Linux Application Management

  • How to Create PDFs with Ubuntu

    For Windows users, creating a PDF document can mean spending almost $100 to purchase a single application, but for Linux users it is a very different story. Ubuntu users can use the following steps to create portable documents with very little effort...
    By Christian Cawley June 25, 2011 

  • Installing Open Office.Org on a Debian system

    Screenshots of Installing Open Office.Org 3 on Ubuntu or another Debian based Linux distribution. This guide has detailed steps for even Linux beginners.
    By rdubas June 9, 2011 

  • Security and Penetration Testing with Backtrack Linux

    We start with some basic information on commands, and then offer some examples of what you can do with Backtrack Linux.
    By Daniel Case June 8, 2011 

  • Converting Linux Users to Windows

    Many people have written about converting Windows users to Linux, but what about the Linux user that wants to (or has to) convert to Windows? This article discusses switching email and calendars, and converting documents from common Linux...
    By Kristen Grubb May 24, 2011 

  • How to Create and Edit PDF Files Using Open Source Software

    Open source software and Linux in particular, offers perfect utilities for creating, editing, and managing PDF files. Inside is the essential software for all your PDF management needs.
    By Tolga BALCI May 23, 2011 

  • Designing CD/DVD Covers in Linux

    You need not use Windows to create CD covers. Linux is full of choices and we review the Kover application to make CD covers. There is a bonus tip for LightScribe owners as well.
    By Tolga BALCI May 23, 2011 

  • Which Office Suite Is Right for You?

    Learn more about the two most popular office packages on the market, OpenOffice and Microsoft Office. Compare the differences, and how they stack up against one another. See which one is right for you and avoid wasting time, and possibly money, on the...
    By Mark Muller May 23, 2011 

  • Open Source, Free Video Game Creation Software for Linux

    There is no reason why you cannot develop your own games under Linux. Be it 2D or 3D, given the software you are comfortable with, all you need is to unleash your inner artist. Inside are the best tools for creating games under Linux.
    By Tolga BALCI May 22, 2011 

  • Top Ten Linux Educational and Entertainment Programs for Children

    In our previous article in the series, we looked at child-friendly Linux distributions. Now we look at different programs developed for children.
    By Tolga BALCI May 20, 2011 

  • Nautilus File Manager for GNOME Linux

    Nautilus is the default graphic file manager for most GNOME-based Linux systems. It looks a little boring, but it has hidden talents!
    By Finn Orfano May 19, 2011 
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