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Posts in the "Linux" Category

  • On Candid Camera, with Microsoft’s Windows Phone !!

    What do you make if it when Microsoft says it “loves open source” ? You realize you are on ‘Candid Camera’ !! “We love open source; We have worked with open source for a long time now” says Jean Paoli of Microsoft in a recent interview with Network World.   The mistake of equating all open […]

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  • The ultimate Hackable phone – the N900

    I’ve been tinkering around with Python on the N900 and this one one phone hackers will love. You can make the phone do almost anything you want if you know a little bit of scripting. I picked up a bit of python to try making a call blocker which was missing for the N900, and […]

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  • The default Office Suite on Ubuntu is…

    Here’s another article from our Guest Blogger Dr. Abhishek Puri on Opera. You can read his previous article here and here Open Office has gone through various incarnations being heavily promoted by Sun. The best part is that it is a free open source software and be ported across different platforms. But that’s where the “good […]

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  • On to Ubuntu 9.10 – real life experiences

    This article is written by a friend of mine, Dr. Abhishek Puri. He’s a doctor who’s a technology freak on the side. He dabbles around with Open Source software and is a strong advocate for the Open Source community. Here is his experience with setting up Ubuntu 9.10 on his latest laptop. My trusty Lenovo […]

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  • Transcoding videos in Ubuntu using Handbrake

    I just came across a great tool for transcoding videos in Ubuntu. HandBrake is an open-source, GPL-licensed, multiplatform, multithreaded video transcoder, available for MacOS X, Linux and Windows. They’ve also got Ubuntu installers which make it easy to install this available in a GUI and a commandline version. Using handbrake you can convert your DVDs […]

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  • Using gURLChecker to check invalid links

    If you’re using Linux as your primary OS, here’s a useful too to check for broken links on your websites. gURLChecker is a simple tool to check for broken links on any website. It can work on a whole site, a single local page or a browser bookmarks file. If you’re using Ubuntu, it’s quite […]

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  • Move your .htaccess directives to httpd.conf

    Last week I was searching the net for a program or application to  move some of our .htaccess directives into Apache’s configuration files. The reason I was looking for this is to improve the performance of the site. When we have directives in the .htaccess file, the performance hit on Apache on when it serves […]

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  • GIMP “Save for Web” plugin for Ubuntu

    Here is a plugin for Gimp which gives you a “Save for Web” option in GIMP. This plugin gives you the option of preparing your images for the web by optimizing it, adding additional compression, stripping EXIF information from the images to reduce it’s size. You can preview the resultant image before you save your […]

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  • Clean up unwanted files in Ubuntu – BleachBit

    Here’s a software you’d need to clear the unwanted files hiding around your Ubuntu Installation. BleachBit clears up files from your trash, tmp folders, application specific temporary files from Firefox, Java, Open Office  and more. When I ran this on the system the first time, Bleachbit ended up clearing around  188MB of space, pretty good. […]

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  • Download Ubuntu Pocket Guide and Reference

    If you’re starting off or planning to start off on using Ubuntu, here’s something you should refer to. Ubuntu Pocket Guide and Reference is one book you should check out. The book is an easy to follow guide which starts you off with how to get and install  Ubuntu on your PC and then goes […]

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