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RSS Feed Reader RSSOwl

RSSOwl is a free cross-platform RSS feed reader featuring extensive customization options, search and filtering capabilities, and options to save articles for safe keeping. RSS feed readers can be divided into the […]

Allow remote connections to your MySQL server

I have covered MySQL in a number of ways so far. You can read how to administer your MySQL database with MySQL Workbench (see my article "Complete database administration package MySQL Workbench"), […]

Create rsync backups easily with the help of Gadmin-rsync

Recently I covered one of the Gadmintools, Gadmin-Samba (see my article "Configure Samba with Gadmin-samba"). The Gadmintools set of tools is a set of GUI administration tools (hence the name "Gadmin") for […]

Manage your secure shell connections from the GNOME panel

I work with secure shell all the time. Day in and day out I am administering personal machines and client machines with the help of ssh. After a while opening up a […]

Backup And File Sync Software PowerFolder

Power Folder is a comprehensive software program for Microsoft Windows, Linux and Apple Macintosh computers that can be used to backup and sync data. The free version of the file synchronization and […]

Opera 10.50 Pre-Alpha Beats Firefox, Closes Gap To Google Chrome Speedwise

The Opera development team told us recently that they would release a pre-alpha of Opera 10.50 on December 22 and that this release would all be about speed. No one but the […]

Repair Windows Media Player

Fix WMP Utility is a free program for Microsoft Windows devices that attempts to repair Windows Media Player by registering all dll files again. Windows Media Player is a build in media […]

Google Public DNS

The majority of Internet users has not probably come into contact with DNS, the Domain Name System, although it is one of the cornerstone technologies of the Internet. DNS is basically a […]

Snippage: Display Website Contents On The Computer Desktop

Snippage is a free application for Adobe Air which you can use to display website content on the computer desktop as widgets. Computer users can for instance use this to display the […]

Youtube Videos: Playback Problems And Fixes

YouTube users experience a wide variety of problems and issues on the popular video hosting portal. Probably the most common issues for most users are playback problems while playing YouTube videos. This […]

Flickr Desktop App Destroy Flickr

Destroy Flickr is the second Adobe Air application that provides Flickr users with capabilities to manager Flickr from the computer desktop. It was one of the recommended applications in the comments that […]

Check Open Computer Connections With My Ports

My Ports is a free program for Microsoft Windows devices to inspect TCP and UDP ports on the device it is run on to find open ones. Ports are what connects your […]

Let Munin monitor your servers and network

If you are looking for an easy to install, configure, and use systems monitor, look no further. The Munin is a network/systems monitor that presents all its data is easy to read […]

Connect to your Samba server from Linux

I have written a few articles on Samba here on Ghacks. And most people know how to connect to Samba shares via Windows. Generally speaking (when all is set up correctly) it's […]

Konqueror tips and tricks

If you are familar with KDE you know Konqueror. Konqueror used to be one of the finest file managers on the PC desktop - period. But now KDE has migrated toward a […]

Add antivirus to Postfix with ClamAV

By now you have your Postfix mail server up and running (see "Install Postfix for reliable email delievery"). You even have relaying working (see "Mail relaying made simple with Postfix"). But one […]

Asset scanning with nmap and ndiff

If you are in a small business or a larger enterprise you know you need to keep track of all those machines. Sure you could easily tag and record them as they […]

Troubleshoot networking problems with GNOME's Nettools

How many times have you had networking issues and not known exactly where to start? With Linux there are so many tools you can choose from. Add to that the choice between […]