ClusterSSH: Manage Multiple SSH Sessions on Linux
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ClusterSSH: Manage Multiple SSH Sessions on Linux

ClusterSSH is a Cluster administration tool via SSH. It is used to┬ácontrol┬ánumber of xterm windows…

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Automatically Change the Desktop Wallpaper Using Variety on Ubuntu/Linux Mint
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Automatically Change the Desktop Wallpaper Using Variety on Ubuntu/Linux Mint

Windows OS users might have used Webshots desktop software which is used to change their…

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How to Find Default Gateway in Linux
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How to Find Default Gateway in Linux

Setup Backup Server Using rsnapshot
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Setup Backup Server Using rsnapshot

rsnapshot is a filsystem snapshot utility written in Perl. It is a remote backup utility…

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How to Install uTorrent Client on Ubuntu/Debian/Linux Mint
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How to Install uTorrent Client on Ubuntu/Debian/Linux Mint

uTorrent is a lightweight and efficient BitTorrent client for Linux, Windows OS and Mac OS.…

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Administer your Server using Ajenti Server Manager
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Administer your Server using Ajenti Server Manager

Ajenti is a simple, fast and small web based administration tool for managing your servers.…

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How To: Disable or Enable Guest Account in Ubuntu 13.04
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How To: Disable or Enable Guest Account in Ubuntu 13.04

You may not want anyone to use your computer without your permission. But Ubuntu favors…

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Retroshare: A Next Generation Secure Communication and File Sharing Platform
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Retroshare: A Next Generation Secure Communication and File Sharing Platform

Retroshare is the next generation of peer to peer sharing networks. Unlike classic peer to…

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How to Block Ads on Your Web Browsers Using Privoxy
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How to Block Ads on Your Web Browsers Using Privoxy

There are many browser specific plug-ins (eg. Adblock Plus) available to block ads while browsing.…

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Basic mplayer Usage from Command-Line
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Basic mplayer Usage from Command-Line

There are many ways to play media files from the command-line. In fact, in recent…

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Command-Line Downloading Using aria2
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Command-Line Downloading Using aria2

All Linux distributions come with wget pre-packaged by default. Sure, wget does do the job,…

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How to Backup and Restore MySQL Database’s Using MySQL Workbench
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How to Backup and Restore MySQL Database’s Using MySQL Workbench

MySQL Workbench is a graphical design tool for MySQL databases. It is used for database…

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Ubuntu 13.10 ‘Saucy Salamander’ – New kernel, Unity 7 and 8 with Mir
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Ubuntu 13.10 ‘Saucy Salamander’ – New kernel, Unity 7 and 8 with Mir

Hello Unixmen readers. This article is not just an article for any geek who’s obsessed…

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Securing Information on Flash Drives from Windows Users
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Securing Information on Flash Drives from Windows Users

This is a very interesting trick I come across recently. Sometimes moving along with flash…

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Ubuntu: How to Determine Your Architecture
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Ubuntu: How to Determine Your Architecture

How to Install and Configure Subversion Server on Ubuntu 13.04 Server
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How to Install and Configure Subversion Server on Ubuntu 13.04 Server

Subversion is a free and open-source version control system (VCS). It manages files and directories,…

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How to Enable Hibernate Feature in Ubuntu 13.04
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How to Enable Hibernate Feature in Ubuntu 13.04

In Ubuntu 13.04 ‘Raring Ringtail’, the hibernate feature which enables you to power down your…

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10 Easy Steps to Upgrade from MySQL to MariaDB on CentOS 6.4
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10 Easy Steps to Upgrade from MySQL to MariaDB on CentOS 6.4

This article describes you how to upgrade MySQL to MariaDB in ten simple steps. We…

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