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  • The Wonderful World of Open Source: Academic Research Software

    A ready reckoner of the best and most intuitive Open Source Academic Research Software. This list covers it all: graph plotting, bibliography, chemical structures, sequence analysis, algebra and mathematics - the entire gamut of academic research...
    By A. Jitesh June 1, 2011 

  • Browser History Deletion Utilities for Linux

    While the choice of browser Linux browser history eraser tools is limited, they provide great results and can be used to speed up both your browser and your computer. Using these utilties you can delete website and Flash cookies and Internet history alike...
    By Christian Cawley May 31, 2011 

  • Linux Friendly Online Backup Solutions

    Cloud computing on Linux offers businesses and users alike a secure and affordable way to back up their important files. Lets take a look at a few of the better options for online backup on the Linux platform.
    By Michael Dougherty May 24, 2011 


  • How to Set Up Google Gears in 64-Bit Linux for Offline Gmail

    Want to use Firefox and Google Gmail in offline mode? Currently, 64-bit Linux versions are not supported by the Google Gears package. You can trust the Linux community to come through with the fix, however. Here, in pictures and text, is how to run...
    By Lamar Stonecypher May 23, 2011 

  • A Comparison of IRC Daemons/Servers For Linux

    If you run a website or are part of a large community, you'll have wished that there was some way by which you could interact live with all the members. Forums are slow and messengers are 1-to-1. In this article, we look at Internet Relay Chat and...
    By Pranav Thadeshwar May 20, 2011 

  • Linux on Mobile Phones - A Comparison of Various Linux Operating Systems

    Linux has been eating user-share in all markets, and nowhere more so than on mobile devices like laptops, netbooks, and mobile phones. Find out why Linux is suited perfectly to these tiny devices and get to know more about the different players in the...
    By Pranav Thadeshwar May 18, 2011 


  • Puppy Linux Wireless Networking How to

    No distribution is complete without wireless networking. Puppy Linux is no different. This guide will give you a basic understanding of wireless networking in Puppy Linux whether you are running Puppy Linux from the LiveCD or a hard drive install.
    By Michael Dougherty May 18, 2011 

  • Guide To Installing Skype On Fedora

    Skype is one of the best VoIP (Voice over IP) services which uses peer-to-peer technology for voice calls and video calls. In this article we shall see how to manually install Skype from Skype.com and how to install Skype from the Skype repository...
    By Maitraya K B May 12, 2011 

  • Get Going With Google Earth: A Guide for Ubuntu Linux Users

    Google provides a Linux installer for Google Earth, letting you use the application on Ubuntu just like you can on Windows. Learn how to use this installer and troubleshoot your 3D settings for maximum performance.
    By Chris Hoffman May 10, 2011 

  • How to Run Safari with Wine on Linux

    Whether you're a web developer that wants to run Safari in Linux or just a curious Linux user that would like to explore Apple's Safari Web browser, you can install and run Safari using the Wine Windows compatibility layer on Linux.
    By Chris Hoffman May 10, 2011 
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