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Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Stream & Download Free MP3 Songs On WP7 With Fildo

YouTube is probably the best source of online music if you don't want to browse through a lot of websites, looking for a working link. That is why there are many YouTube clients on Windows Phone 7, and some of them even let users download songs as MP3 audio files. However, surfing through YouTube...
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GREP ISSUE

Hi im trying a GREP a varaiable which contains a file name and i search it in a list of .txt file and ifs its found the .txt file , it returns the name of the txt file name..the snippet im using is




Code:


foreach my $files (glob('*.txt'))

{

open(my $fh1, $files) or die("Unable to open '$files': $!");

{

if ( grep /$file/, <$fh1> )

{

$Sheet->Cells($row,$col+1)->{'Value'} = $files;

close ($fh1);




GREP is working fine but the issue is if $file contains apple.txt and when i search it in the text files the following patterns are getting matched _apple.txt ...



I want exact match or _ should be ignored ..i tried

Code:


grep -w /$file/

but nothing works....Any idea ...Thank u guys




Index server

Hi guys,



I have postgresql server with huge amount of data, nearly 2 billion records. each record is at most 50 bytes(4 integer fields). I need to build index on all column to do fast reporting. but indexes becomes bloat after some time. almost 80% of database size is because of its huge indexes. I need some comprehensive external indexing solution so I remove indexes on DB. I found Lucene but it is for full text searching. my fields are all integer. Is there any good solution?




10 Great Online Resources To Support Your Dumpster Diving Lifestyle

dumpster divingYou wouldn't normally associate the image of someone in America or Europe diving into a rubbish bin to search for reusable trash. But dumpster diving (thankfully) is neither a post-apocalyptic survival technique nor a statement of an economy on the downturn. It is more of a social trend, a hobby, or better still – an environmental statement.


Dumpster diving is urban scavenging in search of items that can be recycled into something useful or turned into cash. Plus, as the Wikipedia page on the subject tells you, rummaging through your neighborhood garbage bin has uses for students, artists, and even scientists. So, if you have already started endorsing dumpster diving, here are ten resources that can help you learn more.


Wikihow



The online how-to manual gives you a one page brief and concise introduction to the 'sport' of diving into dumpsters. As it is described elsewhere too, Wikihow also says – one man’s trash is another man’s treasure! In your excitement to scout out the nearest dumpster, don't forget to read the section on warnings.


Trashwiki


guide to dumpster diving


Trashwiki is a great resource for those with an alternative lifestyle. Though it probably hasn't been updated since 2011, 742 articles on trash and how to extract value from it make for a lot of tips. Trashwiki has dedicated articles on dumpster diving, skipping waste, and freeganism. Check out the external links on the wiki which give you a few more information sources on skipping (as the British call it). Some of the links don't work though.


Dumpster Divers Paradise


guide to dumpster diving


This is a place where you can share your experiences – the good and the bad – while pursuing dumpsters. Topic forums provide tips, advice, suggestions and funny stories, all on dumpster diving. Then there is a forum for meeting other divers and a great place to find deals, bargains, coupons and much more. Go over the Frequently Asked Questions where queries like 'Is dumpster diving legal?', 'Is dumpster diving safe?', and a few more have been answered. But of course, as the site says, you should also do your own research.


Freegan Info


guide to dumpster diving


Freegans are our modern day salvagers especially when it comes to food. Freeganism is the practice of reclaiming and eating food that has been discarded. One can place it as a key part of the dumpster lifestyle. The site is like an outreach platform for freegans in the U.S. and around the world too. The site highlights events, meetings, group dives into dumpsters, and other organizational and community meets that promote the alternate lifestyle. There is a calendar of events you can check out. Freegan Info also has Dumpster Directory for recycling stuff retailers throw out.


Frugal Village


dumpster diving finds


Frugal Village and its tips on how to live a frugal life may not be directly on dumpster diving, but it is correlated as both their objectives crisscross. The site stresses on eco-frugality, something that is at the center of scavenging and recycling junk. Sara Noel shares practical advice on money saving tips, debt reduction, budgeting, DIY projects, crafts and more from her own experience. Dumpster divers would do well to check out similar sites so that they can recycle stuff in alternative ways.


The Living Web


dumpster diving finds


The Living Web is another one brief stopover for those wanting to know all about the activity. The webpage (or article) has lots of interesting links and tidbits that can help to motivate you to take the dive. For instance, you can dumpster dive for charity, turn trash into art, and even make money for yourself in the flea market. If you plan to really go into it, also look into the recommended book.


The Freecycle Network


dumpster diving finds


People throw away perfectly good items. That's where you come – the intrepid dumpster diver. But what do you do with extras that you salvage? Use The Freecycle Network and its local network to give away the stuff and earn a few eco-brownie points. The network has representations worldwide with 5,041 groups with 8,952,412 members. What you take out from the dumpster ultimately helps to reduce the size of the landfills and protects the environment.


Yahoo Groups



I haven't joined this group to check it out more thoroughly because I am wary of the deluge of emails from members of the Yahoo group of dumpster divers. If you are looking to be one, join in. There are 979 of them already there, so there should be a lot to learn and talk about.


YouTube



From Howcast video tutorials on how to dumpster dive to videos from around the world, except to find a ton of riches even before you jump into your first trash can. DannysCam is one of the largest channels with 503 videos, though not all are on the hobby. The Salvage Army has its own presence too.


MeetUp



The MeetUp site is a great place to find fellow dumpster divers near your area and plan or attend a meet-up. Dumpster diving at its best is a group activity, so if there's one happening in your area or if you want to start one, the world’s largest network of local groups could be of help. You are sure to find a few interested friends among the 9.5 million members of the social site. There are 5,000+ enthusiasts according to the site.


These are the best websites on the subject that I could find. Maybe because it's still on the fringes of mainstream. Have I missed a blinder here? If you are a dumpster diving buff you would know. If you think dumpster diving is for those who want to live off the grid, let us know your feelings – is it just an alternative lifestyle fad or does it have its uses?


For recycling stuff, read up on some of our past posts:



Image Credit: Wikimedia Commons











VideoCacheView Can Now Save Split Videos From YouTube In A Single File

Nirsoft (short for Nir Sofer, its original developer) is one of the most renowned developers from the Windows community. The company keeps releasing some of the most useful utilities on Windows, NirLauncher (reviewed here), WakeMeOnLAN (reviewed here), NetBScanner (reviewed here) etc., just to name...
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Newser For WP7: News App With Concise Stories, Readers’ Reactions & A Great UI

In today's world, getting information regarding any subject is fairly easy. These days, the question is not "How to get information?", but "Where to get it?". Technology has endowed us with a lot of sources for latest news and other up-to-date information. Even the age of television is...
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Newser For WP7: News App With Concise Stories, Readers’ Reactions & A Great UI

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How To Turn Off Windows Store In Windows 8 [Tip]

Taking a page out of Apple’s Mac App Store, Microsoft has begun to build its own app store, the Windows Store, for Windows 8 applications. Right now, the number of apps in the latter is nowhere near the amount available for Mac users. Just like the other app stores, Windows Store also...
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Alarm Clock Ultra Is Arguably The Best, Most Comprehensive Android Alarm App Out There

Just recently, we've been treated to quite a few feature-rich Android alarm apps, such as iHome Sleep (read review), PipeUp! Voice Alarm (read review) and Morning Routine (read review). However, when it comes to the amount of features and extent of customization, none of the above come even...
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Stream & Download Free MP3 Songs On WP7 With Fildo

YouTube is probably the best source of online music if you don't want to browse through a lot of websites, looking for a working link. That is why there are many YouTube clients on Windows Phone 7, and some of them even let users download songs as MP3 audio files. However, surfing through YouTube...
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Can we create multiple users with same UID?

* Can we create multiple users with same UID?

* Can we give root permissions to normal user like admin.s ? If YES give me full details (syntax of sudo/RBAC)




help me find ubuntu basics

hello, im new to the unix/linux

just got the ubuntu installed in a comp

i need some startup material to learn ubuntu and sripting



i have these tutorials for linux but some commands not running in ubuntu...

http://www.unix.com/answers-frequent...tutorials.html



please help with some content like above for ubuntu




Can we create multiple users with same UID?

* Can we create multiple users with same UID?

* Can we give root permissions to normal user like admin.s ? If YES give me full details (syntax of sudo/RBAC)




help me find ubuntu basics

hello, im new to the unix/linux

just got the ubuntu installed in a comp

i need some startup material to learn ubuntu and sripting



i have these tutorials for linux but some commands not running in ubuntu...

http://www.unix.com/answers-frequent...tutorials.html



please help with some content like above for ubuntu




GREP ISSUE

Hi im trying a GREP a varaiable which contains a file name and i search it in a list of .txt file and ifs its found the .txt file , it returns the name of the txt file name..the snippet im using is




Code:


foreach my $files (glob('*.txt'))

{

open(my $fh1, $files) or die("Unable to open '$files': $!");

{

if ( grep /$file/, <$fh1> )

{

$Sheet->Cells($row,$col+1)->{'Value'} = $files;

close ($fh1);




GREP is working fine but the issue is if $file contains apple.txt and when i search it in the text files the following patterns are getting matched _apple.txt ...



I want exact match or _ should be ignored ..i tried

Code:


grep -w /$file/

but nothing works....Any idea ...Thank u guys




setting rate of execution using while

What can I use to echo current date 1000 times once every second, redirect this output to a file,and then use tail to monitor growth of the file?




setting rate of execution using while

What can I use to echo current date 1000 times once every second, redirect this output to a file,and then use tail to monitor growth of the file?




Having solaris installed over VM ware machine in windows

I have installed solaris 10 over VM ware in windows machine. now i want to share the files from windows to solaris. how can i do so.. and pls tell if through putty i can access the solaris from windows machine without logging onto VMware.




Having solaris installed over VM ware machine in windows

I have installed solaris 10 over VM ware in windows machine. now i want to share the files from windows to solaris. how can i do so.. and pls tell if through putty i can access the solaris from windows machine without logging onto VMware.




Vim Match problem

Goodmorning,

I've some problem in using regular expression in a VIM syntax configuration file.

I've need to match a string as <<< some to match >>> so that it matches only some to match .

With standard regular expression i know that for this goal works fine the regex:



(?<=<{3}).*(?=>{3})



but in Vim syntax files this doesn't work. I've tested

\(?<=<\{3\}\).*\(?=>\{3\}\)

or

\(\?\<\=<\{3\}\).*\(\?\=>\{3\}\)

but nothing, since in this later when I'm opening the file, it turns always the error

"E:64 \? follows nothing".

I'm sorry about my disgusting English! :D



Thank for reads




Index server

Hi guys,



I have postgresql server with huge amount of data, nearly 2 billion records. each record is at most 50 bytes(4 integer fields). I need to build index on all column to do fast reporting. but indexes becomes bloat after some time. almost 80% of database size is because of its huge indexes. I need some comprehensive external indexing solution so I remove indexes on DB. I found Lucene but it is for full text searching. my fields are all integer. Is there any good solution?




bash script using scp (pw typed by hand) followed by removal of files

Hello,



I tried to write a bash script (code is below) that does scp files that contain a certain string, and that subsequently deletes only those files that have been copied (in my case new files are created every second so it is important to only delete those that have been copied). The key is that I do want to type in the pw for the scp by hand and only once because there are so many files.



Can someone please have a look at the code below including the comments I made and give me some advise? Many thanks.




Code:


#!/bin/bash

echo -e "enter filename string: \c "

read  word

echo "entered string: $word"



#here I need a list or something that holds the files that are available before the scp starts



#currently, this will only hold one file

for i in $(ls -t $word*.txt); do echo "scp $i" ; done



#below scp files based on string provided; important I want to type the pw by hand

scp $word*.txt DIR



#now rm only those files that have been copied

#more files will be created every second so it is important to only delete those that have been copied



#because i holds only one file, it only deletes that one, which is not what I want

echo "deleting $i"

rm "$i"


---------- Post updated at 05:46 AM ---------- Previous update was at 04:10 AM ----------



I found it out myself:




Code:


files=$(find $word*.jpg)



scp -p $word*.jpg $login



for k in "$FILES"; do rm $k; done






bash script using scp (pw typed by hand) followed by removal of files

Hello,



I tried to write a bash script (code is below) that does scp files that contain a certain string, and that subsequently deletes only those files that have been copied (in my case new files are created every second so it is important to only delete those that have been copied). The key is that I do want to type in the pw for the scp by hand and only once because there are so many files.



Can someone please have a look at the code below including the comments I made and give me some advise? Many thanks.




Code:


#!/bin/bash

echo -e "enter filename string: \c "

read  word

echo "entered string: $word"



#here I need a list or something that holds the files that are available before the scp starts



#currently, this will only hold one file

for i in $(ls -t $word*.txt); do echo "scp $i" ; done



#below scp files based on string provided; important I want to type the pw by hand

scp $word*.txt DIR



#now rm only those files that have been copied

#more files will be created every second so it is important to only delete those that have been copied



#because i holds only one file, it only deletes that one, which is not what I want

echo "deleting $i"

rm "$i"


---------- Post updated at 05:46 AM ---------- Previous update was at 04:10 AM ----------



I found it out myself:




Code:


files=$(find $word*.jpg)



scp -p $word*.jpg $login



for k in "$FILES"; do rm $k; done






Batch to Shell Question??

I know this is kindof a noob question, but Im trying to convert a simple batch file to shell, but Im new to shell scripting.



What would the following be in shell script:


Code:


setlocal

set OK=N



set CUR_DIR=%~dp0

set CURRENT_TIME=%TIME:~0, 1%%TIME:~1,1%%TIME:~3,2%%TIME:~6,2%%TIME:~9,2%


I've read up on setlocal and ~dp0 conversions to shell but I'm not sure... Also, Im not sure what set OK=N actually does.

But this is what I've come up with...




Code:


export LC_ALL=C

export OK=N



export CUR_DIR=$(dirname $0)

export CURRENT_TIME=$(date "+ %H%M%S")


Not Sure if its correct at all because Im not sure what setlocal and OK=N is actually doing on a windows machine vs mac/unix.

Also, couldn't figure out how to get the milliseconds in there like the batch file...



Any help would be appreciated...

Thanks




Error opening device: /dev/fscsi0

Hello,

One one of my AIX boxes I'm having the following errror:




Code:


fcstat fcs0:



Port Speed (supported): 4 GBIT

Error opening device: /dev/fscsi0

errno: 0000003d


Has anyone encountered similar errors?



Thank you!




Vim Match problem

Goodmorning,

I've some problem in using regular expression in a VIM syntax configuration file.

I've need to match a string as <<< some to match >>> so that it matches only some to match .

With standard regular expression i know that for this goal works fine the regex:



(?<=<{3}).*(?=>{3})



but in Vim syntax files this doesn't work. I've tested

\(?<=<\{3\}\).*\(?=>\{3\}\)

or

\(\?\<\=<\{3\}\).*\(\?\=>\{3\}\)

but nothing, since in this later when I'm opening the file, it turns always the error

"E:64 \? follows nothing".

I'm sorry about my disgusting English! :D



Thank for reads




5 Games That Make Me Miss The Glory Days Of Sega [MUO Gaming]

Sega may have left the console development business, but that does not mean that I have forgotten the days when I would pick up my giant spaceship controller on my Dreamcast, or spring around with Sonic on Genesis. For you see, I was a Sega backer. In the great race between Nintendo and Sega, I backed the wrong horse. I threw down my money on Sega to win, and well, we all know how that turned out. Still, I like to look back and remember how good everything was before Sony stepped in with the PlayStation and crushed my hopes and dreams.


Say what you will about Sega, they had some quality pieces of hardware with some great games from first and third-party developers. Sadly, they just could not win the battle, and they were forced to move into only making games, and let's be honest, Sega games have been pretty bad of late. It makes me sad to know there is a younger generation of gamers with no idea how awesome Sega was. These are some of the games that make me miss the Sega days of yore.


Sonic the Hedgehog



In a world dominated by a fat, slow plumber, one mascot went his own way. Lumbering around in search of a lost princess would not suffice for the punk hedgehog. Nope, Sonic did things his own way, and it was incredibly fun and refreshing. There is nothing wrong with the traditional platformer where it is all about precision and accuracy, but there is something to be said for the high-speed antics of Sonic. Sonic was a major reason I put my eggs in Sega's basket.


Streets of Rage



When I was a boy, this was the epitome of everything cool. Perhaps I should not have played a game this violent at a young age, but that's neither here nor there. The fact of the matter is that Streets of Rage was awesome, and it pushed the limit of the kinds of violence you could expect from a video game. Not only did it push the limits in terms of violence, it was actually a lot of fun to play.


It was recently released on iOS, so if you have never played it, you should go back and check it out.


Panzer Dragoon Saga



Panzer Dragoon Saga broke away from the rail-based shooters that the series was known for, and it did it shockingly well. To this day, it is one of my favorite RPGs. I will admit I did not have the highest expectations for it, but it turned out to be something special.


Of course, like everything on the Saturn, it did not sell well, which should have been a sign for me to sell my Sega stocks (I was like 12, so I mean that figuratively) and move on, but I refused, I was going to ride that sinking ship like a desperate captain.


Phantasy Star Online



This was the first console-based MMORPG. We are now over ten years later, and I still cannot think of a console MMO that did it as well as Phantasy Star Online. Of course, it is not nearly as good as many of the MMORPGs on computers today, but when you factor in that it was on a console in a time when people did not have broadband Internet readily available, it was truly something special.


Even though it was not the best game ever made, they deserve a lot of credit for being so far ahead of their time.


SoulCalibur



SoulCalibur on Dreamcast is widely regarded as one of the best games ever made, regardless of platform. It is a rare instance of a game being ported over from the arcades and actually being a substantial improvement over the original. When this game came out, it gave me that last glimmer of hope that maybe we could still win this battle. Sure, the Saturn was not great but this launch title was something special, and the Dreamcast was going to win. Then, the PlayStation 2 launched . . .


Conclusion


I was certainly a Sega fanboy when I was a child. I will admit that and embrace it with open arms. Sure, we lost the war, but we won some big battles along the way. Nowadays, I am not choosing sides. I have grown up to realize that picking a side is not the way to go. We should all just get along. Actually, that is not true at all; I just do not choose sides because I do not want to pick the wrong one again!


Were you a Sega fan back in the day? What were some of your favorite Sega games? Let us know in the comments!











Get Cooking With These 6 YouTube Channels

youtube cooking showsBeing a fast food aficionado, I recently recognized that it was high time for me to get back in the kitchen. I’ve spent way too long eating my meals on the run, and I’m sure that many of you could relate. However, part of my trouble was figuring out what I should cook!


Using the powers of the Internet, I set out to find a few YouTube channels that provide some decent meal tips as well as entertainment. Fortunately, I found 6 channels that I would deem both practical and worth watching.


Cooking With Jack


youtube cooking shows


If you’re like me, cooking needs to be quick, cheap, and filling. Granted, I don’t always take health into consideration. But your metabolism never changes in college, right?


Jack here will teach you how to make all sorts of selections ranging from “manly” meals such as American football finger foods to higher-quality items such as pho. Beyond that, he does seem to have a focus on non-cooks such as myself as noted by the titles of his multiple video series including “Lazy Man’s Videos“.


Start Cooking


youtube cooking channels


The whole Start Cooking YouTube channel reminds me of some kind of fancy hipster restaurant where you eat miniature meals off the floor using chopsticks (just because they look cool). But really, the reason I say this is because the videos are delivered in an artistic, easy-to-understand format that’s fun to watch.


Start Cooking focuses on the basics with titles such as “How To Fry An Egg” or “How To Cook Pasta“. To some of you that are a little more experienced, that may seem silly. However, I don’t know how many times I’ve had to use Google to figure out the basics of cooking. Had I known a YouTube channel like Start Cooking existed, my life would have been considerably easier.


Epic Meal Time


youtube cooking channels


Alright, so Epic Meal Time isn’t exactly what I would call a “cooking show”, but it is a show that involves cooking. However, the food creations on this YouTube channel are anything but healthy.


With videos titles such as the “84 Egg Sandwich” (which utilized the designated amount of McDonald’s McGriddles) and “BBQ Pie”, chances are that you don’t want to base your entire diet around Epic Meal Time.


Disclaimer: Remember what I said about these six channels being both practical and worth watching? With EMT, you can only pick one of those words to describe it. Sorry, people.


Great Depression Cooking


youtube cooking channels


Although the title may seem a little off, I wanted to add Great Depression Cooking to this article just because how unique it is. The video series is based entirely on the food stylings of 96-year-old Clara, who actually lived through the Great Depression.


Clara teaches her audience how to cook meals that were made when materials were scarce, and along with it comes a history lesson. In her final video, she announced that she was “pretty damn old” to let everyone know that it was time to call it quits. However, regardless of whether or not the meals are your taste, I think it’s worth watching just to listen to someone who has seen a lot over the course of her life.


Cooking With Dog


cooking channels on youtube


I had to do some thorough insight on this YouTube channel before I could understand what the title meant, but after hearing it from the horse’s – er, dog’s – mouth, I totally got it. Cooking With Dog is a Japanese cooking show… narrated by a dog.


Yes, alongside the preparer of our on-screen meals is Francis (a poodle, I believe) who, using a super-faux French accent, describes everything you need to know in order to make Japanese food. I’ve already told my girlfriend if she makes meals based off this channel I’ll propose to her within the year.


(Obligatory, “YES. THIS IS DOG.”)


Food Network


youtube cooking shows


As I’ve said before, I believe web content is the way to go, and fortunately, the Food Network has picked up on that. Food Network has brought the heart and soul of its television show to the online world with shorter shows and more focused content.


As always, you’ll learn to cook as well as be entertained, too. Furthermore, I’m willing to bet these meals are pretty healthy, too.


Conclusion


There we go, my hungry friends – more ways you can use the Internet to help you out in your everyday life. So go ahead and set your laptop up in the kitchen and turn up the stove. It’s time to get cooking.


What other YouTube channels do you use to learn how to cook? What’s your favorite meal?