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How To Fix “Module php5 does not exist” Error In Apache & Linux?


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Sometimes installing PHP via the regular method does not help you install PHP properly and even after following the standard methods of installing all you get when trying to enable the PHP5 or the PHP module is this error: ERROR: Module php5 does not exist! Scratched your head enough already? Well here is a simple…

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By Adam on September 3rd
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Fedora 18 To Be Signed By Microsoft For UEFI Compatibility


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Mathew Garret of Red Hat, announced that Fedora 18 will be signed by Microsoft to ensure compatibility with systems with UEFI Secure Boot. As we had earlier reported, one of the requirements for Windows 8 certification is the UEFI Secure Boot. UEFI Secure Boot is a good idea from a security point of view as it prevents…

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By Ricky on June 1st
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New Linux kernel 3.3 Includes Android Code And Additional Features


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The new version of the Linux kernel called Version 3.3 which was to be released about a week ago, has finally come out with some interesting and useful features. The most important of these is the availability of the Android kernel code along with additional feature upgrades for networking and processing architecture support. Since a…

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By Debjit on March 20th
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Adobe Flash To Be Available Only On Google Chrome In Linux


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Adobe has never provided proper support for Flash on Linux. In fact, they only introduced the 64-bit build of Flash in July last year. Today, they have announced that they will no longer release future versions of Flash on Linux – except as a part of Google Chrome. Since 2009, Google has been working together…

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By Ricky on February 22nd
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ClipGrab – An Awesome Video Downloader For Linux


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Want to download videos from sites like Youtube, Vimeo and Metcafe without much hassles on your Linux based computer? Well, here is one application that will simply blow your mind. ClipGrab is an awesome web video downloader for Linux using which you can download videos from YouTube, Vimeo and Metcafe. However, the app does not…

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By Debjit on October 9th
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Windows 8 Certification Requirement Might Create Problem For Booting Linux


Windows 8 Certification Requirement Might Create Problem For Booting Linux

Microsoft has recently released the developer preview of Windows 8. Windows 8 represents a complete overhaul of the traditional Windows user interface and it has everyone excited and talking about it. However, there are certain aspects of Microsoft’s upcoming operating system that users should find worrying – especially those who support free and open source…

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By Ricky on September 21st
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Opera Introduces Support For Gtk3


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GNOME 3 was released earlier this year – and along with it came Gtk3. Some distributions, such as Fedora 15, have already moved from GNOME 2 to GNOME 3. While others, like Ubuntu 11.10, is moving to the new version of GNOME. Today Opera has announced that support for Gtk3 is also coming to their…

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By Ricky on September 14th
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How To Upgrade From Ubuntu 11.04 To Ubuntu 11.10 Beta


How To Upgrade From Ubuntu 11.04 To Ubuntu 11.10 Beta

The first beta release of Ubuntu 11.04 “Oneiric Ocelot” was recently made available for download. The release is meant for testing before the final version is made available next month. Those who want to test the release can do so by downloading an ISO image from cd.ubuntu.com. However, if you already have Ubuntu 11.04 installed…

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By Ricky on September 7th
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Intel To Discontinue MeeGo Development?


Intel To Discontinue MeeGo Development?

When Moblin and Maemo were merged to produce MeeGo, there were high hopes of producing a truly open OS for mobile devices. (Android is not truly open.) However, according to reports from Taiwan-based website DigiTimes, the MeeGo dream could be over soon. The MeeGo project suffered a major set back last year, when Nokia which…

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By Ricky on September 5th
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