I discovered something really cool tonight to help organize my default Gmail account. You can use an unlimited number of aliases which in return will allow you to easily filter or organize incoming email based on numerous factors. By default Gmail will deliver any mail with your firstname.lastname@example.org to your Gmail inbox. This not only works with @gmail.com email addresses but it will also work with any domains you have hosted via Google apps.Details
If you receive the below error on Windows XP then your boot partition has likely become corrupted for some reason. I would suggest that immediately following repairing the boot partition that you backup all of your important files or all of your files if possible because a lot of the time if the boot partition goes bad it is a warning sign that the entire drive is going to go bad very soon if it hasn’t already.
Windows could not start because the following file is missing or corrupt: \system32\ntoskrnl.exe.
Please re-install a copy of the above file.
NTFSResize is a very useful tool on Linux when you also have Windows computers in your household. I have had many NTFS hard drives fail over time and its nice to plug them into a Linux server and gain basic information about them. A brief description from the man page is located below and if you want to view the entire man page for all of the switches that are available for ntfsresize simply click on the name.
ntfsresize– resize an NTFS filesystem without data lossDetails
The btmp log keeps track of failed login attempts. I have seen on a default linux setup with logrotate configured where the btmp log is left out of rotation and eventually grows out of hand. So first you want to make sure that the btmp log is rotated using logrotate with the below information.
To rotate the btmp log add the below to the logrotate.conf file located in the /etc directory.Details