Tags: Installing Open Office on Ubuntu 9.04, Open office, Ubuntu 9.04
I want to share this knowledge with you guys, I learned this a month ago from an Ubuntu Forum.Basically this installation process doesn’t involve wizard installation, you need to use Terminal (command line for lynux).
Follow the ff steps:
1. go to the OpenOffice website and download the Linux .deb file.
2.Once you have done that, extract the .deb file, OOo_3.1.1_LinuxIntel_install_en-US_deb.tar.gz then you’ll see a file called OOO310_m19_native_packed-1_en-US.9420
3. remove the existing version of OpenOffice if you wish with this command: sudo apt-get remove openoffice*.*
4. Copy and paste OOO310_m19_native_packed-1_en-US.9420 onto the desktop then open Terminal and paste this command: sudo dpkg -i ~/Desktop/OOO310_m19_native_packed-1_en-US.9420/DEBS/*.deb
5. Then paste this command: sudo dpkg -i ~/Desktop/OOO310_m19_native_packed-1_en-US.9420/DEBS/desktop-integration/openoffice.org3.1-debian-menus_3.1-9420_all.deb
You can also check my entry on : Luigi Vibal || Official Web Site
Tags: Put yourself on WP Maps, Wordpress Maps
The WordPress World Map lets WP people unite get themselves on a custom Google Maps interface.
I recommend this site, this is great! You can map yourself on a custome google map and place your information there. This is relevant for bloggers, especially to those who are looking for interesting topics around the globe.
Here’s some screenshots of My Own World Press Map Profile:
For more info check these sites:
Tags: Mobile Tweeting, Twitter, Twitter via SMS
We have a service here that can update your status on Twitter, I just found this last week. It’s good that we have this kind of service, but its better if they can also give us updates or send us updates of the people that we are following
For more information click this –> Tweetmoments
A.K.A “RAID”, combination of multiple disk drives into an array that results in a capacity, performance, and reliability level exceeding the capabilities of any single large drive. RAID systems are normally made for SERVERS and big systems, can be a big database or big dedicated application.
I can’t expose everything here but I have another resource which you can check out: RAID DATA PROTECTION for Lynux
Tags: Google Wave, Google Wave Help
This is my GoogleWave account, currently I haven’t done anything yet with this because I still don’t know how to use it. Of course I need to read the Complete Guide and watch some videos regarding this or Google Wave Help. There are plenty of resources to look into but of course there’s should be one resource out there which can really help me.
Tags: Google Wave, Google Wave Guide, Mashable
I saw this at Mashable’s site:
Click here — > Google Wave Guide
Tags: #Mac, #Mac Books
I just saw this post on my google alerts
“MacBooks are getting cheaper and cheaper. This is the most affordable MacBook in recent history. Although I’m a big fan of the aluminum finish, I figure that Apple really needed to distinguish the MacBook line with the Pro series as they were both starting to look alike. So the 13 inch MacBook is back to its white roots with more rounded corners. From the product photos, the new portables look “fatty” but as seen in this size comparison with my aluminum portable, it’s really just the same thing with a polycarbonate finish.”
Yeah I agree price of MacBook is getting cheaper and cheaper if I just have money I’ll buy one
Tags: burning .iso files, CD Image burning, how to create cd images
Here’s a short tutorial on how to create CD images for your installers.
1. You need to download InfraRecorder (Click here to download)
The preferred installer for InfraRecorder is Installer (Windows 2000/XP/Vista, 3.27 MiB)
3. Open your InfraRecorder software
4. On the menu bar click Actions > Choose Burn Image
5. A dialog box will appear from there locate and choose .iso files to be burned then click open.
6. Lastly another dialog box will appear to start burning just click OK.
I hope this tutorial is useful to those people who are having difficulties in creating CD IMAGES.
*If you have comments or questions just leave it here thanks!