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Write Your Own conio.h for GNU/Linux

Here’s a close look at the technique and code for console handling in Standard (i.e., ISO/ANSI) C/C++.   In the latter part of the article readers are encouraged to write their own code for…

Jumpstart Linux Kernel Module Programming

Here’s an introduction to the Linux kernel module, along with an explanation on how to write a simple pluggable module to the Linux kernel and load the module into the existing kernel. The…

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Programming Can Be Fun with Hy

Hy is an exciting new language that has surfaced just recently. Essentially, it is what Clojure is for Java-a Lisp implementation that has a very tight relationship with the host language, which is…

Shubhodip Pal: The Man Who Added the Midas Touch to the Micromax

Cricket tournaments, movie titles, F1 racing, football…Micromax is seen almost everywhere. This is the brand that has grown beyond imagination over a period of six-eight months. It all happened when Shubhodip Pal, the…

IPCop 2.0.6: The New Watchdog!

This article describes the various functionalities of a network-based firewall, besides taking readers through the installation and configuration of IPCop 2.0.6, especially from the perspective of a small and medium business. It also…

Mathematics Made Easy With Minimal Octave

This fifth article in the mathematical journey through open source introduces Octave, a non-programmer’s way of doing mathematics. Octave sounds like a musical note, but in reality it is the name of its…

GIMP for Beginners, Part 2: Understanding Layers

Welcome to the second installation of The GIMP tutorials. In this issue, we will try to understand the most crucial part of image editing—layers. Describing layers in words is pretty arduous.

Revive the Multimedia XPerience with XBMC

Let’s take XBMC for a test drive to discover its media-playing as well as media centre capabilities.

The GIMP 2.6: Reaching Newer Heights

Version 2.6 of The GIMP has recently hit the streets (err… I mean the Web) and we’re taking it for a test drive.

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