Network Magic Pro provides do-it-yourself tools to help you set up, manage and secure your network like an IT professional.With Network Magic Pro you can skip the tech support phone calls, online forums and expensive on-site consultants.An enhanced interface plus new in-product wizards streamline networking tasks, taking the guesswork and effort out of getting connected, monitoring activity and repairing your network.Easily connects all of the devices you use in your daily life; computers, printers, cameras and game consoles to your wireless or broadband network.View detailed activity reports for each computer on your network; informing you of web sites visited, software application used, and devices added or removed.Test your Internet speed so you can be aware of service or performance issues.Proactively monitors and informs you of your network's activity and health, giving you advice on how to resolve issues and improve your online experience.Quickly troubleshoot, pinpoint, and repair Internet connection problems .Create a seamless network across Windows, XP, Vista and Mac so you can easily share printers and files across all of your computers.

With point-and-click ease, you can:
* Connect your devices together in minutes
* Share Internet connections, printers and files
* Protect your network with enhanced WPA security capabilities and status alerts
* Repair your network and Internet connections to stay online and productive
* Control access to the Internet and track online activity with remote desktop screenshots

"Go Wireless" helps you connect your computers and devices to a secure network
Connect Network Attached Storage (NAS) devices to your network, allowing you to easily back up your data Eliminate the need to email yourself to get access to files or print documents from different computers Add protection to your network with wireless protection (encryption support for WPA), enabling you to lock out intruders.Plus, easily change your router password in Network Magic instead of having to log-in to your router administration utility.
Gives parents the ability to monitor their kids' online activity. Restrict Internet access plus take
real-time desktop screenshots to track web sites visited and programs used, providing peace of mind and a safer online experience.

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Apache is probably the most popular Linux-based Web server application in use.Web sites both personal and commercial can be very rewarding exercises as they share your interests with the world and allow you to meet new people with whom to develop friendships or transact business.Unfortunately,even the best Web sites can be impersonal as they frequently only provide information that the designer expects the visitor to need. E-mail, although ancient in comparison to newer personalized interactive Internet technologies, such as IP telephony and instant messaging, has the advantage of being able to relay documents and other information without interrupting the addressee. This allows them to schedule a response when they are better prepared to answer, a valuable quality when replies need to be complex.

Video Contents :-

01. Introduction & Course Outline

02. Introduction To Apache

03. Installing Apache on Linux

04. Installing Apache on Windows

05. Configuring Apache on Linux

06. Managing Content on Apache Server

07. Configuring MySQL on Apache

08. Configuring PHP on Apache

09. Apache Web Server Admin

10. Security Testing Apache

11. Securing Apache

12. Best Practices to Running Apache


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Windows SharePoint Services is a versatile technology that organizations and business units of all sizes can use to increase the efficiency of business processes and improve team productivity. With tools for collaboration that help people stay connected across organizational and geographic boundaries, Windows SharePoint Services gives people access to information they need.Built on Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Windows SharePoint Services also provides a foundation platform for building Web-based business applications that can flex and scale easily to meet the changing and growing needs of your business. Robust administrative controls for managing storage and Web infrastructure give IT departments a cost-effective way to implement and manage a high-performance collaboration environment. With a familiar, Web-based interface and close integration with everyday tools including the 2007 Microsoft Office system, Windows SharePoint Server is easy to use and can be deployed rapidly.

Windows SharePoint Services allows web based document collaboration can be shared for collaborative editing. SharePoint provides access control and revision control for documents in a library. It also supports browser-based management and administration. It is an object model for creating web pages and developing web based collaboration, document management, and content publishing. Windows SharePoint Services is only provided for Microsoft servers and cannot be deployed on any other OS.


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ISA Server not only shares most of the features and strengths of Proxy Server, but it also builds on them. The result is a scalable, enterprise-ready product that will be widely adopted by many corporations. Although easy to install, ISA Server is also a complex product that requires skill and knowledge to implement properly. It is also a very serious product that plays a critical role in your network infrastructure. ISA Server is not the kind of product you set up on your production network to play with or take lightly. Nor is it the kind of product that is necessarily easy to use or implement; it is certainly not the kind of product that is going to give you everything you want simply by virtue of having it installed and connected to your network.


CBT Contents:-


01. Introduction to ISA Server.

02. Pre-Install Planning and Installation.

03. ISA Server Management and Client Configuration.

04. Understanding and Configuring Policy Elements.

05. Creating Rules and Using Authentication.

06. Configuring Caching.

07. Designing and Configuring Virtual Private Networking.

08. ISA Firewalls Part 1: Server Security & Firewall Design.

09. ISA Firewalls Part 2: Packet and Application Filters.

10. Publishing Part 1: Overview and Web Publishing.

11. Publishing Part 2: Publishing and H.323

12. Monitoring and Reporting.

13. Enterprise Strategies Part 1: ISA Server Arrays.

14. Enterprise Strategies Part 2: Scaling ISA Server.

15. Optimization and Integration.


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Sun Solaris 10 is the latest version of the enterprise network operating system developed by Sun Microsystems. Solaris 10 is now free for all users, making it just as accessible as competing, “free”UNIX-style systems, such as Linux, and pay-per-seat systems such as Microsoft Windows.Each chapter in this book provides a concise overview of the technologies that comprise Solaris 10, a review of the typical operations used for installation and configuration, worked examples, and a command reference.This reference is divided into six parts that cover all of the tactical activities associated with Solaris 10 system administration. The sections are roughly ordered by complexity and timeline—for example, you need to install a system and application software before implementing security plans and setting up logical volumes, usually in preparation for deployment of enterprise applications into a networked environment.

Contents:-

Part I Installation

1 Introduction to Solaris 10

2 System Concepts and Choosing Hardware

3 Solaris 10 Installation

4 Initialization, OpenBoot PROM, and Run Levels

Part II System Essentials

5 Installing Software, Live Upgrade, and Patching

6 Text Processing and Editing

7 Shells, Scripts, and Scheduling

8 Process Management

Part III Security

9 System Security

10 File System Access Control

11 Role-Based Access Control

12 Users, Groups, and the Sun Management Console

13 Kerberos and Pluggable Authentication

Part IV Managing Devices

14 Device and Resource Management

15 Installing Disks and File Systems

16 File System and Volume Management

17 Backup and Recovery

18 Printer Management

19 Pseudo File Systems and Virtual Memory

20 System Logging, Accounting, and Tuning

Part V Networking

21 Basic Networking

22 DHCP and NTP

23 Routing and Firewalls

24 Remote Access

25 Internet Layer (IPv6)

Part VI Services, Directories, and Applications

26 Network File System and Caching File System

27 Sendmail

28 Domain Name Service

29 Network Information Service (NIS/NIS+)

30 Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP)

31 Samba

32 Application Development and Debugging

33 Web Applications and Services



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The Web server is the basis of everything that happens with your Web page, and yet often people know nothing about it. This CBT describes you how to build a Windows Web Server using Apache 2 and MySQL. Apache is one of the most popular Web servers on the Web right now, and part of its charm is that it's free. It also has a lot of features that make it very extensible and useful for many different types of Web sites. It is a server that is used for personal web pages up to enterprise level sites.We will also be discussing on how to use PHP in your web server to good effect.

Apache is possibly the world's most popular Web server. It is the most widely used and because it is released as "open source" and with no fee for use, it has had a lot of modifications and modules made for it. You can download the source code, and compile it for your machine, or you can download binary versions for many operating systems (like Windows, Solaris, Linux, OS/2, freebsd, and many more). There are many different add-ons for Apache, as well. The drawback to Apache is that there might not be as much immediate support for it as other commercial servers



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Spyware Doctor with AntiVirus 6.1 is a top-rated malware, spyware & virus removal utility that detects, removes and protects your PC from thousands of potential spyware, adware, trojans, viruses, keyloggers, spybots and tracking threats.The new Spyware Doctor is the most awarded spyware remover available, and is recommended by experts and editors around the world as the best Anti-Spyware software. It's world-leading Spyware protection detects, removes and blocks the nastiest Spyware, adware, Trojan horses, keyloggers, Spyware cookies, adbots, spybots, browser hijackers,rootkits, phishing and other malware attacks. The powerful OnGuard feature provides real-time protection and deploys many Guards that actively monitor and protect the PC from Spyware attacks, including; immunization, keylogger protection, malicious processes, site protection, popup blocking, browser monitor and many more.

Additionally it actively protects web browsing with a built-in popup blocker, cookie guard and malicious site protection. Spyware Doctor is easy-to-use and low on PC resources and you'll appreciate the super fast scanning speed which is delivered by multiple specialized scanners. This unique architecture allows Spyware Doctor to outperform other anti-spyware solutions as each scanner specializes in the identification of specific traits of infections for more effective detection and removal. Almost any function of Spyware Doctor can be updated through the Smart Update process and it is constantly being improved and extended to counteract the most aggressive Spyware threats. Registered users get free updates, upgrades and new versions for a full year, so you don't need to worry about being stuck with outdated technology.


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QuickTime 7 is Apple's cutting-edge digital media software for both Mac and Windows-based computers delivers unparalleled quality for creating, playing and streaming audio and video content over the Internet. Besides playing MPEG-4 and MP3 content, it supports timecode tracks as well as MIDI standards such as the Roland Sound Canvas and GS format extensions. It also supports key standards for web streaming, including HTTP, RTP and RTSP. Plus, it supports every major file format for images, including JPEG, BMP, PICT, PNG and GIF. QuickTime 7 features an ultra efficient new H.264 video codec delivering stunning quality at remarkably low data rates from 3G to iChat AV to HD.

QuickTime Pro Features:-

Export content to iPhone, iPod, and Apple TV. Capture movies and share them easily with your friends and family. Encode with the new H.264 video codec for exceptional quality.
Do you want to watch movies on iPhone, iPod, or Apple TV? Save your favorite movie trailers on your computer to watch over and over again? Create compelling slideshows — complete with a soundtrack — for friends and family? Record audio podcasts and share them with the world? You can do all of that — and much more — with QuickTime 7 Pro. Available for Windows, QuickTime 7 Pro offers a perfect solution for anyone who enjoys watching, recording, creating or sharing high-quality multimedia.

Convert Your Media
Want to watch your home movies on the go or in your living room? QuickTime 7 Pro allows you to easily export any file playable in QuickTime Player to a format optimized for iPhone, iPod, Apple TV or a variety of other devices. Just open a movie in QuickTime 7 Pro, select Export from the File menu and choose your destination in the Export drop-down menu. A great way to create video podcasts!

Multimedia Heaven Just about anyone who wields a videocamera, takes digital photographs or wants to share those precious videos or photos with friends can benefit. If you want to create a true multimedia experience on your website, you won’t find a tool that’s easier to use or less expensive.Capture Audio Use a microphone to capture audio and quickly edit and share thought-provoking podcasts with the world. You can even record an audio voiceover to narrate a photo slideshow or one of your family’s treasured home movies.

Soundly Astound Them You can easily create and export multi-channel audio (up to 5.1 surround sound) in AIFF and MOV formats. If your viewers don’t have surround speakers, don’t worry. QuickTime will mix down to the speaker setup of the individual. When combined with H.264 video, you can create truly cinematic experiences in full high-definition quality.

Optimize Your Audio
With QuickTime 7 Pro, you can create AAC audio files optimized for constant quality, instead of bit rate, for a consistently higher listening experience. Automate Your Workflow Take advantage of Visual Basic Scripts to automate repetitive tasks, such as adding annotations or simple editing/exporting.Create 3G Files for Mobile Viewing Output 3G files for RTSP streaming? With QuickTime 7 Pro, they’re fully interoperable with other 3G streaming handsets and delivery architectures.

Edit Video More Easily New hot keys in QuickTime 7 Pro let you easily create in- and out-points, simplifying the editing process and making you more productive.Export Movies In the Background Editing video? When you use QuickTime 7 Pro, you can process and export and still continue to edit and play back another video at the same time.


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Here’s the book you need to prepare for Cisco’s Implementing Cisco MPLS exam, 640-910.
Written by a Cisco internetworking expert who knows exactly what it takes to pass the test, this Study Guide provides: Assessment testing to focus and direct your studies , In-depth coverage of official exam objectives and Hundreds of challenging practice questions, in the book and on the CD.

Authoritative coverage of all exam objectives, including:
* Core MPLS Technology
* Frame-mode MPLS Implementation on Cisco IOS Platforms
* Cell-mode MPLS Implementation on Cisco IOS Platforms
* MPLS VPN Technology
* MPLS VPN Implementation on Cisco IOS
* Running OSPF inside a VPN

Includes Leading-Edge Software
* Testing Engine with Hundreds of Practice Questions
* Two Bonus Exams
* Electronic Flashcards for PCs, Pocket PCs, and Palm Handhelds
* Entire Book in Digital Format

Table of contents:-
Introduction.
Assessment Test.
Chapter 1: An Introduction to MPLS.
Chapter 2: Frame-Mode MPLS.
Chapter 3: MPLS and ATM.
Chapter 4: VPNs: An Overview.
Chapter 5: MPLS VPNs.
Chapter 6: MPLS VPNs and RIP.
Chapter 7: MPLS VPNs and OSPF.
Chapter 8: Advanced MPLS Topics.
Appendix A: Challenge Labs.
Appendix B: Service Provider Tag Switching with OSPF and IS-IS.
Glossary.
Index.


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Folder Lock is a fast file-security program that can password-protect, lock, hide and encrypt any number of files, folders, drives, pictures and documents in seconds. Protected files are hidden, undeletable, inaccessible and highly secure. It hides files from kids, friends and co-workers, safeguards them from viruses, trojans, worms and spyware, and even protects them from networked PCs, cable users and hackers. Files can also be protected on USB Flash Drives, Memory Sticks, CD-RW, floppies and notebooks. Protection works even if files are taken from one PC to another on a removable disk, without the need to install any software. It locks files in Windows, DOS and even Safe Modes. Additional Options include Stealth Mode, Hacker Attempt Monitoring, Shred files, AutoLock, Auto Shutdown PC, Lock your PC, Erase PC tracks, 256-bit Blowfish Encryption and Context Menu in Explorer. It is Windows Vista/2003/XP/2000/NT/Me/98/98S compatible and works on all kinds of disk types like FAT16, FAT32, NTFS.
Users have an option whether to Encrypt or Lock, choices useful for both power users and casual users. Those who want ultimate security, can choose encrypiton. those who want ultimate speed, can choose locking.

Both Encryption and Locking are exceptionally fast. No competitor is offering this speed while offering 100% secure 256-bit AES Encryption.While using the Lock feature, users can choose to lock & hide their files simultaneously. Locked & Hidden files are unrenameble, undeletable, unmovable and totally inaccessible. There is no limit to the size of data or the type of files you can protect.Secure and very strong Encryption. A strong industry standard 256-bit AES Encryption is used to encrypt your files for maximum protection. It is one of the most trusted encryption algorithms used in United States Military.



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Windows 2000 Installing a Routing and Remote Access Server Video tutorial.The "Routing and Remote Access" administrative tool is used to enable routing on a Windows 2000 server that is multihomed (has more than one network card). Windows 2000 professional cannot be a router. The "Routing and Remote Access" administrative tool or the "route" command line utility can be used to configure a static router and add a routing table. A routing table is required for static routing. Dynamic routing does not require a routing table since the table is built by software.

Dynamic routing does require additional protocols to be installed on the computer.The "Routing and Remote Access" tool is used to install, configure, and monitor these protocols and routing functions. After any of these dynamic routing protocals are installed, they must be configured to use one or more routing interfaces.


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"Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is an IP standard designed to reduce the complexity of administering IP address configurations." - Microsoft's definition. A DHCP server would be set up with the appropriate settings for a given network. Such settings would include a set of fundamental parameters such as the gateway, DNS, subnet masks, and a range of IP addresses. Using DHCP on a network means administrators don't need to configure these settings individually for each client on the network. The DHCP would automatically distribute them to the clients itself. The DHCP server assigns a client an IP address taken from a predefined scope for a given amount of time. If an IP address is required for longer than the lease has been set for, the client must request an extension before the lease expires.

If the client has not requested an extension on the lease time, the IP address will be considered free and can be assigned to another client. If the user wishes to change IP address then they can do so by typing "ipconfig /release", followed by "ipconfig /renew" in the command prompt. This will remove the current IP address and request a new one. Reservations can be defined on the DHCP server to allow certain clients to have their own IP address (this will be discussed a little later on). Addresses can be reserved for a MAC address or a host name so these clients will have a fixed IP address that is configured automatically. Most Internet Service Providers use DHCP to assign new IP addresses to client computers when a customer connects to the internet - this simplifies things at user level.


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DameWare NT Utilities (DNTU) is an enterprise system management application for Windows NT/2000/XP/2003/Vista/2008 which allows Administrators to go beyond the limitations of Microsoft's Management Console (MMC). DNTU provides an integrated collection of Microsoft Windows NT administration utilities, incorporated within a "easy to use" centralized interface for remote management of Windows Servers and Workstations. Most all of the standard utilities are included within DNTU's powerful Explorer-style interface, many of which have been greatly enhanced to provide superior performance, added functionality, and ease of use. DNTU also contains custom NT tools including the DameWare Mini Remote Control program and the Exporter, and also supports the use of standard shell property pages and shell context menus.

DNTU also contains a powerful Active Directory Object Browser, and extensive Active Directory functionality for retrieving, searching, and filtering of all AD Objects & attributes. Management of objects such as OUs (Organizational Units), Containers, Users, Groups, Contacts, Computers, & Shares, as well as attributes that are not available within Microsoft's MMC (i.e. Photos, Logos, employee ID, etc...) are all supported. DNTU's exclusive Quick OU & Picture/Logo management functionality just further emphasizes DameWare Development's commitment to producing quality products that are easy to use.

In addition to Active Directory, DNTU also supports management of Domains, Workstations, Disk Drives, Event Logs, Local Groups, Global Groups, Domain members, Open Files, Printers, Processes, Properties, Registry, Services, Sessions, Shares, ShutDown/Reboot, Software, Terminal Services/RDP, Users, Wake-on-LAN, and many more features. DNTU continues to support legacy (non-AD) Microsoft Windows Network implementation via a dynamic "Microsoft Windows Network" Browser tree view. Domain controllers, servers and workstations, as well as non-browsable machines (machines that by default are not shown in Microsoft's Windows Network Browser), can easily be managed via machine name or IP address after being added to the network browser tree view. DNTU basically gives you the ability to manage your Windows network from one easy to use Explorer-style interface.


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Adobe PageMaker 6.5 was the latest of the major DTP programs to come out so it should really be the turn of the other major contenders, XPress and Ventura, to show their wares. That's going to be happening soon, but Adobe are clearly hoping to press home their advantage - or at least to minimize the potential threat - with a new upgrade, PageMaker 6.5. Thegeneral feeling about version 6.0 was that, although the developments in electronic publishing and new controls over page elements such as grouping, alignment and masking were all welcome, it was actually the kernel of the program - its interface and its core layout capability - that were most in need of an overhaul.On loading the program the new interface is immediately apparent and immediately familiar. Adobe have imported wholesale the look and feel of their flagship photo-editing program Photoshop. What this means is that the old PageMaker on-screen palettes are still there, but now there are even more of them, with the addition of the new Layers and Hyperlinks palettes.

And each has been enlarged, most noticeably by the addition of new icon commands for creating and deleting palette elements.Interfaces are inevitably something of a matter of taste, but this has to be a backward step. With all of the six main palettes, the toolbox and two plug-in palettes visible, unless you are working on a 20" screen, there is no room left for the page itself. Worse, to meet the new Adobe house style, the most commonly used palettes for styles and colours now eat up considerably more screen space without offering any more feedback or functionality than their previous incarnations. On the plus side, the palettes can be tabbed so that, for example, those for master pages and layers can be grouped together. Even better, when you are really irritated - and you will be - you can always hide all palettes with the new Tab keyboard shortcut for toggling their display.


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A virtual private network (VPN) is a computer network in which some of the links between nodes are carried by open connections or virtual circuits in some larger networks, such as the Internet, as opposed to running across a single private network. The Link Layer protocols of the virtual network are said to be tunneled through the transport network. One common application is to secure communications through the public Internet, but a VPN does not need to have explicit security features such as authentication or content encryption. For example, VPNs can also be used to separate the traffic of different user communities over an underlying network with strong security features, or to provide access to a network via customized or private routing mechanisms.A VPN is a private network created over a public one. It’s done with encryption, this way, your data is encapsulated and secure in transit – this creates the ‘virtual’ tunnel.

A VPN is a method of connecting to a private network by a public network like the Internet. An internet connection in a company is common. An Internet connection in a Home is common too. With both of these, you could create an encrypted tunnel between them and pass traffic, safely - securely.If you want to create a VPN connection you will have to use encryption to make sure that others cannot intercept the data in transit while traversing the Internet. Windows XP provides a certain level of security by using Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP) or Layer Two Tunneling Protocol (L2TP). They are both considered tunneling protocols – simply because they create that virtual tunnel just discussed, by applying encryption.

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LDAP stands for Lightweight Directory Access Protocol. As the name suggests, it is a lightweight client-server protocol for accessing directory services, specifically X.500-based directory services. LDAP runs over TCP/IP or other connection oriented transfer services. LDAP is defined in RFC2251 "The Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (v3). A directory is similar to a database, but tends to contain more descriptive, attribute-based information. The information in a directory is generally read much more often than it is written. Directories are tuned to give quick-response to high-volume lookup or search operations. They may have the ability to replicate information widely in order to increase availability and reliability, while reducing response time. When directory information is replicated, temporary inconsistencies between the replicas may be OK, as long as they get in sync eventually.

LDAP is quickly gaining acceptance as the directory service structure for the internet. It has many features that make it ideal for providing network information services, including encryption support, access control lists, fast read accesss, etc.. LDAP will combine several systems that normaly have to be maintained seperately , such as NT authentication, UNIX authentication, MTA routing information, services/protocols/hosts information, network address books, etc.
* Key knowledge area(s):
o LDAP configuration files, tools and utilities
o Importing items from LDIF files
o Change user passwords
* The following is a partial list of the used files, terms and utilities:
o slapd
o slapd.conf


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The Oxford English Dictionary is the world's longest-established and best-selling pocket English dictionary. It is one of the new generation Oxford dictionaries derived from the database of the highly-acclaimed New Oxford Dictionary of English. With over 140,000 words, including phrases, derivatives and idioms in more than 30,000 definitions, it provides a comprehensive coverage of everyday English.For many speakers and learners of English, the word "Oxford" spells authority about language. The second edition of the Oxford Dictionary of English is no exception. Any dictionary which comes from Oxford University Press tends to be in a different
league from its competitors.Based on the "Oxford English Corpus", language databases, which amount to "hundreds of millions of words of written and spoken English in machine-readable form", this hefty single-volume dictionary has four million words of text. That includes 355,000 words phrases and definitions, 12,000 encyclopaedic entries and 68,000 explanations. The statistics are mind blowing.

Like all good dictionaries it's bang up to date. "Greasy spoon", "data smog" and "WMD" are all here, scrupulously glossed. So, of course are wonderful, old, near-obsolete words like "editrice" and "bouffant". Plenty of proper names get in too.Like other new dictionaries the Oxford Dictionary of English provides boxed usage notes which point up, say, the difference between "pedal" and "peddle" or discuss the vexed old question of whether infinitives may be split. More unusual are the 14 detailed appendices on, for example, English in electronic communications, collective nouns and proof-reading marks. Most useful of all is probably the "Guide to Good English" which manages to be both admirably concise and immaculately clear.


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This free ebook is a practical guide to Linux commands,editors, and shell programming techniques.The essential reference for core commands that Linux users need daily, along with superior tutorial on shell programming and much moreSystem administrators, software developers, quality assurance engineers and others working on a Linux system need to work from the command line in order to be effective. Linux is famous for its huge number of command line utility programs, and the programs themselves are famous for their large numbers of options, switches, and configuration files. But the truth is that users will only use a limited number of these utilities on a recurring basis, and then only with a subset of the most important and useful options, switches and configuration files. This book cuts through all the noise and shows them which utilities are most useful, and which options most important. And it contains examples, lot's and lot's of examples. This book is organized for ease of use in different situations. For example, you can read it from cover to cover to learn command line Linux from the ground up. Alternatively, once you are comfortable using Linux, you can use this book as a reference: Look up a topic of interest in the table of contents or index and read about it.

And Linux is also famous for its "programmability." Utilities are designed, by default, to work wtih other utilities within shell programs as a way of automating system tasks. This book contains a superb introduction to Linux shell programming. And since shell programmers need to write their programs in text editors, this book covers the two most popular ones: vi and emacs. A Practical Guide to Linux Commands, Editors, and Shell Programming gives you an in-depth understanding of how to use Linux from the command line. Regardless of your background, it offers the knowledge you need to get on with your work: You will come away from this book understanding how to use Linux, and this text will remain a valuable reference for years to come.

This book is designed for a wide range of readers. It does not require programming experience, although some experience using a general-purpose computer is helpful. It is appropriate for the following readers:

Students taking a class in which they use Linux

Power users who want to explore the power of Linux from the command line

Professionals who use Linux at work

System administrators who need a deeper understanding of Linux and the tools

Computer science students who are studying the Linux operating system

Programmers who need to understand the Linux programming environment

Technical executives who want to get a grounding in Linux



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VoIP For Dummies is written for anyone who wants to reduce or eliminate their toll charges while upgrading the level of computer networking services and calling features they receive. Here you discover not only what VoIP is but how you can implement it in your company or home.VoIP (pronounced voyp) is the name of a new communications technology that changes the meaning of the phrase telephone call. VoIP stands for voice over Internet protocol, and it means “voice transmitted over a computernetwork.” Internet protocol (IP) networking is supported by all sorts of networks: corporate, private, public, cable, and even wireless networks. Don’t be fooled by the “Internet” part of the acronym. VoIP runs over any type of network.Currently, in the corporate sector, the private dedicated network option is the preferred type. For the telecommuter or home user, the hands-down favorite is broadband.

Ebook Contents:-

Part I: VoIP Basics

Chapter 1: Getting Down to Business with VoIP

Chapter 2: VoIP: Not Your Father’s Telephone Service

Chapter 3: Everything You Need to Know About Charges

Part II: Taking VoIP to Your Network

Chapter 4: Road Map to VoIP Transports and Services

Chapter 5: Getting Switched

Chapter 6: Going Broadband

Chapter 7: We’re Dedicated

Chapter 8: Going Wireless

Chapter 9: Using VoIP on the Internet

Chapter 10: Telephones and VoIP

Part III: Making the Move to VoIP

Chapter 11: Simplifying Cost Management

Chapter 12: Locations Galore

Chapter 13: Setting Up the Smaller Office

Chapter 14: Providing Dollars and Support for VoIP

Part IV: The Part of Tens

Chapter 15: Ten Reasons Why Your Company Should Switch to VoIP

Chapter 16: Ten Reasons Why You Should Switch to VoIP at Home

Chapter 17: Ten VoIP Myths

Chapter 18: Ten VoIP Manufacturers

Part V: Appendixes

Appendix A: VoIP Providers

Appendix B: Glossary



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