Commit 4a366fac authored by Danesh Manoharan's avatar Danesh Manoharan
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I wake up and go to work and chill at my cube everyday to have fun with my babies. They ain't much but they certainly keep me happy.
Check them out. I'm lucky that I'm fortunate enough to have awesome managers that provide me with such good tools.
**My Laptop – Dell Latutude D610 – WinXP Pro SP2**
**My Laptop - Dell Latutude D610 - WinXP Pro SP2**
* DELL Latitude D610
* Intel Pentium M 2.00GHz
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* 16X SONY DVDRW
* WinXp Pro,SP2
<span style="font-weight: bold">My Workstation &#8211; Precision 490 OpenSUSE 10.2 &#8211; Beryl &#8211; KDE3.5.5</span>
<span style="font-weight: bold">My Workstation - Precision 490 OpenSUSE 10.2 - Beryl - KDE3.5.5</span>
* Dual Core Intel® Xeon® Processor 5150 2.66GHz, 4MB L2,1333
* 128MB PCIe x16 nVidia Quadro FX550, Dual VGA or Dual DVI or DVI + VGA
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Just got back from my holidays. No much happening this year. New year was pretty boring as I did not get to spend it with me close friends and family as I was stuck in Penang. But I did have a small party with my work buddies at the beach with minimal alcohol. ha.. ha&#8230;
No regrets though, I finally had my much needed rest. Imagine getting 12 &#8211; 15 hours of sleep a day for a whole week. That will certainly get you recharged. I'll start posting ASAP.
No regrets though, I finally had my much needed rest. Imagine getting 12 - 15 hours of sleep a day for a whole week. That will certainly get you recharged. I'll start posting ASAP.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! Make sure to honor your new year resolutions. I'm gonna try to quit smoking and make more money. Let's see how it goes and I'll make sure to keep you updated on my progress.
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......@@ -14,7 +14,7 @@ WP 2.0.5 and prior are vulnerable but for those rolling WP 2.0.6 you fine for no
[Original Article][1]
[SecuriTeamâ„¢ &#8211; WordPress Trackback UTF-7 SQL Injection (Exploit)][2]
[SecuriTeamâ„¢ - WordPress Trackback UTF-7 SQL Injection (Exploit)][2]
[1]: http://www.milw0rm.com/exploits/3095
[2]: http://www.securiteam.com/exploits/5XP072AKAQ.html
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......@@ -46,16 +46,16 @@ drwxr-xr-x 17 root root 4096 Jan 29 16:53 .
drwxrwxrwt 50 root root 12288 Jan 29 16:52 ..
drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 4096 Jan 29 16:53 bin
drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 4096 Jan 29 16:53 dev
-rw-r&#8211;r&#8211; 1 root root 10761 Jan 29 16:53 devz
-rw-r-r- 1 root root 10761 Jan 29 16:53 devz
drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 4096 Jan 29 16:53 download
drwxr-xr-x 8 root root 4096 Jan 29 16:53 etc
-rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 649704 Jan 29 16:53 init
-rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 652544 Jan 29 16:53 init.old
-rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 24199168 Jan 29 16:52 initrd.SLES10.x64.img
-rw-r&#8211;r&#8211; 1 root root 5604 Jan 29 16:53 installkey.gpg
-rw-r-r- 1 root root 5604 Jan 29 16:53 installkey.gpg
drwxr-xr-x 5 root root 4096 Jan 29 16:53 lib
drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 4096 Jan 29 16:53 lib64
-rw-r&#8211;r&#8211; 1 root root 289 Jan 29 16:53 linuxrc.config
-rw-r-r- 1 root root 289 Jan 29 16:53 linuxrc.config
drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 4096 Jan 29 16:53 mnt
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 45 Jan 29 16:53 modules -> lib/modules/2.6.16.21-override-default/initrd
drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 4096 Jan 29 16:53 mounts
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[![my-vista-fix-20070203.jpg][5]][6]
1. Start &#8211;> run &#8211;> regedit.exe
1. Start -> run -> regedit.exe
2. HKEY\_LOCAL\_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters\Interfaces\{GUID}
3. {GUID} sub-key refers to the network adapter that is having the issue. In my case my Intel Pro 2200BG card.
4. Add a new DWORD (32bit) value and rename it to "DhcpConnDisableBcastFlagToggle".
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......@@ -22,7 +22,7 @@ This will add the user to the "trusted" group.
3. **_#id elf_**
Display groups the user belongs to. Make sure "trusted" is on the list too.
The output might look like this. _"uid=502(danny) gid=502(users) groups=502(elf),11(trusted)"_
4. **_#su &#8211; elf_**
4. **_#su - elf_**
Change user
5. **_#crontab -e_**
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Shortcut keys for the bash and commad line interface.
Ctrl + A &#8211; Moves cursor to begining of line.
Ctrl + A - Moves cursor to begining of line.
Ctrl + E &#8211; Moves cursor to end fo line.
Ctrl + E - Moves cursor to end fo line.
Ctrl + K &#8211; Clears command line from cursor position till end of line.
Ctrl + K - Clears command line from cursor position till end of line.
Ctrl + U &#8211; Clears command line from cursor position till begining of line.
Ctrl + U - Clears command line from cursor position till begining of line.
Ctrl + W &#8211; Clears first word to the left from cursor position.
Ctrl + W - Clears first word to the left from cursor position.
Ctrl + Y &#8211; Paste any value previously deleted by Ctrl+K,Ctrl+U and Ctrl+W.
Ctrl + Y - Paste any value previously deleted by Ctrl+K,Ctrl+U and Ctrl+W.
Tab Key &#8211; Auto compelte a partial typed command.
Tab Key - Auto compelte a partial typed command.
Ctrl + R &#8211; Followed by characters with search through the recent command history.
Ctrl + R - Followed by characters with search through the recent command history.
Crtl + D &#8211; Quits bash if used in a blank command line.
Crtl + D - Quits bash if used in a blank command line.
Ctrl + L &#8211; Screen refresh.
Ctrl + L - Screen refresh.
Ctrl + C &#8211; Kills current process.
Ctrl + C - Kills current process.
Ctrl + Z &#8211; Suspend a process. Use command "bg" to execute the process in the background and "fg" to bring the process back to the foreground. The command "jobs" will list the available processes you can manipulate.
Ctrl + Z - Suspend a process. Use command "bg" to execute the process in the background and "fg" to bring the process back to the foreground. The command "jobs" will list the available processes you can manipulate.
That's it. Hope the commands help you. If i missed out anything please do comment.
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<img loading="lazy" src="http://modblog.bmezine.com/wp-content/uploads/200703011934-pix1.jpg" height="435" width="550" />
Source: [ModBlog &#8211; Body modification and ritual blog sponsored by BMEzine.com][1]
Source: [ModBlog - Body modification and ritual blog sponsored by BMEzine.com][1]
[1]: http://modblog.bmezine.com/2007/03/02/first-thoughts-46/
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......@@ -12,14 +12,14 @@ Installing nVidia drivers for your openSUSE 10.2
Driver Source: ftp://download.nvidia.com/opensuse/10.2/
1.start &#8211;> computers &#8211;> administrator settings &#8211;> software &#8211;> installation source
1.start -> computers -> administrator settings -> software -> installation source
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<!--more-->2. Select ftp as the media type
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3. Protocol &#8211;> ftp, server name &#8211;> download.nvidia.com, directory &#8211;> /opensuse/10.2/
3. Protocol -> ftp, server name -> download.nvidia.com, directory -> /opensuse/10.2/
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8. start &#8211;> computers &#8211;> administrator settings &#8211;> software &#8211;> software management
8. start -> computers -> administrator settings -> software -> software management
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9. Filter &#8211;> installation source. Select x11-video-nvidia and the appropriate kernel module.
9. Filter -> installation source. Select x11-video-nvidia and the appropriate kernel module.
Run "uname -r" to get the installed kernel version.
<img loading="lazy" src="http://farm1.static.flickr.com/153/426788484_12cb5ff093.jpg?v=0" height="390" width="500" />
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If you enjoy doing everything manually as I do then you will certainly find everything you need here.
&#8211; Adding and managing openSUSE package sources.
&#8211; Adding and managing third party package sources.
&#8211; Enable support for restricted formats. (mp3,dvd,etc&#8230;.)
&#8211; Good FAQ section.
- Adding and managing openSUSE package sources.
- Adding and managing third party package sources.
- Enable support for restricted formats. (mp3,dvd,etc&#8230;.)
- Good FAQ section.
2. [konvenientSUSE][2]
Automates the process of tweaking your openSUSE installation. Basicly does everything above through GUI.
&#8211; Adds package repositories / installation sources.
&#8211; Installs multimedia codecs.
&#8211; Enable Encrypted DVD (DVD movies) playback support.
&#8211; Enable support for Java and Flash.
&#8211; Install Nvidia and ATi 3D drivers.
&#8211; Ditch ZENWorks.
- Adds package repositories / installation sources.
- Installs multimedia codecs.
- Enable Encrypted DVD (DVD movies) playback support.
- Enable support for Java and Flash.
- Install Nvidia and ATi 3D drivers.
- Ditch ZENWorks.
[1]: http://opensuse-community.org/Welcome_to_openSUSE-Community.org
[2]: http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=43378
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4. [Eset NOD32][5]
Source: PC World &#8211; Top Antivirus Performers
Source: PC World - Top Antivirus Performers
[1]: http://www.pcworld.com/
[2]: http://www.pcworld.com/article/id,130873-page,1/article.html
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......@@ -28,13 +28,13 @@ I found 2 possible solutions. [PassPack][3] and [Clipperz][4] .
**Some of the features that stand out to me are;**
1. Auto Lock &#8211; [PassPack][3] will automatically save and lock my passwords with the packing key whenever the page if left ideal for 2 minutes.
2. Anonymous &#8211; I never provided my email addresses.
3. Password generator &#8211; cool built in password generator.
4. Scramble &#8211; Scrambles my password field on command when someone is passing by. On by default.
5. AES &#8211; AES is the encryption method approved by the US Gov.
6. Import/Export &#8211; Ability to easily import and export my password list. I used this in import from KeyPass.
7. [PassPack][3] Blog &#8211; Covers everything about [PassPack][3].
1. Auto Lock - [PassPack][3] will automatically save and lock my passwords with the packing key whenever the page if left ideal for 2 minutes.
2. Anonymous - I never provided my email addresses.
3. Password generator - cool built in password generator.
4. Scramble - Scrambles my password field on command when someone is passing by. On by default.
5. AES - AES is the encryption method approved by the US Gov.
6. Import/Export - Ability to easily import and export my password list. I used this in import from KeyPass.
7. [PassPack][3] Blog - Covers everything about [PassPack][3].
I have using [PassPack][3] for a few days now and it's awesome!!
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Cool features;
1. Cool interface &#8211; The interface is simple with a good color scheme.
2. Direct Logins &#8211; Single sign on. Allows me to log in directly to a site directly provided yo have the site credentials already saved.
3. Bookmarklet &#8211; I can easily add a new website to my [Clipperz][4].
4. Anonymous &#8211; No email address require.
5. Encrypt by browser &#8211; Data is encrypted by my browser before being sent to the [Clipperz][4] servers. [Clipperz][4] only stores my encrypted data.
1. Cool interface - The interface is simple with a good color scheme.
2. Direct Logins - Single sign on. Allows me to log in directly to a site directly provided yo have the site credentials already saved.
3. Bookmarklet - I can easily add a new website to my [Clipperz][4].
4. Anonymous - No email address require.
5. Encrypt by browser - Data is encrypted by my browser before being sent to the [Clipperz][4] servers. [Clipperz][4] only stores my encrypted data.
What's lacking;
1. Import/Export &#8211; No import feature yet. Export only exports to a printable version. I have to use the offline copy feature to save an offline copy.
2. Mozilla only &#8211; Only mozilla based browsers supported. Mozilla, Sea monkey and Firefox.
3. Java script &#8211; [Clipperz][4] uses opesource based cryptographic functions. [Read more at Ajaxian][9]. Who will I blame and take to court when my passwords are exploited?
4. Direct Login &#8211; Honey pot for hackers to reverse engineer? I think so.
1. Import/Export - No import feature yet. Export only exports to a printable version. I have to use the offline copy feature to save an offline copy.
2. Mozilla only - Only mozilla based browsers supported. Mozilla, Sea monkey and Firefox.
3. Java script - [Clipperz][4] uses opesource based cryptographic functions. [Read more at Ajaxian][9]. Who will I blame and take to court when my passwords are exploited?
4. Direct Login - Honey pot for hackers to reverse engineer? I think so.
[Clipperz][4] is a good tool. They are not quite there yet but I believe with other solutions out there like [PassPack][3] the developrers at [Clipperz][4] will surely push the envelope on futher enhancements.
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[PassPack][3]
[PassPack &#8211; The Blog][10]
[PassPack - The Blog][10]
[Clipperz &#8211; Competition for PassPack?][11]
[Clipperz - Competition for PassPack?][11]
[PassPack: Holding Your Keys for the 2.0 Kingdom][12]
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......@@ -22,7 +22,7 @@ Awesome movie, that was me and my opiniion being a die hard transformers fand si
[ Transformers | Transformers Movie | Official Site][2]
[ IMDB &#8211; Transformers Movie][3]
[ IMDB - Transformers Movie][3]
[1]: /wp-content/uploads/2007/07/transformers.jpg "transformers.jpg"
[2]: http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&ct=res&cd=1&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.transformersmovie.com%2F&ei=ojKJRsjeDMjwiwHRpN3UBg&usg=AFQjCNENEaU7A6Z8dz-iT299u8KyKhVHbg&sig2=dEgYF1-Iy99gpZKt7WVpaQ
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......@@ -12,15 +12,15 @@ thedaneshproject.com is worth USD224.00 based on [LeapFish][1].
I looked up my friend's sites too. Check them out,
alanbernard.com &#8211; $576.00
earlmarcus.com &#8211; $252.00
thaweesak.com &#8211; $147.00
wingloon.wordpress.com &#8211; $41.00
1. <strike>AlanBernard &#8211; USD12.00</strike>
2. <strike>[EarMarcus][2] &#8211; USD23.00</strike>
3. <strike>[Thaweesak][3] &#8211; USD 34.00</strike>
4. <strike>[WingLoon][4] &#8211; USD42.00</strike>
alanbernard.com - $576.00
earlmarcus.com - $252.00
thaweesak.com - $147.00
wingloon.wordpress.com - $41.00
1. <strike>AlanBernard - USD12.00</strike>
2. <strike>[EarMarcus][2] - USD23.00</strike>
3. <strike>[Thaweesak][3] - USD 34.00</strike>
4. <strike>[WingLoon][4] - USD42.00</strike>
What's your's? Look it up at [LeapFish][1]
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_**Source:**_
LPIC-1 Questions & Answers (1 &#8211; 50)
LPIC-1 Questions & Answers (1 - 50)
LPIC-1 Questions & Answers (51 -100)
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* Monthly subscription fee at RM77 per month for 24 months. Thereafter, revert to standard of RM88.
* FREE Modem
* FREE 100 Samsung MP3 player to be given for every 350th subscribers
* FREE Online publication (e-browse &#8211; The Sun newspaper) for 12 months
* FREE Online publication (e-browse &#8211; Virtual Malaysia & Traverama magazines) for 3 months
* FREE Online Education (b-smart &#8211; Britannica Encyclopedia) for 12 months
* FREE Music Download via music.bluehyppo.com (10 songs &#8211; one time download)
* FREE Online publication (e-browse - The Sun newspaper) for 12 months
* FREE Online publication (e-browse - Virtual Malaysia & Traverama magazines) for 3 months
* FREE Online Education (b-smart - Britannica Encyclopedia) for 12 months
* FREE Music Download via music.bluehyppo.com (10 songs - one time download)
* FREE Jumbo Play Games on Demand for 3 months
* FREE Sports Update Barclays Premier League for 12 months.
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<u><em><strong>Terms</strong></em></u>
* Promo period will be effective from 1st August &#8211; 30th September 2007.
* Promo period will be effective from 1st August - 30th September 2007.
* One time activation fee of RM75 and installation fee of RM88 (if applicable will be charged to the customer).
* Modem warranty is 12 months.
* FREE 100 Samsung MP3 Player to be given for every 350th successful subscribers only. TM will notify lucky subscibers to arrange for delivery.
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Options I used for my mounts,
rw &#8211; read write access. My shares are public so everyone has read/write access.
guest &#8211; no password prompt.
rw - read write access. My shares are public so everyone has read/write access.
guest - no password prompt.
noperm &#8211; client does not perform permission checks. Needed if uid and gid are not the same on client and server.
noperm - client does not perform permission checks. Needed if uid and gid are not the same on client and server.
Sources:
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> `# auto.master file`
>
> /mnt/nosebleed /etc/auto.nosebleed &#8211;timeout=60 &#8211;ghost
> /mnt/nosebleed /etc/auto.nosebleed -timeout=60 -ghost
> `# auto.nosebleed file`
>
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My options,
_**&#8211;timeout=60**_ will set the ideal time for the mount. If there is not activity for 60 seconds the path will be unmounted.
_**-timeout=60**_ will set the ideal time for the mount. If there is not activity for 60 seconds the path will be unmounted.
_**&#8211;ghost**_ will enable the user to see the mountable directory without mounting them.
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_**-ghost**_ will enable the user to see the mountable directory without mounting them.
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I made the change transparent and this is how I did it.
Changed my permalinks structure through _**WP-Admin&#8211;>Options&#8211;>Permalinks**_ to reflect the new structure shown below.
Changed my permalinks structure through _**WP-Admin->Options->Permalinks**_ to reflect the new structure shown below.
Old structure : _**/%category%/%postname%/**_
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......@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@ I am not the first person to face this problem so hopefully openSUSE 10.3 which
Follow the steps below to remove ZMD,
> #> sudo su &#8211;
> #> sudo su -
>
> #> rczmd stop
>
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