Monthly Archives: June 2013

How to capture video in Linux

Just use Cheese. It captures video from your web cam, TV tuner and save it as uncompressed OGV. You can compress it later using ffmpeg. You can also capture still images with Cheese. For Cheese to work, you may need … Continue reading

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How To Download and Install “Google Web Fonts” In Linux

Many large-hearted font designers have made their fonts freely available on the Web. Google has collected the fonts and is hosting them at http://www.google.com/fonts. People mistakenly refer to them as Google Web Fonts. BTW, Google is showing its age. The … Continue reading

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How To Convert EML File To Mbox Format In Linux and Import It Into ThunderBird and Seamonkey

Make Seamonkey import EML files. Let me preface this with a disclaimer that this tip has not been tested in Thunderbird. I use Seamonkey, which is based on Thunderbird. So, I assume the trick works in Thurnderbird too. In several … Continue reading

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