Unique visits for last week stood at 1437, we thank those that made this happen. This week, we are stepping up activities on the forum. Come together and let’s share ideas. Who knows, you might even get a freebie while you are at it.
There’s been so much talk about the impending demise of Nokia’s Symbian platform, the operating system powering almost all the phones in the Nokia range. The Symbian operating has come in a lot of iterations over the years but the relevant ones today are; SYMBIAN S40 – Introduced in 2002. It is regarded as the… Read more Is Symbian truly Dead?
It is common place in most offices to have administrative priviledges removed from end-user PCs. This is usually done to prevent unauthorised installation of softwares or hardwares on such PCs. Unauthorised software installation is usually a primary source of introduction of malicious softwares that may cripple a computer network. This write-up may seem like a… Read more Portable Applications
There are indications that there is going to be a ban on some blackberry services in the UAE effective October 11, 2010 because of the inability of authorities there to monitor blackberry’s encrypted services. Services affected include blackBerry email, messaging and web services . The UAE ban will also cover foreign travellers passing through Emirate… Read more Blackberry Faces Ban
Ebooks and ebook readers are becoming increasingly popular these days, so much that only very few books or magazines are published without consideration for an ebook format version. Ebook readers come on different software platforms and devices. Many come in form of dedicated devices like Amazon’s KINDLE and Barnes & Nobles (B&N)’s NOOK. These happen… Read more Ebook Readers
From a promising height of 1495 unique visits in the maiden week, last week recorded a sharp drop of about 45% in the number of visitors to this blog site. Total number of visitors stood at 826. Activities for last week was rather low, was out of town for a few days. Well, that’s what… Read more Weekly Review
With this write-up, we conclude our series on Virtualization. To toggle between full screen and minimized screen in Virtualbox, you press the key combination RIGHT CTRL-F. But by default, your Ubuntu installation can not be displayed at full screen without the installation of VIRTUALBOX GUEST ADDITION. This software improves the performance of Guest OSes and… Read more Virtualization Part 5 – Final Notes
This is a continuation of our series on virtualization. Read part 3 if you have not. This series would address installation of Ubuntu as a Guest OS in a Windows PC Host. Follow the steps as shown below and you won’t go wrong. It is very easy.
It’s been one week since the inception of this blog and i would like to thank all that have made this a promising venture, from the first contributor, APEX, to the most frequent contributor, EYEBEEKAY. Other contributors like MPA, SLAMDUNK, RAYMUNDO KRAUT, YELENA SOUNDARA & LOUIS VUITTON HANDBAGS also made the maiden week promising. From… Read more Weekly Report
STEP 1 Read Parts One and Two of this series if you have not. STEP 2 Ensure you have the Linux DVD/CD in your DVD Drive. We are using Ubuntu 10.04. Get one for free if you don’t have one. STEP 3 Launch the Virtualbox icon from your desktop or the Start menu.
My intention was to give you guys some time to download the Virtualbox software, as most internet connections in Nigeria may not permit downloads of that size. But the unexpected happened. I almost lost the site and all my blogs! And worst still, i had no back-up! My less than one week blogging experience would… Read more The Devil is a Liar
We would be continuing from where we left off. To continue in the second part of this series, i will be making the following assumptions; – You have read the first part of this series. – You are curious to know what Linux is all about – You have a fairly modern laptop with a… Read more Virtualization Part 2 – Installing Virtualbox