Showing posts from December, 2013

Starting Your Software Automatically on Linux Boot

The way Linux starts (and stops) all its subsystems is very simple and modular. Lets you define initialization order, runlevels etc

Setup Samba Server for Ubuntu

Install Samba on Ubuntu 12.04/11.10/11.04/10.10/10.04/Linux Mint/other Distro's and share files with samba from Ubuntu to Windows and Windows to Ubuntu

Ubuntu Tips

This page contains a number of shorter items that people find useful

12 Eclipse Plugins Every Developer Should Know

Eclipse is amongst the most popular integrated development environments (IDE) nowadays. The IDE supports a wide variety of plugins, which can be added to it. Through these, developers can extend Eclipse's capabilities and customise the IDE to suit their particular needs

Some Commands To Get System Information In Linux

If you want information about your system on Linux, then these commands will help a lot

10 Most Frequently Used Linux Commands

Are you starting out on the Linux command line? Are you having a hard time remembering those commands? Not to worry. Here's a list of some of the most common and most basic commands that are used on Linux, along with some examples explaining there usage

10 Tips To Help You Become A Master Programmer

When they start out, every programmer feels lost at some point. While some find it difficult to remember all the commands, others find it hard to grasp the concepts. The path to becoming a good programmer is not the easiest one, especially because it involves a process of trial and error. It is very easy to fall off the wagon and just forget that you ever wanted to do it. But if programming is your strong suit, then there's nothing that can earn you more money

7 Useful Tips For Linux Terminal Users

The Linux terminal has much more to offer than simply typing commands into it. You can master these tricks and become adept at using the Bash shell, which is used as default on majority of Linux distributions. So here are seven tricks that have been outlined below mainly for the less experienced users

Git Commands For Beginners

Git is a free and open source distributed version control system designed to handle everything from small to very large projects with speed and efficiency

10 Tips To Write Expeditious Bash Scripts

Bash the command line interface for many Linux distros is one is one powerful tool. Here we bring to you 10 niche tips which will help you keep your Bash scripts efficient and lean

Test Hadoop

We'll look at the best methods to test your MapReduce code, and also look at some design aspects to consider when writing MapReduce to help in your testing efforts

10 Super Powerful Linux Commands

Here we bring to you a list of 10 such commands that work like energy drinks for you Linux machines!

Snippet Javascript

With snippet Javascript, you can free your mind