Evolution RSS Reader Plugin

Luci Langa’s Evolution RSS Reader Plugin enables support for feeds in the Gnome Evolution mail reader.The newest version (0.0.6) of this plugin has the following changes against previous ones…

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stress: workload simulator for Linux

stress utility is a workload generator that imposes certain types of stress on UNIX-like operating systems: stress is not a benchmark. It is a tool used by system administrators to evaluate how well their systems will scale, by kernel programmers to evaluate perceived performance characteristics, and by systems programmers to expose the classes of bugs which only or more frequently manifest themselves when the system is under heavy load. Note […]

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CryoPID: Freeze and Unfreeze processes in Linux

CryoPID is an application that allows you to capture the state of a running process in Linux and save it to a file. You can use this file to resume the process later on, either after a reboot or even on another machine. Both x86 and x86_64 are supported and you can get sources for these platforms accordingly here and here. Ubuntu users can use aptitude or apt-get to install […]

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glipper: Clipboard Manager for Gnome

Long time ago when I first tried Linux (it was Debian) there was Gnome desktop manager default on those distribution. Gnome seemed to be the most simple and usable manager especially after I tried KDE. It’s funny now but the only advantage I noticed then in KDE was a clipboard manager available by default and very useful in everyday work. At the moment I use Gnome as default (but I […]

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Manage your WiFi profiles with WiFi Radar

WiFi Radar is excellent Python/PyGTK2 application to manage your WiFi profiles. Common usage of this utility lies in scanning for available networks and creating profiles for preferred ones. At boot time, running WiFi Radar will automatically scan for an available preferred network and connect to it. You can drag and drop your preferred networks to arrange the profile priority. Damn, sudo aptitude install wifi-radar works in Ubuntu! To get custom […]

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