It’s no great secret that I have been a long time user and supporter of OpenSUSE. And I am also a huge fan of Bodhi Linux. And between the two of them, they remain among my favorite Linux distributions. One of the main features that attracts me to Bodhi Linux is its use of the […]
The last few years, many users upload their how-to videos (also known as videorials — like tutorials) in Youtube, showing their Linux desktop and explaining how to do a bunch of stuff. So instead of reading an article or a guide with static images and multiple pages, maybe there is a quick educational video waiting […]
I am usually quick to write an article or something on the latest Ubuntu or Fedora release. But for Red Hat’s new Fedora 18 operating system, I thought I’d hold off a little and read some other users opinions before I make my own final call of judgement. Reading others opinions and reviews prompted me […]
Back in July 2012, I had the privilege of talking with Dan Luedtke. He was busy working on a new project for his studies, developing a new filesystem called LanyFS (or LanyardFS). After Dan giving me a brief introduction as to the technical details and specifications of LanyFS, he was kind enough to provide me […]
Last week, I posted a “How To” on how to share files using an FTP server. Unfortunately, FTP is not what is considered secure, for over the internet file transfers. And especially when you’re transferring sensitive data. Thankfully, there is another secure option. In today’s How To, I’ll show you how to share your files […]
If you are a keen game developer and have a cache of games hidden away on your desktop, then it will soon be time to bring out an exclusive catalog of your games by signing up for Adobe Creative Cloud offer.
In today’s world, most of us have more than one computer device in the house. There is often at least one desktop PC and several laptops connected to the home network. And more recently, tablet computers have been introduced to our networks. Setting up internet access on all these devices is usually a pretty easy […]
I have been having an absolute blast of a time testing out a new operating system for this article. It is called Haiku. It is not a Unix or Linux based operating system, but rather an operating system based upon BeOS.