We start talking about Kodi. Kodi Kodi is a simple and comprehensive software to transform traditional TV into a SmartTV with all the trimmings. It is an open source software and is compatible with pretty much any device you already own. From the official website you can download Read more…
Contrary to common pensar cPanel is not “free” and it is for this reason that many server users looking for open source alternatives to cPanel. The world of alternatives to cPanel can be complicated and difficult to compare, and with this article precisely seeking to simplify the comparison. The whole Read more…
After all hiding from the blog, a mouthful broad appeal is just what we want. I did not want to shoot too high, so I opted for “facilitate” rather than “change“. Also because there is little change, not?
Today we see how to speed up some operations using extensions Gnome Shell. But first, a clarification for those who do not know what is Gnome or Gnome Shell.
Unlike other operating systems, in GNU/Linux the back-end and the GUI are two separate things. A computer that mounts Linux can and should work even without interface (more…)
Ok, the truth is that these days are not very inspired with titles, unfortunately you will have to settle. Today we talk about speed and SSD / HDD. We will not make the usual benchmark to demonstrate the superiority in speed of solid state disk (it is a fact that it is faster), Instead we understand that it can be useful and economical to add a layer to take care of to communicate the two disks to speed up the process of burning the old HDD. (more…)
More than three years ago I wrote an article about lshw and lshw-gui, a program and a GUI that allow us to “see” inside the computer all individual components (CPU, RAM, video card, sound card, network card, etc..). The GUI now has changed its name, it is not more than lshw-gui but lshw-gtk. Apart from that I realize that after more than three years, the article is still relevant and needs no additions. (more…)
For those who do not know, gedit is the text editor of choice for any Linux distribution based on Gnome. It is preinstalled on most Linux distributions, with the exception of those based on different window managers from Gnome (Where, xfce, enlightenment, etc..). It serves mainly for editing configurations in the system files, but supports a large number of programming languages and is expandable with plugins dedicated.
For this reason, before use Brackets, I used Gedit also for editing HTML and CSS.
This is gedit. (more…)
Today is one of those thorny items that do not speak exclusively of open source software, but try to bring business users to Linux and open source in general. As you may have guessed from the title today install PhotoShop CS6 its Linux.
Obviously this blog is terraced AGAINST hacking. If you do not have a legal version, regularly purchased PhotoShop might as well change blog, because of the following do not apply in your case. (more…)
With today's article we complete the article in the 31 May concerning the Printing from Client to Server, no drivers whatsoever. Perhaps not everyone knows that LibreOffice and OpenOffice integrate between their packages some commands from flipping through the terminal. These commands are identical for all operating systems (you, for Windows) and produce the same results. Among these we see today is the syntax for convert any file type through terminal opened with LibreOffice / OpenOffice in PDF.
The command for Linux is as follows: (more…)
Years ago I became interested in creation of an internet point using an older pc and a any linux distribution. On that occasion I used Opera, a free browser (the open source) that integrated and integrates still one of the best ways “kiosk“.
Since then it's been almost three years, Opera has evolved and continues to integrate the kiosk mode, but steadily growing new projects open source they make their way.