"LFY April 2012" tag
Building the Semantic Web

Web 3.0: Building the Semantic Web

You might have come across the term “Semantic Web Applications” often, during talks about the future of Web apps. Check out what this is all about. There are two aspects to the possible…

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…

My ToDo List

Getting Things Done Using myTinyTodo

This article covers myTinyTodo (MTT), a Getting Things Done (GTD) application. Getting Things Done (GTD) by David Allen helps individuals manage tasks and remain productive in a stress-free manner. The key principle is…

Timeline Apps

Timeline Apps: A New Era in Developing Facebook Apps

Dive into the world of social Web development to explore the new features released by the Facebook platform, and the new timeline interface. Here’s a look at how adding a social aspect to…

Functiuonal programming and Python

Functional Programming and Python

This article introduces a few concepts of functional programming, and the constructs in Python that are useful for it. It is aimed at those with a basic understanding of Python (like Python prompt,…

ComboBox and ListWidget

Developing Apps on Qt, Part 4

In the last article, we worked on the backbone of GUIs, the signal and slot mechanism. In this article, we move ahead to the GUI part of Qt. The basic block of any…

The art of crafting

Cyber Attacks Explained: Packet Crafting

Protect your FOSS-based IT infrastructure from packet crafting by learning more about it. In the previous articles in this series, we explored common infrastructure vulnerability exploitation scenarios. This article takes a step forward…

Your First Site-to-Site VPN

Guard Your Network with IPCop, Part 5: Your First Site-to-Site VPN

The first article in this series discussed the basic installation and configuration of IPCop 1.4.21. Subsequent articles covered six important add-ons: Advanced Proxy, URL Filter, Update Accelerator, Calamaris, Block Outgoing Traffic and Zerina….

The Good Botnets

iLinuxBot: Designing Botnets to Manage Linux Clients

This article is to encourage newbies to use a little creativity to solve real-world problems. It shows you how to manage a Linux lab, or a lot of Linux PCs, from one machine….

Availability of source code

FOSS is __FUN__: The Fifth Freedom, Part 2

Stallman’s classic definition of open source speaks of the four freedoms — the freedom to run the program in any way one likes, the freedom to study the source code and modify it,…

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