Before Sane, scanning with Linux was very difficult. When Sane was released scanning was made easy; with XSane we have a easy to use graphical interface to Sane, making scanning in Linux as easy as in Windows.
It’s been a year since Tolga Balci reviewed FBReader for Linux, more specifically Ubuntu. I thought I would take another look at the options now available to read e-books on a Linux computer. In this article you will find my conclusions.
This article will explain how to setup, configure and run a F.E.A.R. Linux server. Although harder to find, the server files are still out there. We located a version(1.08) of the Linux Dedicated server for F.E.A.R.. This article will help you set it up.
How does calling for free or cheap sound to you? If that sounds good then you should check out this article about Linux VOIP PBX servers. This article will give you some options to choose from when setting up your PBX. If you call overseas a lot or have a business then check this article out.
When programming PHP, or any other language, operators enable us to get creative with variables and values. During this PHP tutorial and the next we will talk about what PHP operators are, what they can do, while learning how to compare variable values and use arithmetic & Boolean operations.
Understanding arrays is an important step in programming. At first, the concept of an array is not easy to get your head around – An array can have lots of elements and have many different uses. If you want to code, you need to learn about arrays and this article will get you started!
It is time to use the skills you have obtained over the last few articles. In this article we’ll use PHP and an HTML form to collect data from the user, store it in variables and then process it using PHP. As this is your first go we will use a simple example and move on to greater things!