Saturday, 14 January 2012

Shahid Afridi 6 For 38 Against Autralia 2009

Warner Smashing India In Test With Fast Century

Wednesday, 11 January 2012

Best of T20 - Pakistan in England 2006

Weakness of attitude becomes weakness of character

Weakness of attitude becomes weakness of character is what Albert Einstein said and he was right. Weakness of attitude means that if we show a poor attitude it will affect our lives. The more weakness we show the more number of people perceptions will change about us and they will considered as horrible persons. However if we show good attitude, then our impact on people will be positive and our character will be good and people will considered as caring persons. Our attitude will defines who we are and how people will think we are. 

So how bad attitude becomes weakness of character? Attitude is personal view of something, a view or general feeling about something. If we see it in terms of body postures then it will be a physical posture, either conscious or unconscious, especially while interacting with others. So weakness of attitude will be weak views, weak body postures. So for richer, better life, for good business we should check our attitude i.e. our views and we should conclude is it effects our practical life or not. Einstein says yes these views and body postures effect a lot on our character. Your character will be poor and weak in case of bad views and bad body postures. 

The word character means “enduring marks”. The most profitable way to do this is also difficult to achieve. Aside from the high and noble process, there are several activities that can be included in our lives that will strengthen our foundational process. 

Attitude is an approach of mind towards its surroundings. So what actually weakness and strength is? Is its weakness of wealth or lot of money is strength. Weakness of attitude becomes weakness of character as long as we place it within the circumference of our notion about morality. But beyond morality is also a whole world. It is true that Attitude determines our actions and a flaw in the attitude is going to affect all around us so much so that one becomes instrumental for the suffering of all around us unknowingly or knowingly. The flaw determines the attitude and attitude determines the actions. And if our actions are not good and negative it will affect a lot on our character. 

By saying weakness of attitude, becomes weakness of character we are attributing the weakness of attitude as the only cause and reason for weakness of character which is not so. It is only a contributory factor and attitude is subject to change for which there are prescribed methods. So a negative and weak attitude can cause weak of character. If you've ever worked with colleagues who seem to have a constantly bad attitude about their job and responsibilities, then you know that those people tend to be less effective in the workplace. Due to their weak attitude their character also becomes weak and these types of people expelled from their jobs and if they have their own business they cannot grow it positively. Having a positive attitude in the workplace can contribute to your success in the workplace. Having a good attitude at work fosters an environment of high morale, increases communication and productivity and character of persons also grow. So a person’s character, morale and productivity decrease due to weak attitude. 

Negative attitude not only effect on our character but it also effects some other aspects of life. A self-defeating negative attitude will have negative impact on every aspect of life. Negative attitude not only affect a single person but it affects other people also. It also affects once personal and professional life and it can kill man’s career. Although attitude seem to be very small thing but it has lot of effects in our real life. Attitude can determine a person’s success, personal life, his character and his mental health. 

In short attitude has a great effect on our life, our character, our success, and our relations with other people. So we should have a good and positive attitude if we want to live a good life.

User & Group Management in Linux

User and Group Management
·        See the /etc/passwd and /etc/shadow files
These files contain the information about the user login and password and other variables.
·        Make a new user “tux” with default home directory and password “pakistan
sudo useradd -p pakistan tux
·        See the changes in /etc/passwd and /etc/shadow
Both of the files contain last row as tux user.
·        Create a group “BIT10” with group ID 99 and change tux’s group to “BIT10"
sudo groupadd -gid 99 BIT10A
sudo gpasswd -a tux BIT10A;    sudo usermod -g BIT10A tux
·        Move the user’s current home directory to the new directory “/studentHome”
sudo usermod -d /sohaibHome tux

·        Change this user’s password to “d!g!t@l” with following settings:-
Lock the account if it has been inactive for 5 days
Minimum 2 days must be past before the user can change hi/her/its password
sudo usermod -p 'd!g!@|' –f 5 tux;
chage –i 5 –m 2 tux;
·        See the changes in /etc/passwd and /etc/shadow and /etc/group files
Both show changes for tux
·        Delete the group “BIT10” and delete the account of “tux”
groupdel BIT10A

Tuesday, 10 January 2012

Pir Pagara DIed in London - Geo News Video

Sunday, 8 January 2012

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Linux Partitions of Disk, fdisk for Partitions in Linux, Ubuntu partitions

1.     Manage Partitions with fdisk
·        Use fdisk to create a new partition table
o   1st primary partition (100 MB)
o   2nd primary partition (1 GB)
o   3rd primary partition (4 GB)
·        Commit these changes
·        Reboot and install Linux on the new partition table, mounting them as:-
·        1st primary partition as /boot (reiserfs)
·        3rd primary partition as / (ext3)
sudo fdisk /dev/sda
delete all partitions 1 ,2 using d then press w to write changes
Press n to create a new partition and press p for primary then 1 for partition 1 and then press enter for default starting cylinders then +100M as required for partition 1.
Press n to create a new partition and press p for primary then 2 for partition 2 and then press enter for default starting cylinders then +1G as required for partition 2.
Press n to create a new partition and press p for primary then 3 for partition 3 and then press enter for default starting cylinders then +4G as required for partition 3.
press w for write changes
mount /dev/sda1 /boot; mount /dev/sda3 /;
reboot and install new linux and use the existing file system. And make changes in sda1 as file system reiserfs and mount point /boot; sd2 as file system ext3 and mount point /
then install ubnuntu; this will load new file systems and partition table.

2.     Create Partitions with fdisk
·        Using fdisk, create a new extended partition with all the remaining space in the HDD
·        Create a new logical partitions:-
o   1st logical partition (100 MB)
o   2nd logical partition (1 GB)
·        Commit these changes
·        Load the new partition table into the kernel by using partprobe utility
fdisk /dev/sda
type n for new partition; select e for extended partition and it will create new extended partition on rest of the space.
type n for new logical partition. it will make logical partition sd5 in sda4 extended partition. press enter for default starting cylinder and +100M for 100MB partition.
type n for new logical partition. it will make logical partition sda6 in sda4 extended partition. press enter for default starting cylinder and enter for allocating rest of space for this partition.
press w for commit changes
load partition table using sudo partprobe /dev/sda

3.     Create File Systems
·        From the command line, format the new partitions as:-
o   1st logical partition as reiserfs
o   2nd logical partition as ext2
·        From the command line, mount the new partitions as:-
·        1st logical partition as /moodle
·         2nd logical partition as /moodledata
mkfs –t reiserfs /dev/sda5 ; mkfs –t ext2 /dev/sda6
sudo mkdir /moodle; sudo mkdir /moodledata;
mount /dev/sda5 /moodle; mount /dev/sda6 /moodledata;

Linux Emacs editor, emacs commands examples

·        emacs
·        Given a buffer full of English text, answer the following questions:
a.     How would you change every instance of his to hers?
press M-x . Then enter:
hers  RET his RET hers

M-x replace-string

b.     How would you make this change only in the final paragraph?

      Through “M-h” select paragraph then “M-x replace-string his  hers”

c.      Is there a way to look at every usage in context before changing it?

      ESC %

d.     d. How would you deal with the possibility that His might begin a sentence?

     Esc <

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