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Wednesday, October 28, 2009

How To Running C Language on Linux

This time we will discuss how to run the C programming language in the system linux operating. We know that C is oriented programming language Objects or in other words is the OOP (Object Oriented Progaram). Language C an initial language used to create a linux kernel, so if we want to know about linux we also need to know how the linux kernel
It can be built only in C and we must know the C language itself .

Then let us now practice on your computer.

1.Open notepad that is on your linux, it's up to any kind of notepad

2.Type a simple program below into your notepad.

# include
main () (
int number = 42;
printf ( "The answer is% i \ n", number);

3.Save simple.c name in your home directory, each of us to program in C to save the exstensi *. c:

File>> Save As >> simple.c

4.Open your terminal and enter into your root system and run the command in below:

# gcc -o simple.c simple
#. / simple 

5. If successful, the terminal will show the output "The answer is 42".

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Friday, October 23, 2009

Fedora 11

Red Hat to include the latest open source technologies are developed by team, the latest release of Fedora distro to be on the test, this is what will you feel when you use the latest version of Fedora is Fedora 11 (Leonidas).

For the latest final release, Fedora 11 have included a number of versions of the technology
sibuat olwh latest redhat, such as udev, Upstart, Xen, PulseAudio, KVM and playmouth.

For business features, a number of new features included in Fedora 11 among others, when you boot it only takes 20 seconds to get to the window login, Ext4 as a default option file system, instead of Microsoft OpenChange Exchange and the inclusion RPM  4.7 installer to automatically download packages
multimedia codecs, fonts and mime.

Fedora 11 installation stage, not differ greatly with the stage version of the previous installation, Noteworthy is at the partition process, after the installation is complete, you can immediately complete desktop install Fedora with Fedora 11 extras package of  with the official Fedora download our site.


Processor           : Pentium 4 Class
Hardisk              : 15 GB
Memory             : 384 MB 


Creator       : Fedora Project  website:
Kernel         : 
OFFICE         : 3.1.0, 0.14.3 Planner
Desktop       : Gnome 2.26.1, KDE 4.2.2.
Multimedia   : Rhythmox 0.12.1, totem, amarok
Internet       : Firefox 3.5.0, Pidgin 2.5.5

Fedora Gnome :

Fedora KDE :


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Saturday, October 10, 2009

Changing OpenOffice Splash Screen Images

when we run openoffice will come openoffice splash screen image that was used we see, we may feel bored with the splash screen and want to replace with the image we want.Openoffice allows us to replace the loading image with another image that we have.

way is as follows:

1.Prepare a file format *. bmp 442x285 size, to change the size of open drawing gimp, open the image you want to resize, click image and select image resize, serelah finished intro.bmp label and store in your home folder.

2.Go to the installation directory, some distributions put in /opt/openoffice.org3/program

# cd / opt/openoffice.org3/program

3.find the file intro.bmp and we created a back-up original image in the same directory

# mv intro.bmp intro.bmp.ori

after that, move the image you have prepared with the name intro.bmp to / opt/openoffice.org3/program

# mv intro.bmp / opt/openoffice.org3/program

still in the same folder and do the following command

# Chown root: root intro.bmp


When finished it when you run openoffice will appear splash sreen or loading page with a picture that you have changed

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  1. install Dropbox On Linux
  2. What is Dropbox
  3. How to install an use Back In Time
  4. What is BackInTime
  5. Install windows on linux
  6. Organize Your Picture with Picasa
  7. Translator English-Indonesia
  8. Install cairo dock on linux
  9. Mirrored Site With Webhttrack

  1. Swith to kubuntu,edubuntu,xubuntu without installing one by one
  2. Memberi Password pada grub
  3. Giving Password on grub in ubuntu linux
  4. Rekam Desktop Dengan gtk-ReordMyDesktop
  5. Record Your Desktop With gtk-RecordMyDesktop
  6. Perubah Desktop Wallpaper otomatis
  7. Desktop Wallpaper Changer 

  1. Mandriva 2009.1 (Spring)
  2. Linux Mint 7(Gloria)
  3. Sabily 9.04
  4. Ubuntu Netbook Remix (UNR)
  5. Fedora 11
Fix Crash GUI

  1. Recover damaged desktop
  2. Recover crashed GUI
  3. How To Recover grub boot-loader after installing windows
  4. Mengembalikan Grub Loader Yang Hilang Pada Ubuntu

  1. Format USB on Linux
  2. Giving label on USB
Install Linux

  1. Install linux mint 7 (Gloria)
  2. Install OpenSuse 11.1
  3. Install Debian 5.0 (Lenny)
  4. Install Ubuntu 9.04 (Jaunty Jackalope)
Live USB

  1. Make Ubuntu 9.04 live usb
  2. Make LiveUSB linux 
  3. Membuat LiveUSBB Linux

  1. Make local Repository

  1. How to using nautilus scripts
  2. Give boot menu wallpaper
  3. Give nautilus windows Background and make translucent
Optimize Linux System

  1. Add swap file or expand existing swap
  2. Faster Boot Times

  1. Debian and ubuntu cheat-sheet
  2. Avoid program quitting when terminal closed
  3. Make gnome terminal windows trranslucent
  4. Create file delete command
  5. Download Video Youtube Dari Terminal
  6. Download Video Youtube From Terminal
Tips and Trick openoffice

  1. Install new font
  2. Upgrade openoffice 3.0 to openoffice 3.1
  3. Changing OpenOffice splash screen images

  1. Fix wifi troubleshooting

  1. Installation XAMPP Server
  2. Installation and Configuration of DHCP Server
  3. Instalasi dan konfigurasi DHCP Server
  4. instalasi XAMPP Server

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Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Switch to Kubuntu, Xubuntu, or Edubuntu

        To switch to Kubuntu, Xubuntu, or Edubuntu, use Synaptic to search for and install kubuntu-desktop, xubuntu-desktop, or edubuntu-desktop respectively (if you want the KDE4 release of Kubuntu, look for kubuntu-kde4- desktop). These are metapackages17 on which the whole of the Kubuntu Xubuntu, and Edubuntu packages rely. Kubuntu, Xubuntu, or Edubuntu will be installed alongside the standard GNOME desktop (in the case of Edubuntu, the additional educational software will be installed along with the Edubuntu kids’ GUI theme; this will be applied automatically upon installation and you can manually switch back to the Human theme if you wish).

        To use Kubuntu or Xubuntu instead of GNOME, log out and click the Options button at the bottom left of the login screen. Then click Select Session, and select KDE or XFCE from the menu. To return to the GNOME desktop, repeat this step and select GNOME instead.

Ubuntu :

Kubuntu :

Xubuntu :

Edubuntu :


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Thursday, October 1, 2009

Add a swap file or expand existing swap space

        It’s a myth to say that Ubuntu (or any Linux) needs a swap partition.This is certainly the preferred way of working, and is most efficient,but Linux can also use a single swap file located in the root partition,just like Windows or Mac OS X. There are times when this is advantageous,such as if you’re only able to create one partition for Ubuntu (for example, Apple’s BootCamp software only allows the creation of a single non-Mac partition when dual-booting).

        To create a swap file, you need to first create a dummy file of sufficient size, then format it as a swap file, and finally ensure that Ubuntu uses it at boot-up. The following steps do just that (be extremely careful entering these commands):

1. Open a terminal window and create an empty file in the root of the file system using the dd command, as follows (this creates a 1GB file—you should ideally adjust the count= figure to at least match the size of your memory, bearing in mind that there is 1,024MB in a 1GB):

$ sudo dd if=/dev/zero of=/swapfile bs=1M count=1024

2. Now we need to format it as a swap file:

$ sudo mkswap /swapfile

3. The final step is to make Ubuntu mount it at boot, which is done by editing /etc/fstab:

$ gksu gedit /etc/fstab

Then make a new line at the bottom of the file and add the following:

/swapfile none swap sw 0 0

You can align the entries on the line under the column headings in fstab, like the other entries in the file, but it doesn’t matter so long as there is at least one space between each entry on the line. Once done, save the file and reboot your computer. 

Once the computer has rebooted, you can test to see if the swapfile is being utilized by typing cat /proc/meminfo|grep Swap. 

The steps above can also be used to add more swap space to a system that has an existing swap partition. You might want to do this if you’re editing extremely high-resolution photographs, for example, or working with large video files.

Reference : Ubuntu Kungfu Linux

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