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How to Install Adobe Flash Player on Ubuntu 15.04

Thursday 30th of April 2015 02:56:56 PM
Adobe Flash player is important plugin that allows our web browsers to play multimedia contents like audio & videos streaming, flash based games and other rich media stuff.

How to Install Adobe Flash Player on Ubuntu 15.04

Thursday 30th of April 2015 02:56:56 PM
Adobe Flash player is important plugin that allows our web browsers to play multimedia contents like audio & videos streaming, flash based games and other rich media stuff.

New Debian leader wants to improve communications

Thursday 30th of April 2015 01:59:45 PM
The last two people to lead the Debian GNU/Linux project have had a pleasant task first up – presiding over a new release. Back in 2013, Lucas Nussbaum was hardly a month old in the job when Wheezy was released. And this month, Neil McGovern took over on 17 April and saw version 8.0, otherwise known as Jessie, released eight days later.

How an open standard API could revolutionize banking

Thursday 30th of April 2015 01:02:34 PM
The United Kingdom government has commissioned a study of the feasibility of UK banks giving customers the ability to share their transactional data with third parties via an open standard API. First mentioned alongside the autumn statement back in December, the chancellor has now outlined plans for a mandatory open banking API standard during the recent budget in March.read more

Shell Scripting Part 2: Accepting Inputs and Performing Shell Arithmetic

Thursday 30th of April 2015 12:05:23 PM
This article is the second part of the Howtoforge shell scripting tutorial series. By this time, I assume that you have read the first part of the series and know how to create a simple script and execute it. In the second part, you will learn how accept inputs from the user and process them through shell scripting.

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