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Cross-Platform: Fact or Fiction?

It’s not a homogenous world. We all know it. I have a Windows* desktop, a MacBook Air*, an Android phone, and my kids are 100% Apple. We used to have 2.5 kids, now…

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Using Xeams as Spam firewall

Xeams is a user friendly, free multi-platform mail server supporting SMTP, IMAP and POP3. It incorporates a powerful junk/ spam filtering engine that eliminates almost 99% of the junk mail. Xeams Spam filter…

Born: 13-05-73, Died:03-06-14

A Tribute to Edgar D’Souza

Edgar, whose zest for life and sharp skills as a tech editor played a key role in shaping LINUX For You (now Open Source For You), is no more.   Edgar Boniface D’Souza,…

Poll results: Which is The Best Distro For Newbies

Few weeks back, we had asked you to chip in your views on our question- ‘Which is the best distro for beginners-Ubuntu or Mint? Well, we are here with the results and all…

Explore the Power of the Bench Calculator

This second article on the mathematical journey through open source takes you through the basics of the bench calculator. Faced with the limitations of the shell command expr and other shell constructs, let’s…

What it Takes to be an Open Source Expert

OSFY speaks to industry leaders to bring you their thoughts on this hot topic… While open source gradually exerts its control over almost every aspect of technology, it has emerged as a clear…

New and amazing features of Linux

The Linux operating system has been around since the beginning of the first computers and the first operating systems. Since its first formation in the form of a small operating system running on…

Windows 8 Taps SUSE Linux for its Secure Boot

Windows 8 is among the youngest OS in the industry. It is young and that means it still needs a lot of improvement. One area that the Microsoft OS is focusing on is…

Linux Professionals in High Demand

Linux is expected to grow at a swift pace for next 30 years as more and more businesses discover its advantages. What is making Linux so popular? Linux is expected to grow at…

“Ubuntu grew 160 per cent in India last year”

Canonical is bullish on its Indian operations and the company has every reason to feel so. Not only is its operating system, Ubuntu, making serious inroads into the Indian market, the company is…

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