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Power Up Linux GUI Apps

Save time and gain functionality by starting your GUI apps from the command line.
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Converting HTML to Pdf Using Python and Qt

In my recent project I wanted to convert the HTML page to Pdf. There are many HTML to Pdf convertion libraries available like tcpdf, fpdf (doesnt convert HTML to Pdf) in PHP. Tried using tcpdf for some time but it was very limited.

Then decided why not utilize Webkit. Webkit is a part of Qt library too. We then started looking at PyQT. And it works really well :)

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Linux Data Recovery Using \'myrescue\' Utility

In Linux operating system, myrescue is an utility to retrieve still-readable information from damaged hard drive. This Linux Data Recovery tool is similar to the dd_rescue, however it attempts to quickly get out of corrupted area to handle undamaged part first. After extracting data from the undamaged area, the utility then returns to the damaged area and tries to fix it.

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The Top 7 Best Linux Distributions for You

One of the most popular questions received at Linux.com are variants of one simple query: "what's the best Linux distribution for me?" To help users discover the Linux distribution that's best for them, this resource will definitively list the best candidates for the various types of Linux users to try.

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Severe Data Loss in Linux Upon Running fsck on Mounted File System

Are you unable to mount your Linux hard drive volume? The problem could be due to corruption the Linux hard drive data structures. To sort out such problems, Linux provides fsck utility. It is a command-line utility, which checks integrity and consistency of Linux file system, finds errors, and tries to fix them. However, in case if you run this utility on a mounted or online file system, you may come across catastrophic data loss situations. At this point, you need to carry out Linux Data Recovery to get your valuable data back.

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