Featuring free Link backup applications for any sort of backup need. You can use these applications to perform a complete back up of a file, data, database, system or server. BackupPC (Graphical User Interface) BackupPC is a high performance free backup software suite for Linux that comes with a web-based user interface.
Not really a big fan of desktop blog editors but I think they can be really helpful if you seriously want to save your time and get things done quickly. Following are some of the best Blog Editors you can use if you’re machine is running on Linux. Gnome Blog: A free blog editor for Linux that allows you to write and publish quick posts without putting much effort to it.
If you are a Ubuntu newbie and want to learn how to install, configure Ubuntu etc, this free e-book is for you. It is written by Keir Thomas and is one of the best books for people who are new to Ubuntu and want to learn the basics. It’s a 170 Page ebook which covers everything from installation and configuration to security and command-line tricks.
I’ve been using Windows Live Writer to write posts for several months now. This has primarily been for my blog posts at Weblog Tools Collection. I decided to start using WLW for Techtites and AjayDSouza.
GParted is the Gnome Partition Editor application. GParted is an extremely feature rich software. It supports several different types of file formats through the use of their equivalent support programs.