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Installing OpenSSH Server/Client on Debian 4

OpenSSH is a remote management utility providing access to a linux server’s console (or command line) remotely. Installing OpenSSH Server and Client will prove very useful when the troubleshooting, support or remote access is needed. At the Debian GNU/Linux w/ KDE...

Installing vnc4server on Debian 4 running KDE 3

vnc4server is a remote desktop management utility, allowing remote access to the KDE GUI on your Debian System. Connections can be established from any machine running a supported client, from anywhere you can get an internet connection. Installing vnc4server will...

Setting the Time and Date in KDE

It is important your Linux system have the correct time and date. The correct time and date plays a roll in event logging, updating and many other functions. This article will walk you through setting the correct time and date in KDE. Assuming you are already logged...

Configure Root Access to KDE GUI in Debian GNU/Linux

When you configure KDE for root access, the root user will have the ability to log into the KDE GUI from the KDE Welcome Screen. Root access to any GUI is an extremely high security risk. Experienced Linux users avidly oppose making this modification to the KDE GUI....

Installing Debian 4 on a PC

Installing Debian 4 on a PC will prove to pretty straight forward and simple. This is an online user’s guide, providing assistance with basic installation, configuration and setup of a Debian GNU/Linux 4.0 (etch) on a PC. Before you begin, please understand this...

Dell Inspiron 700m

If you’ve been to my blog before, you may have read about Dell’s latest, Premier Business Laptop, the Latitude E6500. It came with my choice of Micro$lop’s latest flop – Windoz Vista, or probably the best OS Micro$lop has ever developed –...