A new beta version of Skype for Linux was released – 22.214.171.124. Except the bugfix and better stability this new beta version includes some new features: – Screen sharing. – Ability to change the style of the user interface. – Possibility to quote messages from other users. ChageLog: https://developer.skype.com/LinuxSkype Download: http://www.skype.com/intl/en/download/skype/linux/choose/
Here is how to make the Copy/Paste in the Gnome Terminal Server Client (TSC) available.
Instead of copying files and directories to different parts of the file system, links can be set up to access that same file from multiple locations. Linux supports both soft links (usually called symbolic links) and hard links.
This tutorial should work properly on all Unix based OSes.
New version of Sidux was released on 31st December 2009, shipping with kernel 2.6.32 and KDE 4.3.4 in the following flavors: KDE-lite, amd64, en/ de, ≈585 MB. KDE-lite, i686, en/ de, ≈580 MB. KDE-full, amd64+i686, en/ de (bg, da, el, es, fr, hr, hu, it, ja, nl, pt, pt_BR, ro, ru through liveapt) ≈2.1 GB. […]
In the last few days Google announced a lot new products – search by image, live search. Yesterday they announced the official beta version of Google Chrome for Mac and Linux as well as the official web page for extensions and themes. There are rpm and deb packages for 32 and 64 bit operation systems. […]
This tutorial will show you how to find and replace data in MySQL
The minimum installation of CentOS comes without Yum. In case to use it we will have to install it first 🙂
This task is not so simple, because of the package dependencies. In this article I will briefly explain how we can do this in a minute. For Fedora Core you can change the repositority so you can install the same packages from Fedora repository and it should work as well.
I’ve noticed there are no good tutorials on how to check what hardware you have installed on your machine. In Linux there are many ways doing this so it’s not an issue but you have to know the needed commands.
Yakoake is just a console but there is something different, it comes from nowhere just by pressing a key. Usually by default the key is F12. However you can change this and customize the shortcuts of it anytime you need. I’ve been using Yakoake for few years already and I got used to it so much that when I’m on windows with putty I’m pressing F12 multiple times wondering why this thing is not getting hidden 🙂 I do like the Yakoake and that’s why I decided to write this short review about it.