The easiest way to obtain hard drive's model information is to use smartmontools and its smartctl command. If you do not have smartmontools package installed on your system yet you can do so by:
UBUNTU:
# apt-get install smartmontools
FEDORA:
# yum install smartmontools

If you are a strong command line user, performing package search and installations using command line package manager yum you may have noticed a frequent metadata updates when using this tool:
Loaded plugins: langpacks, refresh-packagekit
google-chrome   
rpmfusion-free-updates     
rpmfusion-nonfree-updates     
updates/20/x86_64/metalink
updates
virtualbox 
updates/20/x86_64/primary_db 
Although, this behavior is intentional and provides many benefits in order to keep your software updated, it can also however be quite frustrating if you see and have to wait for this update to finish couple times a day. The default expiry time of system's metadata is 90 minutes, and therefor every time 1,5 hour elapses your system will download new repository updates. For a production server this poses not obstacle or problem. However, for desktop systems this feature can be quite annoying.

Master PDF editor is a powerful tool to create or edit existing PDF documents. In case Master PDF editor is not available for your Linux distribution via standard repository then keep reading to find out how to install this software on any Linux System. Just a word of warning though, This is a proprietary software which means that you have absolutely no control of it and therefore, you run it on your own risk.
The only requirement for this software to work is a functional Graphical User Interface.
Master PDF Editor comes as a pre-compiled tarball and in the form of installable DEB and RPM package.

Once you downloaded a Raspberry PI *.img file you may have a reason to look inside the image. Here is a shot config on how you do it:

First get your image file:

# ls -lh
total 1.9G
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 1.9G Apr 24 14:35 2013-02-09-wheezy-raspbian.img

Hostgator VPS generates apache's httpd.conf file automatically. Therefore, any new lines you add to apache's configuration file will be overwritten. In order to add new configuration settings we need to include a configuration. Open up your main config file /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf and search for a virtual host with the domain name you wish to edit. Last two lines of your virtual host should look similar to this:

# To customize this VirtualHost use an include file at the following location
#    Include "/usr/local/apache/conf/userdata/std/2/linuxcon/linuxconfig.org/*.conf"

uncomment the Include line by remove leading "#".

Next, create a directory to reflect the Include location:

# mkdir -p /usr/local/apache/conf/userdata/std/2/linuxcon/linuxconfig.org/

Objective

The following tutorial explains how to mount USB drive in Linux system using terminal and shell command line. If you are using desktop manager, you will most likely be able to use it to mount USB drive for you.

Mounting USB drive is no different than mounting USB stick or even a regular SATA drive. The video example below will illustrate the entire process of mounting USB drive on Linux system. To gain more understating read the subsequent paragraphs.

Conventions

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