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Saturday, September 26, 2009

How To Install Dropbox

Installing Dropbox

To be able to install Dropbox on your favorite linux follow the steps below:

1.Make sure your PC has been connected to the internet. Download package Nautilus - Dropbox in Choose the package according to the distro linux you are using. In this example we use Ubuntu 9.04 

2.Install Nautilus-Dropbox package in accordance with the existing distribution you have.
Simply double click the file and install the package using gDebi assistance. Or the other way

            2.1 Move Dropbox file you've downloaded it to / tmp folder

                 # mv  nautilus-dropbox_0.6.1_i386_ubuntu_9.04.deb /tmp

            2.2 Install the package

                  # cd / tmp

                  # dpkg-i nautilus-dropbox_0.6.1_i386_ubuntu_9.04.deb

           2.3 Finished

3.After the installation is finished, logout of the desktop and login again. On the menu bar, click the right icon Dropbox, then select start Dropbox.Tak long after the download intaller Dropbox will soon take place, wait until the download is complete.

4.Finished downloading all the files needed to run the Dropbox, will appear wizard that guides you to create a Dropbox account. because we have not Dropbox has an account, select "I'm new to Dropbox". Fill in your e-mail as username and password to log in to your Dropbox. Follow the wizard next until the process is complete.


5.Once the account is complete, will create a Dropbox working directory by default located in the directory "Home / User / Dropbox.

6.Besides can see the status of the Nautilus file manager, you can also see Dropbox account status from the Web interface. Way, right click the icon Dropbox / Web Interface

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Friday, September 25, 2009

Online file storage with Dropbox

        For those of you who used to work in a mobile, sometimes it takes a file service hosting which can be accessed anywhere. It's just that most of the current file hosting service just put via ftp or transfer system provided by isp side only, then, is there a service for linux users to save files as well can be used to synchronize files?

        Of course there is. For such services for linux users can using Dropbox.Dropbox are applications that can be used to store, synchronize, and share files to other users in online. simply install Dropbox on your PC or netbook, create an account Dropbox, and the files contained in the Dropbox folder will have computer immediately synchronized to the Dropbox server.

        For his version of the Free Dropbox provides storage capacity of 2 GB. If it is less you can increase your storage capacity to 50 GB to pay $ 99 per year.

        The first time you run Dropbox, you will be asked to include an email address and password that will be used to log in or synchronization to Dropbox account.From the web pages Dropbox account, you can see the file arrives been synchronized from the local Dropbox folder you.

Creator          : Dropbox Team
Website         :
Dependency   : libnautilus-extension1> -2.24, nautilus-sendto> = 1.1.0

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Thursday, September 24, 2009

Using Guide BackInTime

In short how to use BackInTime are as follows:

1.On the start page will appear BackInTime some important parameters to fill tone, such as where you will store the results of a snapshot, what directories that you want to Back-up and how long the time interval snapshot will be made

2.On what parameters to save, navigate to the directory where you want to make its snapshot, and the parameters of where to save snapshots, point the directory where You will also save the  results snapshot.Specify interval snapshots of desired. For example, the directory you want to make a snapshot is / home / gugum / Document, and back-up directory is saved to / home / gugum / BACKUP.snapshot process will start depending on the time interval you specify.

3.After doing the above steps, you'll go to the main page BackInTime, this page consists of three parts, namely Timeline, Places, and Name. In the Timeline you will see a list of snapshots that have been done. In Places page, you can see the location of the directory on the system, and the page name, you can view a list of files contained on the system.

4.In the example snapshot process has been running for some time. In this instance the author want to restore the snapshot data directory / home / gugum / Document what happened at 2009-08-05 15:10:06. To restore the data, simply click on the Timeline snapshot in question, then click the restore button located on the set of icon in the upper right corner.

5.To see the difference between the snapshot, click the snapshot button located at the  collection icon in the upper right corner. From the list of available snapshots, you can select the list of snapshots to compare, then click the jump to for immediately see the comparison.

6.To change the list of other directories that want to make a snapshot, click the icon setting located in the upper left corner of the icon collection. From the settings page, you can add the directory you want created and then click Add.

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Friday, September 18, 2009

Easy Back-Up Data With BackInTime

   Application known as the Time Machine backup application that pulled data in Mac Os X linux platform, there have been  Back in Time Applications, which has functionality such as Back in Time.

  Back In Time is a Back-Up applications simple to get GNOME-based inspiration from the project-Up Time Vault.Back done by taking all included file changes on a directory to be in the Back-Up.

  The first time running the application, you will be asked which directory to be in Back-Up, and which will put a snapshot interval also required for Back-Up.And then, the snapshot will be held on intervals have been determined.

  After some time, you can see the snapshot that has been going on Timeline section, to perform the restore files, click the icon located Snapshot on the menu top right to compare the beginning of the file changes with the files in snapshot in time of need, after that live copy of the file changes which who want restored.

Download Back In Time Here

Various kinds of Back-Up Applications for Linux

AMANDA           (
BackupPC         (
BackInTime      (
DAR                 (
duplicity           (
rsync                (
TimeVault         (https:// / timevault)



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Thursday, September 17, 2009

Mandriva 2009.1 (Spring)

        For distributions with desktop display is very attractive.'s Latest release mandriva distro much awaited by the pengguna.sesudah six months after the release of Mandriva 2009, on 29 April 2009 re-release the mandriva version the latest Mandriva 2009.1. Mandriva 2009.1 with a code name Spring, has included a number of improvements version of the application from old version such as kernel 2.6.29 , 7.4, OpenOffice.Org 4.0.1, XFCE 4.6, QT Gnome cretor and 2:26.

         The latest release of Mandriva 2009.1 also has included support for default against EXT4.Untuk default filesystem used desktop, Mandriva 2009.1 using KDE 4.22. Left boot distro Mandriva 2009.1 also faster with using mkinitrd and increase in service use Speeedboot. Mandriva 2009.1 itself released into the version 3, One Edition, PowerPack Edition, Free Edition from mndriva 209.1 can be downloaded for free from the site.whereas for PowerPack Edition version can be ordered from a price of $ 89.

To get mandiva 2009.1 (Spring) click here
For installation click here

Specifications Mandriva 2009.1 (SPRING)

Kernel        :
Office        : OpenOffice.Org 3.0.1
Desktop     : KDE 4.2.2, Gnome 2.26.0
Graphics    : GIMP 2.6.6
Multimedia : Amarok 2.0.2, Dragon Player, KSCD
Internet      : Firefox 3:08, FileZilla 3.2.3
Website     :


Procesor         : Pentium IV Class,Any Intel, AMD or VIA processor.
Harddisk         : 15 GB
Memory          : 384 MB ,1 GB recommended.
Video card      :nVidia, ATI, Intel, SiS, Matrox, VIA. 
Sound card      :Any Sound Blaster, AC97 or HDA compatible card

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Linux Mint 7 (Gloria)

        Linux Mint is known as one of the Ubuntu derivative distributions quite well known and have enough users. After Ubuntu 9.04 released, on the 26th May 2009 The team then re-released Linux Mint latest version, the linux mint 7. In this latest version, Linux Mint has the latest features included an increase of linux mint-made applications and the inclusion of the latest version of a number of apliasi among others, 2:26 GNOME, GIMP 2.6.6, Firefox 3.0.10, and 2.5.5 and Pidgin 3.0.1
       For linux Mint-made applications, such as mintMenu, mintInstall.mintUpdate, and MintUPload, also has experienced a number of fixes and improvements function. display image as wallpaper, icons, themes, etc., also appear more attractive and more fresh. Stages of the installation process Linux Mint 7 also did not differ greatly with the installation process Ubuntu 9.0 There are only 7 stages, starting from the early stages of the configuration until installation process is complete.After release installed, you can immediately enjoy the Mint desktop very charming. 
      For installation Linux Mint 7 Click Here .

Specifications Linux Mint 7

Website    :
Kernel       :2.6.28-11
Office       : OpenOffice.Org 3.0.1
Desktop     : GNOME 2.26.1
Multimedia : MPLyaer1, 0. Totem 2.26.1, Rhythembox 0.12.0
Internet      : Firefox 3.0.10, Pidgin 2.5.5, Tranmiussion 1.5.1


Processor: Pentium IV Class
Harddisk : 15 GB
Memory  : 384 MB
Desktop :
File Browser :
Clem File Browser :
 Mint Install :
Control Center :
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Saturday, September 12, 2009

Sabily 9.04

      Month of Ramadhan now has come. Computing activities during ramadhan month, as much as maybe not to reduce the value of worship. to support religious activities  during the month of Ramadhan a good idea to use the distribution sabily 9.04.

      Distro formerly Muslim edubuntu edition (Ubuntu ME) this is made  9.04 ubuntu-based distro, distro name changed to the name sabily 9.04 . a sabily release code name "Taibah". With a nuanced view of Islamic desktop, sabily 9.04 used as distributions for the month of application ramadhan.kind of islamic applications also been included in this distribution.

      Some of them, Zekr 0.7.2, minbar 0.2.1, Monajat 1.1-0, Thwab 2.2.3,  Hijra 0.1.18 , Ohan Quran Browser and WebStrict. For the release itself, sabily 9.04 version 3 was released into the small version (935 MB), Full Version (1.4 GB), and Full Version with recitations (2.8 GB).

Specifications Sabily 9.04

Kernel                     : 2.6.28-11
Ofiice                      : OpenOfiice.ORg 3.0.1
Desktop                   : Gnome 2.26.1
Internet                   : Firefox 3.0, Pidgin 2.5.5, Tranmission 1:51
Islamic applications   : Zekr 0.7.2, minbar r0.2.1, Monajat 1.1
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Ubuntu Netbook Remix 9.04

Special distributions for netbook users 

     Slowly but certainly the notebook users have been moved into netbook users. because of this in addition to getting affordable price, netbooks also has lighter weight compared notebooks, so that we can take the easy and light.

    From the ranks of disrto aimed at netbook users, Distro ubuntu netbook remix 9.04 (9.04 UNR) can be presented as the best one option. UNR 9.04 is a derivative of ubuntu 9.04 a modified and has been on optimizing netbook device

     One of the biggest differences between ubuntu and UNR is located on the main menu.If on the main menu ubuntu 9.04 made in the form of dropdown  at 9.04 UNR main menu is located precisely at the beginning of this page menu.Menu page  divided into 3 parts of an  application category, a list of applications and file explorer.To install UNR 9.04 is the same way by installing ubuntu 9.04 no different.

To install UNR 9.04 click here
To Get Ubuntu netbook remix 9.04 click here

Specifications UNR 9.04

Kernel         : 2.6.28-11
Ofiice          :
Desktop       : Gnome 2.26.0
Multimedia   : Rhythembox 0.12.0, 2.26.1 totem, VLC
Internet       : Firefox 3.0.8, Evolution 2.26.1, Pidgin 2.5.5
Graphics      : GIMP 2.6.6, F-Spot 0.5.0
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Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy for

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These third-party ad servers or ad networks use technology to the advertisements and links that appear on send directly to your browsers. They automatically receive your IP address when this occurs. Other technologies ( such as cookies, JavaScript, or Web Beacons ) may also be used by the third-party ad networks to measure the effectiveness of their advertisements and / or to personalize the advertising content that you see. has no access to or control over these cookies that are used by third-party advertisers.

You should consult the respective privacy policies of these third-party ad servers for more detailed information on their practices as well as for instructions about how to opt-out of certain practices. privacy policy does not apply to, and we cannot control the activities of, such other advertisers or web sites.

If you wish to disable cookies, you may do so through your individual browser options. More detailed information about cookie management with specific web browsers can be found at the browsers' respective websites.
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Monday, September 7, 2009

Debian / Ubuntu Cheat-Sheet

           lists typical commands that are commonly used day-to-day in Ubuntu, along with popular command options. It’s only a brief list, and emphasis is placed on file manipulation commands.
Useful day‐to‐day commands.

Command Description

ls List files and folders.
Typical example: ls ‐l

‐l : Long listing (show permissions, ownerships etc.)
‐a : Show all files, including hidden files
‐h : Show KB, MB etc., rather than bytes

cd Change folder
Type cd .. to change to parent folder.
Typical example: cd Documents

cp Copy file or folder
first specify file (and path if necessary),then specify destination.Typical example: 
cp myfile.doc Desktop/
‐r : Copy folders too, including contents (otherwise
folders will be ignored)

mv Move file or folder
can also be used to rename files/folders if a new destination isn’t specified. Note that, unlike cp, it is not necessary to specify the ‐r option in order to move folders.

Typical example: (moving): mv myfile.doc Desktop/
Typical example: (renaming): mv old.doc new.doc

rm Delete file(s) or folder(s)
multiple files/folders can be specified.

Typical example: rm –rf myfolder

‐r : Delete folder; must be used if a folder is to be deleted
‐f : Force deletion; don’t prompt user for confirmation
when deleting (useful when deleting lots of folders, but must be used with care)
ln Create a link to a file (similar to a shortcut under Windows)
first specify the file (including path if necessary), and then the location where the link should be created. A different filename may be specified for the new link.

Typical example: ln –s myfile.doc ~/Desktop/

‐s : Create symbolic link, rather than hard link. In nearly all situations, a symbolic link is preferable, making this practically a prerequisite command option less Open specified plain text file in a viewer (use cursor keys to scroll; hit Q to quit). Useful for viewing configuration files.

Typical example: less myfile.txt

df Show amount of free disk space on all attached filesystems.

Typical example: df –h
‐h : Show KB, MB, GB etc. rather than bytes

free Show amount of free memory.

Typical example: free –mt
‐m : Show output in megabytes, rather than kilobytes
‐g : Show output in gigabytes
‐t : Show totals column

grep Search through specified file for a word or phrase. First,specify the phrase, and then the file to be searched through.

Typical example: grep –i wireless myfile.txt

‐i : Ignore upper/lowercase when searching

man View the manual (man) page for specified command. A man page is built-in technical documentation—see Appendix B.

Typical example: man ls

nano Simple text editor that’s ideal for creating, editing or viewing files (particularly configuration files); hit Ctrl+J to re-justify current line should you create a line-break during editing.

Typical example: sudo nano /etc/fstab
umount Unmount attached storage device. Not a typo! The command is umount and not unmount. Needs root powers. Specify the mount point.

Typical example: sudo umount /media/cdrom

locate Find specified file
relies on a background database that is periodically and automatically updated. The database can be manually updated by typing the sudo updatedb command.

Typical example: locate filename.doc
‐i : Ignore upper/lowercase when searching
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Saturday, September 5, 2009

Recover a damaged desktop

           If you’ve been tweaking your system to the point of breaking, and find that the GNOME desktop no longer appears when you attempt to login,click the Options button on the login screen, and click Select Session.

            Next select Failsafe GNOME and click Change Session. Then login as usual.From here you should be able to repair your desktop or possibly even use the Users and Groups program to create a new account to use in future (nothing like a fresh start, eh?).
           If that doesn’t work, you can try deleting your GNOME desktop configuration files and starting again. This is possible because, if GNOME doesn’t find configuration files where they should be, it will automatically create some afresh. Deleting these files is very radical because it will delete all your desktop settings, plus those for GNOME applications (although your Evolution mail and account settings will remain because they’re stored in the .evolution folder). However, if you have no other choice...

Log out of the desktop and then switch to a new virtual console ( Ctrl + Alt + F2 ).
Then login and type the following:

$ rm -rf .gnome-2

Then switch back to GUI mode ( Ctrl + Alt + F7 ) and login as usual.
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Kill a crashed GUI

             This is an oldie but worth mentioning in case you don’t know. To kill the GUI, for whatever reason, such as a crash, hit Ctrl + Alt + Backspace .There’s no warning dialog boxes when you do this—any open applications will be terminated, and data lost. You’ll be returned to the GNOME login screen, where you can login afresh.If you’re working on a virtual console and want to kill the GUI for any reason, typing the following will kill GNOME Display Manager (gdm), which “owns” the desktop processes:

$ sudo killall gdm

To get the GUI back following this, start gdm again:

$ sudo gdm
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Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Ubuntu 9.04 LiveUSB

For the installation ubuntu 9.04 needs netbook devices or for users who want to install Ubuntu 9.04 via USB, you can easily create Install ubuntu LiveUSB 9.04.
1.In addition to the installation needs at netbook device, you can also used as LiveUSB 9.04 ubuntu is to rescue the system.

2.For make LiveUSB install ubuntu 9.04, from the menu bar select system >Administration>Create a USB startup disk.Previous entries UFD 1GB size or more and has been formatted to FAT32 file system, to make formatting UFD look at the label and click Format USB.

3.After successfully entering the validation, the page will appear Make USB Startup Disk, if you run an application after installing ubuntu, click on the button Other, then navigate to the location where you save the Ubuntu iso file 9.04.After all OK, click Make Startup Disk to immediately make LiveUSB Ubuntu 9.04.

4.wait for few moments, and the process of making LiveUSB Ubuntu 9.04 will be progress
Ubuntu LiveUSB

5.Ubuntu LiveUSB making process is complete, click Quit, and tests, this LiveUSB Run to reboot your computer and change the order of First Boot BIOS from a USB.

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