There are two commands that may help you to find where executable binary is located regardless it’s Unix or Linux system. They are whereis and type. First locates source/binary and manuals sections for specified files and second tells what exactly shell executes when you type… Read More »Find out where Unix/Linux executable binary is located
This step-by-step manual provides instructions on how to install freely available VMWare Server at Ubuntu Feisty Fawn Linux (7.04). First of all download installation package here and get free serial code. To get VMWare Server working at Ubuntu 7.04 I recommend to download this patch.… Read More »Vmware Server at Ubuntu Feisty 7.04
By publishing this post I try to help people who want to get access to popular and simple database engine sqlite through perl script. I use sqlite to store e-mails statistics at small mail server in order to retrieve information about users’ mail activity like… Read More »Access to sqlite3 database through perl (script example)
There are several methods to move running Linux to another hard drive at the same server. But I used Unix dump/restore utility to perform this… First of all it’s necessary to partition new hard drive in the same way as it’s done with old drive… Read More »Move linux to another hard drive (dump, restore, backup)
Ubuntu newbies sometimes ask how to add certain program into startup or autostart. Actually it usually happens with ex-Windows users 😉 Answer: To make program start just after user logins Gnome, go to “System” menu, then choose “Preferences” and select “Sessions”: Then press button “Add”,… Read More »Autostart programs in Ubuntu
It’s rather trivial task to make some changes into already burned installation or live CD. It may be performed to add some files to this CD or edit files on it. In any case it’s impossible to loop mount .iso file and then save it… Read More »How to create custom linux ISO image?
Source: server running rather obsolete Fedora Core 1 with Apache, sendmail, ftp and other stuff. Target: any Linux server with at least one hard drive of appropriate disk space installed (in this case target server was running Knoppix). Third server: any ssh running system. First… Read More »Moving Linux to remote server (over ssh via third server)