“I am having problems in connecting the Galaxy Tab to Ubuntu via USB cable.”; This is a common question around the web and specially in android forums. Sometimes you need to transfer files from your computer to your android device and vice versa.
Now I’m sure everyone knows that I love Bodhi Linux, very much. I rant on about it how good it is all the time. Well, here comes the shocking part; I reckon I have found something better. Or should I admit I did not actually find it, rather it was sent to me by an […]
My intent is to introduce new Linux users to the Linux command line shell and make them feel comfortable with the command line environment. What does it happen when you click a button with your mouse? When you click a button a command is executed and interpreted by the shell. What is a shell? A […]
The minimum you can do to protect yourself is to avoid weak passwords. In most cases people do not know what weak passwords are and why are called such. Passwords that can be easily guessed or cracked are called weak passwords. Many security breaches worldwide are often the result of poor password choices. These poor […]
We have not really seen any large changes or updates in the Linux kernel for quite some time. This is actually a good thing as it shows that Linux has become a strong, robust and mature kernel. Development of the kernel progresses fast these days. And there is always plenty going on in the background. […]
If you have lot of developers or programmers who access your servers frequently in your company and if you wanna to keep an eye on what data they are accessing, what commands they are issuing, how long they have been accessing servers and how much system resources are consumed by them, then psacct or acct […]
Elgg is an open-source and powerful social networking engine used to create your own social networking web site. In this How To, I am gonna show you how to build your own social network website, just like Facebook and Linkedin. Prerequisites Elgg needs Apache, MySQL and PHP modules in order to build a social networking […]
Now that you have installed Debian 7.0 ‘Wheezy’ and got yourself comfortable with it, it’s now time to get some software installed on to your system system. The first things you’ll need to do is update the repository source list. You can easily do this by performing the following with your /etc/apt/sources.list: debian% su password […]