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Install Linux from USB on System without BIOS Support for USB Boot

Tired of burning CDs each time you want to try out the latest Ubuntu release because your not-so-new computer doesn’t support booting from the USB? Don’t worry, now you can use your USB…

Time to Keryx

Offline Package Install on Linux Made Easy with Keryx

In countries like India, where broadband penetration is very low, Linux users find it difficult to grab updates, or install those missing codecs. This article offers a way around the problem. We all…

Talk about a slideshow

S5: A Simple Web-based Presentation System

S5 is a slideshow system for browsers that lets you run presentations like those in MS PowerPoint or OpenOffice.org Impress without a dedicated application — you just need a Javascript-capable browser, and you’re…

Create Multi-boot Discs

In this guide we will look at how to pack seven distros into one CD, and thus create a multi-boot optical media.

Yahoo! GYachI is Here

If you are hooked to Yahoo! Messenger because of some of its cool and core features, but also want to keep your hands off Windows, take a look at GYachI.

Configure Digital Pen on Linux

A simple tutorial that will help your tablet digital pen to work on a GNU-powered machine.

Recover Deleted Files Easily with PhotoRec

Here’s a step-by-step guide to an application called PhotoRec, which helps you recover deleted data.

Run Linux on Windows, Part 2: Ulteo Virtual Desktop

Taking the Ulteo Virtual Desktop for a test run.

Secure Communication

Let’s code a simple application to help us stop making silly mistakes while communicating over e-mails. This is part 11 in the series on “Programming In Python for Friends and Relations”.

Managing Music Efficiently

Are your audio files scattered all over your hard disk with missing meta data, leaving you with no easy way to recognise the songs? It’s time you got a bit organised!

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