Softwares

How to install OpenVPN AS on Ubuntu

by Ruchira on May 8, 2013

    If you want to get OpenVPN running on your server, the easiest way is using the OpenVPN-AS ( Access Server ). OpenVPN-AS is the commercial version of opensource OpenVPN project. But they are kind enough to let you use the OpenVPN-AS free for 2 concurrent users. Of course you can buy licenses and […]

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Ghost: a new kind of blogging platform

by Ruchira on May 8, 2013

  I have lately found this kickstarter crowd funded project named “Ghost” which is a new blogging platform trying to enter to the market crowded with WordPress users. Ghost project is already fully funded and still they have 19 days to collect more funds. It certainly looks nice and Ghost is node.js application which uses […]

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Remmina remote desktop client for linux

by Ruchira on May 8, 2013

If you are a regular follower of this blog, you might remember that I have wrote about how you can get remote desktop running on Ubuntu VPS or Dedicated Server. And to connect it via VNC I have used Gtkvnc viewer in the past. Read about it here  However Gtkvnc viewer had major drawbacks like, there is […]

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Meet the new Cpanel X4 theme

by Ruchira on May 8, 2013

Cpanel is the most widely used web hosting control panel out there. If you ever hosted a web site you should be familiar with it. However Cpanel didn’t focused much on user interface for the past few years, WHM had some UI changes but not the Cpanel. Cpanel is now developing its all new X4 theme […]

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How to install Viber on PC or Mac

by Ruchira on May 7, 2013

Whatsapp is dominating the mobile market. I have used both but immediately fell in love with Viber because of its free call function unlike Whatsapp which is only a instant messaging service. I have wrote how you can install Whatsapp on PC but getting Viber to run on an Android emulator is nightmare. Fear no more, Viber has […]

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Debian 7 “Wheezy” released

by Ruchira on May 5, 2013

    Debian is the choice of sysadmins for stability, low memory footprint and great community support . Debian is here since long time than Centos or RHEL. And its the father of Ubuntu. Debian 7 Wheezy finally got released today and the most important feature in this release is included multiarch support. This means that both […]

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Norton Ghost discontinued

by Ruchira on May 4, 2013

    Norton Ghost is a software which makes life easier for a sysadmin or anyone who works with computers. It allows users to create a block level disk backups and restore it with ease. That means if you have to deploy several computers with the same configuration or if you need to keep a […]

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2 Factor Authentication is a nice way of adding an extra layer of security to your web apps and accounts. Having just a user name and password makes it easy for hackers to guess or brute force your login’s and access your accounts potentially harming your data. Multiple factor authentication is designed to overcome this […]

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