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Archive for December, 2007

Upgrade to WordPress 2.3.2

By • Dec 30th, 2007 • Filed under: WordPress

Due to security reasons the WordPress team quickly came up with an upgrade. It is time to move on – from WordPress 2.3.1 to WordPress 2.3.2 The major fixes include; repairing information-revealing error messages and fixing a bug that can expose draft post. The upgrade involves 16 files – to upgrade it should be enough […]

Firefox extension – FireFTP

By • Dec 29th, 2007 • Filed under: Firefox, Linux Tips and Tricks

The FireFTP extension transforms your Firefox browser into a full-featured FTP client. This tools is very easy-to- use and much more comfortable than many other FTP clients you’ll find around. The more you get used to it the more you’ll get to appreciate its usefulness. FireFTP uses an Explorer-like interface and offers various features amongst; […]

Edit your GRUB Settings Graphically with QGRUBEditor

By • Dec 28th, 2007 • Filed under: Linux Packages, Linux Tips and Tricks, Ubuntu

Ubuntu: If you ever find it necessary to change the look of your Grub boot menu and do not know how to get on, then think about the QGRUBEditor application. Editing your boot menu is a difficult task even for experts but QGRUBEditor can get you through without much headache. All changes made can be […]

Access Your Linux Files from Windows with Linux Reader

By • Dec 28th, 2007 • Filed under: Linux Packages, Linux Tips and Tricks

In dual- boot system say Ubuntu/Windows Xp it very easy to get into the Windows partition from Ubuntu to copy your documents and so on, but the reverse process does not give the same result i.e. copying your Linux files from the Windows partition. You can get a helping hand in DiskInternals Linux Reader. This […]

Need a second PC? Why not multiply the first

By • Dec 21st, 2007 • Filed under: Hardware, Linux Packages, Linux Tips and Tricks

Userful is a Canadian company that creates Desktop Multiplier software. With this software you could transform a PC into a dual-station PC that supports two users at the same time. What does it take to build your own dual Station PC? – An extra video card or a dual-head video card – Get an extra […]