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PostSubject: Linux Performance Tuning   Tue Nov 18, 2008 1:09 am

Linux Hacking -

Performance Tuning

This section is new and contains important and useful tips for hacking themost out of your home or office Linux system. Right now, there's nothing here. Don't worry. there will be soon. In the meantime, check out Linux Performance Hacking.

Here is another great site for Linux Tuning. Linux Performance Tuning. (Elric_Red)

Training and Online Classes

Here is a beginners online training class (Free) from A to Z run by Linux.org. http://www.linux.org/lessons/ (Elric_Red)

For all you power hackers out there, check out VA's Linux.com Tuneup for all your hackish needs.

Gnome - Improving Performance http://www.gnome.org/learn/admin-guide/2.2/performance-0.html
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