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Watch Netflix on Archlinux

Watch Netflix on Archlinux

Finally someone came up with a way to watch Netflix on Linux. The Official workaround is Ubuntu only, but the Archlinux community has repackaged the software, which consists on the Windows version of Mozilla Firefox and a patched wine with Silverlight support. For installing you can go 2 ways: 1- Get it from the repository Add the following to /etc/pacman.conf: [archnetflix] Server = http://demizerone.com/$repo/community/$arch...

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Recovering from a totally dead boot partition

Recovering from a totally dead boot partition

Here is the case: The hard disk containing your /boot partition has just died, you have a separate RAID1 array (using mdadm) with all the information on the array intact, but the system is unable to boot because all the files in /boot got lost. Your best bet is to get the following iso onto a USB flash drive or CD: http://sourceforge.net/p/ubuntu-secured/home/Home/ Ubuntu secure remix provides the following functionalities: Full Ubuntu DVD...

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Thanks for the support!!

Thanks for the support!!

When I started this blog I did it as a hobby and to document some of the hiccups I get while managing my servers. Today I want to share with you the annual report on how this site did. People tend not to share this kind of things but I do. http://jetpack.me/annual-report/23384437/2012/ The most surprising stat for me is that on 2012 alone, this blog racked up 22 000 visits, that’s a lot when you take into account that I don’t...

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Mozilla in 2012 Infographic

Mozilla in 2012 Infographic

I stumbled across this cool infographic about the stuff Mozilla did this 2012. Being the best open source browser in my opinion (And also the less evil) I think they deserve recognition for all the stuff they are doing to empower users to participate proactively in making the web a better and OPEN place. Share:FacebookTwitterWhatsAppTelegramPinterestGoogleMoreLinkedInRedditEmailPrintTumblrLike this:Like...

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Ubuntu Quantal Quetzal will include amazon search results

Ubuntu Quantal Quetzal will include amazon search results

In a move that has proved to be controversial among Linux fans, Canonical, the parent company of Ubuntu, has decided to include Amazon search results in the release of the Ubuntu 12.10 Unity Dash search function. The reason why many people do not like this development, is that they think it means Ubuntu is now adware. However, the founder of the company, Mark Shuttleworth, has responded to these complaints by explaining why this is...

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