Ubuntu has the strongest chance to take Linux mainstream
Interesting interview with Samba’s Jeremy Allison – Samba project founder.
Comming soon: Wine 64 bit For 64 bit MS-Windows application
I can finally report success on the first ever win64 program running on wine. The program was a textbook classic, but to make it work gcc had to be changed a lot. This was done by Kai Tietz, who has put a lot of effort in the task of making gcc accept the calling convention.
Windows XP: The OS That Won’t Quit
Dell announced it will offer systems with the aging Windows XP for a surcharge of US$150 over the newer Windows Vista–this only five months after it stopped offering XP on its Inspiron consumer desktop and laptop PCs. May be it’s time to move on to Linux 😉
Culture and community go hand-in-hand with Perl programming
This time we chat with Larry Wall, creator of the Perl programming language and regarded as the father of modern scripting languages.
Linux scalability and performance notes from Facebook
Great talk! If you’ve read anything about scaling large websites, you’ve probably heard about memcached. memcached is a high-performance, distributed memory object caching system. Here at Facebook, we’re likely the world’s largest user of memcached.
How to sync Evolution with Google’s PIM apps
While I’m a die-hard Google user — especially the PIM apps — I still appreciate offline applications for the integration with the desktop, speed, and features they sport. The Evolution contact and calendaring application is a great example: it’s as feature-packed as Microsoft Outlook, but with GNOME integration, and it’s fast. Gmail, by comparison, is slow and lacks any desktop integration. In a perfect world, Evolution would sync with Google’s PIM apps. Unfortunately, there aren’t any good, easy-to-use, comprehensive guides for setting up Evolution to sync with all of these apps — until now.
Wordpress Disable RSS Feed
Explains how to disable Wordpress RSS / Atom / RSS2 feed url in 2 simple steps.
Last week I decided to run a little competition to see your tips related to UNIX and Linux. A massive thank you to all that have participated.
There were total 185 entries. Many entries were nice and I really enjoyed reading all of them. But, there can only be 3 winners (randomly selected):
=> Hunter Perrin
There were many other great entries and I recommend you to check them out in the comments section.
Next month I will announce another small competition. If any one is interested sponsoring or would like give away as a prize in a competition, please contact me.
Midnight Commander (mc) is an user-friendly text-based file manager UI for Unix. Using mc, you can browse the filesystem easily and manipulate the files and directories quickly. You will not miss the standard command line prompt, which is also available within the mc itself. If you are new to mc, Midnight Commander (mc) Guide: Powerful Text based File Manager for Unix article will give you a quick jumpstart. In this article, let us review how to solve couple of common annoyance about viewing a file in mc.
Lighttpd supports both IPv6 and IPv4 protocol out of box. You need to compile lighttpd with IPv6 support. This small how to explains how to enable both IPv6 and IPv4 support under GNU/Linux / UNIX and FreeBSD operating systems.
Korn shell scripting is something all UNIX users should learn how to use. This article will teach you to write your own Korn shells scripts.
Mr. Stephen Fry introduces you to free software, and reminds you of a very special birthday. Happy birthday GNU!
Wordpress 2.6 has been released and available for download almost a month ahead schedule.
Geany is cross platform (UNIX/Windows/BSD) fast, powerful, easy to use integrated development environment for PHP, Java, C and much more. If you wanted to quickly edit source code, Geany is for you. Here’s an introduction to using Geany’s built-in features, including the IDE and built-in development capabilities.
After reading this article, you should now be able to use the Korn shell in ways you may not have known before. Mastering the command line can simplify your work and help you better understand how to make the shell and command line work for you rather than you working harder for it.
Can bug present in the Debian OpenSSL packages affect Red Hat / FreeBSD / CentOS Linux UNIX / Windows workstation / server users?