Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Recover lost data using Foremost, Scalpel and Photorec...

In this post we'll see how to recover data from  your hard drives.Many-a-times we lose our precious files to shift-delete mania! 
Once you accidently delete your files you can still recover these files  from your PC thanks to these tools below but we need to do some  preparatory 
work before we recover files.


Sunday, March 4, 2012

How to play nintendo games on linux...??

Who remembers the good old days
when mario, contra and tank were the best games?
I do... ;)

So in this post i'll tell you how to play those games again.. :)

Sunday, January 8, 2012

Python Tutorial 2: Uderstanding Variables, Operators etc...

This is Python tutorial no. 2
One thing you should note here is '>>>' in the tutorials is the python
prompt which  implies that python interpreter is ready to interpret your 

commands and '...' is padded  with multiline statements by python shell,
they are not the part of input or output.So  if you copy any examples from
here don't copy the '>>>' and '...'

The topics covered in this tutorial are : 

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Changing the layout of minimize/maximize/close buttons in ubuntu.....

If you have recently migrated to ubuntu
and find it hard to deal with max,min and close button then don't worry you can change the position of these buttons to top right just like you have these buttons on the right in windows.
(Tested in Ubuntu 10.04 and 11.04)


Just follow these simple steps:-

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Python Tutorial 1:Running your first program....

So we begin our journey into the exciting world of python.You are going to learn a very beautiful language and a powerful one too.So first we begin with very basic i.e. how to run python programs and how to save your python files.

The very common python files have extensions like .py and .pyw just like C or C++ where the extensions are .c and .cpp respectively.
So if you encounter any such files you know which language's code is in that file.

Thursday, September 22, 2011

Restore your GRUB in simple steps.....

GNU GRUB(GRand Unified Bootloader)
is often a confusing topic for linux newbies but it's not.It is an implementation of a method to load various operating systems or different kernel configurations available on your system...confused ??
In simple words you can load different operating systems from a simple list.

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

How to install Turbo C++ on ubuntu linux...??

Turbo C++ is C/C++ compiler developed by Borland and is used to develop c, c++ programs and applications.
It has a compiler,basic editor and a debugger. The explorer version is freeware whereas for professional version you have to pay a small price.It is an IDE (Integrated Development Environment ).

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