Monthly Archives: February 2012

28 02, 2012

Installing Pakages rpm ang tar

By |February 28th, 2012|linux|0 Comments

RPM rpm -iUhv <pkgname>.rpm rpm -F <pkgname>.rpm rpm -e <pkgname>.rpm rpm -l <pkgname>.rpm i...install U...update h...Print  50  hash marks as the package archive is unpacked v...print normally routine progress messages F...Fresh install e...erase install l...listing details   tar -xvzf package_name.tar.gz x= extract v=verbose z=(un)compress f=file tar -jxvf package_name.tar.bz2 j=bzip2    

28 02, 2012


By |February 28th, 2012|linux|0 Comments

Changing the permissions can be done with names and numbers, I like the numbers chmod 754  test.txt Here is why: 4=read 2=write 1=execute. The three numbers in the chmod above are for the "user" ( the first number ), "group" ( the second number ) and "others" ( the third number ) So if I [...]

28 02, 2012

See through Terminal

By |February 28th, 2012|linux|0 Comments

Guake is an application which will give us a see through terminal.with tis terminal u can work on terminal and see the background as well see movies/photos etc yum install guake*

27 02, 2012


By |February 27th, 2012|WINDOWS|0 Comments

Here we will see two type of password bypassing for windows 1.using ubuntu live cd and chntpw command 2. using offline nt password recovery cd or usb Use chntpw to delete a Windows password : With chntpw utility, you can erase the password of      any Windows account, freeing access.first load the ubuntu live cd and [...]

26 02, 2012

How to activate Root login

By |February 26th, 2012|linux|0 Comments

Open your Te rminal from Applications -> System Tools -> Terminal -----------Now Login as a root from your terminal ------------Now go to your :-- cd /etc/pam.d/ -------------Then first take a backup of gdm file ***********************cp gdm gdm.bkp ---------------Find and Comment or remove this line into your gdm file ---------------auth required user != root quiet [...]

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