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Hacking Ubuntu: Serious Hacks Mods and Customizations by Dr. Neal Krawetz

This book isn't for beginners. If you've never heard of Linux, then you probably should not start here. This book is for power users -- people who already know the basics and want to get more out of their system. Whether you're a hardcore game player or working on a mission critical server, you will see the tricks to get the most out of your system.

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This is absolutely the ultimate guide to Hacking Ubuntu, the world's most popular Linux distribution. Unlike other books on the market, Hacking Ubuntu is not just a disjointed collection of a few tricks and tips. This is serious, down and dirty, under the hood operating system level hacking -- blowing away the default system settings, unlocking hidden gems, and offering readers total control over their Ubuntu system like never before. Hacking Ubuntu concentrates on optimizing the appearance, speed, usability, and security of Ubuntu systems to squeeze every ounce of performance out of your machine.

Roll up your sleeves, and dive into hundreds of hacks including: