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Cool FFmpeg Tricks

FFmpeg is a free software project that creates libraries and programs to handle multimedia data. It includes libavcodec, an audio/video codec library. FFmpeg is...

GNU Linux Mint 17.3: The Friendly Distro

Linux Mint strives to be an elegant, modern, easy-to-use Linux distro. Based on Ubuntu and Debian, it tries to overcome the shortcomings of Ubuntu...
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SimpleCV: Making Vision Computing Easy and Effective

SimpleCV makes computer vision tasks simpler and quicker to implement by providing a wrapper over the underlying complex code in the OpenCV library. In...

The Z File System: It’s Honest and Different

The Z File System, or ZFS, is an advanced file system designed to overcome many of the major problems found in previous designs. Initially...

TWIG: Integrating Markup Languages and PHP for Web Development

TWIG is a modern, fast, secure and flexible templating engine for PHP. With PHP, mixing and matching the scripting in a single file is...

GNU Emacs: How to Work with HTML Mode, Indentation and Magit

In this latest article in our well-documented series on GNU Emacs, the reader is taken on a journey through HTML mode, indentation in HTML...
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Use Sync for Stress-free Data Backup

A disk crash or a corrupted file can have disastrous consequences. A safe bet is to backup one’s data. The author narrates his personal...

vnStat: A Lightweight Network Traffic Monitor

vnStat is a Web based interface to view and monitor network traffic bandwidth usage in a nice graphical format. It is a command line...

Master the Calendar, Centering, Macros and Drawing Tools in GNU Emacs

Here’s another great article in the GNU Emacs series, which tutors readers on using the inbuilt calendar and then leads them through the text...

Getting Started with GNU Radio

This article, which is targeted at scholars working in the area of digital signal processing and communication systems, gives an introduction to GNU Radio....
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