GNOME Schedule is a graphical user interface (GUI) tool that leverages the power of cron. It brings together the power of cron with the ease-of-use. Whilst we can use the command-line to schedule tasks, we can also use GNOME Schedule to complete the same task.
Wine 1.6 has been released. According to the announcement, the new release is a result of 16 months of development efforts and comes with more 10,000 individual changes. The main changes are the new Mac driver, full support for window transparency and the new Mono package for .NET applications support. This new release comes also […]
I am a cool geek (I think) and I want my Ubuntu box to be as cool as possible. Lately, Ubuntu is losing users and fans, but I do not care. Even if everybody starts to hate Ubuntu, I will use it. I love to explore things. At the moment Ubuntu is my home. Now, […]
Are you an Web developer using Arch Linux then you need LAMP installed in your Arch Linux and here i am going show you the way of installing and configuring LAMP in Arch and its derivatives,lets have an small intro about LAMP.
Unison is a free, cross platform file synchronization tool that enables us to keep two set of file replicas (instances) on two different systems or on different disks of the same system. Unlike simple mirroring or backup utilities, it updates both replicas of a distributed directory structure. It detects and displays the conflicting updates. Unlike […]
Internet has been becoming a core part in every day life. It helps us to know about many things just with a click. Using internet we are able to communicate with people far away from us. We can easily find answers to each and every question we have. And we can do lot more things than […]
If you are still searching for the best alternative to Google Reader which is now discontinued, well you are on the right track. In this article, I will show how to install an alternative for Google Reader called Tiny Tiny RSS Reader. Tiny Tiny RSS is a simple, open-source web-based RSS reader. It allows the user […]
This tutorial covers crossdev and distcc that allow users to cross compile across several networked computers on Gentoo. I used it on an Intel Celeron (i686) which ran the emerge and my Dell with an Intel i5 (x86_64), which worked as the helper box. Setup Network First of all, we setup a network of computers. […]
Hi geeks. Do you know about Ubuntu 13.10 wallpaper contest? This competition is open to everyone, so if you think you have the skills to make wallpapers for million of user’s desktops, this is the perfect time and chance. If your friends keep telling you that your wallpapers suck? It is time to prove them […]