Well its over month we at Csscorp , my current workplace released a complete beginners guide on the deployment of Openstack for Ubuntu natty. All the information for the same can be found at http://www.cssoss.wordpress.com Am lucky to be part of the team where i got my first hand into cloud computing and i can… Continue reading Openstack Book released!!
Am very happy to say that my talk has been selected for this year`s Desktop Summit in Berlin. I will be talking about “Indian Government Adoption to FOSS.” The complete list of talks are here https://www.desktopsummit.org/program I just hope to get Visa on time. 😀
I been traveling across colleges and places in India so from now onwards i will be putting all details and information about it on my blog. I been escaping it for a while. Its been almost 3 months for me in Chennai and finally i attended LUG-Chennai meet up. Thanks to Srini for giving me… Continue reading Report: ilug chennai meet & natty release party
All this while since 2008 i was happily using Hardy on my laptop but since the official support is getting over soon i preferred reinstalling from fresh. I was thinking to install 10.10 but today only i came to know that my CD drive is nomore. Thanks to USB boot, i managed to have get… Continue reading Moved to Lucid !!
I have never coded in my life so its time to learn and do sumthing !! In my previous Job where i was supposed to code in Python and i was not quick enough to do that, i came to know about this Virtualenv funda. We need a virtual environment so that we can install… Continue reading Python Local Enviornment setup on Ubutnu
After 2 hrs of brain storming on weekend in my office finally got spell checker working for my open office 3.2 on ubuntu 10.04. i had to take expert help from Hobbes, nigleb and lastly Indranil dada and it worked. sudo apt-get install hunspell myspell-en-us openoffice.org-help-en-us Once this is installed open a open office document… Continue reading spellchecker in (OO) open-office on ubuntu !!
Apart from playing with the Source Code Open Source Software has given us. Installing Monit :– sudo apt-get install monit This command will install Monit on Ubuntu. In order to Start the Monit we need to edit file “/etc/default/monit” and set the “startup= 1” This will start the Monit, but we need to do… Continue reading Setting up Monit (On Ubuntu) ..
Its been almost over 15 days i left Delhi and moved to Pune 2 work for a startup. One thing i realized during these days is never compare Delhi with any other City of India. I remember my days of cribbing autowallas in Delhi, trust me they are better than the ones across India. 😛… Continue reading Delhi days ..
Well i call it curious cos i been just told to upgrade Redmine without giving any other details. some strange situation :– [php] $ dpkg -l rails [/php] gave me nothing (omg my redmine instance running without Rails) After some googling and #redmine irc channel i figured out like python easy_install and ubuntu/debian ruby uses… Continue reading Curious case of Redmine Upgrade
Its been some time i posted here, my apology. It was great last evening as me Achet and Tanya wer out 4 dinner and at same time we been clicking our photos. Tanya unknowingly deleted all the photographs we had taken that evening and she was feeling way to bad. I knew there must be… Continue reading Recovering the deleted JPG files.