Category Archives: Linux

>Adding folder sharing in Bodhi Linux

> If you are a fan of modern Linux distributions, such as Ubuntu, that offer incredibly simple ways to share folders with workgroup computers, you will be happy to know the same feature can be added to Bodhi Linux (my … Continue reading

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>Working with Ecomorph in Bodhi Linux

> I have been giving Bodhi Linux a lot of love lately. You can see my articles here (“Adding Visual Effects on Bodhi Linux” and “Bodhi Linux: Enlightened Ubuntu“). One of the main reasons I like Bodhi so much is … Continue reading

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>Resize Pictures With Picture Resizer XnConvert

> I have reviewed my fair share of picture resizers in past years. The application category seems to be popular among software developers, with new programs being published on a regular basis. XnConvert has been around for some time, but … Continue reading

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>Draw CAD Designs In Windows, Linux And Mac With LibreCAD

> Computer Aided Design (CAD), is the use of computer technology for simulation, designing and documentation of construction, engineering and manufacturing related models. LibreCAD is a 2D CAD software for Ubuntu Linux which allows creating plans for building interiors, schemas, mechanical parts and diagrams. Some of the … Continue reading

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>UMPlayer Is MPlayer With Loads Of Additional Features And YouTube Integration

> For long I have relied on the open source VLC and the Windows 7 default Windows Media Player 11. It is not often that we come across a media player so comprehensive that it can match the quality of such robust … Continue reading

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>Manager your podcasts in Linux with gpodder

> Podcasts have been around for a long time, and with good reason. Podcasts are a great way for users to retrieve and save various forms of educational and entertainment audio broadcasts. From indie writers, to major journalists, to just … Continue reading

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>Adding visual effects on Bodhi Linux

> Today I finally dropped standard Ubuntu as my operating system of choice on my laptop and opted for Bodhi Linux. I say “standard” Ubuntu, because Bodhi Linux is built on top of Ubuntu 10.04, so it is effectively Ubuntu, … Continue reading

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