Vuze bitTorrent client is a mature piece of software with killer features (unfortunately it’s written in java -and i hate java btw :D ) ! Let’s count some…. Built-in: Fast Start Extension: enabling new peers to quickly start downloading despite their lack of pieces to trade UPnP / NAT-PMP: The Vuze client automatically configures […]
Vlsub is a well-known vlc extension for downloading subtitles automatically in various languages, based on movie’ s file hash or title. The new features and bug fixes applied from previous and current version are: search subtitles for videos file inside an archive Add language automatic detection from os environment Simplified interface Add a success message […]
When you create an image, take a screenshot, take a picture with your smartphone or your computer etc, that picture is tagged with some metadata which can be used to track your location or your identity. In which file types are these metadata applied? Image files (scanned documents too), audio files. What info are embeded in photos? […]
If you are unable to get sound in TeamSpeak or TeamSpeak is hogging the sound from other applications, then you will need to run TeamSpeak with the aoss command. The Linux version of TeamSpeak is based on OSS, which doesn't support software mixing. Therefore you need to use alsa-oss, which channels OSS applications through ALSA, making them them work more or less like regular ALSA programs.
To run Teamspeak through ALSA always, you should edit your Launcher links to add 'aoss' to the front of the command. E.g. the command becomes "aoss teamspeak". If you run Teamspeak from the Applications menu, go to System, Preferences, then Main Menu, and find Teamspeak under Internet. Then click Teamspeak, click Properties, and modify the command accordingly.
If you run TS2 with the aoss option, and you still aren't able to get sound in more than one application, look at your kernel -- it is possible that the driver that is loaded via autodetection is not the best driver for your actual chipset.
If you are using PulseAudio, replace aoss with padsp to achieve the same effect.
Article From <a href="https://help.ubuntu.com/community/TeamSpeak" target="_blank">Ubuntu Forums</a>
Personally is my favourite framework and i use it in most of my "web coding" cases.
I've been looking for <strong>wildcard</strong> ellement selection in <strong>JQuery</strong> framework and finally i've realized that <a href="http://jquery.com/" target="_blank">JQuery</a> uses <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regular_expression" target="_blank"><strong>regular expressions</strong></a> in DOM (Document Object model).
[crayon-5d1061da23bbb628404050 lang="js" ]$("#divEllement").html();
So for wildcards this can be done.
Update: I’ve discovered that is not usable in some cases. In case you are really in trouble, you can use
This will work in any of these “Ellement1″,”Ellement2″,”EllementSomething” cases.[/crayon]
If anyone has a better way for this, don't hesistate to mail me.
What is SSH? Secure Shell or SSH is a network protocol that allows data to be exchanged using a secure channel between two networked devices. SSH was designed as a replacement for Telnet and other insecure remote shells, which send information, notably passwords, in plaintext, rendering them susceptible to packet analysis. The encryption used by […]
In this tutorial you’ll learn how to setup your own free shoutcast server with shoutcast server software from shoutcast.com 1. login to your server via ssh (ssh tutorial) to get a remote command line or just fire-up the keyboard right in front of your server! ;p 2. create a folder where you want to download […]
This is tutorial about installing or updating <a href="http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/fx/">firefox</a> via mozilla firefox repository on <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ubuntu_(operating_system)">Ubuntu</a>.
1. First you must add via terminal (Ctrl-Alt-T) the repository of mozilla firefox with the stable versions.
[crayon-5d1061da247f5655594611 lang="bash" ]$ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mozillateam/firefox-stable
2. update your packages
$ sudo apt-get update
3. finally, an upgrade and you’re done!
$ sudo apt-get install firefox
Enjoy your new, stable, firefox! Best Regards, Specktator.[/crayon]
To recover your files from a damaged hard disk is simple nowadays.
Let's say that a blackout caused the loss of data.
You can't boot from your drive or you can't access it in any way...
Simply download <a href="http://www.file-recovery.net/download.htm">Active @ File Recovery for windows</a> and install it.
Step By Step ... a simple way
1. <em><strong>Open Active File Recovery</strong></em>
2. <em><strong>Select your drive from the left tree menu</strong></em>
3. <em><strong>Press Quick Scan button (wait for a while to see results)</strong></em>
4. <em><strong>If this try is successfull your entire data or a part of them will be visible on the right pane. The dark colored folders are your deleted or damaged files/folders.</strong></em>
5.<em><strong>To recover press Recover Button and save wherever you want.</strong></em>
Step By Step ... a Harder way (for desperate HDDs and Users)
In case you have a badly damaged disk Active File Recovery can make a Deep Search by pressing the Super Scan button.
1. <em><strong>Press SuperScan button.</strong></em>
<em>This is a deep search remember you'll have to be patient and wait until it's done. Take a nap and forget about it for some hours. The time of scanning procedure depends on your drive's capacity. (Do the math :))</em>
2. <em><strong>When Active File Recovery is done of scanning, Save the scan results by clicking the main scan results folder on the left pane.</strong></em>
3. <em><strong>Then go to file->Save Scan Results... and save it.</strong></em>
4. <em><strong>Go to right pane and sort the results by size</strong></em> (it usually works)
5. <em><strong>Track down the partition name, of the largest partitions that Active File Recovery found, to the left pane.</strong></em>
6. <em><strong>Expand it and check the files there.</strong></em>
7. <em><strong>Select the folder/files and by right clicking on them copy them to a save disk.</strong></em>
Some usefull links:
<a href="http://www.file-recovery.net/">About Active @ File File Recovery</a>
<a href="http://www.file-recovery.net/manual.htm">Documentation concerning some other tasks</a>
Restarting ALSA is extremely simple. Follow these steps: Open a terminal. (Ctrl+T) Enter your password at the prompt.
sudo /etc/init.d/alsa-utils start