• Posts Tagged ‘Media’

    How to Continue Printing with Empty Ink Cartridge

    by  • February 3, 2012 • Electronics, Hacks • 0 Comments

    Disclaimer: responsibility for the use of any and all information contained in this article is strictly and solely that of the user. If you break your printer because of the actions taken based on the information from this article, you are responsible for it. Certain brands and models of inkjet printers stop printing completely...

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    File and Partition Recovery in Linux

    by  • November 8, 2011 • UNIX/Linux • 0 Comments

    If you need to recover files and/or partitions on Linux, TestDisk and PhotoRec may be useful. Both are very powerful and free tools that run on Linux and may also work if you need to recover data from USB Hard Drives, USB Memory Drives, Memory Cards, CD-ROMS, iPod, etc. Despite its name “PhotoRec”, this...

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    Mount a USB Hard Drive to Ubuntu Server

    by  • November 8, 2011 • UNIX/Linux • 0 Comments

    Unlike on the Ubuntu Desktop edition, USB devices are not automatically mounted on Ubuntu Server. You will have to do it manually. Luckily it’s quite simple. First, you need to find out which device needs to be mounted: sudo fdisk -l Most likely, your USB Hard Drive will be /dev/sdb1. Now we create a...

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    Creating an Offline Web App for the iPhone

    by  • August 31, 2011 • Electronics, HTML • 0 Comments

    Besides coding in Objective-C on a Mac in order to create native apps for the iPhone, the iPod Touch and the iPad, you also have the option of writing your apps in plain HTML5. This has the added benefit that your app doesn’t have to go through Apple’s scrutinizing approval process before it gets...

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    Mount an ISO image

    by  • June 20, 2011 • UNIX/Linux • 0 Comments

    In order to mount an ISO image in Linux, so that you can access its contents, use the following command. You may need to change the arguments where needed. sudo mount -o loop -t iso9660 mydvd.iso /cdrom

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    Copy CD to ISO image

    by  • June 20, 2011 • UNIX/Linux • 0 Comments

    In order to copy a CD or DVD to an ISO image in Linux, use one of the following commands below: dd if=/dev/cdrom of=image.iso or: cat /dev/cdrom >image.iso Note that you should not use the mounted directory to the cdrom device, but rather the device directory itself.

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