Install OpenSSH on Ubuntu

Want Some Way to access your Linux machine , then you definitely need to install OpenSSH

It:

1.Allows you to execute terminal commands from almost any device (Yes Any device)

2.Copy Files to and Fro!

3.Execute your School/Programs directly on your machine rather than your College ūüėõ

(may be your college systems are Hogging or its just that you got a pretty damn fast system)

4.Forget about using the insecure telnet service!, OpenSSh is Secure!!!

Setting Up:

Step1: Install the Server and Client relevant to OpenSSh , Execute the below Command in your terminal

 sudo apt-get install openssh-client openssh-server

 

Step2: Now You need to get your IP Address 
(if you know skip this) also assume you know the 
username of the system using which you log in :D

 ifconfig 

Note: look for the ip address after "inet addr" 
example 123.123.1.1 and username is rahul

Step3: Now download a client (putty/Terminal) to access your system
 ssh host@ipaddress

example : ssh rahul@123.123.1.1
Note: rahul will be the username of the Target system
in which the OpenSSh server is running and its 
corresponding ip address.

Make sure you enter logout in the terminal
 before you close your session
Happy Playing!
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Include Conio.h In Linux – Traditional C Programs

Want to compile programs Using GCC or CC in you’r Linux Machine?

You might face some compilation errors When you include #include<conio.h>

Like:

fatal error: conio.h: No such file or directory compilation terminated.

Solution:

To get the entire working solution in step wise

Like this page and once done the steps appear

Click here to view solution 

Blender-3D Model Designer – Linux

Blender From Blender.org For Linux is As Usual A Free And Open Source Product

It is indeed the most preferred  application For Rendering 3D Models

Who Should Use?

  • If You are going to Learn, this is the product..don’t jump over to other Products, don’t ever do that,this has got lots of documentation and tutorials to learn whole lot of stuff , Continue reading

Handbrake Video Transcoder

Are you looking for a video trans coder?

Sure you are…We Can find lots of Trans coders ¬†for windows..but what about Linux, Mac OSX ??

Then Handbrake is the One to go..

Its:

  • Open Source.
  • Multi Platform.
  • Supports Mac¬†OS X, Linux And windows.
  • Supports¬†Multi-threaded¬†architecture.
  • Can Rip DVDs For you.

It Supports:

  • SSA Subtitle
  • AC3 encoding
  • Universal audio downmix
  • Batch Scan
  • VOBSUB
  • It Supports BluRay Disc structure,with a limitation of no decryption!!
  • Supports Live¬†Preview while encoding!! -Thats nice.

Visit the Official Site to grab a copy ! http://handbrake.fr/downloads.php

Some Screen Shots:

CPU Information-Linux

Q:Help I need to find some details regarding my system…How do i do that? ¬†and i use¬†Linux/Ubuntu

Yes..We all come across such situations..here are some commands that you can enter in the Linux Terminal and get what you want.

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1.I Want to know What CPU i have and other details like What flags it has?

Type this:

cat   /proc/cpuinfo

*Note You can use the Flags to see if you have ¬†“lm” i.e long mode,which tells you whether you’r system is capable of handaling 64 bit OS..yeah they are getting popular now…*

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2.Hey Even i want to  know about my Memory

cat  /proc/meminfo


*Click To View Larger Size.

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3.I Want to know Everything about my System..all the hardwares,interfaces..?

lspci

  • If You ¬†are familiar …in certain cases you get large list of items/details, to scroll through them easily,use the pipe symbol.

use     | less to get fewer details ..which u can scroll through

example:  lspci  | less

  • If You Want to search for some term then use | grep ¬†Whatyouwanttofind

example: lspci  | grep VGA