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Make Linux: Harder - Better - Faster
Posted by Guruh Mandala on 10 August 2009 01:22 PM

Make Linux: Harder - Better - Faster

How many of you have never customized/tweaked your favorite linux distro since your first installation? I suspect very few, if any. One of the main appeal of Linux (and open source softwares) is the freedom of customization and the choice to do virtually anything you want. You are only limited by your imagination and understanding of the system. So today we will share some tips and information to make your linux system…

Harder: {security}

- Anatomy of Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux)

- Understanding AppArmor

- grsecurity

- What is Linux Security Module?

- 10 Basic Linux Security Tips to Implement

- The Best Linux Security Tools

- Linux Audit and Intrusion Detection

- The Unix security audit and intrusion detection tool

- Top 100 Network Security Tools

- Linux vs. Windows Viruses

- The short life and hard times of a Linux virus

- LIDS Secure Linux System

- 10 ways to secure your Linux desktop

Better: {general}

- Beautiful Conky Setup

- Better Linux Sound Management With ALSA

- Building a Better (Linux) GPU Benchmark

- Last-Exit: A Better Linux Client for LastFM

- 10 things Linux does better than Windows

- Ultamatix: Better Package Installer (Caution: Read Comment)

- The best Linux system repair distribution

- A Better Introduction to Linux User Interface

- Better Linux Dock

Faster: {speed}

- How to make Ubuntu extremely fast

- Booting Linux in five seconds

- Improving boot time on a general Linux distribution

- Reboot Linux faster using kexec

- Make Linux Faster and Smoother

- A better, faster desktop search for Linux

- 10 ways to make Linux boot faster

- 10 keyboard shortcuts

- Fast file copy in Linux

- How fast does Arch Linux install? (video)

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