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Chromebooks are quite hot now days as the big brands are offering different spec machines with Google ChromeOS installed on it. Ever wondered to give this a try?, i am sure you have that itch feeling to test this out. But wait, ChromeOS is not available to use, so what?. Long live open source.. We […]

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In Gnome we will use jmtpfs for mounting, which will do most of the jobs. So we no need to use mtpfs or install its libs. Download jmtpfs for your OS from here: http://software.opensuse.org/package/jmtpfs?search_term=jmtpfs After downloading click on the downloaded rpm file and it will automatically install it for you. After installation let’s mount the […]

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Note: This guide will work in openSUSE 12.2 as well. Share your thoughts about openSUSE 12.2 and KDE in the comments section. 1st of just make sure that libusb-1_0-0 is installed, if not just install it from terminal. Fire up terminal and become root by su – , zypper in libusb-1_0-0 libusb-1_0-devel Time to install kio-mtp. […]

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Don’t be confused about Chrome and Chromium. Both are browsers and using the same engines, then what’s the difference?, the difference is one is actively developed by open source community[Chromium] and the other is maintained and developed by Google[Chrome]. Google Chrome can say provide stable version, while Chromium is dev build version[unstable] which is stable […]

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I think, you all maybe already know about the Google recent updates which are/were rolled out to Gmail, search engine and some others. The main focus is on Gmail, the hot news is the Google Voice integration to Gmail and now you can call from Gmail to any Landline or mobile service any time from […]

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As Google unveil its Chrome OS last Thursday. The basic idea is actually great for net books, which for time being they are focusing. Check out this video for the demo.

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