I recently shifted to Linux from Windows XP operating system. I need a Linux text editor for editing my text. I searched on search engines but they show irrelevant results.
I need response from a Linux user. Suggest me the recommended best text editor for Linux platform.
I am recently transferred from XP to Linux. I am searching for a tag editor for Linux. I did not find any better software. I already used mp3tag on my Windows system. I want to linux display m4v tags. Any tips and ideas are welcomed. Waiting for the quick reply.
I am a new user of Linux operating system. I want to detect that a process is using TCP port or UDP port. Is it able to trace what port is being used in any process? I want to find out the information on AiX. Can aix identify udp port? Please tell me step by step process to do this. Any idea and suggestion are highly welcomed. Waiting for a prompt and positive response.
We have a Sonic Wall Firewall and I would like to add disturbance detection on the network. The principal of the company is asking about is there is any options that sit between the Firewall and network. We have the Sonic Wall subscribed to per-year licensing and I'm worried that will this activity slow down the Firewall performance.
Any ideas for a Linux based intrusion detection option which doesn’t require being configured as a Firewall.
I am new to Linux. I want to install an open office in my system. For my Linux I am looking for the best Open Office. Tell me the best available open offices for Linux and anyone have an idea about rs232 open office Linux?
I'm looking for a sample code that will allow calling of connect : direct command. It should be able to do so from within the shell. Do you have any suggestions ? Help me out please.
I am working online with clients from different countries. I always have to check the time of the respective client’s country before calling him. I want to see multiple clocks on my desktop to save my time. I have done this before on windows 7. But now I have to do it on Linux. I don’t know how Linux displays multiple time zones. If anyone has the better solutions then share it with me. It would be very helpful for me.
I am in great need of some Linux supported downloadable web spiders. I tried to find out some, but I'm not sure at all about there performance. If it's not free to download I'm ready to pay. But I need good performance.