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Tor Browser: An Ultimate Web Browser for Anonymous Web Browsing in Linux

Tor Browser: An Ultimate Web Browser for Anonymous Web Browsing in Linux
Most of us give a considerable time of ours to Internet. The primary Application we require to perform our internet activity is a browser, a web browser to be more perfect. Over Internet most of our’s activity is logged to Server/Client machine which includes IP address, Geographical Location, search/activity trends and a whole lots of Information which can potentially be very harmful, if used intentionally the other way. Tor Browser: Anonymous...
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Google Chrome 34 Released – Install on RHEL/CentOS 6 and Fedora 20-15

Google Chrome 34 Released – Install on RHEL/CentOS 6 and Fedora 20-15
Google Chrome is a freeware web browser developed by Google Inc. Google Chrome team proudly announced the release of Google Chrome 34 on April 8, 2014. The actual version is 34.0.1847.116 for Linux/Mac OS X and Windows operating system. This new version bundled with a number of exciting fixes, features and improvements, including: Responsive Images and Unprefixed Web Audio. Import supervised users onto new machines. Added a few of latest apps/extension...
Filed in: Web Browsers

How to Install Dropbox (An Ultimate Cloud Storage) in Linux

How to Install Dropbox (An Ultimate Cloud Storage) in Linux
In this era of Information Technology, data is all important. A data needs to be available across several machines at one/different point of time. Thus the concept of cloud storage was introduced. ‘Dropbox‘, the file hosting and cloud storage service enables each of its user to create a special folder on each machine and then sync them so that on each box, the same folder with same content is available. Install Dropbox in Linux Here...
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OpenVPN Server and Client Installation and Configuration on Debian 7

OpenVPN Server and Client Installation and Configuration on Debian 7
This article details how to obtain IPv6 connectivity on OpenVPN using Debian Linux. The process has been tested on Debian 7 on a KVM VPS with IPv6 connectivity as the server, and a Debian 7 desktop. The commands are to be run as root. Install OpenVPN in Debian What is OpenVPN? OpenVPN is a VPN program that uses SSL/TLS to create secure, encrypted VPN connections, to route your Internet traffic, thus preventing snooping. Open VPN is highly capable...
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A Brief Introduction to ‘Makefiles’ in Open Source Software Development with GNU Make

A Brief Introduction to ‘Makefiles’ in Open Source Software Development with GNU Make
GNU Make is a development utility which determines the parts of a particular code base that are to be recompiled and can issue commands to perform those operations on the code base. This particular make utility can be used with any programming language provided that their compilation can be done from the shell by issuing commands. Makefiles in Linux In order to use GNU Make, we need to have some set of rules which defines the relationship among...
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RainLoop Webmail – A Modern Fast Web Based Email Client for Linux

RainLoop Webmail – A Modern Fast Web Based Email Client for Linux
RainLoop is a free webmail application based on PHP, it’s free and open source, has modern user interface to handle large number of email accounts without the need of any database connectivity, besides non database connectivity it holds both SMTP and IMAP protocols to easily send/receive emails without any trouble. RainLoop Key Features Modern : Modern user interface, with drag’n'drop of files, progress bar for file uploading, browser...
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Install uGet Download Manager 1.10.4 in Debian, Ubuntu, Linux Mint and Fedora

Install uGet Download Manager 1.10.4 in Debian, Ubuntu, Linux Mint and Fedora
The uGet project team pleased to announce the release of version 1.10.4. The latest version includes support for Magnet Links via the aria2 Plugin, GnuTLS support, support for Flashgot, other features include: A new “Check for Updates” button informs you about new released versions. Added new languages & updated existing languages. Added a new “Message Banner” that allows developers to easily provide uGet related information to...
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MultiTail – Monitor Multiple Files Simultaneously in a Single Linux Terminal

MultiTail – Monitor Multiple Files Simultaneously in a Single Linux Terminal
Whether it’s a server administrator or a programmer some time we need to refer multiple logfiles for effectively troubleshooting tasks. To achieve this we have to open, tail or less a each logfile in a different shell. However, we can use traditional tail command like tail -f /var/log/messages or tail -f /var/log/secure in a single line. But if we want to see multiple files in a real-time we need to install a specific tool called MultiTail. What...
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