I’m a bit late this month, but here we go, these are the top 7 of the most read articles from Linuxaria in the month of October, it’s your opportunity to read them if you missed them during last month. 7 – Logcheck: why I love you If you have a server, you probably would […]
Article by Frank Harris-Smith Linux is fundamentally a command line Operating System. Anything and everything can be done through the command line – system configuration, connecting to WiFi access points, even accessing new hardware devices before the Linux Kernel gets a driver for it (like USB Flash Drives before Linux Kernel 2.4 – pre 2001) […]
Yesterday has been released the version 5.0 of Trisquel, an Ubuntu based GNU/Linux Distribution. In their announcement: In what we can now call it a tradition, we celebrate the Software Freedom Day by publishing our latest release: Trisquel GNU/Linux 5.0 STS, codename Dagda.
As the name suggest this small python script use your notification area to show you what’s going on in your Facebook account. It notifies you when any of the following events occur One of your friends changes their status, profile picture, or profile details You receive a friend request, event or group invitation Someone writes […]