I spent lot of time thinking whether to write one on Git or just leave it, since it takes quite lot of time to explain Git and it’s functions. But still, I have given detailed steps in term of installation/usage some of which is not documented anywhere else. This is for users who really want […]
Disclaimer: First things first – Apple, Mac OS X and iOS are NOT free and open-source software technology. Before reading ahead, it’s important our readers understand this. But the following contains some information related to BSD, FreeBSD and NetBSD, hence why we are publishing the following article. Throughout the week, I had the opportunity to […]
Most often we do install software from the terminal by the help of apt-get, rpm, yum, Ubuntu Software Center (GUI) and other forms on various Linux distributions. Sometimes it is good to download the source code of the software and compile it yourself. Most Linux newbies find this very difficult, since most of them are […]
127Posted July 2, 2013 by Enock Seth Nyamador
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