Ajenti is a simple, fast and small web based administration tool for managing your servers. It is similar to Webmin. It is very useful for those who are not that much good at command line interface. It is available for almost all distributions such as Debian, Ubuntu, CentOS, Arch, Gentoo and FreeBSD etc. Using this […]
You may not want anyone to use your computer without your permission. But Ubuntu favors your friends and others who may want to use your computer in your absence without making any changes to your files by using the guest session provided. The guest account can be unnecessary for you is you are the only […]
ClipBucket is an open-source and free Multimedia Management Script used to build your own media sharing site like YouTube, Metacafe, Veoh and Hulu etc. Whether you are a small fan club or a big Multi Tier Network operator, Clipbucket will fulfill your video management needs. In this tutorial let us build a basic Youtube like […]
All Linux distributions come with wget pre-packaged by default. Sure, wget does do the job, but there is an alternative which I believe does a much better job at downloading from the command-line. aria2 is available in the repositories from most mainstream distributions. To install aria2 in Ubuntu or Linux Mint, just perform the following: […]
MySQL Workbench is a graphical design tool for MySQL databases. It is used for database server administration, database design, creation, security management and server as well as database maintenance. Install MySQL Workbench on Ubuntu: sk@sk:~$ sudo apt-get install mysql-workbench Add Database Server connection Now open MySQL Workbench from Menu or Dash. The main page of […]
Hello Unixmen readers. This article is not just an article for any geek who’s obsessed with technology news, it’s for a very big chart of Linux users and Ubuntu fans. As per Ubuntu’s wiki, Ubuntu 13.10 ‘Saucy Salamander’ release is scheduled for the final release to be ready on October 17, this year, with some […]
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