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 […]
It’s an undeniable fact that Youtube is one of the top three most visited websites in the world. Many people upload their personal moments, funny stuff, cover songs, podcasts, screencasts etc, all globally shared over the Internet.
Bleeding Edge is now available for Ubuntu 12.04, this is a shell script designed for Ubuntu 32 and 64bit. It installs repositories, keys, and software – such as Gimp2.8, adobe reader, dropbox, media players, codecs, MS fonts, drivers, etc with one click. It also cleans up the system.
In this post i will show you how to set up Python scripting for Apache. Note that I assume that you have already set up and configured the standard LAMP server stack. If you haven’t, refer to any of the following links, depending on your distribution. (Open Suse,Mandriva,Arch Linux, Debian,Sientific Linux)
Now that we know how to create a very basic script and run them its time to get started on learning how statements and variables work. Every language has its own way of using statements and variables, they might look slightly different when comparing one language to another, but they all have the same goal […]
If you have been using computers for a while, whether you have been using Unix, Windows or Mac operating systems, you’re probably already familiar with the term shell. A shell is piece of software that is inbuilt into most operating systems which acts as an interface to the kernel and other software. Shells come in […]
When using skype in Linux, happen that when you install Skype the webcam will not work, you can use the mic for voice conversation but not the cam, this script come to resolve this issue, the script work for both 32 bit and 64 bit. The script can be used for for the actual version […]
For people who use an USB stick or mobile phone to surf the internet on the go, it’s often reported that the connection is sloppy or unresponsive. Wireless features pings over 200 ms as it is, however, it’s not that what causes this ‘lag’.