Have Your Cake AND Eat It Too Seamless Virtualization

I wish I would have known about Seamless Virtualization sooner in my “Linux Career” as I’d be the biggest fanboy for Seamless Virtualization of all lol.

The other day (maybe about a week ago) I installed Virtualbox-OSE because I was going to start modding my own knoppix distro to imitate Back|Track and DamnVulnerableLinux but have it based on the very lightweight (and yet still Debian Based) Knoppix Distro. I won’t go off into a big rant about it but I’m pretty mad that BT4 is based on Ubuntu even though I’m a faithful *buntu user.

Anyway on to Seamless Virtualization which I think is best described as having your cake and eating it too. If you’ve ever wanted (or needed) to be a Linux user but didn’t want to give up photoshop or some other application that didn’t play nicely with WINE this article is for you!

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A Flock of Browsers

Well I must say that I am impressed that I actually found something I like in an Ad. While I was checking out a link posted on an IRC channel I hang out on that led me to http://browsershots.org I noticed a little Ad near the bottom of the page, something talking about Flock Web Browser. I took a chance and I’m glad I did.
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Top 5 Vista Hacks

As much as I utterly hate Vista I cannot ignore the fact that it is an OS and that people DO use it. Because of this I thought I’d post up the Top 10 Vista Hacks.

Be warned that with some of these tips you’ll be dealing with the Windows Registry which could wreak some serious havoc on your system. Be sure to create a System Restoration point before messing around. To create a restore point, go to Control Panel -> System and Maintenance -> Restore files from backup -> Create a restore point or change settings.
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Chapter 2: Making Yourself At Home With Linux- Pouring the Foundation

In this installment of the “Leaving The Nest” series, I start making Linux look a bit more like the familiar Windows environment that I  (and most new converts) are accustomed to.
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An Easier Solution To Setting Up iptables

Anyone who has ever set up iptables knows how much of a pain it can be doing it from CLI. Now don’t get me wrong I LOVE CLI but it’s a bit daunting (especially for beginners) to set up iptables without some sort of GUI.

Enter FirewallBuilder
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Top 7 Reasons Why People Quit Windows

I always see articles bashing on Linux and decided it was time Windows had a spotlight on it highlighting all of its flaws. Here is a list of the top 7 reasons I personally have found to be the major reason why people say the hell with Windows and find their way to Linux.
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