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Drop Box ~~ Store Your files online.

Dropbox is one of the most impressive startups  now a days, not because they’ve built anything terribly prescient or awe-inspiring, but because they’ve come up with an online storage product that I might actually use regularly. The idea behind Dropbox, … Continue reading

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Microsoft office Vs. Open office

Recently I got a chance to compare Microsoft office and open office, Here is the first factor I am putting. “PRICE” This information is collected from microsoft office website : http://tinyurl.com/y7o4w4 2007 Microsoft Office system pricing and upgrade information 2007 … Continue reading

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How to change root password in Linux

This is one of the problem faced by many person’s“what if i lost the root password”First thing that comes in mind is “use single user mode” but the answer is NO. So the BIG QUESTION IS HOW TO proceed further … Continue reading

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wget — Web page retrieval tool

GNU Wget is a free software package for retrieving files using HTTP, HTTPS and FTP, the most widely-used Internet protocols. It is a non-interactive commandline tool, so it may easily be called from scripts, cron jobs, terminals without X-Windows support, … Continue reading

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Great places to help you in getting started with linux.

Many times linux newbies search for the better place to find the learning material about linux. Here I am listing few places which will help you in starting your journey smoothly. The Linux Documentation Project The Linux Documentation Project (TLDP) … Continue reading

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Six ways to write more comprehensible code

As a developer, time is your most valuable resource. These six tips on how to write maintainable code are guaranteed to save you time and frustration: one minute spent writing comments can save you an hour of anguish. Read this … Continue reading

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Beauty of Symbolic Links

During your tour of Linux file system, you probably noticed a strange kind of directory entry, particularly in the /boot and /lib directories. When listed with ls -l, you would have seen something like this:

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