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cURL – Split a file and download simultaneously from multiple locations cURL is a command line tool for transferring files with URL syntax. It supports FTP, FTPS, HTTP, HTTPS, SCP, SFTP, TFTP, TELNET, DICT, LDAP, LDAPS and FILE protocols. With cURL, you can stop a download and then at a later stage, resume from where you left off. This is a great boon for downloading large files. Here is a tip to split a large file and download it simultaneously from multiple locations. This is especially useful where you are downloading an ISO image of a Linux distribution but the server from which you download the ISO file has throttled the bandwidth. In this case, you can use curl to download different parts of the ISO image from alternate servers thus circumventing the throttling issue. As an example, I will show you how to download Ubuntu 8.10 Linux distribution ISO using curl and the above mentioned trick. Step One Identify the download mirrors from the Ubuntu website. Step Two --range option retrieves a byte range in the first three cases 199.99 MB of the file. Step Three

Create a Cool Website with Fancy Scrolling Effects I’m sure we’re all familiar with the popular parallax effect in web design. It has become a great tool to create a fun browsing experience that responds to the user’s controls as they scroll up and down the page. In this tutorial we’ll use a couple of readily available jQuery plugins to quickly put together a cool little single page website of our own, complete with fancy scrolling effects. This tutorial will be a walkthrough of my design process for a simple portal site that presents all of my websites and social profiles. Each website has its own individual section in a series of ‘slides’ laid out vertically. View the final fancy scrolling website Before jumping into any code flesh out your design in Photoshop and develop each individual slide. Begin exporting all the required imagery ready for creating the design in HTML and CSS. In some sections of my design I use a large background image. <! Create a simple HTML document and add an unordered list to the body.

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Fancy Scrolling Sites In the last year or so, there's been enough sites that do fancy things when you scroll down that it's kind of a trend. I thought I'd blog it, you know, for the sake of history. By "fancy things" I mean something happens when scrolling down besides the site scrolling down. Elements might move around in unexpected ways or change their size/shape/color/content in some way. It's easier to just experience some of these yourself than listen to me try to fumble through explaining it. These screenshots also don't do much justice. So how do they do that? JavaScript. Know any others? Add them in the comments. Share On SparkleShare - Sharing work made easy

SparkleShare – Un clone de Dropbox open source qui fonctionne ! Bon on commence tôt ce matin, car j'ai enfin trouvé un remplaçant open source qui fonctionne et qui roxx à Dropbox ! Merci MrBoo ! L'outil s'appelle SparkleShare et va vous permettre enfin de synchroniser vos documents entre plusieurs ordinateurs, en utilisant votre propre serveur. Pour fonctionne SparkleShare a besoin d'un serveur Git. Comme j'ai un serveur chez OVH qui ne sert pas à grand chose, avec un bon paquet de place dessus, j'ai fait un petit test. sudo apt-get install git-core openssh-server Ensuite, il suffit d'initialiser un dépôt : git init --bare MON_DEPOT.git Après, c'est au niveau de SSH que ça se passe. Une fois la clé SSH en place, il suffit de lancer SparkleShare et de saisir les infos relative au serveur ou à votre compte Github, Gnome...etc SparkleShare se loge ensuite dans votre barre des tâches et vous propose d'accéder à un répertoire sur votre ordinateur où chaque fichier que vous placerez dedans sera automatiquement synchronisé avec le serveur Git. Tout est ici !

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