Wanna geek around SSH and use a browser for that, well you’re on luck and this is not something new, few folks working at Google have found out the way using a SSH or a secure shell via or with
Talking about nerds and geeks whomsoever concern ;-) Linux is definitely a way to go for a plethora of reasons. The free and open source nature and a strong code base makes it all the lovable reasons for a wannabe techie to adore Linux. Now wait I know there are plenty of Mac folks out there who are also techies and perhaps Windows users too but we are not considering this here for time being at-least as firstly this is a blog powered on open source tech and written on Linux OS and secondly Mac's are shiny exhilarating flamboyant toys which costs too much and hey those Windows well they are Windows after all and take your call now, we ain't talking on Mac and Windows, only Linux here folks so here we go:
Here, let us talk about the clash of the titans in office productivity software and for some primary reasons we’re not considering any other productivity similar software like those not mentioned here Apache Open office, WPS office so on and
Warning:- This Article is not recommended for an average user as things may break and do not try this on your mission critical systems, there is no guarantee that this will work well, but give it a shot if you
"As a user, I want to download an application from the original author, and run it on my Linux desktop system just like I would do with a Windows or Mac application.""As an application author, I want to provide packages for Linux desktop systems, without the need to get it 'into' a distribution and without having to build for gazillions of different distributions."
Android by far is secure in nature as it has inbuilt features that makes it formidable since it's Linux inherited after all, i mean Android is nothing but a Linux kernel on which there are fancy tech things like SE-Linux etc, well I ain't going too deep here but now shall start to mention few ways of making Android or rather getting the same old feeling that one gets before his/her phone got hacked, yeah i understand that. The bad vibes and the frustration you have when your device is not working smoothly or up-to the mark.
Even though in the server regime, Linux is considered to be a rock solid OS. But considering the amount of cyber attacks happening all around the world and the hardware maturity along with the software tools which hackers are able