Tips

Learn the Art of Linux Troubleshooting

Here are some valuable tips to help you find important system files in RHEL 5, which get deleted by accident. Everything seems fine when your Linux machine works just the way you want…

Project Management with GanttProject

    GanttProject is an open source task and project management tool that can display Gantt charts and PERT. It is available on Windows, Linux and Mac OS. New project leaders or managers will…

An engineer's toolkit

Exploring Software: A Software Engineer’s Toolkit

Software engineering recommendations have not changed. The issues and concerns have been known for years. However, with the availability of excellent tools, it is now no longer a pain to implement and follow…

So much to backup

Demystifying Backups

Backups are a crucial part of our digital lives, yet they don’t always get the love they deserve. Keeping backups is sometimes confusing, thanks partly to the jargon — should I have “differential”…

WordPress time!

10 WordPress Plugins for Power Blogging

The power of WordPress lies in its many plugins, which can greatly enhance its functionality. Understanding the plugin infrastructure and equipping your WordPress site with them, gives you an edge by getting a…

Urban Terror gameplay

Some Open Source Gaming Platforms and Games You Should Check Out!

A common misconception is that gaming and open source never seem to gel. Linux users are generally desktop publishers and programmers but hardly ever gamers. The myth remains that the scene in the…

Scan it!

Website Vulnerabilities and Nikto

Nikto is an open source Web server vulnerability scanner that performs comprehensive tests for over 6,100 potentially dangerous files/CGIs, checks for outdated versions of over 950 servers, and for version-specific problems on over…

Like the Comfort of Your Locality

Amongst the over 80 languages currently under maintenance, nearly 15 Indian languages are already part of the Fedora Localisation Project. And there sure is room for a lot more, so join in!

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