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When a Linux system boots, it enters its default runlevel and runs the startup scripts associated with that runlevel. You can also switch between runlevels – for example, there’s a runlevel designed for recovery and maintenance operations.

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Whether it’s campy geeky or cutting edge Sci-Fi geeky, this week we’re interested in hearing about your favorite geeky movie. What’s your top pick for the best geek flick of all time?

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Me, me, me….me too.

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Everyone likes to get what they ordered online as quickly as possible, but what if that could be accomplished even faster? This humorous video takes a look at what ‘Yesterday Shipping’ would be like and the troubl...

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While we’re quite familiar with Apple co-founder Steve “Woz” Wozniak’s gadget obsessions, prior to this candid peek inside his gadget bag we had no idea just how deep his addiction ran.

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This montage of video game clips is like a 30 year dose of nostalgia laid down to a dance beat. We challenge you to watch it and not find a game that makes you want to drop everything and play it right this minute.

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Are you ready for a bit of quick and easy fun while waiting for the opening of The Dark Knight Rises this upcoming weekend? Then grab some paper and a pencil for a bit of drawing fun with Batman!

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Everything’s easier in the realm of video games where you can get money for nothing and drinks for, practically, free.

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The X server on Linux provides your graphical desktop. If it crashes, you’ll lose all unsaved work in graphical programs, but you can recover from the crash and restart the X server without restarting your computer.

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If you have a Nintendo DS there’s no need to limit yourself to just modern game releases. Read on as we show you how to turn your NDS into a retro-gaming marvel that plays old NES, Gameboy, and even Arcade games.

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Forest, Sunbeams

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Are you or someone you know new to the Unity UI in Ubuntu? Perhaps you or the person you know prefer video demonstrations rather than reading about or looking at images for learning. This video by Alan Pope serves as an excel...

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In this Star Wars themed parody of the popular video A Conversation With My 12 Year Old Self, we’re treated to Darth Vader conversing with a young Anakin Skywalker.

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Once upon a time when physical media reigned supreme and gaming geeks the land over pored over gaming magazines for tips and tricks, poster size game maps were a common but beloved gaming treasure. Check out these retro maps ...

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First they get defeated in their own games and then this?!

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If the upcoming release of The Dark Knight Rises has you tuned in to all things Batman, this gallery of current and former Batmobiles covers over 70 years of crime fighting goodness.

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