Most people like me prefer using Command Line in everyday life to Graphical User Interface (GUI) . Today i`am going to show you how play music files from the Command Line using one of the best Command Line players (SoX) which supports most audio formats. Such as: wav, mp3, mpg, mp3, ogg, flac, etc.
VLC 2.0.7 has been released! The new release comes with many bug fixes and updates. In this bug fix release, the memory exhaustion vulnerability that occurred when playing specifically crafted playlist files; the WMA Pro, MPEG 4 ALS, APE, MLP and ADPCM-IMA4 playback issues have been fixed; audio encoding for numerous codecs, including MP3 and […]
"Hi Oltjano! How are you? Can you help me to create an executable file in Ubuntu? I want it to start my lamp server, I want to save time and I don't like to type long commands in my terminal." This was a message from my friend that is learning web development in his Ubuntu […]
Nowadays, our personal computer is not only a work tool, it is also our private space where we store our little secrets. Protecting our personal data from praying eyes should be one of our top priorities. People use cryptography or encryption to hide their data, but they forget that cryptography does not hide data from […]
“I am having problems in connecting the Galaxy Tab to Ubuntu via USB cable.”; This is a common question around the web and specially in android forums. Sometimes you need to transfer files from your computer to your android device and vice versa.
Now that you know what netcat is , it is time for some basic operations and real life tasks with the TCP/IP swiss army knife.Linux distributions come with netcat already compiled and installed but I will cover how
Review is a combined effort from Unixmen Writers – M. Zinoune, Khalid Ahmed and Chris Jones. Hi there Unixmen readers. A few days ago we previewed Ubuntu 13.04 ‘Raring Ringtail’ and walked through the newest beautiful system from Canonical. It’s now the official release date for the Raring Ringtail, so here we are again reviewing […]
Mozilla Firefox is the default web browser in Ubuntu. Some users like to use Google Chrome. Software Center allows users to install software with a few clicks, but you can not install Google Chrome. Before we begin installing Chrome, in Ubuntu, we fix the dependency error “google-chrome-stable depends on libudev0 (>= 147)”. This error can be fixed by […]