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Kernel--JFS Partition Recovery

Kernel for FAT+NTFS recovers data from deleted, formatted, damaged, or corrupted partitions. Kernel for FAT+NTFS supports FAT, NTFS,...

February 5, 2006 by Nucleus Technologies

Gmail a go go

Despite my concerns about Google’s überdominance (All Your Data Are Belong To Us), I think many of their web apps are pretty darned useful, and Gmail tops my list. I have Gmail set up with the IMAP mail protocol, using Google Apps for my domain name, so that I can use the Evolution client on Ubuntu, and then when out of the office I can use the Gmail webmail functionality.

April 28, 2010 by

Linux has become commonplace in the enterprise and increasingly takes market share from Unix in data centers. IBM has put a lot of energy into Linux and Red Hat has been a solid performer for years. Another Linux outfit worth watching: Canonical's Ubuntu.

April 14, 2010 by

Head in the Data Cloud Pt.II

A while back, I looked at the lie of the land for setting up a way of working seamlessly between two laptops running Ubuntu linux.Originally I was going to use grsync to backup all my common application data and work files, on my personal web host.

June 15, 2009 by

Ubuntu barrel scrapings

I'm working on a couple of killer blog entries, one about Xubuntu and the Aspire One, and the other about the Data Cloud. Alas, neither project has reached fruition, so I am having to stave off the entries and scrape the barrel for some Ubuntu Goodness.

January 6, 2009 by

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