Syncronise time  with NTP  server in Ubuntu /Mint/Debian
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Syncronise time with NTP server in Ubuntu /Mint/Debian

9 Android Tablet for Kids these Holidays
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9 Android Tablet for Kids these Holidays

Tablets have not been around for more than three years; iPad being introduced in 2010,…

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Why is Android built on Linux Kernel?
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Why is Android built on Linux Kernel?

Android is overwhelming. Its spreading and taking over its competitors.  According to recent reports Android…

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Android taking over iOS, Market Share Graph
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Android taking over iOS, Market Share Graph

Apple might take the crown of introducing iPad back in 2010, Android has made tablet…

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Unity has new lens for Google Play | PPA
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Unity has new lens for Google Play | PPA

Google Play can now be used on Ubuntu120.04 with a brand new lens created by…

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15 Weird/Surprising devices and Systems that run on Linux
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15 Weird/Surprising devices and Systems that run on Linux

It’s incredible to see how Linux runs on devices of various sizes, power and built…

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Firefox for Android comes to low-end Android handsets
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Firefox for Android comes to low-end Android handsets

The fact that open source software are more beneficial for society at large has been…

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Custom message SSH amp MOTD Banner
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Custom message SSH amp MOTD Banner

Linux mint 14 Nadia RC, finally released!
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Linux mint 14 Nadia RC, finally released!

6 months after Linux Mint 13 codename “Maya” [release date 23rd May], based on the Ubuntu…

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Cinnamon 1.6.6 released, Minor bug fixed
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Cinnamon 1.6.6 released, Minor bug fixed

Only a couple of dates after Cinnamon updated to  version 1.6.5 (on this November 5th)…

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Ubuntu 12.10 ‘Quantal Quetzal’: Our Final Thoughts
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Ubuntu 12.10 ‘Quantal Quetzal’: Our Final Thoughts

There’s another new, fresh and exciting Ubuntu release out in the wild. As you read…

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XStreamOS: An Illumos Kernel based Operating System
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XStreamOS: An Illumos Kernel based Operating System

Being a Technical Writer involves a lot of reading and research of new and emerging…

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How to install nVIDIA and AMD drivers in Fedora 17
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How to install nVIDIA and AMD drivers in Fedora 17

Enough with Ubuntu craziness around these days, so I think it’s time to say something…

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Linux as an OS for supercomputers for scientific Research
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Linux as an OS for supercomputers for scientific Research

True, Linux has not been able to takeover as a desktop operating system but, you…

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Ubuntu 12.10 and AMD Catalyst problem (solved)
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Ubuntu 12.10 and AMD Catalyst problem (solved)

Many users when they wished to upgrade their Ubuntu 12.04 up to 12.10, they encountered…

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VLC 2.0.4 has been released! PPA Ubuntu 12.10
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VLC 2.0.4 has been released! PPA Ubuntu 12.10

Nvidia 304.60 has been released! Install in Ubuntu (12.10), LinuxMint & Fedora
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Nvidia 304.60 has been released! Install in Ubuntu (12.10), LinuxMint & Fedora

Nvidia 304.60 has been released, the new release comes with some new features, improvements and…

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Ubuntu 12.10 Released, attacking Windows 8
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Ubuntu 12.10 Released, attacking Windows 8

Canonical has just released the new version of Ubuntu 12.10, also known as Quantal Quetzal.…

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