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Community Interview | Daniel Mons

While things remain quiet overall with Linux development, I took some time out to interview a good friend of mine who I have known...

Interview With Sancho Lerena From Pandora FMS

Hello Unixmen readers, today we have a special guest here at our desk! Ladies and gentlemen, we  present you our friend Sancho Lerena from Pandora...

BSD For Human Beings? | Interview

Continuing our BSD summer interviews, we introduce today a very interesting interview with Kris Moore, the founder and current leader of development of the...

Interview with Jonathan Thomas of Openshot

Openshot is the most successful open source video editing tool right now. On this interview, we meet the founder of the project Jonathan Thomas,...

Building a Linux distribution from scratch | Interview

Here's a quick interview with Constantine Apostolou who is the creator and maintainer of the Cinux Linux distribution. Creating an operating system from scratch has...

Interview with Clive Crous from Linux Game Publishing

Linux Game Publishing is a software company specialized in porting games to the Linux platform. Since 2001, LGP has accomplished many great things on...

Exclusive Interview | Alasdair Lumsden

At Unixmen, we were lucky enough to score an exclusive interview with former Project Leader of the OpenIndiana, Alasdair Lumsden. Since Alasdair’s resignation, it has...

Interview with Fabio Erculiani of Sabayon Linux

Fabio Erculiani is the founder and lead developer of the fantastic Sabayon Linux. On this week's interview, we talk with him about the details...

Learn file management commnad line required for RHCSA

3.0 Introduction to Red Hat Linux Key file system Welcome back, in this ‘RHCSA examination preparation guide’ series two articles are published, this is third...

Simply Bryan Lunduke

Bryan Lunduke is a programmer of cross platform software since the 1990’s, a project leader to many teams and a self-declared nerd. Moreover he...

Meet Martin Husemann and NetBSD | Interview

BSD systems are the technological neighbors many of us meet daily, but few know much about. Martin Husemann of NetBSD explains, analyses, compares and...

Knockd – Detailed And Simpler

As I could see there are lot of articles about knockd and it’s implementation. So, what are my efforts to make this unique? I...

Warren Woodford and the Linux distro market | Interview

Warren Woodford is the man behind MEPIS, one of the first ever GNU/Linux distributions that tried to be more friendly to the user. In...

Reach for the open skies: An interview with Curtis Olson

FlightGear is one of the most amazing and most important open source projects in existence. With a huge community around it, and a group...

Interview with Salih Emin of Utappia

Linux ecosystem consists of so many people doing a great job, and it is only natural for someone not to know everyone out there....

Rob Weir explains the OpenOffice resurrection | Interview

Last week, we had the first OpenOffice release, since the project was donated to the Apache foundation. This raised a lot of questions and...

Interview with XFCE’s Nick Schermer

After the release of Unity and Gnome Shell, XFCE gained more popularity, fans and support for being the reliable "traditional" desktop environment. Fast, modern,...

The Grand Android browsers Showdown

Your productivity with a smartphone is primarily reliant on your smartphone’s browser, as most of the tasks on a smartphone are done in your...

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