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Install Drupal with XAMPP in Ubuntu


Are you ready to build your very own website? It’s not as hard as you may think! A computer with an internet connection is all that’s required. Oh, and not to mention a healthy dose of patience!

This is a straightforward tutorial/guide which walks you through the entire process: installation and set-up, content management and basic configurations. Okay, enough chit-chat, let’s begin!

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Encrypt Your Data With TrueCrypt

Data theft should be a top concern for computer users. One way to protect your personal and sensitive information is encryption, the process of encoding information in such a way that only the person with the key can decode it.

In this tutorial, I will provide step-by-step instructions on how to encrypt and decrypt your data using TrueCrypt.

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Ubuntu 7.10 Released: The Wait Is Over


Chances are you’re reading this on a machine with Micro$oft Windows operating system (OS) installed. Either that, or you’re using Mac OS X, developed and sold by Apple Inc. These are what they called proprietary software – software you cannot copy, modify, and distribute freely. But wait! Hot on the heels of the OS war is today’s release of Gutsy Gibbon, code name for Ubuntu 7.10.

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