» convert encoding with iconv August 24th, 2007 Most Unix-like systems are equipped with a powerful program called iconv . This program enables you to convert any file from virtually any encoding to another. The syntax of the command is as follows: iconv -f from-encoding -t to-encoding input-file For example, this command
Cloning a hard drive is useful, but what if you have to make several copies, or you just want to make a complete backup of a hard drive? Drive images let you put everything, and we mean everything, from your hard drive in one big file. With an Ubuntu Live CD, this is a simple process – the versatile tool dd can do this for us right out of the box. We’ve used dd to clone a hard drive before. Make a Drive Image Using an Ubuntu Live CD
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Configure Samba Sharing between Ubuntu and Windows (Screenshot Tour) ~ Noobs on Ubuntu and Windows, HD Wallpapers, Tutorials Install Samba on Ubuntu 12.04/11.10/11.04/10.10/10.04/Linux Mint/other Distro's and share files with samba from Ubuntu to Windows and Windows to Ubuntu I wrote tutorials on samba sometime ago but some peoples found that is not useful for them or the method couldn't work properly for them, I also made video on samba sharing. Now I made complete tutorial on samba configuration to share you data from Ubuntu to Windows and also Windows to Ubuntu, Its mean you can access your Ubuntu shared data from Windows and Windows Shared data from Linux Ubuntu with/without permissions. Permission is up to you, if you want to set permission or not. Install Samba on Ubuntu/Linux Mint open Terminal (Press Ctrl+Alt+T ) and copy the following commands in the Terminal: sudo apt-get install samba samba-common sudo apt-get install python-glade2 sudo apt-get install system-config-samba
Using Eclipse as Node Applications Debugger · joyent/node Wiki Eclipse debugger plugin for V8 can be easily used to debug node scripts. (On OSX 10.5 the plugin requires an Eclipse 64 bit Version, started with Java SE 6). The V8 engine provides debugging support by enabling attachment of the remote debugger on a TCP port (5858 is node’s default).
Update IP addresses at dynamic DNS services Using ddclient If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed and if you have questions related to your ubuntu system post question to our forums . Thanks for visiting! If you are using zoneedit.com or dyndns.org for your DNS service so that you can access your server using a URL, then you might have to update your DNS record at the service periodically whenever the IP address of your computer changes.Now here is simple solution for this ddclient. Update IP addresses at dynamic DNS services.A perl based client to update your dynamic IP address at DynDNS.com (or other dynamic DNS services such as Hammernode, Zoneedit or EasyDNS), thus allowing you and others to use a fixed hostname (myhost.dyndns.org) to access your machine. This client supports both the dynamic and (near) static services, MX setting, and alternative host.
remember to configure configuration file based on this sample: https://www.dnsdynamic.org/api.php by May 10
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