You had just did a weekly install of some OS which did not detected Linux, Follow the steps mentioned below to get GRUB working again. Please note this would erase the current bootloader and install a new one for you if you are unsure of what you are doing do not try this
if sudo doesnot works switch to root user and use grub drectly, Find the ROOT device you will get the values for X & Y which will be used later.
Set the root device from the information achieved from the above command
A disk quota is a limit set by a system administrator that restricts certain aspects of file system usage on modern operating systems. "Wikipedia"
Requirements : Quota Package
Where to get it : Quota package is generally available in majority of Linux Distros but still if your distro doesn't provide you with Quota compile it from http://sourceforge.net/projects/linuxquota/ :)
Step 1) Installation :
a) openSUSE : yast -i quota
b) Ubuntu : sudo apt-get install quota
c) Fedora : yum install quota
d) Others : Use rpm or compile if not available
Step 2) Enable Disk Quota
Disk quota is generally applied on a user or a set of users to its recommended to enable Disk Quota on your Home partition dont enable quota on the root partition unless you are under the expert category
Its very simple to masquerade in linux with few lines of iptables and ip_forward commands.
Assumptions : Your Linux box has 2 NIC's one connected to internet (eth0) other connected to local network (eth1 IP 192.168.0.10)
first of all you have to flush and delete existing firewall rules which are there by default in linux .
so flush rules by typing the following in terminal
iptables -t nat -F
iptables -t mangle -F
now delete the chains by using
iptables -t nat -X
iptables -t mangle -X
now its time to save iptables so type
service iptables save
service iptables restart
now all rules and chains will clear !
check it by /etc/sysconfig/iptables which has all defaults rules set to accept.
now open /etc/rc.d/rc.local
and insert the following line
Hopefully there would be many like me who have struggled in configuring Broadcom Wifi Cards on Linux due to their proprietory drivers, now a days it works fine in Ubuntu if you download the drivers available but still it doesnot work with various other distros. so here is a 3 step guide to configure Broadcom Wifi on your linux box these steps have been tested on openSUSE but would work on any distro Step 1 ) Download a file from here. Step 2) Install bcm43xx-fwcutter it is commonly avaiable for all distros Step 3 ) follow the commands