Tomboy is a cross-platform note taking application for Windows, Mac OS X, Linux and Smartphones, which enables quickly taking notes and synchronizing them with multiple devices and operating systems via the cloud. It is the premium note taking application for Ubuntu and comes pre-installed with many Linux distributions.
Linux operating systems like Ubuntu do not provide root access to its users. This is done due to security reasons, as a user logged in with root privileges can end up messing up the system by doing as little as entering a wrong command . As an alternative, users use the sudo commands for performing root tasks. In this post I will provide you with a small tip to allow Continue Reading →
CentOS no doubt has become a viable free alternative to Red Hat distributions with the capacity of acting both as a server and client operating system. In the wake of the latest CentOS 5 release, here is a video to walk you through the procedure for CentOS 5 installation, courtesy of Easy Free Unix.
There are a number of browser add-ons and applications that offers a graphical user interface for downloading YouTube videos in Linux based operating systems. However, downloading a YouTube video from the command line can also be quite beneficial. For example, some servers do not have aGUI interface, whereas some up coming cloud based Linux OS may not allow installing applications. If for any reason you require or wish to download Continue Reading →