• Google Chrome ported to Linux and Mac OS X

    Google Chrome has taken a good place in tech arena for the browser wars. Its security features, sandboxing technology makes it a perfect and smooth browser! As we know Chrome is not supported for Linux editions as everyone is waiting for it to get it released officially. But if you are really eager to run […]

    May 17th, 2009 | Filed under Tech
  • How to install Lightview Plus

    Buddies, As you guys must be knowing that, sometimes its better to show your images with a shrink’ed box rather than showing them in direct image links i.e. So to get away from these kind of restrictions and giving it a decent look its better to use some PHP scripts which will add some […]

    May 17th, 2009 | Filed under Misc
  • Best Online Videos Viewing and Download Solution

    Buddies, While gazing around in web for getting some short and sweet solution on watching/downloading online videos through a convenient way, I just got amazed at the solution I came across!!! This is something really appreciating. Hats off to the efforts they have put for creating the application.

    May 17th, 2009 | Filed under Tech
  • Installing memcached on Ubuntu

    :: Synopsis :: Its a high-performance, distributed memory object caching system, generic in nature, but intended for use in speeding up dynamic web applications by alleviating database load. :: Installation Procedure :: You need the libevent dependencies in-order to install this package. Follow this method to install the required libraries. If you’ll try to install […]

    May 12th, 2009 | Filed under Tutorials
  • Installing OpenSSH [SSH Connection Refused]

    Guys, Its not a big deal that you come across with errors while installing OpenSSH or any other Linux packages. In some cases, its quite time taking but believe me, its really a good experience to install complex applications in Linux as it refines lots f your inside outs and clears lots of concepts about […]

    May 11th, 2009 | Filed under Linux
  • OpenVAS Developer Conference on July

    Guys, You must be knowing about OpenVAS Scanner. Its derived from the Nessus scanning engine and now is an Open Source tool which is getting enhanced on daily basis in their features, add-on tools and all. I just came through their event notification from their mailing list that they are going to held up a […]

    May 4th, 2009 | Filed under Security
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