Speedup you apt

April 21, 2007

Apt is the best friend for any deb dependend linux like debian , ubuntu etc.

You can speed up your apt by searching the nerestrepositery of apt (for your distro/linux)

I tested some tools to do this, APT-SPY shows the best performance )

From manpage:

apt-spy is a program that tests a series of Debian archive mirrors for bandwith. It writes an /etc/apt/sources.list with the fastest server.

Run this command as su or root next thing will done by apt-spy, it will write a new /etc/apt/sources.list and the olde one will be backup with sources.list.bak

apt-spy -d unstable -n 5

here -d means which version

-n mean number of repositery will added source.list fine


Installing ttf fonts on Debian or Ubuntu Linux

January 31, 2007

This tutorial moved to new address

post from gnome-blog

September 28, 2006

i am writing this post from gnome-blog. Cool tool. it’s support blogger, wordpress & livejournel.


September 25, 2006

“The GTK-Qt Theme Engine (also known as gtk-qt-engine) is a GTK 2 theme engine
that calls Qt to do the actual drawing. This makes your GTK 2 applications
look almost like real Qt applications and gives you a more unified desktop

Please note that this package is targeted at KDE users and therefore provides
a way to configure it from within KControl.”

Personaly i am using this package. And it’s works cool

emerge time optimization (Gentoo GNU/Linux)

September 17, 2006

emerge take huge download and also take huge time to compile packages. So if u want to save time, u can use a technique, that i use.

First login su in a terminal and start emerge normaly. “emerge -avD package”
after starting there open another terminal and log in as su. then “emerge -avDf package”

unix study blog

September 8, 2006

Today i started new blog called unixstudy with some of my friends. All of you are invited to see our unixstudy

Compressing BNix 0.1.0

August 29, 2006

BNix compresstion mini