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Find Invisible Users In Gmail

Finding who is invisible is something that I always wanted to do.It’s always fun to ping a person who feels none can see him/her online. While studying XMPP protocol I found out that even when the person is offline the chat client knows that person is onli …

Adding RedHat DVD as Repository

When we try out a new linux OS its always a pain to download and install all the software and  add packages we needs on that. Its even worse if you don’t have an unlimited connection. But actually most of the software we need is already there in the CD/DV …

Ontology Linked Data

The following is a Assignment on Ontology and Linked Data and the evolution of data which lead to the use of ontology in web. Thanks to my teammates Bharath Gowda and Sravani Thota for working on the same. Ontology And Linked Data An ontology formally r …

Installing Django on Dreamhost

Installing Django in Dreamhost and getting it to run wasn’t straight forward at-least to me. There was lot of issues such as python bin directory not accessible as its shared and so. So the initial step in this to setup python yourself so that you can use …

Display Reminders In Gnome Panel

It was a long standing requirement of mine to create a reminder software or something which can keep me reminding of things as I always keep forgetting things. So I made a reminder that displays my reminders on the Gnome Panel. It looks something like this …

Restoring the Grub after reinstalling Windows

After reinstalling windows or fixing MBR(Master Boot Record) you always loose your grub and you cannot boot to your linux. So this post is about the methods of restoring the grub. There are three methods I use. I will explain all three. All three methods  …

Web page Performance for a Blog – Part 1

I have always under the notion that page performance for big websites or websites that have a sole server and various resources like CDN and load balancers. So I wanted to know if this is true. I set out to try web page performance my blog. I just wanted t …

How to Format a Usb in Linux

There are two methods of formatting a usb in linux that I use. The first method is using gparted (or parted non gui version of gparted). This is an easy gui interface that uses shell commands as backend. It is easy to do it. You install this package usin …