Download Fedora 16 CD / DVD ISO

Posted on in Categories fedora linux last updated November 24, 2011

Fedora Linux version 16 (code name “Verne”) has been released and available for download ( jump to download link ). Fedora Linux is a community-based Linux distribution which is sponsored by Red Hat, Inc. This release is dedicated to Dennis Ritchie, who co-invented Unix and the C language. Fedora is considered as the third most popular cutting edge distro, behind Ubuntu and Mint Linux for desktop and laptop usage.

Download Fedora 15 CD / DVD ISO

Posted on in Categories Download of the day, fedora linux last updated November 9, 2011

Fedora Linux version 15 has been released and available for download ( jump to download link ). Fedora Linux is a community-based Linux distribution which is sponsored by Red Hat, Inc. Fedora is considered as the second most popular cutting edge distro, behind Ubuntu Linux for desktop and laptop usage. The new version comes with several new features such as special focus on desktops, developers, virtualization, security and system administration.

Open Source Photography Software

Posted on in Categories Linux last updated September 3, 2010

I recently brought Canon EOS 500D mid-range DSLR cameras with good promotional discounts. My photography interests date back to my school days but I did not take photography seriously until recently. Now, I’m researching for quality open source photo-software which may be available to photographers. This blog post gives a quick and dirty view of the different photo applications available for Linux operating systems:

Debunking the "Linux is virus free" Myth

Posted on in Categories Debian Linux, Howto, Linux, Linux desktop, RedHat/Fedora Linux, Security, Shell scripting, Ubuntu Linux, Windows, windows vista last updated February 11, 2009

Is Linux is virus free? The author of foobar blog provides some insight about the same. Linux users can’t just catch a virus by email or downloading malware from the Internet, contrary to “those Windows users”. From the foobar blog post:

Then you save an email attachment under Linux, the execute flag is normally NOT set and thus, the file can’t be executed just by clicking on it. So, no luck?