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About George Notaras

George Notaras is the editor of the G-Loaded Journal, a technical blog about Free and Open-Source Software. George, among other things, is an enthusiast self-taught GNU/Linux system administrator. He has created this web site to share the IT knowledge and experience he has gained over the years with other people. George primarily uses CentOS and Fedora. He has also developed some open-source software projects in his spare time.

Dictionary Lookups Anywhere

I consider ditionaries, either in printed or electronic form, as one of the most useful sources of valuable information and an indispensable companion when reading. Lately, I’ve been reading lots of stuff, which involved scientific terminology in the English language, so it was very often required to lookup words on various online dictionaries. I did…

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CloneZilla instead of Partimage

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Until now I have been creating partition images with Partimage, which has never failed. Another very popular tool nowadays is CloneZilla. This software, which happens to include partimage among various other utilities, has wider filesystem support and a better set of features – taking/restoring backups across the network is supported. The fact that this is…

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Featured Epiphany Plugins

My two plugins – extensions – for the Epiphany web browser, Tab-Session-Management and Tab-Links, have been featured on the official Epiphany blog. Thanks Dieguito! ;-) By reading all the entries on the blog, it is quite clear that the people behind this project are very happy to be involved. I assume this is a determinant…

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Mailing List Manager

If you are looking for a lean, mean mailing list manager (MLM), look no further. The software you are looking for is called: the Minimalist. Despite the fact that the Minimalist is just a Perl script with a filesize of 70Kb, it is a full featured MLM which will satisfy almost all users. Do not…

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Next time, come prepared

I had no idea that at the time I was adding a mailing-list manager in the list of software that constitute the infrastructure of the CodeTRAX facility, I also added a factor that would cause serious delay in the preparation of the whole project. But, mailing lists are a mandatory feature of the facility’s notification…

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Introducing codeTRAX

A few months ago, I had decided to set up a separate website to host all the software projects, scripts, plugins, other bigger projects, that G-Loaded has released. Today, I announce the public availability of codeTRAX, a private, experimental project hosting service. CodeTRAX is work in progress. One of the major delays in the preparation…

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