Category Archives: Linux tutorials
Ventrilo is a lightweight VOIP server used not only for voice communication, but it also acts as a chat room of sorts. It is extremely simply to install and configure. Used widely by gamers around the world Ventrilo allows conversations … Continue reading
Question: How to install Java and Java plugins in Sabayon or gentoo ?
DNS (Domain name system) servers are one of the most crucial parts of hosting servers on the internet. DNS servers give us the ability to connect to websites and other types of servers by using words and number instead of … Continue reading
If you are a windows user and you want to try linux without using dual boot or a virtual machine . As you know, in the dual boot, the user can run only one operating system at a time, while … Continue reading
TeamViewer is excellent software for allowing the control of your computer from remote places, sharing the desktop and transferring the files between the computers or compatible devices all through the internet. TeamViewer is available not only for computer operating systems … Continue reading
Few weeks ago, the New kernel 3.0 was released .The new release did come with many features such as Btrfs data scrubbing and automatic defragmentation, Berkeley Packet Filter JIT filtering, unprivileged ICMP_ECHO, XEN Dom0 support, wake on WLAN, lots of … Continue reading
The IPFIREWALL (IPFW) is a FreeBSD sponsored firewall software application authored and maintained by FreeBSD volunteer staff members. It uses the legacy stateless rules and a legacy rule coding technique to achieve what is referred to as Simple Stateful logic. … Continue reading
LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP) is an open source Web development platform that uses Linux as operating system, Apache as the Web server, MySQL as the relational database management system and PHP as the object-oriented scripting language.