Almost 80-90 people visit How To: Install and Configure GitWeb everyday in search of setting up a web interface for their git repositories. Though gitweb is nice, it’s a bit painful to setup and the web interface is not that appealing. The other day I received this email from Klaus Silveira Hello Kulbir, I saw your article [...]

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I have been using Git for years now and I am still a novice user. Actually, if you are an individual developer or work in a really small team, you don’t really need to go beyond using the basic stuff like cloning a repo, committing code, branching and pushing back to the origin repo. And [...]

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Summer Hacking

May 12, 2012

Summer has already started and we (a small group of current and ex-IIITians in Hyderabad) are planning to have some fun digging into Ruby on Rails and related technologies. If you are also interested in utilizing your summer in a productive and fun way, you can join us and share your knowledge while learning from [...]

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My New Book on Squid Proxy Server (A Beginner’s Guide)

April 18, 2011

I have not blogged since a long time mainly because I was a bit busy authoring a book Squid Proxy Server 3.1: Beginner’s Guide for Packt Publications. The book is an introductory guide to Squid (especially the new features in Squid-3 series) covering both the basic aspects as well as the in dept details for [...]

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News: ATI Catalyst Drivers 10.2 Released. No Fedora 12 Support.

February 17, 2010

After almost a month, ATI has come up with a new version 10.2 of its Catalyst (fglrx) drivers. The drivers can be download from ATI Catalyst™ 10.2 Proprietary Linux x86 Display Driver Page. As AMD is famous for doing nothing but just incrementing versions of there software, even this version doesn’t support xorg-1.7.4. But if [...]

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Javascript To Remove All Facebook Apps From Your Account

February 11, 2010

This is a guest post by Gaganpreet Arora AKA bitgeek. My Facebook app list was cluttered with useless apps accumulated over the time I had joined Facebook. The worst thing is that Facebook does not allow you to remove multiple apps in one go. You have to select one, confirm on “Are you sure?” first [...]

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News : ATI Catalyst Drivers 10.1 Released. Test them now!

January 28, 2010

After a long, really long wait, AMD has released the next version 10.1 of its ATI Catalyst display drivers (fglrx) for Linux. The drivers can be download from ATI Catalyst™ 10.1 Proprietary Linux x86 Display Driver Page. As previous version turned out to be a big turn off for Fedora community and AMD took a [...]

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Red Hat Launches OpenSource.Com

January 27, 2010

Well, OpenSource is more or less about software source code and technology specific but OpenSource.Com scales beyond software and technology and provides a platform to discuss/learn/get involved/share. From the website, What problems can we solve? How would it affect the way we learn? Work? Run our governments? We want to shine a light on the [...]

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Tip: Multiproxy Switch : Easily use multiple proxies in Firefox

December 19, 2009

A lot of people (especially working people with mobile devices like notebook/netbooks) need to use different proxy servers at home and office. There are several Firefox extensions available to achieve the required functionality but IMHO Multiproxy Switch(Mozilla Addon Page) is the best because Its simple and easy to use. It does what it should. No [...]

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News: Will ATI Catalyst Drivers 9.12 work with Fedora 12?

December 18, 2009

AMD has released the next version 9.12 of its ATI Catalyst display drivers for Linux. The drivers can be download from ATI Catalyst™ 9.12 Proprietary Linux x86 Display Driver Page. As of now, I haven’t tried the drivers on Fedora 12 because supposedly my SMPS is broken But since there were a whole lot of bug [...]

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