Tag Archives: Linux

The Definitive Guide to CentOS HD PDF

The Definitive Guide to CentOS HD PDF

CentOS (Community Enterprise Operating System) is a recompiled product based on RHEL's (Red Hat Enterprise Linux) open source. Because CentOS fixed a lot of known bugs on the basis of RHEL, compared with other Linux distributions, its stability is more trustworthy. This is the reason a lot of servers requiring high stability use CentOS to replace the commercial RHEL.

Android-x86 – Install and run Android OS on PC or Live USB

Android-x86 (AKA: Android X86) is an unofficial Android Open Source Project (AOSP) started in 2009 by Chih-Wei Huang from Taiwan. The main purpose of this project is to provide a complete and feasible set of Android system solutions for X86 PC platform, including a whole set of source code tree, supporting documents, as well as Live CD and Live USB.

CentOS Bible HD PDF download

CentOS Bible HD PDF download

Since Red Hat published its last one (9th) release (Red Hat Linux 9) in 2003, they decided not to provide free technical support & product certification any more, and fully turned to the development of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL for short). This made some Red Hat rebuilders (open-source Enterprise Editions, such as White Box Enterprise Linux, Tao Linux, X/OS Linux, Scientific Linux) were born at the right moment. The most active one is CentOS (short for Community Enterprise Operating System).

Wine – Direct and perfectly run many Windows apps on Unix-like OS

Wine – Direct and perfectly run many Windows apps on Unix-like OS

Wine (AKA: WineHQ, originally short for "Wine Is Not an Emulator", another bad name for software) is a free and open-source tool designed for running more and more Windows apps on multiple Unix-like (i.e.: POSIX-compliant) operating systems by calling DLL (like Linux, FreeBSD, Solaris and Mac OS X). It's first launched by Bob Amstadt in 1993.

BleachBit – Fast growing cleaner for Linux & Windows via Winapp2.ini

As one system trash/privacy cleaning tool, on Windows, CCleaner has already unified almost the whole PC world for long. Especially when it could work with Winapp2.iniBleachBit just can't compete with it. Therefore, BleachBit's main market is still in the numerous Linux distributions, and in fact, it does very well.