Gentoo File Manager Exploring the Gentoo File ManagerApr 01, 2005
KDE users choose Konqueror, Gnomers use Nautilus, and commandline
fans extol the virtues of Midnight Commander. Gentoo gives you
the best of all these worlds – a desktop independent file manager.more »
Ktools: KVocTrain Learning Vocabulary with KVocTrainApr 01, 2005
Modern language-teaching may focus on context, but
without a good range of basic words, you’ll be lost when
you try the language outside the classroom. KVocTrain
helps you build your foreign vocabulary.more »
Bluetooth Mobile Phones Linking Linux to your Bluetooth Mobile PhoneMar 01, 2005
It is becoming increasingly common for new generation mobile phones to have an integrated Bluetooth interface. This article explores how to access your Bluetooth phone using Linux.more »
Command Line: sort Organizing Lists with the sort CommandMar 01, 2005
sort helps you organize file lists and program
output. And if you like, you can even use this small
but powerful tool to merge and sort multiple files.more »
DeskTOPia: Skippy Working with the Skippy Screen PagerMar 01, 2005
If your window manager is too boring or Spartan for your liking, why not add a touch of pep? Skippy is an imaginative screen pager with an integrated preview function.more »
KTools: Kdict Searching for Answers with KdictMar 01, 2005
Don’t worry if your memory lets you down. All you need is a place to look for answers. If you want definitions, explanations, and vocubulary, Kdict, KDE’s dictionary utility, is the tool you need.more »
Kontact with IMAP Kontact with IMAP-based Calendar and Address ManagementFeb 01, 2005
Kontact gives you email,address books,and calendaring in a neat package. And IMAP supportmeans you can access this data from anywhere on the network.more »
Linux for Layout: Preparing for Print Templates and PDFs in ScribusFeb 01, 2005
In this final part of our three-part series ,we’ll put the finishing touches on our Linux newspaper. You’ll learn how to generate a PDF,and you’ll find out what a real pre-press professional thinks about our project.more »
Spammers go low-volume, and 90% of IE browsers are unpatched.
Adobe scrambles to release patches for vulnerable Flash Player.
Four-inch-long computer on a stick lets you boot a full Linux system from any HDMI display device.
New statute would require companies to report break-ins to consumers.
Weird data transfer technique avoids all standard security measures.
FIDO alliance declares the beginning of the end for old-style login authentication.
Legendary Uber-distro splits over the systemd controversy.
One of CeBIT’s most successful forums returns in 2015.