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Download & Play Mario on your Windows PC, Mac and Linux

Could you just imagine how it could be the legendary Mario on your Windows PC, Mac or Linux without any emulator. Stabyourself.net, A group of developers have carried out this great and clever idea.


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



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 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,


Ubuntu Launching a new OS based on Moblin

After the launch of Moblin 2.0 it has created a great hype around its name. If you haven’t checked Videos of moblin 2.o from Intel check here. Moblin 2.0 marked a shift from the XFCE desktop environment to a custom


Few teaser Videos of moblin from Intel.

After the launch of Moblin 2.0 the hype around this new Open Source Operating System is growing minute by minute here are few teasers video of monlin created by Intel. Just to add Intel


Moblin 2.0 launched. the most advanced Netbook OS

Intel in association with Linux Foundation successfully launched Moblin 2.0. The New version is totally different from the old Operating System with a redesigned GUI. Which seems to be very easy to use and