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Tutorials
by Kunal Deo
Not more than two years ago, 3D graphics would only mean either something to a gamer or a CAD engineer. Now, 3D has entered into mainstream computing. Learn how the power of 3D graphics can help you make your desktop more beautiful and useful

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Tutorials
by Sukrit Dhandhania
Mutt is a text-based mail client along the lines of Pine or Elm. It’s known for being a fast and highly configurable mail client, and since it is text-based, it’s ideal for checking email quickly over SSH (Secure Shell). Click through to learn exactly how to use it…

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Tutorials
by Kunal Deo
To compliment our ‘ten essential Python tips for beginners’ and ‘ten more essential Python tips’ features, we’ve compiled yet another collection of ten gems to make your Python experience that much more worthwhile…

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Tutorials
by Sukrit Dhandhania
MoBlock is a cutting-edge open source security tool for the Linux platform designed help fine-tune the network security of your Linux desktop or server. Sukrit Dhandhania expMoblock02lains how to use it to secure your Linux box…

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Tutorials
by Swayam Prakasha
A log file grows without limits unless some action is taken. Growing log files pose many problems since larger files are very difficult to manipulate and file systems can run out of space…

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Tutorials
by Kunal Deo
Today, Python is one of the most popular programming languages in the open source space. It’s a vast language and there are many gems to discover – here are ten tips for new users to get the ball rolling…

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Tutorials
by Swayam Prakasha
“The fundamental purpose of the ICMP protocol is to report problems with the delivery of IP datagrams”, says networking expert Swayam Prakasha. Join him in his latest article designed to help you discover more about one of the most popular protocols in the TCP/IP suite…

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by Sukrit Dhandhania
If you have worked in the desktop publishing business or used some of the commercial desktop publishing tools such as QuarkXpress or Adobe InDesign, you must know how easy they made your work. They are also quite expensive. Depending upon how deep your pockets run, it is unlikely that too many small organisations and especially individuals can afford these software packages. That’s where Scribus steps in to save the day. Scribus is an open source application for desktop publishing. The Scribus Project was started in 2001 and has gained great popularity, support, and won several awards since its inception. The fact that it is available for just about every operating system is just one of the features that sets it apart from its commercial competitors. Let’s take a look at how to set it up and make it work…

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Tutorials
by Sukrit Dhandhania
Getting the performance-monitoring data for a server can be invaluable for a person handling a production environment. There are a number of ways to collect this information. Once you collect this data it can be quite a challenge to interpret it accurately and can be even more difficult to make alterations to your system configuration based on the data…

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Tutorials
by Swayam Prakasha
Swayam Prakasha explains the types of attacks that could happen over a network and their preventive measures. He also takes a look at various means of securing a web server…

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Tutorials
by Dmitri Popov
This tutorial will help you to get started with DokuWiki and show you how to extend its functionality with plug-ins…

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Tutorials
by Kunal Deo
Bug tracking is a crucial part of any software development process. Having an efficient bug-tracking platform is very important. Most of the bug-tracking programs available today are web only. This poses a little bit of a problem. Web-based solutions are not very good at delivering the performance of a desktop application, no matter how much Web 2.0, Web 3.0 and AJAX you add…

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