Monthly Archive: July 2015

Jul 30 2015

Making Multi-Track Music with Audacity – Make Tech Easier

In this article we will talk about how to use Audacity as a multitrack studio and making finished tracks using all the little tricks which make it easy. Source: Making Multi-Track Music with Audacity – Make Tech Easier

Jul 29 2015

How to Delete Old Backups from Time Machine on Mac

How to Delete Old Backups from Time Machine on Mac Source: How to Delete Old Backups from Time Machine on Mac

Jul 28 2015

Introduction – Shell Scripting | Tutorials by Code Snipcademy

Introduction to using sed on the command line with regular expressions. Learn how to perform search and replace (substitution), printing, writing, reversing, and more! Source: Introduction – Shell Scripting | Tutorials by Code Snipcademy

Jul 27 2015

Install WordPress With LEMP Stack In Ubuntu – Unixmen

Install WordPress With LEMP Stack In Ubuntu Source: Install WordPress With LEMP Stack In Ubuntu – Unixmen

Jul 27 2015

What You Need to Know About Video Encoding – Make Tech Easier

Video encoding is sometimes hard to figure out. This article helps to demystify some of the settings you might come across in your encoding travels. Source: What You Need to Know About Video Encoding – Make Tech Easier

Jul 24 2015

How to set up your own Raspberry Pi powered VPN – BBC News

BBC Click’s Kate Russell gives a step-by-step guide to setting up your own virtual private network using a Raspberry Pi. Source: How to set up your own Raspberry Pi powered VPN – BBC News

Jul 13 2015

Create & Edit Matroska Video Files on Linux with MKVToolNix

MKVToolnix is a suite of applications to work with Matroska video and audio files. Here’s how to use this software to create and edit MKV files on Linux. Source: Create & Edit Matroska Video Files on Linux with MKVToolNix

Jul 07 2015

9 Websites Where You Can Learn Anything For Free

Looking to learn a new skill or a new language? Educating yourself is now as easy as visiting a website. Here are 9 that are great for online learning. Source: 9 Websites Where You Can Learn Anything For Free (Make Tech Easier)

Jul 05 2015

Cut Command in Linux – Extract Fields and Columns from a file ~ Your Own Linux..!

   In some of my recent articles on text processing, I have explained the use of sed command in Linux/Unix. In case of sed command, we provide an input file to the command, it reads the file line-by-line, processes each line and then prints it on the STDOUT. So, in brief, its a row-wise operation. …

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Jul 04 2015

Teemip – A Free and Open Source IP Managment Tool | Unixmen

Teemip – A Free and Open Source IP Managment Tool Source: Teemip – A Free and Open Source IP Managment Tool | Unixmen

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