In this Part 2 of the Subversion series, we’ll show you how to recall a previous version of a document as well as how to download all your in-process work to another machine.
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The open-source WebOS project from HP may not be as popular as Android or iOS, but it is definitely still active and surviving. For those who are keen to test it without having a TouchPad, here is how you can run the WebOS emulator in Linux.
While there are many wallpaper changing app for Linux, most of them are similar, do their job (changing the wallpaper) well and don’t seem interesting enough to warrant a review here. Slidewall is yet another wallpaper changer that comes with support for live wallpaper. It is pretty cool, I must say. Check it out.
Are you feeling nostalgia, particularly for the old DOS game you played during your childhood? Here are some ways to play your old DOS game again in Linux.
Do you know you can easily setup your own document versioning system without the need of GDrive and Dropbox? Subversion (SVN) is all you need. Here is how you set it up in Linux
Many Ubuntu users felt the need to group similar applications together in the Unity launcher to save some space. Ubuntu doesn’t comes with the ability for you to group apps together, but With Drawers, you can do so with ease.
Have you ever why the mascot for Linux is a penguin and why is it call “Tux”? We have the answer here, and surprisingly, there is a lot more about the penguin than you know.
For a lot of geeks, the Texas Instrument Scientific Calculator was their best friends in high school. Thanks to emulation and Linux, it is now possible to use a TI again with nostalgia.
Looking for a way to access and sync Google Drive to your Ubuntu desktop? Insync for Linux could be the one you are looking for.
Do you love using Ubuntu Unity lenses? If yes, here are some of latest offerings. They might not be the most useful ones but the latest arrivals in the arena.
Linux also has disk fragmentation issue, but you do not have to defragment your disk on Linux. You do not even have to worry about it, and here’s why.
Linux do crash. When that happens and you don’t know what to do, the magic SysRq key combo is all you need to know to get yourself out of the crash, gracefully.
Ubuntu doesn’t come with an easy way for you to add or remove a user to and from a group. Here are two methods that allow you to do so easily.
Running out of hard disk space? Use Baobab to analyze your system and find out which files are hogging all the storage space.
If you are looking for a desktop client that support various IM and telephony protocols like MSN, SIP, Facebook, Google Talk etc, then Jitsi is the one for you.
Linux doesn’t provide native support for the exFAT file system. If you want to mount your exFAT external hard drive, here is how you can do so in Ubuntu.
Ubuntu 12.10, will have a new Web App feature that allows websites and services to be integrated to the desktop and act as native apps. Here is how you can get it in Ubuntu Precise 12.04
Until Windows 8, a PC had no native support for ISO files. A little piece of software could help you cope with that very easily, but you still had to install it by yourself. On Linux, you can mount any ISO or file systems immediately with a simple command. However, it can be a little […]
We have mentioned tools that allow you to schedule tasks in Ubuntu, but if you want to set a trigger and automate tasks based on the result of a prior action, then CuttleFish would be the one for you.
Real Time Strategy (RTS) game lovers may remember a game called Age Of Empires (AOE). The much awarded and loved game has inspired many other historical RTS games such as Rise Of Nations, Age Of Mythology etc. However, these games were Windows specific and Linux users always felt a void in the field of historical, […]