A sneak peak at three handy tools—the command-line based du command, KDE’s KDirStat and GNOME’s Baobab.
For U & Me
A forum for Linux experts to share their wisdom, and more…
Version 2.6 of The GIMP has recently hit the streets (err… I mean the Web) and we’re taking it for a test drive.
In the past, we’ve looked at how to enable word processing in your native language. In fact, your entire desktop, menus included, can be displayed in your language.
In this interview, Shane Owenby, director, Linux & Open Source, Asia Pacific, Oracle Corporation, shares with us Oracle’s contributions to the Linux world, and expresses his surprise at how little credit the company gets for it.
Three Days with Richard M. Stallman.
Still stuck to HTTP/FTP downloads or have you moved to torrents instead? What if I say you can have the best of both worlds?
With so many Linux distributions around, each with its own flavour, it would be a waste not to sample them from time to time. Here is a simple multi-boot template for your PC for an arbitrary number of distributions controlled by two levels of boot menus.
…as Captain Jack Sparrow would have said. Well anyway, it doesn’t matter whether you want KDE 4.2 aboard or not, but the new gecko can surely set sail your Black Pearl… oops! I mean, your computer.
It’s arguably the most feature and multimedia-rich distro out of the box…and it’s now available in a new avatar. With massive improvements in the software database and in hardware support, the much-hyped Sabayon version 4oh is knocking on your doors.