Ex-cluding Linux

I’m glad to have another post of Tcat Houser editor-in-chief of TRCBNews.com. With Apple’s big announcement for March 7, it seemed appropriate to look at the *NIX derivative BSD on which OS X and IOS are based. Specifically, were going to take on file system. And looking with the skeptical view of how American public [...]

Virtually Speaking

Game changers that show up in life often do not show up in the way and the when we expect them.‭ ‬That often leads us to not accuracy see them for what they are.‭ ‬This is going to be a year of game changing in‭ ‬2012,‭ ‬and most of us do not yet see it. [...]

Synergy! as many PCs as you like with just one keyboard and one mouse!

Article by Giuseppe Sanna If your desk is like mine: you have multiple PCs and Laptops spread over two square meters, but do not worry I have the solution for you! Install Synergy and you’ll just say goodbye, once and for all to the mess! This software, which I emphasize is cross-platform, allows you to [...]

5 types of very annoying Linux users

Original article by Perro, published in Spanish on the site http://paraisolinux.com/ Since I use Linux for several years now I’ve found Linux users of all kinds, having a blog has helped me to identify many types of Linux users. But of all the guys there are some that are very annoying and I will try [...]

Pipes – what are they and Example of Use

Unix based operating systems like Linux offer a unique approach to join two commands on the terminal, with it you can take the output of the first command and use it as input of the second command, this is the concept of pipe or | . Pipes allow two separate process to communicate with each other also [...]