There is a new feature built into windows seven. It’s a new feature that allows you to have multiple windows up and click on and hold the title bar of the window you want to keep up on the screen and then you shake that wiindow. Once you start to shake the current window, all of the other windows minimize all at once. This is just another new feature of Windows 7. Remember, this one is easy. You have multiple windows on screen and you want to minimize all of them but one, you just click on the one you want and shake that window until all of the other windows minimize.
Step 1.) Installing “Back In Time”.
sudo gedit /etc/apt/sources.list
Add the following line to this file:
deb http://le-web.org/repository stable main
sudo apt-key add le-web.key
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install backintime-common backintime-gnome
Step 2.) Using “Back In Time”.
Go to Applications -> System Tools -> Back in Time.
Go through the different tabs and setup your settings for your backups.
Once you have everything setup then you need to hit the “Backup Now” button. That’s it. you now have your Ubuntu backups.
If you are usig Firefox and Safari in Mac OS X, you can use the new three finger gestures to perform certain actions. Listed below are the new actions that Safari and Firefox perform with three finger gestures:
Three-finger swipe up: Home key (top of the page)
Three-finger swipe down: End key (bottom of the page)
Three-finger swipe left: Browse back
Three-finger swipe right: Browse forward
Three-finger swipe left: Browse back
Three-finger swipe right: Browse forward
Setspn -A HTTP/site kerbuser
for example if I had a website called support.acme.com and an active directory user called john.smith:
setspn -A HTTP/support.acme.com john.smith
Then after that I would run the following command:
ktpass -princ HTTP/site@KERBEROS_DOMAIN(ALL CAPS) -pass password -mapuser user@enviornment -out c:\temp\user.HTTP.keytab
Once everything is setup, in order to login to the website using kerberos credentials through firefox or internet explorer you would need to do the following:
for Internet Explorer:
1.) Join your computer to your kerberos Domain.
2.) login to your pc using a kerberos domain user.
3.) Setup the following for IE:
a.) go to Tools -> Internet Options -> Click on the “Security” tab.
b.) Click on “Local Intranet” and then “Sites”
c.) Then Click on “Advanced”, Enter your site address here and click “Add”, then “Close”
4.) Now you should be able to authenticate to your site using kerberos.
1.) Join your computer to your kerberos domain which is usually your active directory domain.
2.) Login to your pc using a kerberos domain user which is usually your act ive directory users.
3.) In Firefox go to the address bar and enter “about:config” without the quotes.
5.) Then set the following: network.negotiate-auth.using-native-gsslib to true.
5.) Then leave the page and go to your website and you should be able to login.
You know the one that has your “Phone”, “Mail”, “Safari”, and “IPod”.
Well you can change these around or replace them with other Icons entirely. In order to do this just press and hold the icons. When the icons start shaking, just drag them while where you want them. You can put any different 4 icons on your dock at a time. Shown to the right side of the screen is a screenshot of how I changed my “Phone”, and “Mail” and reversed them.
2.) Then go to “System” -> “Preferences” -> “Compiz Fusion Manager.
3.) Check Desktop Cube, Rotate Cube, 3D Windows, Wobbly Windows, Paint Fire on the Screen, and Water Effects. Then close the Compiz Fusion Manager.
4.) Now the fun begins. Listed below are a few shortcuts that will get you started having a little fun with the different effects of Ubuntu’s graphics:
|Desktop Effects||Keyboard Shortcuts|
|Rotate Cube||Mousewheel on Desktop|
|Switcher2||Alt + Tab|
|Shift Switcher3||Super + Tab (2 modes: flip and cover)|
|Ring Switcher||Super + Tab – overrides Shift Switcher|
|Expo||Super + E (toggle)|
|Film Effect||Ctrl + Alt + Down Arrow4|
|Rotate Cube Manually||Ctrl + Alt + Left Mouse Button|
|Scale Windows||Alt + Shift + Up Arrow|
|Show/Clear Desktop||Ctrl + Alt + D (toggle)|
|Snapping Windows||Move a window across workspaces5|
|Screenshot||Super + Left Mouse Button|
|Zoom In/Out||Super + Mousewheel|
|Transparent Window||Alt + Mousewheel|
|Resize Window||Alt + F8|
|Move Window||Alt + F7|
|Add Helper||Super + P|
|Widget Layer||F9 (toggle)|
|Water Effects||Shift + F9 (toggle)|
|Fire Effects: On||Super + Shift + Left Mouse Button|
|Fire Effects: Clear||Super + Shift + C|
|Annotate: Draw||Super + Left Mouse Button|
|Annotate: Start||Super + 1|
|Annotate: End||Super + 3|
|Group: Select Window(s)||Super + S|
|Group: Group Windows||Super + T|
|Group: Ungroup Windows||Super + U|
|Group: Flip Windows||Super + Right or Left Arrow|
f you connect your Mac OS X to the internet, then yes you need a Mac OS X Compatible Antivirus software program. The only safe computer or Mac is one that never connects to any network and is always physically secure. So, now that you know you need antivirus software, the question is what is out there for mac users as far as antivirus software goes? I recommend PC Tools Antivirus software. It seems to be a pretty good antivirus program and it’s also free for home users. Corporate users have to pay a nominal fee. You can download PC Tools Antivirus software for Mac OS X from the following link: http://www.iantivirus.com/download/
Once you install the software, which is a very easy install, it will startup automatically and you can go ahead and make sure that “Protect My Mac” is checked and then you can go ahead and scan your mac to make sure that you don’t have anything on your computer that is malicious.
In order to create a new virtual machine, you will need to login and expand the esx server named “esxserver.example.com” and then click on your resource pool which happens to be your name. You will then right click on the resource pool and select “New Virtual Machine”. Once you have created your virtual machine and you are ready to install the operating system, you will need to click on your virtual machine and edit the settings. You will need to right click on the virtual machine and select “Edit Settings”. Once you are in “Edit Settings”, you will need to click on the “Option” tab and then select the “Boot Options” portion of the screen. Once this is done you will need to check the “Force BIOS Setup” checkbox. At this point you will need to put your operating system install disc into your cd drive on your local computer and then click “OK”. Now it is time to click on your VM and power it on. Once the VM is powered on, you will need to click on the console tab icon on the toolbar. The icon is a computer with an upward right arrow. Once you have the console screen up you will see the “PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility” Screen. Using the right arrow key, you can move the menu to the “Boot” menu. Now you will need to use the arrow keys to select ”CD-ROM Drive”. Once this has been done you will need to click on the “+” button to move the “CD-ROM Drive” to the top of the boot menu. At this point you will need to press the “control” + “Alt” buttons to release control of the VM. Now it is time connect your local “CD-ROM Drive” to your virtual machine. You will need to click on the Cdrom with a wrench icon and then select your cd–rom that has your operating system disc in it. Once this has been done, you can click back into the console screen and use the right arrow key to move to the “Exit” menu of your “PhoenixBIOS Setup Utility” screen. At this point, you want to “Exit Saving Changes”. Now you will see a “Setup Confirmation” box appear. Just make sure that “YES” is highlighted and hit the return key. When your VM reboots it should automatically boot your operating system install disc and you can then install your operating system on your VM.
1.) You need access to a intel IMac or Mac Mini
2.) You need a usb flash drive
3.) connect the usb Flash drive to the IMac or Mac Mini
4.) Go to Utilites -> Disk Utility
5.) Click on the Removable disk then on the Restore Tab
6.) Drag your IMac or Mac Mini Disk Drive in the left hand column over to the source.
7.) Drag your usb flash drive to the destination.
8.) Check Erase Destination and then click on Restore button.
9.) After this completes, take your usb drive over to your new macbook.
10.) take out the battery and remove the screws so that you can take the harddrive out.
11.) plug in your usb drive and power up your new macbook.
12.) It will then boot into 10.4, once it boots up you will want to go to system preferences and click on startup disk. Change your startup disk to the usb flash drive and restart your macbook.
13.) before you restart your macbook while it is still powered up plug your hardddrive back in.
14.) Once your computer starts up do steps 4-8 again but make your source the usb drive and your destination your new macbook harddrive.
15.) When this completes you should be able to go to system preference -> startup disk and change your startup disk to your new macbook harddrive.
ssh-keygen -t rsa
2. Now copy the id_rsa.pub to the .ssh directory of the remote host you want to logon to as authorized_keys2 .
3. You should now be able to type the following command to get into the box without using a password:
- 4. Now type the following command into the terminal:
ssh -D 2020 -fN email@example.com
This will setup the ssh tunnel.
- 5. Now you have to setup your browser, say “Firefox” to route all traffic including dns traffic through your new ssh tunnel you just setup. Open up Firefox and go to preferences -> Advanced -> Network and then click the “Settings” tab like the following example:
- 6. You should then be able to go to the following address:
and it should show you the ip address from which you are coming from, which should be your new ssh tunnel ip address.