Install Windows after Ubuntu Lucid Lynx

Sh*t happens. There is no more applications to manage my 6th generation iPod Classic 160 GB under Linux/Ubuntu. I have to install Windows as the second operating system along with newly installed Ubuntu Lucid Lynx (it rocks but this is for another post) to run iTunes. For rather long time I’ve been using gtkpod, amarok, banshee, exaile or rhythmbox to sync my ipod under Linux/Ubuntu and load my music collection there. […]

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16 GB encrypted candy file

Update: as far as cryptoloop is vulnerable and is not maintained I don’t recommend using below approach for creating encrypted for for those of you who require strong security. Use truecrypt to create encrypted filesystem within a file instead. Today it came to my mind that it is time to make sensitive information stored on my usb flash drive encrypted but still transportable and easy to use. But I don’t want […]

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Keep files at Linux/Windows/Unix synchronized with Unison

Unison is a file-synchronization tool for Unix and Windows. It allows two replicas of a collection of files and directories to be stored on different hosts (or different disks on the same host), modified separately, and then brought up to date by propagating the changes in each replica to the other. Unison that is available for Linux, Unix and Windows, shares a number of features with tools such as CVS, […]

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Keep contacts and calendar/datebook of Motorola Razr V3 saved

Some time ago I wrote about syncing mobile phone contacts and calendar with online service ZYB. Today I’d like to share my experience of Motorola Razr V3 sync by means of this free service. I’d like to mention that advantage of this method is that it doesn’t matter what operating system you use, it can be Linux, Apple Mac or even M$ Window$. All operations are done with any browser […]

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Make a copy of virtual machine with Vmware Server

It’s proven to be that during software development process, research activities and etc., using of virtulization is invaluable. In my practice I use Vmware Server, so the next article would be useful. First of all, we need to find where all our virtual machines are in our system. After small search I’ve found vmware files in /var/lib/vmware/Virtual Machines. There are some set of directories each corresponds to some of your […]

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