How to TTF Fonts in Ubuntu

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Simple steps to install TTF fonts on your Ubuntu Machine
  1. Move all your fonts to the ~/ Directory. The ~/ Directory is your home folder. So if you were logged in as abhishek, the directory would be /home/abhishek/ . This step is done only to ease the process you can use any directory for this matter.
  2. Open up the terminal. I'm assuming you've already extracted the font to the ~/ directory.

The difference between shared and dedicated IP addresses

The difference between shared and dedicated IP addresses

Each computer connected to the Internet is assigned a unique IP address for the purposes of communication. An IP address is a 32-bit numeric address usually expressed as 4 numbers from 0-255 separated by dots, for example 192.168.0.123. There are billions of addresses possible, however, the number is finite. In the Web hosting industry there are two types of IP address...
  • Dedicated IP address (also called static IP) means that a website has its own IP address.

Task Scheduling in Linux

In recent past i use to do certain tasks at some scheduled time on the day which also included shutting down one of my machine at 8 PM. Then I came to know that this could be effectively done automatically using cron and so I am discussing cron in this post. Cron is a daemon which schedules recurring tasks to be executed at a predefined time and date . It is very easy to schedule a job to be run at a particular time using cron. Cron daemon is typically started at boot time and runs continuously in the background.

Configuring DHCP Server on Ubuntu

Ubuntu works the apt-get way and hence makes it easy to install packages on it for confuguring Ubuntu as a DHCP server install the server software using the following command

$ sudo apt-get install dhcp3-server

this would install the required packages

after the package is installed backup the default configuration files using the following

$ sudo cp /etc/default/dhcp3-server dhcp3-server.back

dhcp3-server is a file where you specify the interface DHCP should server (wlan0 in mycase)

edit the file using

$ sudo vim /etc/default/dhcp3-server

change

INTERFACES=””

to

INTERFACES=”wlan0”

(wlan0 might be eth0 or eth1 in your case)

save and close the file

only one more file editing is required now create a backup for mail dhcpd.conf using

$ sudo cp /etc/dhcp3/dhcpd.conf /etc/dhcp3/dhcpd.conf.back

edit the file using

Checking System Uptime in Windowspress

uptime is a Linux/UNIX command which lets you know the time since the machine is running.
But how you get the same information in Windows???????????
Its very simple i dont know if you have used this command in windows or not the command to find out uptime for windows machine is