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Cool FFmpeg Tricks

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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

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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...

SimpleCV: Making Vision Computing Easy and Effective

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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

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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

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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

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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...

Use Sync for Stress-free Data Backup

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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

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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

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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

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