I just added some contents from allready existing 5 minutes guide to make it 2 mins and work on Lucid. 🙂 Before i start you need to have 2 things allready done, 1. $ apt-get install bzr 2. A launchpad account. 3. Your public key submitted at launchpad. It means create a key is you… Continue reading 2 minutes guide to getting started with Launchpad/Bazaar via Lucid Ubuntu 10.04
Last month i installed and tried ownCloud, i created a screencast of it as well. I met Frank and ownCloud team Desktop Summit in Aug. I have allready started using it 4 day to day backup/share and Todo. 🙂 You can get the video here:- http://vimeo.com/30999253 ownCloud2 from koolhead17 on Vimeo.
So what i did is, asked for of my friends in Mumbai, Hydrabad and Delhi share there event related photos of Oneiric release party. That is what i will be doing mentioning about them. 🙂 INMANTEC Gaurav is assistant dean IT and a Open Source freak who is trying his best to turn his college… Continue reading Oneiric release party across India
Openstack cloudbook is available for download now with Oneiric and Diablo release :– All infos are available here:- http://cssoss.wordpress.com/2011/10/19/openstack-beginners-guide-v2-0-for-diablo-on-ubuntu-11-10-oneiric-is-here/
Its been over 8 months since i moved to Chennai, the southern part of India. Chennai has a strong free software user as well as contributor base. I was invited as speaker at an engineering college (jaya college of engineering). I was amazed to see the enthusiasm among student s about free software. The college… Continue reading Software Freedom Day, Chennai, India
First of all thanks to KDE e.V for sponsoring my trip. It was great place to meet g33ks and folks i been chatting mostly via IRC. I met many folks like Andre , Lydia and Aaron to name a few. I was happy to see participation of attendees from India most of them being GSOC students and contributors. The two freaks… Continue reading Desktop Summit: My Experience meeting Gnome/Kde folks
One fine day i decided i want “watermark” on my photos too, i know am not a great photographer but just for sake i wanted one. I am too lazy to do anything from GUI so i searched a bit and came to know about ImageMagic and mogrify. I simply installed it on my ubuntu… Continue reading ImageMagick and mogrify. : My command line tool for watermarking.
Its been long time i blogged, this blog is about the amazing IRC session we had during 25-26 july. Another thing i would like to tell is i participated as presenter as well as a student. Interesting session were taken by Ubuntu Cloud developers and from members of OpenStack Team. I took session on cloud-init,… Continue reading My first Ubuntu Cloud Days ..
To start with neither Google has paid me to write this nor i dislike WebEx or Facebook. Google has always changed the technology tread and yes they failed too sometime, like Google Wave. I love Google and its most important part of my web life. I got google plus and i was thrilled to see… Continue reading What i want to See in my Google plus : wishlist
apt-cache showpkg I been using Ubuntu/Debian for over 5-6 years now but never got an opportunity where i had to check the available version of particular software in repository and know about its dependency and also reverse dependency. sudo apt-cache showpkg ftp Package: ftp Versions: 0.17-19build1 (/var/lib/apt/lists/archive.ubuntu.com_ubuntu_dists_lucid_main_binary-i386_Packages) (/var/lib/dpkg/status) Description Language: File: /var/lib/apt/lists/archive.ubuntu.com_ubuntu_dists_lucid_main_binary-i386_Packages MD5: e4165975d9905e3c75c5c1aa9714d90d Reverse… Continue reading command 4 today : june 24 2011