Do you know you can use the Raspberry Pi as a FM transmitter and setup your own radio station? And that do without much tinkering.
Raspberry Pi comes with a camera module that can take full HD shots. Here is the guide to use your Raspberry Pi as a surveillance camera.
Optical media can be a cheap backup solution, but it fails more often than one would hope. You can improve it by creating a crash-proof backup. Here’s how.
If you think your wireless router is only good enough to dish out IP addresses to devices around your house, you need to infuse new life into it with OpenWRT.
The Vim editor is a useful command-line based tool for experienced users as well as newbie. Here’s a cheatsheet to help you get the most out of Vim.
If you are an audiophile, you’d scoff at the suggestion of using the Raspberry Pi to listen to music. But that’s because you haven’t yet tried RaspyFi. It’s designed for music lovers and is fully equipped to work with your HiFi gear.
You can use the Raspberry Pi to do all kinds of geeky stuff, but one of the most interesting uses for the little device is that of a home theatre PC (HTPC).
Deleting a file is easy. Recovering it is not. PhotoRec is a nifty little command-line based tool that can recover accidentally deleted files.
If you’ve installed network accessible software or web apps on a server, you know what a task it can be. This is where Turnkey Linux really shines.
Do you have old PCs that can’t keep up with the hardware demands of modern distros? Here’s all the low-down on the most popular tailor-made distros for old computers that’re past their prime.
Uber geeks can do everything from the command line. With Beets, they can even manage their media library without logging into a graphical environment.
I love distros that try and mimic other OSes. Pear OS 8 is a wonderful imitation of Mac OS X, but does a poor job of presenting the best of Linux.
If you have got your music all over the place, you can convert any “dumb” speakers into wifi speakers and stream your music remotely. Here is the full details.
If you don’t care about fancy desktop bling, and can survive with only the keyboard, then you’ll find yourself at home with Salix Ratpoison 14.0.1.
Running automated scripts over SSH can be a difficult task since it requires you to enter a password for every connection. Here is how you can overcome this problem.
Unlike a regular desktop distro, Zentyal is designed as an one-stop web server for small office and enterprises users. The distro has all the components you need to setup a server.
If you look past the minor peculiarities of Emmabuntüs, you’ll discover a well put together distro that’ll even appeal to users beyond its intended user base.
Screencast videos are an ideal tool to provide instructional assistance. Kazam for Linux is simple enough for new users, and offers tweakable controls to experienced users.