The easiest way to split and merge pdf files in Ubuntu

The easiest way to split, merge or edit pdf files in Ubuntu is to use pdftk utility. This rather old (latest version was released in 2006) but still simple and powerful program can be installed in Ubuntu (Debian or any deb-family Linux distribution) by the following command in terminal: sudo aptitude install pdftk (if you run Fedora, RedHat or CentOS use this one: sudo yum install pdftk) Split large pdf […]

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Split huge files in Ubuntu or any other Linux distro

Recently I’ve bought WD TV media player for streaming full HD movies (primarily in 1080p resolution) to my home TV from external storage like usb HDD or ipod classic. You might already know that size of average HD movie rip is more than 4GB (e.g. full HD Avatar movie image is literally 21 GB mkv file) so it’s just impossible to store such huge files on any FAT32 formatted HDD […]

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Linux as slave USB drive?

Does anybody know if it’s possible to make Ubuntu/Linux laptop to work as a usb slave drive? Here are people who also need this but still didn’t find any workable solution: http://ubuntu-ky.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=7780737

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Access to real Cisco routers and switches for free

Preparing for Cisco certification exam and need real equipment required to accomplish all those CCNA or CCNP labs? That’s not a problem any more. This is due to availability of Packet Tracer for Linux and Community Lab hosted by people behind packetlife.net. As for Packet Tracer it supports Linux natively now — Cisco offers it as deb package for Ubuntu or Debian and there is no need to use Wine […]

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