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Here’s a step-by-step guide to an application called PhotoRec, which helps you recover deleted data.
Taking the Ulteo Virtual Desktop for a test run.
Let’s code a simple application to help us stop making silly mistakes while communicating over e-mails. This is part 11 in the series on “Programming In Python for Friends and Relations”.
Are your audio files scattered all over your hard disk with missing meta data, leaving you with no easy way to recognise the songs? It’s time you got a bit organised!
Let’s have some fun with commands.
You download the brand new distro, and discover you don’t have a single blank DVD/CD to burn the ISO image! Why worry, when there’s a simple way out!
A sneak peak at three handy tools—the command-line based du command, KDE’s KDirStat and GNOME’s Baobab.
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.
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.