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How to Watch Live Streaming Video from the Command Line on Linux

There are quite a few popular live streaming services on the web (e.g., Dailymotion, YouTube Live, UStream, etc.). Most of these streaming services are accessed from a web browser via flash plugin. If you heavily use some of those services on Linux, you may notice that your web browser sometimes...

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How to Kill the Caps Lock on your Linux Desktop

Didn't there used to be a straightforward, GUI-powered way to disable the Caps Lock key on one's keyboard? I remember it as being one of the first modifications I did as a Linux newbie that actually altered the way a piece of equipment performed (boy, was I proud!). But some time around Ubuntu 11.04 (yes, during the Unity Revolution) that function seems to have vanished.

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rbash – A Restricted Bash Shell Explained with Practical Examples

Linux Shell is one of the most fascinating and powerful GNU/Linux powered tool. All the application, including X, is built over shell and Linux shell is so powerful that the whole Linux system can be controlled precisely, using it. The other aspect of Linux shell is that, it can be...

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How to Compile and Install Nginx Web Server from Source on Linux

As of today, Nginx is reportedly the most popular web server that powers the top-1000 websites on the Internet, and that is for a good reason. Built under the event-driven architecture, Nginx was designed with scalability in mind from day one. With its ability to sustain 10K concurrent connections with...

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Open Source Libferris: Chasing the "Everything is a File System" Dream

The libferris project aims to provide a single file system interface for all data. I have been advancing libferris towards that goal over the last ten years. Over that time, libferris has gained support for mounting relational databases, physical devices like printers, webcams, and scanners, composite files like Berkeley DB and XML files, applications like Amarok, Firefox, emacs, pulseaudio, XWindow, dbus, and evolution, and more recently web services like GDrive, YouTube, Vimeo, Flickr, as well as many other things. I have some examples of command line use of some of these features here.

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