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Linux For You - Oct 2007

LINUX For You
October 2007 Issue Vol. 5 No. 8

A Hitchhiker’s Guide to Virtualisation
A quick guide to getting started with the kernel-based Virtual Machine. But first, we'll also look at some of the intricacies of the underlying hardware architecture that virtualisation depends on.

High-Speed Virtualisation with KVM—How it Works
A quick guide to getting started with the kernel-based Virtual Machine. But first, we'll also look at some of the intricacies of the underlying hardware architecture that virtualisation depends on.

GnuCash: A Freeway to Managing Money
If you think proprietary accounting software are too expensive for the book-keeping needs of your small business, it’s time to take a look at this FOSS tool.

Desktop Linux Redefined: SLED 10 SP1
Novell defined ‘Desktop Linux’ when it released SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 last year, and now it has redefined the experience even further with SP1. Your Linux is indeed ready! The real question is, are you ready for it?

OOXML: The Anti-Common Man Standard
The Anti-Common Man Standard .

Introducing C++ Templates
Templates are handy—they help us save time, as we can always start with one as the base and build on top of it. So, let’s find out how we can refine programming in C++ with the help of templates.

Getting Started with the Trolltech Greenphone SDK
Trolltech recently released the smartphone developers’ dream combination—the Linux-based Greenphone and its open-source Qtopia Phone SDK. In this article we’re going to take a look at some of things we can do with it.

Make Screencasts for Building a Business Training Programme
“A picture is worth a thousand words.” These words are attributed to Fred R. Barnard. And if you believe in that statement, then I guess you’d rather learn something by watching how it works, rather than reading about it. Clueless?

KDE-enliven your videos
Here’s a review of a KDE-based HDV video editor that is currently under heavy development.



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