Analogue Video to DVD without a studio suite

October 10th, 2005

By Anne Wilson

DVD Authoring

April 11th, 2005

By James Holden

DVD Authoring covering the creation of DVD’s, menu’s and structure.

Ethernet – the Technology and a Polemic History

May 10th, 2004

By Jim Jackson

Ethernet is THE predominant networking technology for Local area networks in the world today. It is being used more and more for wide area networks. It runs from 10Mb/s to 1Gb/s over copper and from 10Mb/s to 10Gb/s over fibre optic media. Huge demand allows Commodity pricing and makes ethernet networks very cheap to deploy.

Introduction to Non Linear Video Editing

September 8th, 2003

By Simon Wood

Power Shell Usage – Bash Tips & Tricks

July 8th, 2003

By Smylers

Getting Tools to Fit the Job. Using Components, Pipes, Redirection, etc

May 12th, 2003

By Jim Jackson

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Introduction to printing under GNU Linux

May 12th, 2003

By Roger Leigh

Unix and Filesystems

April 10th, 2003

By Mark Conmy

USB on Linux

April 10th, 2003

By James Holden

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Getting the Alcatel SpeedTouch USB ADSL Modem Running

March 10th, 2003

By Rik Wade Rik Wade

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