There are a few common security practices that every Linux user should follow. Unfortunately, not everybody is aware of these. In this post will show you how to secure your home pc or server to the best of your abilities with the best available opensource tools.
VLC is indeed the king of multimedia players, yet light in weight and free. As in our previous post that discussed about the best features of VLC, we mentioned that you can effortlessly control VLC with your keyboard using hot keys. Majority of functions such as switch your view to full-screen mode, Begin or Pause […]
Longhorn was a concept by Microsoft that never came into being. However, based on the designer concepts released back then, an Ubuntu transformation pack is available. It’s only a beta, however, it promises some very stunning visual changes. As of the latest beta, it now includes a script to handle the installation itself, turning the […]
Zenwalk 7.0 is released, This release brings several major changes at user level and system level. At user level, the Xfce desktop environment has been updated to major version 4.8.1, coming with a new VFS, Xfce 4.8 allows CIFS and SFTP shares browsing through the file manager, making it mostly feature equivalent to GNOME while […]
It is certainly inspiring that a free piece of software gives you so diverse possibilities, comparable to any paid software you can get in the market. In this post I have attempted to collect the best tutorials of GIMP, in my view, around the web.
How to add new disk via LVM: Sulutions Add new physical disk. Boot. # pvscan This will show you the current physical volumes. # fdisk /dev/sdb Add the disk to your machine as a primary partition. Partition type: “8e (LVM)”. Obviously /dev/sdb may be different on your system. # pvcreate /dev/sdb1 This […]