| ||Date ||Title ||Author ||Hits |
| || 10-14-10 || ||Apress Publishing ||46408 |
In this fourth part of a five-part series on Oracle Database XE Administration, you will learn about the SQL*Plus command on Linux and Windows; you'll also learn how to run SQL commands using the XE home page. This article is excerpted from chapter 28 of the book Beginning PHP and Oracle: From Novice to Professional, written by W. Jason Gilmore and Bob Bryla (Apress; ISBN: 1590597702).
| || 10-07-10 || ||Apress Publishing ||16061 |
In this third part of a five-part series on Oracle Database XE administration, you will learn about initialization parameters and how to connect to the database. This article is excerpted from chapter 28 of the book Beginning PHP and Oracle: From Novice to Professional, written by W. Jason Gilmore and Bob Bryla (Apress; ISBN: 1590597702).
| || 09-30-10 || ||Apress Publishing ||15477 |
In this second part of a five-part series on Oracle Database XE administration, you'll learn about physical database structures. This article is excerpted from chapter 28 of the book Beginning PHP and Oracle: From Novice to Professional, written by W. Jason Gilmore and Bob Bryla (Apress; ISBN: 1590597702).
| || 09-22-10 || ||Codex-M ||14012 |
Welcome to the second part of a series on building web sites with Drupal. Now that you have installed Drupal in the Ubuntu local host as part of your web development activity (discussed in the first article in this series), you are ready to customize your website's look according to your design. This will be covered and discussed thoroughly in this tutorial.
| || 09-20-10 || ||Codex-M ||15045 |
Drupal is one of the best open source CMS for developing websites. This tutorial will guide you through the details of developing your first Drupal website in an Ubuntu local web server environment using XAMPP.
| || 09-13-10 || ||Codex-M ||24544 |
This is the third part of a Joomla web development tutorial in Ubuntu. In this part, we'll cover the customization details, with a particular focus on editing the sidebar and making the article title linkable. These are important website components.
| || 08-31-10 || ||Codex-M ||14995 |
This is part two of a series on Joomla web development in Ubuntu. In the first part, you learned the basic but very important website development skills in Joomla. In this part, you'll learn how to work with templates and other aspects of creating a customized Joomla-based website.
| || 08-25-10 || ||Codex-M ||16671 |
This is the first part of a beginner web development tutorial series for Joomla as the content management system used in a website. This tutorial is mainly written for Ubuntu-based developers with an XAMPP installation in a Linux environment. Keep reading to learn how to customize your Joomla website layout.
| || 08-04-10 || ||Codex-M ||64717 |
If you've come to Linux Ubuntu from Windows, you probably left behind a few favorite computer games. You may already know that Wine can help you play them again; in some cases, however, the solution is less than perfect.That's where this tutorial can help.
| || 08-03-10 || ||Codex-M ||111315 |
Joomla is an award-winning open source CMS that lets you create “business” or professional-looking websites directly from scratch. Contrast this with WordPress, which by default is a blogging platform and gives websites the appearance of a blog after installation. By the end of this tutorial, you will know how to install a fully running Joomla website directly from scratch using the Linux Ubuntu/XAMPP web server.
| || 05-05-10 || ||Codex-M ||332007 |
This is an important tutorial on how to install and completely configure XAMPP to run without problems on Ubuntu Linux.
| || 01-07-10 || ||Codex-M ||42978 |
In the first part of this two-part series, you learned the network communication concepts you need to know to understand the operation and data provided by Wireshark. I also covered the installation steps and some very basic configuration. This part will delve more deeply into using Wireshark for analyzing your network.
| || 01-05-10 || ||Codex-M ||104481 |
Do you need to sniff out and spy on network communications in a LAN, WAN or any network configuration? Or have you found yourself in a difficult situation troubleshooting network-related problems inside and outside of your network? Then you need a network analyzer to examine the packets going into and out of certain media. Wireshark can help. Keep reading to find out how.
| || 11-30-09 || ||Barzan "Tony" Antal ||32302 |
When two people are able to communicate we generally assume that they know the same language, and that is the key to understanding each other. This applies to the world of computing as well, where the set of standards are called protocols. During this article we plan to present in a nutshell the most common TCP/IP protocol types. We won’t get in-depth, so don’t expect university course-style material—just the basics.
| || 02-11-09 || ||Barzan "Tony" Antal ||334119 |
The majority of computer users are familiar with BIOS options as long as they don't go further than selecting the main bootable device or ordering that priority list such as HDDs first, then optical drives, and so forth. In the past few years, however, another option has appeared there. It’s called Network Boot or the infamous PXE Boot. In this article we will give a brief overview of the basics of network booting.