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Posts Tagged ‘Tutorials’

Tutorials
by Sukrit Dhandhania
Screencasts have become a very popular way to make tutorials to explain how software or services work in recent years. Let’s look at how you can make them of your own cool project, or anything cool you’re doing with Linux…

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Programming
Tutorials
by Swayam Prakasha
Swayam Prakasha concludes his excellent three part series on shell scripting with some of the more advanced concepts, including two very useful commands…

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Programming
Tutorials
by Kunal Deo
Mozilla Jetpack is designed to make it incredibly easy to build Firefox add-ons using a number of common web technologies like HTML and JavaScript. Join Kunal Deo as he demonstrates how to get setup ready for your creative juices to start flowing…

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Tutorials
by Sukrit Dhandhania
Apple makes some great hardware, but their closed eco system is far from Linux-friendly. Thankfully it can be done – here’s how you can use your iPad, iPhone and iPod with your Ubuntu Linux computer…

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Tutorials
by Sukrit Dhandhania
The Selenium project has some very useful tools for testing your web applications, including an excellent Firefox extension. In this tutorial we get started with Selenium IDE and RC…

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Tutorials
by Sukrit Dhandhania
Mozilla Prism lets you run web apps in their own desktop window allowing a certain degree of freedom compared to running the app in a web browser, while restricting crashes to the app’s window. Follow Sukrit’s step-by-step guide to find out just how easy it is…

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Programming
Tutorials
by Swayam Prakasha
In an earlier article, we studied the fundamental aspects of shell scripting and covered topics such as redirection, variables, arithmetic expansions and control constructs. In this part, we will focus on more advanced concepts that are useful for system administrators and software developers…

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Programming
Tutorials
Posted by Russell Barnes
Is your Apache web server too slow? Koen Vervloesem shows you how to use lighttpd instead. This lightweight web server alternative is perfect for virtual private servers and ageing hardware solutions…

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Tutorials
by Richard Smedley
Forget Perl’s claims, Emacs really is the Swiss Army chainsaw of the *NIX world. Join Richard Smedley for the second of a three-part series revealing how you can do most of your day-to-day tasks without leaving Emacs – from contacts and appointments to GTD, there’s an Emacs way to productivity paradise…

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Tutorials
by Dmitri Popov
A no-frills personal document management system can come in handy in many situations. Read on to find out how OpenOffice.org Base can really come into its own…

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Programming
Tutorials
by Shane Conder & Lauren Darcie
Don’t just be satisfied with a working Android app. Learn five essential development techniques to maximise application compatibility across Android’s massive range of devices…

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Tutorials
by Dmitri Popov
Track projects and collaborate efficiently within an easy-to-use open source project management application called Collabtive. Resident collaboration expert, Dmitri Popov, shows you how to get started…

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