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An IRC client in 40 lines of shell sc...

While hanging out in #IndiaTwits,  Shyam aka codelust brought to my attention of this post in Kragen hacks Mailing list. So I’m installing an OS on my laptop, and for whatever reason, the Debian Etch install disk thought it would be a good idea to initialize the whole disk to random data *before* rather than *after* the rest of the inst [...]

openSUSE Hard Disk Configuration Surv...

In order to optimize the YaST partitioner module for openSUSE users the user experience team decided to conduct a small survey to figure out how you deal with hard disk configuration. The survey contains some basic questions and its results will directly influence the redesign for the partitioner module. The survey will be online until 28th M [...]

Presenting Project Neon – Amaro...

Project Neon is the codename for a nightly build service for Amarok 2. Neon is intended to be used by everyone who wants to help us find bugs, keep track of development, join development or just wants to live on the bleeding edge. It is not intended to be used instead of a stable and full featured Amarok. Packages for Amarok 2 for Kubuntu a [...]

Bring Back Deleted Files Using lsof

Found this article while going random browsing, the original article is from Linux.com with JC Lima reccreates it, with example. Definitely worth reading At first it did not make a lot of sense since unless you have the file open, this will not work. How likely are you to have the files you just deleted by mistake still open? Well, not very l [...]

Linux For All Is Inaugurated

It gives me great pleasure to announce that my good friend, Kunal Gautam has launched a blog on Linux, “Linux For All – Making Linux usable for all from newbies to techies“. Kunal is a gem of a person, is well versed in all the latest techonologic trends and I’m proud to say that he is one of the persons who I’ve [...]

KDE 4.1 Alpha 1 Preview

KDE 4.1 Alpha 1 was just released, and it looks very promising indeed! Here’s what bastion of PolishLinux had to say: Desktop First thing worth noticing is the new looks of KRunner. Unfortunately, on the current stage, it behaves in an unpredictable manner. In some cases after typing one letter I had to wait a few seconds for KRunner t [...]

A Comprehensive List of Twitter Clien...

Ever since being introduced to Twitter by Preshit, I’ve been addicted to twitter. While I prefer tweeting via IM or Twitter’s homepage, Few of you would love to use a twitter client. Here’s a list of some twitter clients for Linux (more…)

Ubuntu 8.04 Hardy Heron Chronicles &#...

Quite a lot of people have been waiting for the latest release of Ubuntu, version 8.04 dubbed the “Hardy Heron” – primarily because it’s a LTS release. So how does the Hardy Heron stack up? I decided to jump into the Hardy Heron brigade and have a look. Is it worth the upgrade? Read on to find out more! System Specific [...]

Test OpenSUSE 11.0: feature by featur...

Now that the first beta is out for openSUSE 11.0, you can start to dig in and really start banging on the release to catch bugs before the release candidates and final release. If you’re wondering where to start, Holger Sickenberg has put together an excellent resouce to help guide testing. Holger has compiled a list of new features in openSU [...]

Announcing OpenSUSE 11 Beta 1

Last week,  the openSUSE team announced the first Beta release of openSUSE 11.0! Some of the many  enhancements and features in the new release include  the incredibly fast package management (libzypp), KDE 3.5.9 and 4.0.3, GNOME 2.22.1, a beautiful new installer, live CDs and much more. What’s New (more…)