Tool for monitoring network, CPU, memory etc. statistics
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- Novell: Downloads
Download Novell software such as Suse Linux Enterprise Server, patches, updates etc.
- NTFS Config
After years of developpement, a new NTFS driver, ntfs-3g , which allow full write capability is here. Since its first stable release, it is a wonderfull success, and is daily used by thousands of people around the world. The main point people can be struggle with, is how configuring their system to be able to use it. The aim of the ntfs-config project is to make life of people easier, by providing an easy way to enable/disable write capability for all their NTFS device, internal or external.
- NTFS-3G: Stable Read/Write NTFS Driver
The NTFS-3G driver is an open source, freely available read/write NTFS driver for Linux, FreeBSD, Mac OS X, NetBSD, and Haiku. It provides safe and fast handling of the Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows 2000 and Windows Vista file systems. Most POSIX file system operations are supported, with the exception of full file ownership and access right support.
by 6 users
- nVidia Unix Drivers Portal Page
Download drivers for nVidia Unix/Linux platforms
by 3 users
- Parted Magic
The Parted Magic OS employs core programs of GParted and Parted to handle partitioning tasks with ease, while featuring other useful programs (e.g. Partition Image, TestDisk, fdisk, sfdisk, dd, and ddrescue) and an excellent set of documentation to benefit the user. An extensive collection of fileystem tools are also included, as Parted Magic supports the following: ext2, ext3, ext4, fat16, fat32, hfs, hfs+, jfs, linux-swap, ntfs, reiserfs, reiser4, and xfs. Parted Magic requires at least a PII processor and 400MB of RAM to operate or 128MB in "Live" mode.
by 7 users
- RAID-1, Part 2 | Linux Journal - setting up swap on RAID devices
How to make a RAID-1 swap device and how to boot from a RAID-1 device, using RAID-1 to facilitate disk backups. If you are using RAID-1 to help to ensure that your system stays up in the event of a hard disk partition failure, you should consider raiding your swap partition(s). If the disk or partition you are using for swap goes bad, your machine may crash. Using a RAID-1 device for a swap partition can help prevent that crash. If one of the mirrored swap partitions goes bad, the kernel automatically will fail over to the other, and your system should keep running until you can fix the disk problem. The steps that can be used to set up swap on a RAID-1 device are outlined below
- RedHat Config
Red Hat Linux Installation and Configuration Mailing List Archivive
- RPM Search
Find Linux RPMs, find files in RPMs, find which RPM contains a file
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- RRD TOOL
A companion to MRTG for generating system resource usage reports and graphs, monitoring
by 3 users
- RRDtool - Computing amount of data transfered
RRDtool stores rates during time intervals. Sometimes you do not want to know the rate (how many bytes per second), you just want to know the total amount of bytes. This can be done, no problem. Please make sure you understand how RRDtool normalizes and consolidates its data. This is explained on my RRDtool - Rates, normalizing and consolidating page. That page already covers most of what you need to know about this subject. You are expected to know its contents in order to understand this page.
- rrdtool Round Robin Database tools howto
RRD is the Acronym for Round Robin Database. RRD is a system to store and display time-series data (network bandwidth, machine-room temperature, mysql queries,dns queries). This page is a good howto for using RRD, all commands listed in one single page.
howto of rrdtool the successor of mrtg
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- RRDTool RPM packages
RedHat RPM packages for RRDTool, a system resource monitoring and graphing toolkit
Home of Samba, the SMB file server
cifs samba smb
A tool that can render graphical reports from the Sysstat resource monitoring tool
- Setting Up Samba with ACL
Describes how to set up Samba and Access Control Lists (ACLs) on Ubuntu.
by 3 users
News for Nerds. Stuff that Matters.
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- Sofware Raid and Grub HOW-TO
Linux Software Raid How-To with GRUB Bootloader
Anti-virus software for Linux (among others) - free of charge
- Spamassassin Tips: About SpamTips.org
SpamTips.org is edited by Warren Togami. Warren is a former Software Engineer at Red Hat where he worked on SpamAssassin and various other Linux and Open Source Software projects. This blog aims to provide the latest in tips, tricks and pre-packaged anti-spam stack binaries to support those who maintain SpamAssassin on Linux servers. Rule and score recommendations are based on actual statistics through daily and weekly masscheck measurements.
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