How to add Google search to your website

As you know Geeksweb.eu.org has customized Google search which means that Google search algorithm is used for searching posts/keywords in the website. Google search is much more efficient in comparison with the default WordPress search. In this post I demonstrate about how to add customized Google search bar to your … Continue Reading →


Introducing some useful web applications

Web applications are becoming so popular undoubtedly and widely used with great technology improvements in recent years and also web 2.0. Now, a user does not need to install all types of the applications for his daily use, he can access to wide range of them online especially when user … Continue Reading →


Using Tar, Zip, Unzip, Rar and Unrar commands in Linux

File compression, decompression is the one of the most common and crucial task in every computer. The main goal of this post is to demonstrate how to work with compression commands in Linux terminal (console). Therefore, four commands will be discussed. In fact, more commands are available for doing compression … Continue Reading →


Basic Git/GitHub commands

Introduction Simply GitHub can be defined as a web-based hosting service which is used for software development project especially Free and Open source projects. In other words, GitHub is like a host for software projects that allows various development teams or company upload their project their and ask their developers … Continue Reading →


How to add CLASSPATH for jar files in Java in Ubuntu

When you do Java programming sometimes it happens that you need to add extra libraries to your application. In order to add those libraries you need to manipulate your CLASSPATH of Java programming language. Simply, CLASSPATH refers to the jar files libraries and this post shows “How to add classpath … Continue Reading →


Most used and handy Linux commands (part_2)

Longtime ago in a post I introduced 10 first basic Linux command and there I mentioned that the tutorial would be published in series. Now this post is the second part of that series which is named “Most used and handy Linux commands part_2”. In this post I introduced ten … Continue Reading →


How to install WordPress on Ubuntu

Possibly, it happens for many bloggers and website managers are working with WordPress intend to design or test their works on localhost. In this post I explain about how to install WordPress on Ubuntu. First of all you need to install and configure AMP (Apache, MySQL, PHP) on Ubuntu and … Continue Reading →


Validate your website in W3

When you design website you should always keep in your mind that website follows standards and it is compatible with all browsers, devices such as mobile phones, tablets and so on. The best way to realize that is your website built based on standards is to check or validate it … Continue Reading →


Text to speech for Linux

Today, while I was reading a huge PDF when I was exhausted, suddenly something has lighten up into my mind. I thought about having an application to read PDF for me when I am tired and I just listen to it. Therefore, immediately, I searched on the internet and I … Continue Reading →



Image processing (Brightness algorithm)

In the last image processing post I explained about Gray mode algorithm and how to make color of a specific picture gray. This post is about brightness algorithm and demonstrates how to manipulate the brightness of the picture. Changing brightness of a picture can cause either making picture lighter in … Continue Reading →


How to install Mono on Ubuntu 12.04

In Ubuntu 12.04 Mono package has been dropped from the official repository, therefore, it is not supported by Ubuntu and users are not able to install it from Ubuntu Software Center or Synaptic by default. In addition, the latest available version on official Mono website is 2.6.0.1 but the current … Continue Reading →