While we’ve all been deluged with new Linux releases lately, there’s a particular Unix release that flew past almost without getting a brief look at. NetBSD 6.1 was released in mid-May. NetBSD is the Unix of today. And it’s probably about as close to the original Unix as you can get in 2013. More so […]
Pligg is an open-source CMS social publishing software that encourages visitors to register on your website so that they can submit content and connect with other users. It is used to setup your own social publishing community in just minutes. In this article, I use CentOS 6.4 to setup this website. My hostname and IP […]
StatusNet is open-source software used to setup micro-blogging site similar to Twitter. In this article, I use CentOS 6.4 to setup this website. My hostname and IP Address are server.unixmen.com and 192.168.1.200/24, respectively. Change these values as per your setup. Prerequisites Install the following prerequisites to install and configure StatusNet: [root@server ~]# yum install mysql […]
With Viber, the mobile-to-mobile free call app, announcing a much awaited multi-platform version it is free calls all the way for users who have signed for the service. Viber is a Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) app that is vastly improved feature-by-feature over Skype and WhatsApp. While Skype, as one of the pioneering free-PC to […]
First off you need to install VLC. Go to videolan.org and follow the instructions there. Why VLC? Because it’s one of the best media players out there. Seriously, it finds the proper video/audio codec automatically and it plays even broken or incomplete video files.
Piwik is an open-source and free alternative to Google Analytics tool. It tracks and displays reports about the location of user visits, Where they came from (i.e website, directly, or something else), the visitors browser, screen size, operating system details, what the visitors did on your website, the time of visits and more. In this […]
This article describes you how to upgrade MySQL to MariaDB in ten simple steps. We have already shown you How to Migrate from MySQL to MariaDB on FreeBSD. I assume that you already have installed MySQL latest version and it’s up and running now.