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Introduction This FAQ is aimed at Linux novices. People always wonder how much swap they should create at install time, or after installing they may think, "have I made a large enough swap? Should I reinstall with a larger swap?"
Many users think that gedit – the default text editor for the GNOME desktop environment – is a simple editor that can only do some basic editing. In reality, there is more to gedit than meets the eye. It has many features that makes it a good choice for programmers: syntax highlighting, auto indentation, bracket matching, etc. But perhaps the most important feature of gedit is its powerful plugin system.
Koncerny medialne skupiają się na tym, by serwowane przez nie treści, były trudne do przechwycenia. Różnego rodzaju zabezpieczenia sprawiają, że również uruchomienie całości na Ubuntu nie jest tak proste, jak włączenie filmiku na YouTube. W nie więcej niż 10 minut można jednak sprawić, by nasz Linux poradził sobie z najpopularniejszymi platformami. A zatem, do dzieła :) Silverlight problemem, XBMC pomoże TVN Player bez problemu uruchomić można na telefonie czy tablecie z Androidem lub iOS. Na Windowsie całość odpalić da się jeszcze łatwiej, bo z poziomu przeglądarki internetowej (wymagany Silverlight).
Cracking WEP, WPA-PSK and WPA2-PSK wireless security using aircrack-ng 2008.11.21 10:53 by Philip Keywords: aircrack , Wireless , Wi-Fi , WPA , WEP , WPA2 , NIC , hash , wordlist , security , SSID , channel , crack , hack , reaver , WPS , vulnerability Introduction With the popularity of wireless networks and mobile computing, an overall understanding of common security issues has become not only relevant, but very necessary for both home/SOHO users and IT professionals alike. This article is aimed at illustrating current security flaws in WEP /WPA/WPA2.
Since the dawn of time, geeks have been playing harmless pranks on their beloved (but unsuspecting) associates, and it's up to all of us to carry the torch forward. On the eve of April Fools' Day, when you've got local network access to your coworkers' and family systems, cubicles just crying out to be filled with packing peanuts, and webapps that can do all sorts of things automatically, there's no better time to baffle, confuse, perplex, and just plain mess with your loved ones and associates. Hit the jump for our top 10 favorite harmless geek pranks, just in time to get your prankster pistons firing for tomorrow. Update : Some of these tips are a bit outdated, or don't work anymore, so we've written an all-new post with more great pranks here ! 10.
A while back I wrote a post on how to remove old kernels from your Ubuntu system . While that process works just fine, it is a four step process. One person who read that post left a comment with a nice command line one-liner that removes all but the currently running kernel. And while that one-liner works quite well, I must admit that I don't understand all the regular expressions used in it, so I decided to try and come up with my own one-liner to remove the old kernels from my system.
Once in a while, you may want to do some maintenance on your Ubuntu machine and clean up unnecessary files that are chunking up large storage space in your hard disk. Here are 8 ways that you can use to clean up your Ubuntu: 1) Analyze your disk usage The first thing that you need to do is to find out which files are consuming the large bulk of the storage space in your hard disk. Go to Applications->Accessories->Disk Usage Analyzer and click on the Scan Filesystem at the top to get it to analyze your disk usage pattern. You will be able to see instantly which files/folders are taking up the bulk.
Photo by Sighthound Power saving is a hot topic for laptop users who need to get things done when they are on the move and running on limited battery energy. Here is a list of smart Linux tricks to save battery power. According to Less Watts.org , the leading source for power saving tips on Linux, the following components of our computer consumes most of our battery life and we can lengthen our battery life by tweaking them: 1.
Android can decode H.263 and H.264 video and AAC audio using MPEG-4 and 3GP containers. Android 2.3 and higher can play WebM files. While WebM is an open and patent-free format, H.264 is often still preferred for backwards compatibility and hardware acceleration on existing hardware. If your source is a DVD, skip to HandBrake section The Arista Transcoder is an extremely easy-to-use application that uses GStreamer to convert nearly any video format to Preset output formats. There are a number of Presets for specific Android devices, creating files that are the highest-possible quality supported by the device (normally H.264/AAC at the screen resolution of the device).