Tag Archives: Linux
Migrating from Windows to Linux is no simple task. One of the things that some people complain about is the difficulty of text editing in console mode. You may or may not know that Notepad.exe is actually pretty damn complicated. … Continue reading
There are currently 200 articles on Wikipedia about Linux that need more information within the page, or they will probably be deleted (eventually). For example, Ubuntu Studio is one of 34 Linux distributions that are categorized as “stubs”. Why is … Continue reading
This is probably the most visual way I have ever used to analyze web traffic. Quoted from the authors website: “glTail.rb allows you to view real-time traffic, data, and statistics from any log file on any server with SSH, in … Continue reading
A few months before I started writing about Linux, I convinced my girlfriend to switch to using Firefox. This was the first step I took to getting her warmed up to the idea of using Open Source software. At the … Continue reading
This is the first how-to article that holds your hand step by step to stream music from the iPhone in Ubuntu over Wi-Fi. This will work on other distributions, simply replace apt-get with your package manager of choice. Requirements: – … Continue reading
There has been plenty of activity in the Linux Security Module mailing list since Linus Torvalds posted in response to security programmers and researchers who don’t want Smack added to the 2.6.24 Linux kernel, because SELinux can do everything Smack … Continue reading
I’ve been working on writing a very in-depth, step by step guide on syncing the iPhone in Linux, but in the meantime, here’s a how-to guide on using Drivel.
If you have not heard of a program called Songbird, I would love to be the first to introduce it to you.
I just recently found The Ubuntu Counter project which has lofty aims of counting Ubuntu users. Fun in theory, but there is no way that every user will ever login to a webpage to register their machine. A better way … Continue reading
Why do we waste time reading articles about Linux that don’t provide what they promise in the title? This article doesn’t give you just 10, but eleven types of resources that ALL new or experienced Linux users should bookmark, or … Continue reading