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How to Install Skype on Ubuntu 11.04 Linux

Skype for Linux was introduced in November 2007 with limited features. Latest release of Skype for Linux comes with High Quality Video and super wideband audio that have been exciting features of  Windows and


First 24 Hours with Ubuntu 10.04 LTS Lucid Lynx

Ubuntu 10.04 LTS (Long-term support) is out and trust me its out with a bang. The new OS looks really cool in its new theme or avatar I’ll call is awesome. Lets look at



Create Ubuntu 9.10 Live Bootable USB Drive from Windows

Create Ubuntu 9.10 Live Bootable USB Drive from Windows

Ubuntu is most popular Linux distribution for the Desktop/Netbooks, claiming approximately 30% of Linux installations. Recently Canonical released Ubuntu 9.10 (Karmic Koala), on 29 October 2009 and is Canonicals eleventh release of the


usbmuxd : Enable Full Sync of iPhone iPod Touch on Linux

usbmuxd : Enable Full Sync of iPhone iPod Touch on Linux

Marcan42 developer/hacker through an article on his blog, has revealed a project usbmuxd. This project is likely to be more desired by the Linux community. usbmuxd is basically an iPhone/iTouch usb comm daemon for


How to install apps through disc without dependency errors in Linux

This is a very common issue which Linux users face when they try to install any package from a CD or DVD they always have dependency errors as the package manger only tries to


How to Configure & Use YUM

What is yum ? Yum or Yellow dog Update, Modified is a package manager that was developed by Duke University to improve the installation of RPMs. Yum searches numerous repositories for packages and their dependencies


How to Hot plug CPU in RHEL 5

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 supports the cpu-hotplug mechanism, which allows for CPUs to be dynamically disabled and re-enabled on a system without requiring a system reboot. Note: CPU hot-plugging will only work if


How to Download & Install Firefox 3.5 on Ubuntu Linux

Many Linux distributions include Firefox by default, and most have a package management system that lets you easily install Firefox. For those who are eager to run  Firefox 3.5 on their Ubuntu


How to Play MP3 files in Amarok : Ubuntu Linux 9.04

Amarok is the most popular audio player for Linux based operating systems. Amarok is able to play media files in various formats including but not limited to (depending on the setup) FLAC, Ogg, MP3,