Tuesday, 2 August 2011

USB Flash Disk Fixing Part 1: Components

We all have some flash disks that is not working, or working with some problems, so at first I should start with flash disk components and their job so when we face the problems we can know which part/s is/are the reason of each problem.

Monday, 25 July 2011

The Personal Goal

The life is not that extended, so anyone can say “I will reach all my goals in it”, in other hand even if my goals still unreachable in my life the best way to feel my satisfaction is to carry it to a level so other interested people can achieve it after my life.
The Idea of Sharing:
Aims for others may be as small as “my goal is something” thus when they reach their ambition they lose themselves cause they don’t realize what is the next stage, or if they don't reach it, their condition will still the same, thus for me the vision is different as “my objective is the most excellence of me” so I will always hunt of the next stage of my objective, and even not that only, I will try joining in others goals.

Sunday, 24 July 2011

Silent Meditation

Silent Meditation
For many people the silence is a fuzzy state, this is what they think cause they don’t give it enough envision, that’s because they're not capable of staying in silence for long time, other people think of silence as the part of divine-self of the human like Love, Emotions, Inner lightning, and other concepts, they may be right, but for me the silence is the edge between inner-self and outer-self of our humanity.

Thursday, 9 June 2011



Basic features

1. What filtering application does SnapGear use?
SnapGear offers a version of Secure Computing’s leading Webwasher® URL filtering solution. SnapGear Webwasher filtering uses the same URL database/filtering engine found in the Webwasher enterprise SCM solution. The SnapGear filtering module provides basic filtering functionality that is targeted for smaller businesses. Not all of the Webwasher advanced/enterprise filtering features are included.

Sunday, 22 May 2011

Working With DHCP Server In Linux

Normally if you have a cable modem or DSL, you get your home PC's IP address dynamically assigned from your service provider. If you install a home cable/DSL router between your modem and home network, your PC will most likely get its IP address at boot time from the home router instead. You can choose to disable the DHCP server feature on your home router and set up a Linux box as the DHCP server.

Download and Install the DHCP Package
Most RedHat and Fedora Linux software product packages are available in the RPM format, whereas Debian and Ubuntu Linux use DEB format installation files. When searching for these packages, remember that the filename usually starts with the software package name and is followed by a version number, as in dhcp-3.23.58-4.i386.rpm.
Note: With Fedora / Redhat the package to install would be dhcp. With Debian / Ubuntu the package is dhcp3-server.