Saturday, December 8, 2012

Creating bootable USB drives the easy way

• Windows 7 x64: en_windows_7_ultimate_with_sp1_x64_dvd_618240.iso
Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool v1.0.308 mins 10s
Universal USB Installer v1.8.7.57 mins 10s
UNetbootin v1.1.1.16 mins 20s
RMPrepUSB v2.1.6384 mins 10s
WiNToBootic v1.23 mins 35s
Rufus v1.1.13 mins 25s
• Ubuntu 11.10 x86: ubuntu-11.10-desktop-i386.iso
UNetbootin v1.1.1.11 min 45s
RMPrepUSB v2.1.6381 min 35s
Universal USB Installer v1.8.7.51 min 20s
Rufus v1.1.11 min 15s
• Slackware 13.37 x86: slackware-13.37-install-dvd.iso
UNetbootin v1.1.1.1>60 mins
Universal USB Installer v1.8.7.524 mins 35s
RMPrepUSB v2.1.63822 mins 45s
Rufus v1.1.120 mins 15s

Thursday, December 6, 2012

A free and open world depends on a free and open web.

“A free and open world depends on a free and open Internet. Governments alone, working behind closed doors, should not direct its future. The billions of people around the globe who use the Internet should have a voice.”

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Vincent Bible Search

This is Instant Bible Search Application. you can search any verse from Holy Bible. 
Send a chat message genesis 1,1 to
it will automatically give u the word in that bible referance

You can Search like below:

Ex1: genesis 1:1
Ex2: gen 1:1
Ex3: gen 1:1-4
Ex4: gen 1:1 tel
Ex5: gen 1:1-3 tel
Ex6: salvation

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Gtalk Integration

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 – Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.4 – is now available.

Key new features and enhancement details include:

Identity Management
  • System Security Services Daemon (SSSD) enhancements improve the interoperability experience with [Microsoft Active Directory] by providing centralized identity access control for Linux/Unix clients in a heterogeneous environment.
File system
  • pNFS (Parallel NFS) client (file layout only) remains in technology preview, however now delivers performance improvements with the addition of Direct I/O for faster data access. This drives particular performance benefits for I/O intensive use cases including database workloads.
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 now includes the Microsoft Hyper-V Linux drivers, which were recently accepted by the upstream Linux community, improving the overall performance of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 as a guest on Microsoft Hyper-V.
  • Installation support for VMware and Microsoft Hyper-V para-virtualization drivers. This new feature enhances the user deployment experience of Red Hat Enterprise Linux as a guest in either of these virtualization environments.
  • In this release, KVM virtualization virtio-scsi support, a new industry storage architecture, provides industry leading storage stack scalability.
  • The use of swap functionality over NFS enables more efficient read/write tradeoffs between local system memory and remote disks. This capability increases performance in very large, disk-less server farms seen in ISP and Web hosting environments.
  • Enhancement in c-groups delivers the ability to migrate multi-threaded applications without errors.
  • Optimized perf tool for the latest Intel processors
  • New system log features identify mapping from block device name to physical device identifier – allowing an administrator to easily locate specific devices as needed.
Productivity Tools
  • Microsoft interoperability improvements with Microsoft Exchange and calendar support in Evolution. Productivity functions, such as calendar support with alarm notification and meeting scheduling is improved.
  • Customers such as animation studios and graphic design houses now have support for the newer Wacom tablets.

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

How to Turn Your Ubuntu Laptop into a Wireless Access Point

If you have a single wired Internet connection – say, in a hotel room – you can create an ad-hoc wireless network with Ubuntu and share the Internet connection among multiple devices. Ubuntu includes an easy, graphical setup tool.
Unfortunately, there are some limitations. Some devices may not support ad-hoc wireless networks and Ubuntu can only create wireless hotspots with weak WEP encryption, not strong WPA encryption.


To get started, click the gear icon on the panel and select System Settings.
Select the Network control panel in Ubuntu’s System Settings window. You can also set up a wireless hotspot by clicking the network menu and selecting Edit Network Connections, but that setup process is more complicated.
If you want to share an Internet connection wirelessly, you’ll have to connect to it with a wired connection. You can’t share a Wi-Fi network – when you create a Wi-Fi hotspot, you’ll be disconnected from your current wireless network.
To create a hotspot, select the Wireless network option and click the Use as Hotspot button at the bottom of the window.
You’ll be disconnected from your existing network. You can disable the hotspot later by clicking the Stop Hotspot button in this window or by selecting another wireless network from the network menu on Ubuntu’s panel.
After you click Create Hotspot, you’ll see an notification pop up that indicates your laptop’s wireless radio is now being used as an ad-hoc access point. You should be able to connect from other devices using the default network name – “ubuntu” – and the security key displayed in the Network window. However, you can also click the Options button to customize your wireless hotspot.
From the wireless tab, you can set a custom name for your wireless network using the SSID field. You can also modify other wireless settings from here. The Connect Automatically check box should allow you to use the hotspot as your default wireless network – when you start your computer, Ubuntu will create the hotspot instead of connecting to an existing wireless network.
From the Wireless Security tab, you can change your security key and method. Unfortunately, WPA encryption does not appear to be an option here, so you’ll have to stick with the weaker WEP encryption.
The “Shared to other computers” option on the IPv4 Settings tab tells Ubuntu to share your Internet connection with other computers connected to the hotspot.
Even if you don’t have a wireless Internet connection available to share, you can network computers together and communicate between them – for example, to share files.

Sony Ericsson Live View Android Bluetooth Watch

The Sony Ericsson Live View uses Bluetooth connectivity to wirelessly pair up to a compatible handset and allows consumers to control the phone without taking it out of their pocket or handbag. Read text messages, see incoming calls and keep up to date with the latest news on Facebook and Twitter.
The Sony Ericsson LiveView allows the user to control the Sony Ericsson music features of the handset from the micro display, selecting tracks and controlling volume. The product also serves as a calendar reminder, displaying calendar events and other phone applications.
Whether on the go, in a meeting or out for dinner, the convenient Sony Ericsson LiveView can be clipped anywhere. Attached in a watch strap, on a keychain or clipped to a laptop, the micro display allows the user to incorporate the product into their lifestyle and always stay connected.
Music player control
Play, pause, next, previous track and volume adjustment
Track title display
Social Networking Services
Display Facebook updates
Display Twitter updates
Battery Life
Typical usage : 4 days
Display incoming texts
Display RSS feeds
Show phone number for incoming calls
Mute ringer for incoming phone calls
List of missed calls
Other Features
Calendar reminders
Find your phone
Display time and date
Bluetooth technology
Micro USB connector
1,3″colour OLED display, 128 X 128 pixels
Works with all Android Phones with version 2.0 and above
Approximately 10m
Size:3.5 x 3.51.1cm
3 months vendor warranty against manufacturing defects
In the Box
Sony Ericsson LiveView

Monday, November 12, 2012

Samsung Galaxy Camera

Samsung GALAXY Camera is first Android powered point and shoot from Samsung, which offers professional quality images, 4.77″ HD Super Clear Touchscreen, and you can easily upload/share images online with built-in 3G/Wi-Fi connectivity.
Samsung Galaxy Camera Features:
  • Android Jelly Bean OS 4.1
  • 1.4GHz Quad-Core Processor
  • Quad Core Processor
  • 16.3MP CMOS Camera
  • Full Touchscreen
  • Full HD Video Recording
  • Shoot Stunning Quality Images
Samsung Galaxy Camera Technical Specifications:
  • Effective Pixels: 16.3 Mega Pixel
  • Image Sensor: 1/2.3″ BSI CMOS
  • 4.77″ Inch Super Clear LCD (720 x 1280) Pixels Corning Gorilla Glass Capacitive Touchscreen
  • Lens Type: F2.8, 23 mm, 21x Super Long Zoom
  • Image Stabilization: Optical
  • Movie Format: MPEG4, AVC/H.264
  • ISO Senstivity: Auto, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200
  • Smart Pro: 10 Modes (Macro, Rich Tone, Action Freeze, Waterfall Trace, Light Trace, Beautiful Sunset, Blue Sky, Natural Green, Silhouette, Vivid Fireworks)
  • Additional Features: Smart Content Manager, Photo Wizard, Movie Wizard, Voice Control, Slow Motion Video, S Planner, S Suggest, AllShare Play, Family Story, Drop box
  • Google Mobile Services: Google Search, Google Maps, Gmail, Google Latitude, Google Play Store, Google Plus, YouTube, Google Talk, Google Places, Google Navigation, Google Downloads, Google Chrome Browser, Google Play Books, Google Play Movies
  • Internal Memory: 8GB
  • External Media: SDSC/SDHC/SDXC
  • Ports: HDMI v1.4
  • Connectivity: Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Bluetooth v4.0
  • 1650mAh Battery
  • Dimension: 128.7 x 70.8 x 19.1 mm
  • Weight: 305 gm

Friday, October 12, 2012

Google launches free SMS service for Gmail in India

Search giant Google has started rolling out free SMS for its free email service Gmail and paid email service Google Apps customers in India. The service allows users to send SMSes to mobile phones from chat windows. Users have to add mobile numbers of their contacts in the email address book and they are set.

The service starts with 50 SMS cr
edits for each user, every sent SMS costing one credit. Every reply received adds on 5 credits subject to the maximum level being 50 SMS at any given time. There is no official statement from Google on the launch of this service, however the service has gone live this evening in the chat windows of many users.

Google is rolling out the service in partnership with cellular operators, which means they would share revenue with Google out of SMSes users on their network send. It specifies a way to buy more SMS credits.

"You can always send an SMS to your own phone, and then reply to that message multiple times. Every time you send a reply message, your SMS credit is increased by five. Effectively, you're buying more messages by paying your phone company for these outgoing messages," it writes on its chat help portal.

The service currently supports eight cellular operators including Aircel, Idea, Loop Mobile, MTS, Reliance, Tata DoCoMo, Tata Indicom and some circles of Vodafone. BSNL, MTNL and Airtel are not supported yet.

The SMSes sent from Gmail chat are delivered to mobile phones while replies from the mobile phone come into the chat window. For the mobile phone user, the reply is charged at local SMS rate as per her/his normal billing plan.

If no replies are received to any of the 50 SMSs sent and the credit balance come down to zero, Google says, " will increase back up to one 24 hours later. So, you won't ever be locked out of the system."

Monday, July 2, 2012

The Android era: From G1 to Jelly Bean


1.0 (G1)February 2008
  • GPS and Bluetooth (but not stereo Bluetooth)
  • Multitasking
  • Tight integration with Google services like Gmail, Google Maps (with Street View), and Google Calendar
  • Apps: Amazon MP3 Store; YouTube
  • Android Market (about 35 apps at launch)
  • No Microsoft Exchange Server; no camcorder
1.5 (Cupcake)April 2009
  • Universal search box (search had been limited to the Web)
  • Revamped Android Market: Browsing categories (Apps, Games, Downloads) and filters (Top Free, Top Paid, Just In)
  • Camera: Toggle between camera and video modes; integrated photo gallery and camera with bulk photo deleting
  • SDK expands support for gestures, voice-to-text
1.6 (Donut)September 2009
  • Virtual onscreen keyboard
  • Camcorder mode for recording (and watching) video
  • Stereo Bluetooth
  • Home screen widgets and folders
  • Copy/paste and search within the browser
  • Direct upload to YouTube and Picasa
2.0 (Eclair)October 2009
  • Multiple user accounts
  • Exchange support; universal e-mail inbox
  • Quick Contact pop-up widget to launch communications with friends in the address book
  • Search saved SMS and MMS messages
  • Camera improvements include support for flash and digital zoom
  • Bluetooth 2.1
  • Keyboard improvements: Adaptive dictionary that includes contact names in suggestions
2.1 (Eclair, second helping)January 2010
  • Live wallpaper; five home screens
  • Speech-to-text added to any text field; microphone icon for voice dictation in e-mails, texts, and so on
2.2 (Froyo)May 2010
  • Speedier OS
  • USB tethering and hot-spot support
  • Android Market update: Batch and automatic updates; installing apps to the SD card
  • Adobe Flash 10.1
  • File uploading in the browser
  • Improved Microsoft Exchange support: Security policies, global address lookup, calendar sync, remote wipe
  • Bluetooth support for voice dialing and contact sharing
2.3 (Gingerbread)December 2010
  • Redesigned copy/paste
  • WebM video compression support
  • NFC (near-field communication) support
  • Switch to front-facing camera from camera app
  • Virtual keyboard shortcuts
3.0 (Honeycomb)February 2011
  • 3D graphics support
  • Side-by-side browser tabs; private browsing
  • Dual-pane modes for address book, e-mail
  • Redesigned UI includes program thumbnails
  • Video chatting with Google Talk
  • Full-screen-mode photo gallery
  • Bluetooth tethering
3.1-3.2.6 (Honeycomb)May 2011-February 2012
  • Support for peripherals like keyboards and game pads
  • Resizable widgets
  • "Pay as you go" support for 3G, 4G tablets
  • Various bug fixes and enhancements
4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)October 2011
  • Support for virtual buttons in addition to touch-sensitive buttons
  • Create folders by dragging apps on top of each other
  • A new app tray tab for thumbing through widgets
  • Calendar app now supports pinch-to-zoom
  • Gmail gets offline search, swiping between conversations
  • Revamped Gmail user interface
  • New Chrome browser syncs with your bookmarks, saves pages offline, supports 16 browser tabs
  • More keyboard error correction, inline spell check
  • Customizable lock screen, launcher
  • Recent applications icon
  • Roboto typeface
  • New swipe/delete behavior
  • Improved voice integration and copy and paste
  • Face Unlock security feature
  • Data Usage tracking
  • Hide unwanted app icons
  • Shut down apps that are using background data
  • Native camera features include zero shutter lag, continuous focus, zoom while recording, taking a still photo while recording, panorama photos, time lapse settings 1080p recording
  • Face detection in the camera
  • Integrated photo editor
  • New gallery layout, organized by location and person
  • Phone app lets you swipe between favorite friends with integrated visual voice mail
  • Speed up and slow down voice mails
  • Quick message sends canned response text message when you decline a call
  • Android Beam, an NFC feature for exchanging information between two phones by tapping them
  • Wi-Fi Direct support
4.1 (Jelly Bean)July 2012
  • Faster, smoother performance with "Project Butter"
  • Expandable notifications with greater interaction
  • Voice search access by swiping up from bottom of the screen
  • Voice actions engine replies to some queries
  • Google Now
  • Offline dictation
  • Default Chrome browser
  • Resizable app widgets (for some)
  • Android Beam support for transferring larger files, like photo and video
  • New filmstrip view of recent shots in the camera app
  • Applications update in Google Play with just the changed code
  • Sound search widget for music ID
  • Higher-resolution contact photos
  • Greater accessibility options
  • Expanded language support, especially for Arabic and Hebrew
  • Interface tweaks
* The date reflects the SDK release rather than the over-the-air (OTA) update timeline since OTA release dates vary by carrier and handset model.

Sunday, June 10, 2012

BlueStacks [Your Favorite Android Apps Now on PC ]

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BlueStacks' NEW Android App Player for PC. Run android apps on Windows PC. Soon you'll also be able to run android apps on Mac

Cloud Connect
Sync Android Apps from your phone or tablet to BlueStacks using our Cloud Connect mobile app.

At the heart of BlueStacks is a multi-OS runtime with breakthrough virtualization technology. Apps developed for different operating systems can execute simultaneously, side-by-side, on the same computer.
BlueStacks employs a lightweight, optimized, soft hypervisor with deep enhancements to support “embedded virtualization”. End consumers can enjoy the full Android environment through BlueStacks, or just install Android app icons directly on the Windows desktop. As is the case with any advanced technology, the complexity is completely masked from the end consumer.
The BlueStacks user interface is fully configurable. In addition, BlueStacks can integrate with the custom software experiences designed and developed by PC manufacturers.

Saturday, June 9, 2012

RHCSA RHCE RHEL6 Great Material Resources pdf Collections

Rackspace slides by Nathan Isburgh for  RedHat Enterprise Linux

Intro to Apache
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Intro to Linux

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