Unfortunately, the client shown in the video is for Windows. In Linux Mint and other distros, I could easily install the Linux client through the Software Manager but can't figure out how to install it in Crunchbang.
Hmm…this is a shocking application to me. Yoono is a revolutionary desktop client for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X. This software can handle many social networking service like Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, GTalk, Yahoo! Messenger and many more. This tutorial will show you how to use Yoono under Ubuntu or Linux Mint 9.
This tutorial will show you how to install Filezilla FTP Client version 3.3.1 on Linux Mint 9 Isadora using default package manager. Since Karmic Koala, Lucid Lynx Ubuntu include a nicer software management that is very easy to use for Linux newbie.
If you need a BitTorrent client for your Ubuntu or Linux system, you should give Deluge a try. Deluge is a new BitTorrent client reated using Python and GTK+. Deluge is intended to bring a native, full-featured client to Linux GTK desktop environments such as Gnome and XFCE.
I'm trying to install the latest version of the Owncloud Client (owncloud-client) on a raspberry Pi running Raspbian Linux.
When I just enter sudo apt-get install owncloud-client, I get version 1.2 of the client.
So I added the Owncloud repository from the official download page and ran all the commands from the Debian-section as root.
But when I try to install owncloud-client now, i still get t
I have a WIN XP Client, and a Linux Server Fedora 19, 3.9 kernel, with which I was until recently able to connect easily (with SSH).
After a forced clean Linux re-install from scratch due to an implosion, I can do so no longer.
There is basic network connectity per PING being OK.
I cannot access Linux from WIN client with SSH (WinSCP, Filezilla port 22 (SFTP), Putty...nothing).
I have a NFS share on a Windows Server 2008 host (joined to a domain). I have a non-domain Linux client that mounts to it (using windows credentials) and writes files to it. However, when I try to view the files from a windows client I get permission denied errors. Even as an admin from a windows client, we can not edit the permissions of the folder and files to make them readable and writable.
I am curious if most Linux distros make it possible to intercept incoming network traffic as soon as it enters the system and filter its content based on some rules before any other client can use it or at least before it gets to a specified client.
E.g., let's say I wanted to have a filter that intercepts all HTTP traffic before it gets to a specific client (e.g.
By default, Ubuntu already equipped with firewall application and its embedded inside the Kernel. This firewall can be configured via command line that is not “compatible” with newbie. Here, I will show you how to install the GUI version of the firewall client on Ubuntu Maverick Meerkat.