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Wine 1.7.22 (Development Version) Released – Install in RedHat and Debian Based Systems

Wine 1.7.22 (Development Version) Released – Install in RedHat and Debian Based Systems
Wine, a most popular and powerful open source application for Linux, that used to run Windows based applications and games on Linux Platform without any trouble. Install Wine (Development Version) in Linux WineHQ team, recently announced a new development version of Wine 1.7.22. This new development build arrives with a number of new important features and 68 bug fixes. Wine team, keep releasing their development builds almost on weekly basis...
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Linux File System Explained: Boot Loading, Disk Partitioning, BIOS, UEFI and File System Types

Linux File System Explained: Boot Loading, Disk Partitioning, BIOS, UEFI and File System Types
The concept of boot loading, disk partitioning, partition table, BIOS, UEFI, File system types, etc. is little known to most of us. We comes across these terminology very often but rarely took the pain to know these and their meaning in details. This article in an effort to fulfil this gap in the most easiest way possible. Linux File System Types Partition Table One of the very first decision we comes across while installing a Linux Distribution...
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Create Your Own Linux, Android and iOS Apps Using “LiveCode” in Linux

Create Your Own Linux, Android and iOS Apps Using “LiveCode” in Linux
Livecode is a programming language first appeared in 1993, it’s main goal is to allow everybody to code, it allows you to create large applications easily using a simple high level, English-like programming language that is dynamically typed. Install Livecode in Linux Using Livecode, You can write the same application for all available platforms like Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android, BSD, Solaris and the code will work on all of those platforms...
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Installing Seafile (Secure Cloud Storage) with MySQL Database in RHEL/CentOS/SL 7.x/6.x

Installing Seafile (Secure Cloud Storage) with MySQL Database in RHEL/CentOS/SL 7.x/6.x
Seafile is an advanced Open Source collaborative cloud storage application written in Python with file sharing and syncing support, team collaboration and privacy protection using client side encryption. It’s build as a multi-platform file syncing with clients that runs on all major platforms (Linux, Raspberry Pi, Windows, Mac, iPhone and Android) and can be easily integrated with local services such as LDAP and WebDAV or can be deployed using...
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FFmpeg 2.2.4 Multimedia Framework Released – Installation Guide and Usage – Part 1

FFmpeg 2.2.4 Multimedia Framework Released – Installation Guide and Usage – Part 1
A new major release (2.2.4) of the FFmpeg multimedia framework is now available for download, bringing a few fixes and updates for different packages. FFmpeg Multimedia Framework for Linux FFmpeg 2.2.4 which is named “Muybridge” does not include any additional feature, but changes from ffmpeg-mt, libav master of 2014-03-01, libav 10.1 as of 2014-06-23. The following library versions are also available in this minor release. libavutil...
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Create A “.deb Package Repository” at Sourceforge.net Using “Reprepro” Tool in Ubuntu

Create A “.deb Package Repository” at Sourceforge.net Using “Reprepro” Tool in Ubuntu
Reprepro is a small command-line tool to create and manage .deb repositories easily, Today we’ll be showing how to create a Debian package repositories easily using reprepro and how to upload it to Sourceforge.net using rsync command. Create Deb Package Repository Step 1: Install Reprepro and Generate Key First, install all the necessary packages, using the following apt-get command. $ sudo apt-get install reprepro gnupg Now you need to...
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Watch Favorite Movies/TV Shows Online Using “Popcorn Time” in Your Linux Desktop

Watch Favorite Movies/TV Shows Online Using “Popcorn Time” in Your Linux Desktop
In this busy world we have little time for anything other than our work. Leisure from work recharges us. The small break we take in-between our job which may extend from a few minutes to some hour is utilized by us in the task we love and appreciate. It again ranges from – Cracking Jokes, Playing, sleeping or watching daily soaps and Movies. Watching Movies is liked by most of us. We rely on Television or Various Video Streaming websites (YouTube,...
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Firefox 30 Released – Install on RHEL/CentOS 6 & Fedora 20/19/18/17

Firefox 30 Released – Install on RHEL/CentOS 6 & Fedora 20/19/18/17
Finally, Mozilla team officially released Firefox 30 for all major operating systems and the binary packages are now available for download. This release is not a major release, but still comes with few features, including support for Linux version of GStreamer 1.0. This howto guide explains how to install latest released Firefox 30 in RHEL 6.5/6.4/6.3/6.2/6.1/6.0 CentOS 6.5/6.4/6.3/6.2/6.1/6.0 and Fedora 20/19,18,17,16,15,14 using Remi and EPEL repositories. Install...
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