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by on February 25th, 2010


Had this thought ever passed you that the OS that’s fuelling all these thousands and millions of servers worldwide would be worth if it’s undertaken as a commercial project? If it’s Open Source does not mean it’s development cost is zero. After all, it’s the fruit of years of community driven development. Two researchers have estimated the cost of replicating Linux kernel from the scratch at about 1.4 billion USD! Who said Open Source is free?

by on May 28th, 2009

1) Ubuntu Tweak

Ubuntu Tweak allows changing all the itsy-bitsy pieces of Ubuntu desktop OS. It is the equivalent of TweakUI for Windows. You can achieve the same results by using the gconf-editor tool in Ubuntu. Ubuntu Tweak also helps install third-party upgrades in a simpler fashion so it definitely gives a new boost to your clumsy Ubuntu desktop and increases UserExperience.


by on May 6th, 2009

It gives you much ease and mobility to carry your operating system on a flash drive! Since your OS resides in your Flash Drive, you can run it on whatever machine you want to. You can actually carry Linux Operating System in your pocket, especially when you work somewhere that requires traveling a lot. Yes, using a USB flash memory stick, you can easily boot and run Linux.

by on April 29th, 2009

WebKit is an open source internet browsing engine. The HTML and Javascripimaget components of WebKit began as a branch of the KJS and KHTML libraries from KDE.

To build webkit on your system you will need to checkout a copy of the WebKit source tree. You will also need to have the developer tools installed.

by on August 25th, 2008

The very best software for your Linux machine.
There is huge collection of software for Linux but in this post Neil Bothwick has mentioned about the 25 hottest applications for Linux.
He says:

"Depending on what you want to do and the way you like to do it, everything on these pages is brilliant. So read on, try them for yourself and let us know what you think."

Try them out: