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23 March

[Free Software] Play Flash Movie in Linux

“How to play file with extension swf in Linux?” I think that question often asked when someone using Linux. Maybe you have a presentation file with extension swf and you want to play that file in your linux PC. Now, you don’t have to install wine + Adobe Flash to play the file with extension swf. Read the rest of this entry »

For Mint users, a new version of Linux Mint has released.  And of course it come with many improvement and new features. There are three ways to install Felicia into your computer. You can download the iso and then doing fresh install, or maybe you prefer upgrade your Elyssa to Felicia, or you like install Linux Mint without create any partition with Mint4win. Read the rest of this entry »

For debian or ubuntu or linux mint users, apt is a powerful tool to install program/package into their system. But in order to work properly, apt must be configured. Especially from where did it obtain software package.So you must edit your sources.list file that usually exists in /etc/apt directory.

APT can obtain software packages from many types of repository like web server, ftp server, file system or cd-rom. So, it’s your job to configure apt so that it knows where to download software packages. You can add many repository in single sources.list file. Maybe you want download software packages from ubuntu mirror site and CD, or maybe from many mirror. You can add each repository in a single line in sources.list file. Read the tutorial.