Ripping Audio Streams Recording Internet audio streamsJul 31, 2005
FM no longer has the biggest selection of radio stations. Instead, you need an Internet connection. But how can you save a copy of your favorite web broadcast?more »
Podcatching Podcatching without an iPodJun 30, 2005
You don’t need an iPod to participate in the recent phenomenon known as Podcatching. We’ll show you how to receive and play back podcasts in Linux.more »
SlimServer Music on the LAN with SlimServerJun 30, 2005
If you have a LAN in your home or office, why not use it for something really important – listening to music?more »
Command Line: Music Tools Music tools for the command lineJun 30, 2005
You don’t always need a GUI-based tool to play MP3 and Ogg Vorbis tracks. In this month’s column, we look at tools for rocking from the shell.more »
Darwin Streaming Server MP3 and MPEG-4 with the Darwin Streaming ServerMar 31, 2005
Apple’s Darwin Streaming Server is a free version of the commercial Quicktime server. It can handle the seminal MP3 and MPEG-4 formats, and it has a web front-end.more »
Multimedia Intro Practical Multimedia Techniques in LinuxMar 31, 2005
You’ve been through the basics of playing sound and editing videos on your Linux system. Now take a step closer to the tools and techniques of the experts.more »
Command Line Converting Audio FormatsDec 31, 2004
The command line swings. In this
issue of “Command Line”we investigate
how you can grab tracks from
audio CDs and convert sound files to
other formats. No matter whether
you choose wav,MP3 or Ogg Vorbis,
you can rely on the shell to convert
your files.more »
Popular open source encryption tool is vulnerable to attack
New “Yakkety Yak” edition emphasizes cloud and servers
Google finally enters the phone hardware business.
Innovative system adds a hard drive and Ubuntu Core to the RPi for an IoT hub.
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The Apache Software Foundation considers retiring OpenOffice
Adobe won’t kill the plugin in 2017
Linux Foundation's big event celebrates the 25th anniversary of Linux
Linux has evolved from “won’t be a professional” project to one of the most professional software projects in the history of computers.