The last few years, many users upload their how-to videos (also known as videorials — like tutorials) in Youtube, showing their Linux desktop and explaining how to do a bunch of stuff. So instead of reading an article or a guide with static images and multiple pages, maybe there is a quick educational video waiting […]
Some may say “X is totally the UNIX way”, while Unix says “Do one thing and do it well”. But what is the one thing that X does and does it well? That’s hard for me to answer, since I have no experience in that field but if you spend a couple of hours watching […]
For once you have tasted Gentoo you will compile the kernel with your eyes turned red monitor-squared, for there you have been and experiencing the raw power of Linux. There are some days I want to go back to the early ages of Linux, some days I want to use top notch packets and bleeding-edge […]
Clementine is a variety of mandarin orange, so tasty and energy fruit that makes you feel good and healthy. Software-wise, Clementine is music player, and yes sir, it still makes you feel that good! You make ask, why should we try another one music player ? Frankly speaking Clementine is one of the must-have applications […]
Enough with Ubuntu craziness around these days, so I think it’s time to say something different about other distros. My favorite second distribution is Fedora, and that’s this article is all about. In a matter of fact it is a complete tutorial that guides you step-by-step how to install your proprietary drivers, either nVIDIA or […]
Unity is a shell interface for the GNOME desktop environment developed by Canonical for its Ubuntu operating system. It is designed to make more efficient use of the space, given the limited screen size of netbooks, including, for example, a vertical application switcher (also known as the launcher). Unlike other Linux desktop environments, Unity is […]
Many users when they wished to upgrade their Ubuntu 12.04 up to 12.10, they encountered a problem concerning their graphics. This problem appeared only to AMD Radeon GPU users and especially to those who had Radeon HD 4000, HD 3000 or HD 2000 graphics card.
Canonical has just released the new version of Ubuntu 12.10, also known as Quantal Quetzal. If you decide to download the new version from Ubuntu’s official webpage, you will notice a rather provocative message. Above the download button, a slogan appears urging the users to install Ubuntu 12.10 instead of Microsoft Windows 8, not because […]
For a couple of days now, I have been working with OGRE on Open Morrowind (OpenMW) project, trying to accomplish my task as a C++ developer. However, before I started writing a single line of code, I had to setup the programming environment first. So, I went over OpenMW wiki in order to find its […]
Yesterday was released Nvidia 304.51, the new release comes with many bug fixes rather than new features or significant improvements. Simply put, 304.51 driver is the stable version of the 304.48 beta.