All Linux distributions come with wget pre-packaged by default. Sure, wget does do the job, but there is an alternative which I believe does a much better job at downloading from the command-line. aria2 is available in the repositories from most mainstream distributions. To install aria2 in Ubuntu or Linux Mint, just perform the following: […]
MySQL Workbench is a graphical design tool for MySQL databases. It is used for database server administration, database design, creation, security management and server as well as database maintenance. Install MySQL Workbench on Ubuntu: sk@sk:~$ sudo apt-get install mysql-workbench Add Database Server connection Now open MySQL Workbench from Menu or Dash. The main page of […]
The Haiku community is living a very peculiar moment these days. They are witnessing the creation of its Package Manager. Generally considered as the last missing piece before the Beta, Haiku Inc. was recently awarded two contracts to allow full-time work on this sub-project.
Hello Unixmen readers. This article is not just an article for any geek who’s obsessed with technology news, it’s for a very big chart of Linux users and Ubuntu fans. As per Ubuntu’s wiki, Ubuntu 13.10 ‘Saucy Salamander’ release is scheduled for the final release to be ready on October 17, this year, with some […]
The key to networking in Python is the socket module, which provides a library for making network connections using Python. The socket module is used for low level networking and it provides the standard BSD Sockets API. Unix programmers are very familiar with this networking service. If you want to build server sockets and clients, […]
Internet media has reported that the NSA, the secretive United States Government Organization, has direct access to servers of some of the biggest web and technology companies in the world. Google, Microsoft, Skype and Facebook have all been in the headlines. The NSA has developed a project called PRISM which allows officials to collect private […]
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