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Well, you may not realize today, but it is very essential to have a Bootable Linux Pen Drive with you. Many times, your system may crash unexpectedly, or even your DVD ROM faces some problem or you might just want to dual boot Linux with Windows to give it a try? In these scenarios a… Read Article →

Howdy Readers! Wonder if you’re facing any problem regarding any FOSS project, the first thing you’ll do is Google it to solve your problem. But sometime it can happen, you couldn’t find it on the net, may be you discovered a bug? or let’s say you just want to contribute or discuss about any FOSS… Read Article →

An artist in Deviantart with profile name ‘doctormo’ published an awesome tweak which let’s you to change the user-interface of the GIMP something similar to world popular image editing software Photoshop. This tweak currently works on GIMP 2.8 .It does works for GIMP 2.9 but some features might be missing Steps To Installation : 1) Download… Read Article →

I have already given tutorial for RaspberryPi First Installation and Boot.  Let’s go with advance configuration of RasPi. Things to do after 1st boot of Raspberry Pi Changing Default Password Adding New User to Raspi Auto Login to GUI without Entering username/password Setting up Remote Desktop: Connect Raspi from another computer   1. Changing Default… Read Article →

Installing and setting up Raspberry Pi is fairly easy in following steps Buy RasPi from Element14  / (CrazyPi in India) Get a SD card (>4GB) and format in FAT32 system (Windows Method / Linux Method) Download NOOB version of Raspberry Pi from here Extract and copy everything in your SD card Plug your HDTV/Monitor using… Read Article →

Arduino, the world famous opensource electronic prototyping platform is undoubtedly the best series of boards used by makers & Engineers. However, the official Arduino IDE which is used to load the arduino sketch is bit clumsy. I never really liked Arduino IDE, so after searching a lot, I came to know about ‘Stino’, the plugin… Read Article →

Sublime Text Editor is one of the best cross-platform editor out there for editing source code. It is capable of syntax highlighting for wide range of file extensions like Python, C, C++, Java, HTML, JS, PHP, LaTeX & even Arduino. Sublime Text Editor is not opensource & not an free editor, but in last update… Read Article →

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