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Upload Photos On Flickr With Frogr Flickr Upload Client For Linux

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Upload Photos On Flickr With Frogr Flickr Upload Client For Linux

Frogr is a Linux client for uploading photos on Flickr. Users of Flickr don't need to visit the Flickr web app to upload their favorite photos. Frogr allows you to upload photos and let you edit the photos' title, description, tags and privacy etc. It allows you to edit whatever the flickrweb app provides. Frogr is officialy for GNOME but this works fine with Unity and other desktop environment.  

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[How To] Install Intel Graphics In Ubuntu 15.04 Or Derivatives Linux OS

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Intel graphics installer for ubuntu 15.04

Intel Graphics Installer is a small and undoubtedly useful tool for installing or updating Intel graphics to get the best user experience with the Intel hardware. Intel has just released Graphics installer for Ubuntu 15.04, so now you can easily install/update Intel graphics in Intel hardware. Let's see how we can do that.

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Install Vesta on CentOS 6 – A Simple, Free, Multi-Lingual Hosting Control Panel

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Vesta is a simple yet powerful hosting control panel. Although, it does not come with a large list of features like cPanel, Plesk, Dotnet Panel etc do, but it still provides all necessary features to run a successful webhosting setup. It is absolutely free to try and use, and is available in many languages. Currently, this control panel is supported on CentOS (5,6), Debian 7, and Ubuntu (12.04, 12.10,13.04,13.10,14.04) operating systems. Here is the list of features that comes bundled with this control panel; looking at the list, you should be able to realize that all important aspects of a web hosting control panel are covered. Read More at http://linuxpitstop.com/install-vesta-on-centos-6/

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