Go Invisible option in pidgin is an option only. It will set status to busy. But there is a solution for it.
Enable the XMPP console in Tools > Plugins.
Now select Tools->XMMP Console->XMMP Console.
Check your gmail account is selected in the console.
Put these code in the second box and hit enter.
Don’t mind the trail of code in the monitor, but a hacker could find it pretty useful.
Now go invisible.
To reset change unavailable to available and put it in the console.
For more go to http://www.madhusudancs.info/invisible.
This is a short note including everyday commands. You can find more details like installing git and more commands at http://help.github.com/.
Don’t forget $ man git.
Create a repo graphically and do the following to get started.
The first section is to set up your name and email as a committer.
“git commit” allows to commit locally with comment specified using -m option.
Here $ git commit -m “first commit” will make your local repo a step ahead of remote repo.
Check status using $ git status .
At first we need to connect to the remote repo. Origin is the remote repo-name used here, I suggest github or whatever name say your real repo name.
Now push using git push. Here master branch pushed to origin(remote repo-name).
To start tracking/add a new file → $ git add <file name> .
To commit to the remote repo → $ git push <repo name> <branch name>.
Default branch choice is master.
To see branches → $ git branch .
Add -a option if you wish to see remote branches also.
To add a new branch for parallel developing → $ git branch <branch name> .
Move to the new branch → $ git checkout <branch name> .
To push a new branch →
$ git push <remote repo name> <local branch name> :<remote branch name>.
If you use both branch names same, the ” <local branch name>: ” is optional.
To delete a branch locally → $ git branch -d .
To delete remote branch → $ git push <repo name> :<remote branch name> .
i.e. nothing pushed( local section blank ).
To add a tag → $ git tag <tag name>
To update remote repo → $ git push – – tags
To remove tags → $ git push <repo name> :<tag name> .
Creating a folder demands adding files under it and use git rm in case of file deletion. So better keep file names distinct.
Use git clone/fetch to create a local copy of a repo.
To remove a repo do it graphically.
Useful links :
Changing the current rsa public key or adding a new key wont work as soon as you do it. The usual delay I get is about 10-30 min. So don’t get frustrated and change keys continuously. Keep patience and wait. Do
$ ssh email@example.com in intervals until confirmation. The success message is
ERROR: Hi shijith! You've successfully authenticated, but GitHub does not
provide shell access
C do not have a built-in boolean type. In C, zero means false and non-zero means true. So we don’t have to use boolean types in comparison operations. If a comparison say using “== ” succeeds, one would be returned. Zero in case of a failure. Run the program to remove debuts,
printf("False = %d True = %d\n",1==0,1==1);
df (1) - report file system disk space usage
df is used for checking file system size, used size and available size. By default it reports in numbers of 1k block. Two useful options are
Use 1024-byte block units when writing space figures.
Display in human readable format, Kb, Mb, or Gb.
Use man to find more.
BloGTK is an application for blogging. We can use it for posting new articles, instead of browser. It has everything offered by word press editor. Install the software first.
DEB family type “apt-get install blogtk” and RPM group type “yum install blogtk” as root in the terminal. After installing, select it from Application/Internet/BloGTK Webblog Client. If it is not starting, take terminal. Type blogtk to start it. It might show an error like “no module named gtkhtml2”. Then you should install python-gtkhtml2. If apt-get or yum fails to find such a package, you can get it here, python-gtkhtml2. Select appropriate package from the liked site and double-click to install. If installed correctly, blogtk would run.
The settings are, go to Edit/Account and Settings and set
Server URL : http://you.wordpress.com/xmlrpc.php
Username : username
Password : password
Blogging System: Movable type
Press OK and select Connect in File.
Now you are ready to post. Select the desired Blog and Category to start writing new posts. You can see 3 tabs. Edit Post for normal editing, Advanced for tags etc and Preview shows preview. The demerits are no text formatting, HTML editor, grammar checking etc. This my first post using BloGTK. I finished it early but I don’t have the usual satisfaction using Word Press. I think you can use it as an offline tool for blogging. It is good tool for a blogger having limited Internet access.
Thanks to this..
To insert a code or a pre formatted text, you can use “Preformatted” instead of “Paragraph” in visual editor. For html editor corresponding tag is pre. In html editor enclose the text in these tags.
<pre> text </pre>.
For writing code you can use code tag.
<code> code </code>.
For coloring the code according to language syntax and proper listing, use sourcecode tag. Use it as
lang could be
- matlab (keywords only)
For more details go to http://en.support.wordpress.com/code/.
We could hardly understand words of a Malayalam site. The problem is lack of correct font. For example go to manoramaonline. At the first look, you will close it. As many of our doubts, googling resolves it. But many consider it a huge effort, I don’t know why ?.
You get a Malayalam font, double-click and press install. Manorama.ttf is at the bottom. If fails or something unexpected happens, go ahead with following commands. As root
# mkdir /usr/share/fonts/manorama
# cp Manorama.ttf /usr/share/fonts/manorama
# fc-cache -fv
First we created a folder manorama in font directory(/usr/share/fonts/). Then copied Manorama.ttf font to that. The third command updated font information cache files. Restart your browser to start reading in mother-tang.
Click to download Manorama.ttf