Getting Thunderbird 2.0 yourself on Linux

Thunderbird logo Mozilla Thunderbird is Mozilla's answer to an email client and is often billed as a 'Firefox for email'. While most Linux distributions include Firefox by default in the normal install, some don't and even when they do, they often package the older 1.5.0.x release.

That means if you want to enjoy the latest version of Thunderbird in the 2.0.x series, you'll have ...

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The quickest way to keying an SSH login

If you read Peter's tutorial a while back on how to create an SSH key, you probably found it a little annoying that you had to sign in and out of your server multiple times to copy your key over and test it on a remote machine. Stop wasting any more time needlessly typing in your password to upload the key and let ssh-copy-id do it for you.

You ...

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Make an ISO image from a folder of files

ISO image files are everywhere. When you download a new Linux distribution, you'll probably be given one of these files which you then burn the contents of to disc. You aren't just restricted to burning them, though, and it's actually a really simple process to make your own ISO images.

First of all, why manually create an ISO image, when you can just use pretty burning software ...

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