Monthly Archives: November 2010
At the first time I was using PrtSc (Print Screen) button to take a screenshot on Ubuntu, but it was not satisfying because it took the entire screen. I want resizeable screenshot with chosen area.
You can connect your VPS with SSH from your Ubuntu Terminal. You only need to install SSH Client on your Ubuntu by running this command on your Terminal.
You want to check PageRank or Alexa ranking on any blog? You can use the Ultimate Chrome Flag Google Chrome extension. According to my version, this extension provide the best. Its only weaknesses are it can’t detect inner page PageRank and the Alexa ranking update is not too up-to-date.
Instead of using Yahoo! Messenger as your chat client, you can use Pidgin. It is containing many of chat client applications in an application (Pidgin). Pidgin has better functionality than the original chat client of Ubuntu 10.10. You can install Pidgin by following the instruction on Pidgin website.
You know the popular download accelerator in Windows such as FlashGet or Download Accelerator Plus (DAP). In Ubuntu 10.10 you can use AXEL to accelerate your download. To install AXEL you can use this command on your Terminal. sudo apt-get install axel How to use You can use the AXEL by using this command axel […]
I found the way to install MySQL Server 5 on Ubuntu. Currently I am using Ubuntu 10.10. This how you do it. sudo apt-get install mysql-server If you are running PHP you will also need to install the php module for mysql 5: sudo apt-get install php5-mysql To create a new database, use the mysqladmin […]
You can sign in as ROOT in Ubuntu Terminal without password in the first time by typing sudo bash After that you can change the password for the ROOT by typing sudo passwd root And then you type the password. Don’t afraid when you type there is no character appears because it is the default. […]
I found this site when I search the way to install Apache as webserver and PHP5 on my Ubuntu 10.10. sudo apt-get install apache2 sudo apt-get install php5 sudo apt-get install libapache2-mod-php5 sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 restart One said that you don’t need to run sudo apt-get install libapache2-mod-php5 command because it is done with sudo apt-getinstall […]