Tag Archives: Linux

GNS3 WorkBench v8.7 is ready for download

It has taken a while, but I’ve finally got all the files for GNS3 WorkBench v8.7 uploaded to sourceforge. And the Windows version (and OS X version) is better than ever. You can now enjoy all the exercises and labs … Continue reading

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GNS3 WorkBench Update

I know there are quite a few people out there waiting for a GNS3 WorkBench update.  I promised that it would come soon after GNS3 0.8.5, but there have been a couple of significant developments that have caused an equally … Continue reading

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A Comparison of GNS3 Terminal Applications

If you are new to GNS3, you may not realise what a difference your choice of Terminal Application can make to your productivity.  If you then use the same terminal application when you are at the coalface configuring routers, you … Continue reading

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How to compile dynamips on Linux Mint 15.0 Cinnamon

The latest dynamips wasn’t available on the .deb distribution yet, so I tried to compile my own. It wasn’t exactly hard, but took a bit of assumed knowledge and Googling to get it figured out. Start by making sure you … Continue reading

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Memory jog: How to pronounce Linux (Read about Linux in books)

Remembering the phrase “Read about Linux in books” will help you remember how Linus Torvalds pronounces Linux.

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Changing Ubuntu/Gnome Login Startup Applications

You can turn on or off or add applications you want to run each time you log in to Ubuntu/Gnome (specifically Ubuntu v10.10, Gnome v2.32.0) by clicking System->Preferences->Startup Applications, but if you want to actually add/remove/turn on/off items via a … Continue reading

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