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Top 7 Linux Tips And Tricks For Beginners

Understanding the wonderful and weird Linux world with the most popular distro of the world is not always the simplest of works, specifically if you are used to clean embrace of the Windows….

Time to schedule your backups properly

BackWPup: The All-in-one WordPress Files and DB Backup Utility

Your Web server is somehow nuked — could be anything from an attack to a silly mistake from the webmaster. Maybe the only way to get back on track is to restore the…

Dealing with post revisions in WordPress Database

Dealing with WordPress Post Revisions

Did you know WordPress, like a good boy, saves all post/page revisions in your DB — by default — for those just-in-case situations where you might need to revert to an old version?…

Dynamic device management made easy with udev

Some Nifty udev Rules and Examples

Connecting flash drives, hard disks, cameras or mobile phones to your Linux system has never been so easy and manageable, thanks to udev, developed by Greg Kroah-Hartman, Kay Sievers and Dan Stekloff. First…

Presentation time!

Browser Point: Make HTML Presentations with Jekyll and Hyde

Often times a lot of websites require certain form of presentation to demonstrate a product or to simply get their point across. Previously, such websites have been using Flash or embedded videos for…

Impress.js your audience

Impress(.js) an Audience with Your Presentation

“Presentation!” The very word often triggers the reaction, “Oh, not another ODP or PPT!” In school or college, we’ve all prepared presentations for projects, assignments, fĂȘte sponsorships and to impress companies during placement…

How to recover deleted files

Data Recovery in Linux, Part-1

In the first part of this series, I will cover how to perform data recovery in Linux, i.e., getting your data back in case you formatted the drive, or lost data due to…

Tiling window manager?

Tiling Window Managers, and Getting Started with dwm

A window manager is perhaps the most ubiquitous yet invisible aspect of any modern desktop operating system. This software manages the placement of windows and dictates where newly opened windows will show up….

Arduino Mega

Building Image Processing Embedded Systems using Python, Part 1

The first part of this three-part series gives a brief overview of the embedded vision and the various components required to make it work. It also covers the installation procedure for the OpenCV…

Animate with Blender

Learn to Animate with Blender, Part 2: Decaling & Rigging the Goldfish

This second article in the series on animation with Blender teaches you how to use decaling to show textures on a model and later how to make a working skeleton for the gold…

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