Articles in the Linux Category

UNetbootin-Create Bootable Linux Live USB Drives From Windows or Linux

UNetbootin-Create Bootable Linux Live USB Drives From Windows or Linux

UNetbootin helps you in creating bootable Live USB drives for a variety of Linux distributions from Windows or Linux, without burning to CD. You can download either one of the many distributions supported out-of-the-box or if not listed then supply your own Linux.iso file. UNetbootin requires Microsoft Windows 2000/XP/Vista or …

Scan Your Web Server for Vulnerabilities With Nikto WebServer Scanner

Scan Your Web Server for Vulnerabilities With Nikto WebServer Scanner

Nikto is a very useful Web server scanner that can be used to test your Web servers for dangerous files/CGIs, outdated server software and other problems. It performs generic and server type specific checks and it also captures and prints any cookies received. Nikto uses Whisker/libwhisker for much of its …

GNOME 2.28 Released With Many Improvements and Bug Fixes

GNOME 2.28 Released With Many Improvements and Bug Fixes

A new version of GNOME Desktop has been released with many bug fixes and improvements. GNOME is Free and Open Source Software and provides powerful platform for software developers, both on the desktop and in mobile applications. Some of the major features in GNOME 2.8 release are GNOME Bluetooth module, …

4 Useful Open-Source Gmail Notifiers for Your Linux Machines

4 Useful Open-Source Gmail Notifiers for Your Linux Machines

If you are a heavy Gmail user then it will be very helpful for you to have a Gmail Notifier instead of checking your mails everytime from a web browser. If you are a Linux user then there are many open source application which will notify you when you have …

Protect Your Linux Machine From Viruses With avast! Ativirus Linux Home Edition

Protect Your Linux Machine From Viruses With avast! Ativirus Linux Home Edition

Though there are very little number of viruses for Linux and MAC it would be always a good idea to protect before something goes bad. If you are using Linux then you can try out the Free avast! Linux Home Edition. avast! For Linux has got a kernel identical to …

NuttX – Real Time Embedded Operating System With Small Footprint

NuttX – Real Time Embedded Operating System With Small Footprint

NuttX is a real-time embedded operating system (RTOS) which has got a small footprint. NuttX can be used in micro-controller environments and is fully scalable from tiny (8-bit) to moderate embedded (32-bit) systems.The goal of NuttX is to provide implementations of most standard POSIX OS interfaces to support a rich, …

MooLux – Live-USB Linux Based on Slackware

MooLux – Live-USB Linux Based on Slackware

MooLux is a Linux based on Slackware which can be run directly from your USB drive. MooLux, Live-USB Linux, can also be installed to hard drive. The main objective of MooLux is to be simple with one-task-one-application, and a complete development setup with desktop environment such as KDE. MooLux 5.4 …

Enjoy the MAC OS X Looks in Linux With Mac4Lin

Enjoy the MAC OS X Looks in Linux With Mac4Lin

If you would love to enjoy the MAC user interface on your Linux machine then you can try out Mac4Lin. With Mac4Lin you can get the Mac OS X user interface on your POSIX Operating Systems(GNU/LInux, FreeBSD, openSolaris etc.). The project is built for desktop environments based on GTK. With …

KDETwitter, Choqok & Qwit – Useful KDE Twitter Clients for Linux

KDETwitter, Choqok & Qwit – Useful KDE Twitter Clients for Linux

KDETwitter widget, Qwit, Choqok are some of the useful KDE Twitter clients. These Linux Twitter Clients will allow you to tweet directly instead of visiting the official Twitter website. These Twitter clients for Linux allow you to perform several operations apart from tweeting the latest news.

Run Linux Applications Seamlessly in Windows 7 With andLinux

Run Linux Applications Seamlessly in Windows 7 With andLinux

andLinux is a Ubuntu Linux system running seamlessly in Windows7, Vista. andLinux uses coLinux as its core, which is a merger of Windows and the Linux kernel. Linux and Windows applications can be run simultaneously and you can cut and paste text between them.