HowTo: Swap the window gadgets back to the right side of the window in Ubuntu Lucid.

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The release of Ubuntu's brand new look in Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx Alpha 3 brought mixed reactions, but probably none more so than the decision to move the window minimise, maximise and close gadgets from their traditional placement on the upper-right corner of the window to the upper-left side ala Apple Mac. Many people, myself included, do not like this. To fix it and make it look like this: ...is very easy to do. Read on. (more…)
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HowTo: Create and manage SSH tunnels using Gnome SSH Tunnel Manager

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The Secure SHell, or SSH, is a simple but effective tool for encrypted remote login to a Linux-based workstation or server. Not only does it give you secure command-line access to the remote PC, but it can also be used to securely redirect data to be routed or processed on the remote PC's LAN such as HTTP traffic or perhaps another protocol such as Jabber that is blocked on your local Internet connection. This process is called tunneling. Creating an SSH tunnel is easy. Say you wanted to forward the local port 2100 to a web server inside your remote network on IP 192.168.0.99. The public hostname of the SSH server you are using to connect to is myserver.com. You can issue the command: $ ssh jbloggs@myserver.com -L 2100:192.168.0.99:80 -N…
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