Adding Fun Stuff to Your DSL Pen Drive
Step 7: Changing Your DSL Desktop Features
Step 8: Configuring and Saving System Settings
Step 9: Adding Documents, Music, and Images
Step 10: Starting up Your DSL Pen Drive
Understanding X10
Getting X10 Hardware
Choosing X10 Starter Kits
Choosing Transceivers
Choosing Plug-in Modules
Choosing Hardwired Modules
Choosing Other Interesting X10 Hardware
Controlling X10 from Linux
Installing Linux and X10 Software
Using BottleRocket (One-way, Cheap X10)
Using Heyu (Two-Way X10)
Troubleshooting X10
Understanding Battle Zone Capture the Flag
Playing BZFlag
Setting Up a BZFlag Server
Step 1: Choosing Server Hardware
Step 2: Installing Linux and BZFlag Software
Step 3: Configuring the Server Computer
Step 4: Configuring the BZFlag Server
Step 5: Playing BZFlag
Customizing Your BZFlag Server
Setting Game Play Features
Setting Game Boundaries
Modifying Worlds and Maps
Managing Players
Setting Server Name, Address, and Port
Monitoring the Server
Making Your BZFlag Server Public
Using Central Registration for BZFlag
Choosing Your Firewall
Using the Devil-Linux Live CD Distro
Making Your Boot CD
How Underclocking Gets You More
Networking Hardware
Switch Recommendation
CD-ROM, Floppy, and USB Thumb Drives
Designing Your Network
DHCP Configuration
Other Network Services and Configuration Options
Booting up and Configuring Your Firewall
Starting the Boot
Configuring the Network and Startup Services
Customizing Your DHCPD Network Configuration
Locking Down Your Firewall
Other Uses for Devil-Linux
Running WiFi Access Points
Running a 3NIC DMZ Firewall Configuration
Rolling Your Own Devil-Linux System
Overview of Internet Radio Station Setup
About Xiph.Org Foundation
About Other Open Source Audio Projects
Installing Internet Radio Software
Configuring Your Internet Radio Station
Step 1: Setting up and Starting the Icecast Server
Step 2: Setting Up Audio Input or Playlists
Step 3: Streaming Audio to Icecast
Step 4: Making Your Internet Radio Station Public
Step 5: Listening to Your Internet Radio Station
Administering Your Radio Station
Troubleshooting Your Internet Radio Station
Understanding Thin Clients, Servers, and LTSP
Advantages of Thin Client Computing
About the LTSP Project
Getting a Server and Workstations
Choosing a Server
Choosing Client Workstations
Setting Up the Server
Step 1: Install the Server Software
Step 2: Add Client Software to the Server
Step 3: Configure Services for the Workstations
Step 4: Startup Services on the Server
Step 5: Add Users
Booting Up the Workstations
Booting Workstations Using PXE
Booting Workstations Using Etherboot
Troubleshooting the Workstations
Expanding on LTSP
Playing with Local Workstation Features
Using Workstations in Schools and Public Places
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Linux Toys II - 9 Cool New Projects for Home, Office, And Entertainment (2006)

Linux Toys II - 9 Cool New Projects for Home, Office, And Entertainment (2006)

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