Who says Linux is not growing? Everyday somewhere around the globe people ranging from personal businesses to government agencies are switching to Linux. Governments are also encouraging the use of it.
54815Posted October 2, 2013 by Enock Seth Nyamador
MATE repository provides a production quality rolling release repository for the MATE Desktop Environment. Users subscribed to this repository will feature either STABLE releases or stabilized development snapshots. Currently this repository only provides upstream official releases and no 3rd party packages.
I spent lot of time thinking whether to write one on Git or just leave it, since it takes quite lot of time to explain Git and it’s functions. But still, I have given detailed steps in term of installation/usage some of which is not documented anywhere else. This is for users who really want […]
For how long have you been waiting Ubuntu 13.10 Beta release? Now, you can download it for testing, give it a try and report bugs to the Ubuntu developers team. This beta release does not include many new features and it focuses more on visual improvements than performance ones. But, what are some new features […]
558Posted September 29, 2013 by oltjano terpollari
AjaXplorer is an open source software that can be used to setup fileserver on any system. It is an alternative to SaaS Boxes and Drives, with more control, safety and privacy, and favorable TCOs. It provides the easy access to files/folders from any system, any browser over LAN or WAN. It has an embedded WebDAV […]
As you may know Gwibber is an Open Source microblogging client for GNOME written in Python and GTK. It brings the most popular social networking web services such as Facebook, Twitter, Flicker, Qaiku etc to your desktop and gives you the ability to control how you communicate. The list of supported social networking services are […]
Catfish is a Graphical front-end for command line search tools such as ‘find’ and ‘locate’. This GUI tool will be helpful for the beginners one who feel difficult using command line search tools. Install Catfish On Ubuntu, Linux Mint This tool is found in the official repositories of Ubuntu. So install it with command: $ […]
You are a Linux user (Ubuntu). You always install applications from the terminal using apt-get install. Even though you can add and remove applications using GUI (Synaptic Package Manager), it is always said that the command line is power. After installing a whole lot of applications both small and large in size. You now need […]
125825Posted September 26, 2013 by Enock Seth Nyamador