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Friday, October 30, 2009

Ubuntu 9.10 - Internet Problems

Yesterday night I downloaded and installed Ubuntu 9.10.
This morning I wanted to adjust the internet conncetion. Normaly very easy, but I can't connect to the Internet. Also after I adjusted the Internet connection again, i couldn't connect.

Should anybody have had the same problem, should make a comment please, how he solved the problem.


Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Ubuntu 9.10

At 29th October the new version of Ubuntu will be released.

Ubuntu 9.10 has some new features:

For example, the hard disk can be formated with ext4.
Also Gnome will be updated to version 2.28.1

But some features are only available if you re-install Ubuntu. 

Friday, October 23, 2009

Installing XAMPP in Linux

At first you have to switch to root:
  sudo -s

Unpacking the archive:
  tar xvfz xampp-linux-1.7.2.tar.gz -C /opt 

Start XAMPP:
  /opt/lampp/lampp start

Test it:

Close the security hole:
 /opt/lampp/lampp security   

More parameters to:

start Starts the XAMPP-Server
stop Stops the XAMPP-Server
restart Restarts the XAMPP-Server
startapache Only the Apache Server will be started
startssl The SSL assistance will be started for Apache
startmysql Only the Mysql-Server will be started
startftp Only the FTP-Server will be started
stopapache The Apache-Server will be stoped.
stopssl Deactivate the SSL assistance
stopmysql The Mysql-Server will be stoped.
stopftp The FTP-Server will be stoped

For everybody who wants to uninstall the XAMPP-Server:
  rm -rf /opt/lampp (you have to be root)

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Installing a Teamspeak Server in Linux

At first you have to open the terminal or to connect via Putty to Linux.

Put the following in the terminal:


Switch to the download directory:
cd /x/x/x/x/x/xt/x

tar -xvjf ts2_server_rc2_202319.tar.bz2

Switch to the install directory:
cd tss2_rc2

Starting the server:
./teamspeak2-server_startscript start

Stoping the server:
./teamspeak2-server_startscript stop

Restarting the server:
./teamspeak2-server_startscript restart

Status of your server:
./teamspeak2-server_startscript status

Admin passwords of your server:
./teamspeak2-server_startscript passwords

Configuring your server via webinterface:

Monday, October 19, 2009

Wubi - Install Linux into Windows

With Wubi you can install Linux in a working Windows System. If there's a moment when you don't like Linux anymore, you haven't to delete the whole partition, you can uninstall Linux like a normal Windows application.

To install Wubi, you have to put your Linux CD into your drive and you have to press "Install into Windows". Now you were asked about the username and password and how many disk space Linux is going to get.
If this is finished, all necessary files were copied from the CD on your computer and you have to reboot.

Now you get a new boot screen. Either on 30 secs windows boots from alone or you can change to Linux.

For me this is a very good posibility to use Linux, because I can't install Linux on a second partition.

You can download "Wubi" here:

Thursday, October 15, 2009

OpenSSH Server Installation

In fact it's very easy to install OpenSSH in Linux.

To install OpenSSH enter: "sudo apt-get install openssh-server openssh-client" (without "")

To start the SSH Server enter: "sudo /etc/init.d/ssh start"

To close the SSH Server enter:"sudo /etc/init.d/ssh stop"

And at last to restart the SSH Server enter:"sudo /etc/init.d/ssh restart"

To access to your SSH Server for example from Windows, you can download a little tool, called "Putty".

PS: I used Ubuntu to install SSH.

Saturday, October 10, 2009

Linux Commands

cd [directory] ___ change directory
cd ___ change to home-directory of the user
fdisk ___ Administration of the hard-disk partitions
ls [ ] ___ shows the content of directories
ls -a ___ all files will be shown
ls -l ___ the file list contains access authorisation, user, length etc
ls -k___ file-length will be shown in kb
more ___ content of a file will be shown
find ___ searching files
grep ___ browse of files
mount ___ mount a data medium
unmount ___ unmount a data medium
cp ___ copies files
mv ___ switches files
rm ___ deletes files
echo "" ___ displays text
who ___ shows all on-line users
date ___ shows date and time
su ___ switch User
ps ___ shows current processes
kill ___ closes current processes
sudo -s ___ login as root
man [command]___ shows the manual-page to the [command]

Friday, October 9, 2009

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Application isn't able to update

There was a case, that a program wasn't able to update, because it wanted to uninstall the older version, but this wasn't able the old version was uninstalled manually (not my fault).

But it's very easy to solve this problem:

- Press "Windows-Key"
- Go on "Accomplish"
- Type "regedit" and press "enter"
- Search for the Registry-Entry, who should be uninstalled
- delete the Registry-Entry
-  Start the update again

Tuesday, October 6, 2009


I searched for a free on-line hard disk and I found

- You get 2GB disk space
- You can upload files via your web browser or you install a network hard drive on your local computer.
- You can install a guest access and pick single folders, which should be visible for the guest.

I use the on-line hard disk for backups and listening to my music, from everywhere I want.

Attention: I wouldn't make MP3 files visible for the guest.

Sunday, October 4, 2009

Visible-/ Invisible-List in ICQ

Some people asked me about the Visible-/ Invisible-List of ICQ. But I thinks it's very easy:

If you put somebody on your Visible-List, the user can see you always. It doesn't care if you're on-line or invisible.

If you put somebody on your Invisible-List, the user can't see you anymore. There's no difference if you're on-line or invisible, he can't see you.

At last, if you put your status on invisible, only your Visible-List is able to see you on-line.

Friday, October 2, 2009


To know what I'm talking about you should download this program:

With this program you can use Twitter, Facebook, ICQ, Skype, Windows Live Messenger, Jabber or manage your emails. In my opinion this is a very brilliant program, because you needn't 1000 windows to manage all your accounts. I found this program on fortune on Twitter.

This program has many functions and is also well looking. You have different ways to display the chat window. Also you can adjust different skins.
But the program has also another site. The settings-menu is a little bit complicated and it's useful to have a small basic knowledge.

In the next time, I'll install Trillian in Windows 7 and after I  tested it there, I will write a blog post about that.