Samba is a free software re-implementation of SMB/CIFS networking protocol. as of version 3, Samba provides file and print services for various Microsoft Windows clients and can integrate with a Windows Server domain, either as a Primary Domain Controller (PDC) or as a domain member. It can also be part of an Active Directory domain.
How to use google search from the Terminal? Can be sometimes interessing to try search google from your Terminal, in your server for example while you have no graphic interface. Learn how to do that is easy and can do it in 2 steps :
Folderview is Screenlet is a GNOME dekstop widget designed to work like KDE4′s folderview applet. So is another nice screenlet to costumise your gnome desktop. For installation you need first screenlets 0.1.2 installed , if you diden`t hear before about screenlets then read this post
If you want to change the look of your loging screen theme in ubuntu or in Linux in general then you are in the right place. Changing the loging screen theme in ubuntu is not a difficult matter, what we need is a GDM themes that we can find thousends of them aroud the net, […]
aMSN is an instant messaging client for the MSN network. It was originally a clone of the Windows MSN Messenger program. That means it has the same look and feel as it’s Windows counterpart. Since then aMSN has evolved into a more mature client, and has crafted it’s own look and feel, as well as […]
PostgreSQL is an object-relational database management system (ORDBMS). It is released under a BSD-style license and is thus free software. As with many other open-source programs, PostgreSQL is not controlled by any single company, but has a global community of developers and companies to develop it.
Nagios 3.2.0 is this latest stable release include several bug fixes, including fixes for service and host check scheduling and availability reporting. FYI, “Nagios Core” is the new name for the monitoring daemon/web interface that used to be known simply as “Nagios”. Nothing material other than the name has changed at this point.
AfterStep is a window manager for the Unix X Window System . Originally based on the look and feel of the NeXTStep interface, it provides end users with a consistent, clean, and elegant desktop. The goal of AfterStep development is to provide for flexibility of desktop configuration, improving aestetics, and efficient use of system resources. […]