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FAQ Updates – April/30/2011
/* Posted May 4th, 2011 at 2:42pm */
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Our FAQ section is updated in last few days with new howtos: Linux Display System Statistics Gathered From /proc HowTo: Linux Random Password Generator Command Bash Shell: Extract Digits From a String Linux / UNIX: scp / rsync File Name With colon (:) In It HowTo: UNIX Set Date and Time Command UNIX / Linux: […]

Download Ubuntu 11.04 (Natty Narwhal) CD ISO / DVD Images
/* Posted May 2nd, 2011 at 2:41pm */
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The latest version of the popular Linux desktop distribution Ubuntu 11.04 has been released and available from the official project web site. This new version uses the Unity user interface instead of GNOME Shell as default desktop (user can switch back to classic Gnome desktop any time). New features since Ubuntu 10.10 includes – Banshee […]

PSP Custom Firmware 6.20 PRO-B5 and 6.35 PRO-B5 *Updated*
/* Posted April 23rd, 2011 at 2:39am */
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Coldbird The Team, have updated the PRO-B5 releases. Seems yesterday’s release had a PSX error “The game could not be started (FFFFFFFF)”, black screens and 6.35 install issues. Our 6.20 PRO-B5 and 6.35 PRO-B5 downloads below have been updated. Please re-download your chosen PRO-B5 CFW to fix any issues… Liquidzigong aka Virtuous flame and Coldbird […]

Software firm says e-mails stolen in server breach
/* Posted April 22nd, 2011 at 2:39pm */
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Ashampoo, a German maker of Windows utilities and security software, warned this week that customer names and e-mail addresses were stolen and could be used in targeted malware attacks. “Hackers gained access to one of our servers. We discovered the break-in and interrupted it instantly,” Ashampoo Chief Executive Rolf Hilchner wrote in a message on […]

HowTo: Use OpenBSD In the Corporate Environment
/* Posted April 20th, 2011 at 2:39pm */
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OpenBSD has a reputation for high security and difficult operating systems for new user. But, some orginsations are using OpenBSD for everything including firewall, servers and desktop computers. This is quite impressive, from the article: So our paid job is hacking on and deploying, maintaining, supporting… OpenBSD installations. We are also required to hack on […]

Firefox Aurora debuts, Mozilla’s ‘dev’ channel
/* Posted April 15th, 2011 at 2:38am */
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Somewhere between a nightly and a beta lies Firefox Aurora, Mozilla’s first public browser under its new publishing schedule. Announced yesterday, Firefox Aurora for Windows (download), Mac (download), and Linux (download), is most analogous to the intent behind the Google Chrome developer’s channel (download Windows | Mac | Linux): to provide a place where users […]

Microsoft fixes IE, SMB bugs in big Patch Tuesday
/* Posted April 13th, 2011 at 2:37pm */
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Microsoft today urged customers to apply fixes for holes in Internet Explorer, including one being exploited in attacks, and for vulnerabilities in Windows Server Message Block (SMB) client and server software as part of a whopping Patch Tuesday. The company released 17 bulletins resolving 64 vulnerabilities, nine of them rated “critical” and eight rated “important.” […]

Pieceable puts working iOS apps in your browser
/* Posted April 13th, 2011 at 2:38am */
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You’re itching to test drive an iOS application, but the lack of a free trial, the limited screenshots, and no demo videos are holding you back from pulling the trigger on a purchase. Such hurdles could soon be toppled with a new service called the Pieceable Viewer. Parent company Pieceable, which is working on a […]

Firefox 4 doubles IE9 24-hour download tally
/* Posted March 23rd, 2011 at 2:32am */
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Firefox 4 doubled IE9′s download total in less than 24 hours after its release. (Credit: screenshot by Stephen Shankland/CNET) Firefox may be under fire from Microsoft’s newly competitive browser, but with more than twice the downloads in its first day, Firefox 4 soared over its rival by one measurement Wednesday. Microsoft, not without reason, boasted […]

Google working to reverse Chrome bloat
/* Posted March 22nd, 2011 at 8:32am */
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Chrome has grown steadily bigger since its public launch in September 2008. (Credit: data from Google; chart by Stephen Shankland/CNET) When Chrome got its start, the browser was svelte and fast-loading if limited. Now, it’s got plenty of features, but two years later, it’s nearly three times bigger. And Google, deciding that’s not a good […]

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