Ubuntu Xenial Xerus have a problem with memory

Ubuntu 16.04 LTS  Xenial Xerus takes several months between us and since its launch a few things have changed for the better: the system has largely stabilized and some of the most annoying bugs have been solved via update. But there is one in particular that does not progress and respect to excessive memory consumption. […]

SSH login without password

You want to use Linux and OpenSSH to automate your tasks. Therefore you need an automatic login from host A / user a to Host B / user b. You don’t want to enter any passwords, because you want to call ssh from a within a shell script.   First log in on A as […]

The compression algorithm Brotli in Chrome and Firefox

Good news for those waiting compression algorithm Brotli launch and integration in Chrome: Soon Internet browser can be faster and consume less electricity from the battery can be used when the smartphone. Brotli can be more efficient, with up to 26% to the current compression algorithm, Zopfli and better data compression means that web pages […]

Linux: How To Use RVM to Manage Ruby

Ruby is a very popular programming language that has Ruby on Rails, or RoR, is a popular development framework that allows you to easily get your application up and running with minimal hassle. Developing applications often times requires that you emulate different environments. Different versions of Ruby may be necessary for different projects. With conventional […]

How To Install Ruby on Rails on Linux Mint 17.3

Ruby on Rails is one of the most popular application stacks for developers wishing to create sites and web apps. The Ruby programming language, coupled with the Rails development framework, makes app development simple. Since Ruby on Rails doesn’t come in a neatly packaged format, getting the framework installed used to be one of the […]

Puritanism, moralize, censorship and other social network burdens

Let’s talk about censorship in social networks, not censorship from governments or other power bodies, but the censorship imposed by the networks themselves through their terms of use, or better I must say, through the interpretation of those terms, because actually they are often so vague and general that leave in the hands of each […]

Create a Google Account without Gmail email

If you want to use some Google services like Google+, Drive, Calendadario, Keep or Google Play you can do no see forced to use a Gmail account. It’s interesting to notice That the only Google service That Uses the new form and lets you use your own email address is Google Drive. You just click […]

Spies and watchmen

A new publication by Wikileaks shows how new technologies massive spying all possible barriers violate the right to privacy. It is the publication of 200 documents about eighty private industry companies espionage and show that the new technologies allow real time spy communications of millions of people. Hidden Programs (or “passive”, in the jargon) that […]

BlueGriffon: New WYSIWYG content editor for the WWW

Powered by Gecko, the rendering engine of Firefox, it’s a modern and robust solution to edit Web pages in conformance to the latest Web Standards. It’s free to download (current stable version is 1.7) and is available on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. Because Gecko lives inside BlueGriffon, the document you edit will look […]

Linux in undeveloped countries

Open-source software, or more precisely the FLOSS (Free and Libre Open Source Software) is arguably one of the best gifts the 20th century had presented us with. With the turn of the century, we continued to nurture this gift, and polish it more and more. A vast array of open-source software arose from our collective […]