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How to make Sify Broadband GNU/Linux client remember username and password

Another fine example of how non-free software can create nuisance is the Sify Broadband GNU/Linux client. It was my mistake that I was happy the moment I found out that they have a GNU/Linux client.

If you're using the client, you know how stripped down the software is as compared to the Windows client. And that comes with its own problems-

How to use ssh keys to make password-less logins

I regularly connect to my father's Ubuntu PC using ssh to help or to transfer files through scp. I have been using ssh keys to make these logins password-less and I thought the method needs a blog post :)
Generally a user can have two keys - a private key and a public key which we generate using the following process and then copy the public key to the remote machine. Remember, don't give anyone your private key.

Run Sify Broadband Windows Client On GNU/Linux

I'm using a Sify broadband connection at home, and I was delighted to see that they had a linux version of the login client. I downloaded and installed it, but it appeared crippled. It crashes frequently, losing net access, and lacks several features present in the Windows client.

So, I decided to run it on WINE (WINE Is Not An Emulator). The following steps have to be performed for it to work-

 

How to play multiplayer on Half-Life Counter Strike over internet

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How To Stay Away from The Most Common Virus on Windows These Days

Hi guys, The most common virus that I see nowadays, which has infected almost all systems, is the (Virus Name Here) which commonly propagates through user's USB flash drives (commonly referred to as Pen Drives). Though it causes little direct harm, like other viruses, it keeps running itself on startup, and wastes CPU time. So, here are some steps to follow to prevent it, because Prevention is always better than Cure.
NOTE:Linux Users don't need to read it, because statistics report that almost none of the linux systems are infected by viruses.

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