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September 4, 2013! It was the day of the Rhythmbox 3.0 release announcement. People may ask, what is Rhythmbox?  Rhythmbox is a free music...

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Hello guys, let me inform you about Audacity, the open source audio editing powerhouse which is well known in the Linux community. I have mentioned...

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Writer, Calc, Impress, Draw, Math and Base. These are six feature-rich applications that LibreOffice suit offers to you for your document and data processing needs. What...

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Everyone wants to get entertained after a day full of work, or a hard time at school. What is  your first stop for media and...

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elementaryOS 'Luna' has been released. Back in May, here at Unixmen we looked at elementaryOS Beta 1 and Beta 2. Now that the Beta 2...

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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...

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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...

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Hello Unixmen readers. It's been a long time since I have wrote an article for our website. Today we'll check out one of the...

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There are plenty of tools and methods out there to secure and prevent your files and folders from accidental deletion. chattr is one of them....

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This tutorial is a guide to help setting up systemd on Gentoo. systemd is a modern sysvinit and RC replacement for Linux systems. This article...

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My name is Jacob Graham and I am a Junior Systems Administrator in Victoria, Canada. This will be my first writing for Unixmen and...

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