FF Multi Converter is a free, open-source simple graphical application written in Python and PyQt that can be used to convert audio, video, image and document files between all popular formats, using and combining other programs. It uses ffmpeg for audio/video files, unoconv for document files and PythonMagick library for image file conversions. The goal […]
As everyone knows, generally Linux has never had a strong argument against Windows OS when it comes to gaming. 9/10 people will say they use something like Windows 7 or XP for their gaming (depending on the DirectX version being used/required). Due to the advancements in WINE, we have seen of late a lot of […]
Even though Ubuntu has a default PDF reader (Evince/Document Reader), it sometimes doesn’t show the real appearance of the contents of our PDF files. As you all know, Adobe Reader is one of the most popular PDF readers. It has some of awesome features, with elegant and true font display. The latest version on Linux […]
PacketFence is a network access control (NAC) system featuring a captive-portal for registration and remediation, wired and wireless management, 802.1x support, isolation of devices, integration with IDS; it can be used to secure networks from small to large networks. This tool can be used in the following areas: banks colleges and universities engineering companies convention […]
We have another Puppy in the Precise series. The new version of Puppy in Precise series was announced and is called Precise Puppy 5.7.1. Are you exited to try? Oww, oww slow down guys. If you are new to Linux, you should read this article very carefully. Do you have an old machine with less […]
Unity 8 Alpha has been released with a nice interface which is very smooth and nice looking. It is not ready for use yet, but if you consider yourself a loyal Ubuntu user and true computer geek, you should give it a try. Exploring is nice, fun and you learn alot. Life is not only […]
For the last couple of weeks I have been testing out Kingsoft Office Alpha 11-patch 2 in the Unixmen office. I have enjoyed my time with it and will in fact be keeping it around for a little while longer yet.
Disclaimer: First things first – Apple, Mac OS X and iOS are NOT free and open-source software technology. Before reading ahead, it’s important our readers understand this. But the following contains some information related to BSD, FreeBSD and NetBSD, hence why we are publishing the following article. Throughout the week, I had the opportunity to […]
When AMD64 (AMD) and EM64T (Intel) CPU technology was new and ready for the prime market, there was much talk about whether the real-world was ready for 64bit computing in the consumer sector. At the time, 64bit computing had been around in the server sector for quite some time.