linux

How to Install Linux on your Windows Computer

Are you a Windows user who is curious to test-drive Linux (Ubuntu in particular) but without disturbing your existing Windows setup? Here are five easy ways to help you run Linux on Windows.

Essential Linux Commands for WordPress Users

If you have limited Unix / Linux experience, here are some handy command line tricks that will help you do things a lot faster. Also, these Linux commands aren’t specific to any shell so you may use them in any Linux environment.

Wall Poster Made with Linux Source Code

With these book posters, you can literally hang your favorite book on the wall with the complete text, arranged to depict a memorable scene from the book.

Desktop Blogging Clients for Linux

Are you looking for a good desktop based offline blog editing software for Linux. While you cannot run Windows Live Writer on Linux, there are some decent blogging clients for Linux too.

Google Chrome for Linux and Mac

Google Chrome for Mac requires Mac OS X while the Linux version of Chrome supports Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora and openSUSE Linux.

Create Screencasts in Linux with Screenr

Screenr, which is probably the best web-based screencasting application, can now be used for recording screencast videos in Linux as well in addition to Windows and Mac machines.

Free Virtualization Software for your Windows PC

Virtualization tools let you run multiple operating systems on the same computer. This article compares the best virtualization software for Windows including Microsoft Virtual PC, VirtualBox and VMware Player.

Download Google Chrome for Mac OS X & Linux

Download Google Chrome for Mac OS X and Linux. You can install and use the Google Browser on a Macintosh or a Linux machine via the Chrome Chromium port and it's a free download.

Two Users Can Work On The Same Computer At The Same Time

Do you have two computer monitors, two keyboards and two mice but just one CPU. It is possible to have two users doing different things on the two screens at the same time. Simply connect an extra monitor, USB keyboard, and mouse to your standard computer box.