This post is dedicated to all my non technical friends who don’t know about RSS or know a little about it but don’t know how to use it. Without going into the details, I’ll tell you how I read my feeds and the way I use to subscribe to feeds. There are many other ways and tools but I’ll stick to what I use. So here’s how you do it.
Let me tell you how I connected to Internet using my mobile phone (Samsung c3200) on linux using wvdial. Let me break it down in steps so it is easy to understand. Let’s get started. Step 1: plug in the phone using data cable Step 2: Running lsusb Run lsusb command. Output on my pc is like this. [noel@Daedalus ~]$ lsusb Bus 001 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.
Everyone who has used the GNU/Linux terminal knows it is a force to be reckoned with. However, it’s a pain to have to launch a terminal emulator wait for a it to load, and then have to keep Alt-Tabbing to it. That’s why quake like terminal emulators exists. For those of you who don’t know what a quake like terminal is, let’s clear it up first. Quake is a popular first person shooter created by id software.
To mount ntfs partitions we need to specify where we want to mount those partitions. By default, when you mount any partition/plug in any flash drive/insert a cd, it is mounted in /media/ directory. So we’ll create a directory in /media/. Step 1 : Create directories sudo mkdir /media/directory name replace “directory name” with the name of the directory you want to create. I want to create a directory named data, so I will….