Screencloud – Easily Capture and share your Linux desktop

Screencloud is an app that allows you to capture screen under Linux , Mac or Windows and automatically upload the screenshot to an FTP/SFTP server of your choice or a provider in the cloud such as Dropbox, Ubuntu One, Imgur or a cloud service proposed by Screencloud themselves. Once the file is sent, your clipboard […]

Turpial 3 – The best microblogging client is back ?

In the past I’ve published an article about “6 Microblogging clients for Linux” and one about Turpial, now I’ve just discovered thanks to lffl.org that the developers are working on version 3 and that for what you can see this version it’s better than ever. Article by Roberto Ferramosca first published in Italian on lffl.org […]

arkOS: build your Cloud with a Raspberry Pi

Recently I’ve discovered this project that has great ambitions: arkOS is an open-source platform for securely self-hosting your online life. Everything started from the founder Jacob Cook and the CitizenWeb Project he founded. It’s designed to run on a Raspberry Pi – a super-low-cost single board computer – and ultimately will let users, even of […]

4 tricks to speed up ssh connections

I use ssh connections to manage remote servers it’s one of the main task in my work, so over time I’ve learnt some tricks to speed up the connection phase of the ssh protocol, so in this article I’ll show you how to: Configure ssh to use ipv4 only Configure ssh to use a particular […]

The Race Is Over, Open Source Has Won. Sorta.

Article from Tcat Houser editor-in-chief of TRCBNews.com. 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) […]