This is written targeting users who might want to try Linux. But also with some facts that Linux users should be aware and feel proud of. Bored to read long stories? Navigate to the final part “To compile it all”. Why I can’t live without Linux? Well I am biased and I have my own […]
Before moving into the article, let me tell you how this article has been written. This article starts with the introduction to knockd, and proceeds with the implementation of port knocking by using iptables. Note that the same port knocking can be achieved using knockd, as well, which will be discussed in the upcoming article. […]
Fact: There is no Mosh client for windows. Cheer up!! But there is a workaround. Let me walk you through how to setup your own mosh client for windows. I request you to spend few minutes on “Mosh – A brief introduction” – at least on the ‘how to install’ & ‘usage’ part of it […]
Vertu TI is a handmade phone crafted by single man in England and it is engineered to perfection. It has over ten years in development and every Vertu phone that hits the market is signed by the craftsman that crafts the Virtu Phone. Vertu is a luxury smartphone manufacturer and it has produced previous phones […]
I had never heard of Jolla until the day i met a very nice guy in Europython that introduced me to Jolla smartphone and its operating system. My friend was using the Jolla smartphone at the time i met him and he told me alot about its history, the design and features of this smartphone […]
Mosh – The Mobile Shell. Already we have shown you about what is Mosh and How to use it in our previous article. But that article covered just basic things only. Well, in this tutorial let us learn something brief about Mosh. Before reading further, please be aware that this article is only for users […]
We have another Puppy in the Precise series. The new version of Puppy in Precise series was announced and is called Precise Puppy 5.7.1. Are you exited to try? Oww, oww slow down guys. If you are new to Linux, you should read this article very carefully. Do you have an old machine with less […]
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 time with it and will in fact be keeping it around for a little while longer yet.
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 best and the most powerful phone operating systems, Android. It’s not just a phone operating system though, it’s like your own very small Linux distribution that you take with you everywhere. […]
There is always new software arriving on my desk, waiting to be tested. Some of it is good and some of it not so good. Some so bad, I refuse to write about. Last week, several of the Staff at Unixmen received a little script called Jai Hind Script. It’s an interesting script. It’s such […]
I am currently working on a personal programming project. Once completed, the eventual binaries will actually be launched by either running a Python or Perl script. Experimenting with some Perl stuff has given me the chance to review a nice Perl scripting IDE called Padre.