Hello Unixmen readers. This article is not just an article for any geek who’s obsessed with technology news, it’s for a very big chart of Linux users and Ubuntu fans. As per Ubuntu’s wiki, Ubuntu 13.10 ‘Saucy Salamander’ release is scheduled for the final release to be ready on October 17, this year, with some […]
This is a very interesting trick I come across recently. Sometimes moving along with flash drives is very helpful. You might not want someone to view your confidential documents when it goes missing. (There is a probability that the one who might come across it is a Windows user). This trick involves partitioning of the […]
It is time to learn some extra Ubuntu skills. The only way to be good at something is to read and practice everyday, all the time-day and night. There are many geeks that say Ubuntu sucks, but I like to explore and be a master at every Linux distribution. Of course this takes time and patience, so slow down […]
In Ubuntu 13.04 ‘Raring Ringtail’, the hibernate feature which enables you to power down your computer while its current state is maintained have been disabled or not included in the shut down menu. Hibernation also saves electrical power compared to Suspend or Sleep. This how you can enable it: 1. Open the terminal. 2. Copy and […]
Recently Cairo Dock 3.2.1 (bug-fix version) was released. You can read about Cairo Dock 3.0 in this previous post. Some new features in Cairo Dock 3.2.1 include the improvement of the multi-screen support, distant folders (Samba, FTP, etc.) and encrypted disks can be handled in the shortcuts applet. The new Screenshot applet enables you to take […]
Looking for a typing tutor to increase your typing speed and accuracy? Here is a command-line typing tutor (GNU Typist also known as gtypist). Most people having a Windows OS background will know the GUI Mavis Beacon typing tutor. GNU Typist (also called gtypist) is a free and universal command-line typing tutor which can help […]
For most users of Linux the Command Line is their best friend. The Terminal wasn’t meant to be so serious at all times, it’s also funny sometimes. If you don’t know, here are some commands that will make you see the funny side of the Command Line. Can you remember the first funny command you […]
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.