Wine is a free software application that aims to allow Unix-like computer operating systems to execute programs written for Microsoft Windows. Wine also provides a software library known as Winelib against which developers can compile Windows applications to help port them to Unix-like systems.
Attendees at Atlanta Linux Fest’s breakout session Ubuntucon were among the first to hear straight from Mark Shuttleworth that the popular Linux distribution Ubuntu’s next release — version 10.04 — will be named Lucid Lynx. UPDATE: As our eagle-eyed readers correctly point out, the next version number will be 10.04 not 9.10. This codename in […]
At the heart of many Cisco enterprise routers is its IOS operating system. When it comes to small business, however, Cisco isn’t pushing IOS, which it developed itself — instead, the networking giant is new small business router is powered by Linux. Cisco today announced a new set of small business networking products including the […]
18/09 : Announced by UPR team the release of the second stable release of Ubuntu Privacy Remix 9.04. All software packages including the kernel were updated to their newest version to close security holes and fix bugs. Included are small bugfixes and improvements in the scripts for handling extended TrueCrypt-Volumes, including a new progress bar […]
Google Chrome is a web browser that runs web pages and applications with lightning speed, In this quick how to we will show you how to install google chrome in ubuntu 9.04 jaunty jackalope and how to enable flash plugin in the installed Chrome.
Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning, or WebDAV, WebDAV is a protocol that allows for convenient mounting of a remote server on your desktop for easy file access. Once setup, using it is as simple as any other drag and drop navigation on your desktop. Before to start please change the IP 192.168.1.102 in this tutorial […]