PC hacks for Linux

Monday, 18 October 2004, 2:09 PM EST

PC Hacks author Jim Aspinwall handpicks two Linux-specific hacks to share from his new book.

Whether Linux just won't boot or it isn't as zippy as you'd expect, help is merely a hack away. Jim will teach you how to recover your system's boot-ability as well as how to test and optimize Linux's settings for the best hard drive performance.

By Jim Aspinwall at O'Reilly.

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