Category Archives: Linux tutorials
HP Data Protector software automates high-performance backup and recovery from disk or tape to enable 24×7 business continuity at a compelling price-to-performance ratio. Appropriate for medium and large companies, this software helps you reduce IT costs and complexity while delivering … Continue reading
Firefox 3.5 has been released and is available for download, the new version is faster than ever and come with many new features.
FrostWire is a peer-to-peer file sharing program for the Gnutella and BitTorrent protocols. FrostWire is written in Java, and is a fork of LimeWire, another popular Gnutella client. Released under the GNU General Public License, FrostWire is free software and … Continue reading
Static IP addresses are manually assigned to a computer by an administrator. The exact procedure varies according to platform. This contrasts with dynamic IP addresses, which are assigned either by the computer interface or host software itself, as in Zeroconf, … Continue reading
Install MyDNSConfig MyDNSConfig is a web-interface that allows to administrate/create/delete DNS records easily. All data is stored in a MySQL database, and this MySQL database is used by the MyDNS-NG name server to retrieve the DNS records. MyDNS comes with … Continue reading
Moovida is what used to be called elisa,it is an open source cross-platform media center solution designed to be simple for people not particularly familiar with computers. By bringing together all your movies, TV shows, tunes and photos in one … Continue reading
CashPlan is an automated backup solution that either uses the CrashPlan Central server or any other machine or device of your choosing. CrashPlan runs quietly in the background, automatically protecting your files. CrashPlan is cross-platform: backup your new Mac to … Continue reading