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pasting without ctrl+c , ctrl+v , left click or right click

Posted 09-10-2011 at 10:59 AM by rahulkya

If you are using linux then you must know this shortcut {without keyboard}.. Here is the workaround ::

1. Select the text you want to paste..{No ctrl+c,just select the text by mouse or keyboard}
2. Middle click anywhere to paste..{As simple as that}



The reason for above is :: When you select the text it goes to the buffer then middle clicking paste the content....
Enjoy ....

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using debian package manager offline { installing new softwares offline}

Posted 09-09-2011 at 11:06 AM by rahulkya
Updated 09-09-2011 at 12:52 PM by rahulkya

If you have internet connection then .. You will have no problems at all for installing any new software in debian. But sometimes internet doesn't belong to you due to various reasons like::
1. you have not submitted your bills
2. Wrong network configuration
3. Travelling into a remote area...etc
Then suddenly you feel to install some software or application or game..Then what you do....
I have a small and difficult solution for you....
Do the following...
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Saving MS windows with LINUX

Posted 07-27-2011 at 09:47 PM by rahulkya

1.Keep a Linux distro whether Live or Installed to save your windows. A Linux system is free from window viruses so before inserting a Pendrive into windows insert into the linux system and copy,cut and paste only the desired file or folder. In most of the cases you can easily see viruses in a Pen Drive like autorun.inf kinda stuff.It also helps in rescue or repair of windows.

2. If you are die hard internet surfer then I recommend a virtual setup for net surfing. Means if you go...
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