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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 …

Birthday Reminder For Gnome Panel

This program checks the file /home/rsrijith/shell/birthday_reminder.txt to find the upcoming birthdays in 20 days and writes into the file /home/rsrijith/shell/birthdays. There is a file called /home/rsrijith/shell/birthdays1, the difference between it and …

Microsoft Servers in Linux

Well this is funny Microsoft has it’s ” download.microsoft.com” servers running in linux. Good going guys. You people know what’s the best suited ones. But do you know a product of yours called Windows Server edition?




$sudo nmap -O download.micros …

Auto Backup using Dropbox in Linux/Mac

I had some folders on my disk which I wanted to keep a copy online as a backup and for viewing from other places. Its not always possible to save all the essentials in the drop box folder itself to be auto backed up. Thus I wrote a very small script which  …

Copy in Linux with Ui

The program here is an UI for cp command. I have used cp in the background but over that I am just monitoring the files copied and speed of copying. It’s not a perfected program. It’s quick one but works fine. Execution: Create a file named copy and insert …

BSNL Dataone Auto Downloader

Bsnl(India) provides an account that has 2am to 8am unlimited download. It was not easy to wake up at 2am and switch on the computer and sleep again. So I tried to find a method to switch on the computer automatically at 2am and download and shutdown at 8a …

Change Timezone in Linux from command line

Changing the timezone in linux is done in a weird method. There is no configuration file where you can edit and change timezone. The method is simple and very easy. You need to link to the timezone you need. Find the timezone file you need in /usr/share/zo …

Automatic Desktop Wallpaper Changer for Linux

I have a lot of wallpaper that I wanted to switch automatically. After a lot of search i found that there a command way to control all the gnome settings. So I the command I used is “gconftool-2″. So code is like:




#!/bin/bash
folder="/home/rsr …

Tab Feature in Vim

Vim is one of the simplest looking but most powerful editor I have seen. So thought of listing a few interesting one that I came across. Tab Opening of Files. There are two methods of starting files in tabs. By opening vi the files you want to open: Thi …

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 …