Linux users can now control their homes remotely! Are you a Linux user who has ever wanted to turn on the lights in your house, or open and close the curtains, while away on holiday? Want to be able to play the same music in every room, controlled from your laptop or mobile phone?
Author Peter Membrey provides the first definitive reference for CentOS, the workhorse Linux distribution that does the heavy lifting in small and medium-size enterprises without drawing too much attention to itself.
This comprehensive guide goes beyond just command-line invocations to show you how to use GCC to improve the quality of your code (with debugging, code profiling, and test code coverage), and how to integrate other GNU development tools.
Whether you're a Windows developer looking to expand to Linux, or you're a proficient Linux developer looking to incorporate client/server programming into your applications, this book has a wealth of invaluable information to suit your needs.
This book is the ultimate reference for both beginners and power users to PC-BSDthe free, easy-to-use operating system based on FreeBSD. Existing power users will learn how to look under the hood and contribute to the global PC-BSD community. PC-BSD is turning into a hassle-free alternative to Linux on the desktop.
Written by Linux expert author Sander van Vugt, Ubuntu Netbooks: The Path to Low-Cost Computing shows you everything you need to make the best of your netbook with Ubuntu. You'll speed up your netbook, connect to the Internet using 3G, make calls using Skype, use multimedia and cloud applications, and much more.
Save hundreds of dollars in expensive software, and never depend on the big PC providers and their tech support again. Learn all about cheap, fast hardware, find out about the free tools that the digerati use to make their lives better, and stop paying through the nose for yours. Don't spend a dime!
This book is a comprehensive guide to storage architectures and management, offering a broad base of crucial information to storage administrators interested in making the most of their corporate Unix systems.