All the anti-virus programs in the world won’t help you if you log on the public WiFi at a coffee shop. Most of us do it to check our emails, log-in to facebook or google something. Now it’s so usual that you see half the people in any coffee shop on their Smartphones. But that […]
The Bodhi Linux lead developer Jeff Hoogland has introduced a graphical tool called eepDater for apt-get package updates. The eepDater is A GUI system updater for apt-get based systems written in Elementary and Python. It is somewhat similar to Synatic, but just only for package updates, not for installing and removing packages. The eepDater provides a […]
Introduction Redmine is one of most interesting project management web applications, written using Ruby on Rails framwork. Installation Install Apache2, MySQL and other dependencies packages: apt-get install apache2 libapache2-mod-passenger mysql-server mysql-client Install Redmine apt-get install redmine redmine-mysql Configure database for redmine, Select Yes. Select database type. In this example, I use mysql. Provide database administrative […]
Introduction TWiki is a flexible, powerful, secure, yet simple web-based enterprise collaboration platform. It can be used to run a project development space, a document management system, a knowledge base or any other groupware tool on either an intranet or on the Internet. It has over 400 extensions, and it is perfectly suit for users […]
Tor (The Onion Router) is a free software that allows users to browse the web anonymously through onion routing. It refers to encryptions on multiple levels and through multiple relays that obscure your IP so much it’s impossible to trace your online activity. An NSA leak reportedly characterized Tor as: “the King of high secure, […]
Google Cloud Print is a new technology brought to you by Google (duh!) that allows you to connect your printers to the cloud. Now most of you know that Cloud computing is a new concept that has proven most useful. It’s a way to connect many applications on multiple computers on a network (or the […]
LEMP is a combination of the operating system and open-source software stack. The acronym LEMP is derived from the first letters of Linux, Nginx HTTP Server, MySQL/MariaDB database, and PHP, Perl or Python. We already have shown you how to install LAMP on many platforms.
Dear Ubuntu geeks, In this tutorial I will teach you how to use a feature-rich app for taking screenshots and editing them in your Ubuntu machine. This program is very useful when you want to take screenshots for your technical blogs, help your friends to use tools and share your shiny Ubuntu desktop with other […]
11622Posted February 20, 2014 by oltjano terpollari
LAMP is a combination of operating system and open-source software stack. The acronym LAMP is derived from the first letters of Linux, Apache HTTP Server, MySQL/MariaDB database, and PHP, Perl or Python.
Dear linux geeks, In this tutorial I will teach you how to find out who has recently used the unix-like server, which terminals are used and the time users logged in and out of the server. The command that we will use in order to accomplish the task is called last. It searches back through […]
12512Posted February 15, 2014 by oltjano terpollari
Dear unixmen reader, In this article I will share you the best Linux Mobile OS list of 2013. I got the data from Linux journal, so please do not argue about it, if the results are correct or not. And of course, on top of the survey results remains Android with more than 40 percent […]