A good Tutorial(.pdf appreciated) for C++ > GTK and GLADE integrated
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 3, 2010
Please suggest a good tutorial(PDF appreciated) that deeply explains about programming with GTK, GLADE, C++ (and C; GTK uses C) integrated...
good tutorial to learn how to navigate Linux' paths and permissions
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 5, 2013
does anyone know of a good (and concise tutorial) on how to
navigate Linux' (absolute and relative) paths and permissions?
Good tutorial for PAM
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 11, 2010
I read a tutorial on PAM from Redhat Manuals i.e.,
But I did not find this very much clear.
Can anyone please share the links which best describes Pluggable Authentication Modules from scratch.
Thanks in advance.
good tutorial regarding learning linux for running oracle db
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 2, 2014
Hi every body,
i have just joined this forum and in need to know is there any good tutorial or sites regarding learn linux for running oracle db on it?
Thanks in advance
A good tutorial for ubuntu client ldap authentication
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 1, 2012
I have ldap setup on 12.04 server and I can authenticate using ldap credentials via ssh from a terminal from a 12.04 client. It seems configuring lightdm to authenticate is a different animal. I have tried the server guide and several other guides on it and so far have not come up with one that works. All I get when I try to logon with the users ldap password is that the password is invalid. I do have the "Other" enabled in lightdm. I wonder if I need to build a campfire and do a rain dance around it? The server guide seemed to be straight forward enough. Although doing it the server guide way seem to slow everything down along with not accepting the password. Boy setting up samba and configuring it to be a PDC for windows clients now seems to be a piece of cake compared to this.
Any good freeware PDF editors?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 7, 2010
I'm looking for a Linux freeware version of Adobe Acrobat Pro. Does such an animal exist? I'm using CentOS.
Know a good tutorial for creating custom 404 pages the Debian way
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 1, 2011
Like the subject line. All the howto are not debian/ubuntu specific. I know debian/ubuntu use special config files and I want to do this properly. I want 404 pages for any 404 response code site wide.
Shell script for Telnet using Expect. can't quite find the good tutorial for that
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 22, 2010
I need to open a telnet session using a shell script that follows this format:
send "pen" (till the end of lines generated as in |more.... usually we use like 8 space bar buttons after "pen" to generate all)
and I want to redirect the whole generated result of "pen" to results.txt
can anyone help with that? and thxx a lot.
Classes: a good tutorial
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 13, 2010
In my experience, when learning how to program for the first time, understanding the concept of classes and instances was difficult. But this depends mostly on the tutorial you follow, because classes in fact are quite simple.
As i am learning to use MXML and ActionScript on Flex Builder, i came across a tutorial which offers a very clear picture of what classes are. So i thought i ought to share this, for those who make their first steps in programming.
The movie is relevant up the 10th minute, since it then focuses on specific cases in Flex. The first 10 minutes though are universal (i think).
Basic server! Can't find a good tutorial
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 30, 2014
All I'm currently trying to do is access my CLI from one computer to another, on my home network. Once I've got that I'll move onto accessing from external networks, automating back ups etc. I'm just trying to take baby steps on it.
I've followed this tutorial but I'm just getting errors.
I have two computers, one running Ubuntu 14 and the other running Mint Mate. I'm trying to access the Mint one from the Ubuntu one, though I doubt there's any difference if it was the other way around.
I've installed ssh on both of them using :
sudo apt-get install openssh-server openssh-client
I'm really lost though, everyone say's how easy it is but I can't get it to work and the guides really aren't step by step enough for someone like me.
If anyone could give me some advice that would be ace.
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