Sep 252013

Article By Oussama Krifa

You are a Linux user and you are searching for a free open source alternative to the most known video editing software which are available only for Windows in paid versions.
Today I want to show you three of the best Video Editors for Linux from the simplest to the most professional.

PiTiVi, LiVES and KDEnLive
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Sep 172013

Article by Brian Kent & Danny D.

With a plethora of software applications “cloud”-bursting the internet every day, it is quite certain you will have it in mind to download and try a few popular ones. What might force you into getting confused is what site you should visit to get the best of service you deserve. The answer is, a software download site.The three word tag-line of the site is very rightly delineated, “Splendid software catalog.” For it is one of those sites where you can learn more about free new software surfacing on the World Wide Web and download any software for free. Upon visiting the website you will see tons of software all over the site; all ready and waiting to be downloaded for free.

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Aug 052013

Article from Tcat Houser editor-in-chief of

Philosophies on how to approach things in life, for example Open Source Versus Closed, run in cycles. In the 1970s hobbyists would be carefully typing BASIC code from there enthusiast magazine. Commodore, Apple or the highest podge of C/PM machines.

Open Source went out of fashion (relatively speaking) with the emergence of DOS and Microsoft. In terms of absolute numbers, Open Source actually grew. It was the relative percentage in the overall digital world with major players doing proprietary code that made it look like Open Source was old-fashioned.

Coinciding with Microsoft starting several years of development work on ‘Chicago’ (Windows 95) Linux started to gain some real traction in the shadows. In my opinion this is only because the attempts to create (again) a Unified UNIX in the late 1980s failed (again).

We find ourselves where we are today because there are two types of computer users. Some of us like the joy of figuring something out, while others merely see it as something to get something else done. There are a few of us that do the former to help the latter. I’m one of those few.

I am keenly aware of the fact that readers here are solidly in the former camp and do not understand those in the latter camp.

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Aug 032013

I wonder, seeing the Thousands of Apps that are available for Android & iOS Devices utilized for Multi-Categorized uses like Utility, Development, Games, etc… and being an Linux System Administrator, I ever wonder if there will be a list of Apps designed especially for Linux System Administrators as well?

Well, I was very much stunned when I came across such a wonderful List of Android Apps designed for Linux System Administrators.
And they are obviously worthy Android Apps that Linux Administrators will love to have on their Smart Phones.

Let’s take a look at the Best Android Apps that has been developed for the use of Linux System Administrator.
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Jul 172013

This is an interesting article by Paolo Rotolo, it’s a comparison of MIR (in the Xmir version that will be present on Ubuntu 13.10) and the current Xorg.

After the announcement of Canonical on Mir, which will be included as a default display server in Ubuntu 13.10, I decided to do some tests (benchmark, in the jargon), to see whether the performances of Mir are comparable to those of the good old (the daemons currently present on Ubuntu), as promised by Mark Shuttleworth on his blog.

All benchmarks were performed with the suite “Phoronix Test” on Ubuntu 13.10 (Saucy Salamander).

I’ve done all the test run on an hardware with low-medium specs (especially the video card), because with a more powerful PC, the differences between and Mir would have been less relevant.

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