I was trying to install Ubuntu on my sister’s Netbook ASUS Eee 1005P, only way was to have a USB boot.
Here is how we can create a USB Ubuntu Drive.
Download the latest netbook Ubuntu here
- Insert a USB stick with at least 2GB of free space
- 1GB is fine if you are installing Ubuntu, but 2GB recommended if you are not planning to install but to have Live USB.
- If the security dialog appears, confirm by clicking ‘Run’
- Read the licence agreement and choose ‘I Agree’ to continue
- Select Ubuntu Desktop Edition from the dropdown list
- Click ‘Browse’ and open the downloaded ISO file
- Choose the USB drive and click ‘Create’
Goto the BIOS and set the USB Harddrive as the first priority (Make sure the USB is connected to the Netbook)
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I was looking in to a nice socket programming document which we in chm
, but this does not work in linux so I googled around and found stuff
I use the below command ‘apt-get’ on my Ubuntu. But ‘yum’ will work on
# apt-get install gnochm
# apt-get install kchmviewer
Gnome Desktop User
$ gnochm file.chm
KDE Desktop User
$ kchmviewer file.chm
Was working on Asterisk configuration with CISCO 7940 IP phones.
There are many links which let configure this phone, this is just an overview of what I did to get this up and running
Configuring AsteriskNow is very simple. Below are the details to setup a IP-PBX.
- Old CPU laying somewhere.
- IP Phone (Cisco 7940/7960)
- DHCP and TFTP Server (for Firmware upgrade)
- Download AsteriskNOW
- Configure Asterisk. (More howto later, for now important is to create users without NAT)
- Create a Trunk
- Create a Dialplan
- Create users (On catch here is when we create a User make sure to uncheck “NAT“)
- Configure IP Phone used the link here which is very helpful (Attached are files required firmware / conf files etc).
Thats it !! IP phone should be up and running.