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January 28, 2006 merged with main blog

Filed under: Website Updates — Suramya @ 12:07 PM

Hi Everyone,
After thinking a lot about it I have decided to discontine the blog and instead use this blog to store everything. So I have merged all posts from into this blog.

Feel free to post your comments about this decision. Please use the search box on the right side to find the stuff you were looking for when you ended up at this page. Alternatively, you can just browse the Knowledgebase category find all the entries from Knowledge (plus the entries added since then).



  1. Thx for the merge ;).

    Comment by Kikker46 — December 4, 2006 @ 6:36 PM

  2. Hehe! Good work!

    Comment by Elizabeth Yergin — May 15, 2008 @ 2:14 AM

  3. Hi there,

    i just saw your solution of “how to bypass root p/w of linux”.its just amazing.keep it up


    Comment by Jamal Hassan — May 17, 2008 @ 4:24 PM

  4. i need know how to take the data from vss to svn. i have tried to vss2svn however it did not solve my issue, can u help me

    Comment by gurudatt — March 16, 2009 @ 1:12 PM

  5. What do you mean it didn’t solve your issue? Did you get any error messages?
    I have never had to convert from VSS to SVN so don’t have personal experience on how to convert, however the following sites have a lot of relevant information/guides:

    Hope this helps.

    Comment by Suramya — March 16, 2009 @ 1:46 PM

  6. how to convert modd file to a jpeg

    Comment by rajan — November 24, 2009 @ 2:53 PM

  7. Rajan,

    In the future when you ask for help, it helps if you provide some context and additional information. A random question like this one is likely to receive no answer or a really rude answer. I suggest you read the following guide on how to ask questions online:

    That said, your best bet is to convert the modd file to either avi or mpg and then convert that to jpg. There are multiple software available on the web that let you convert from modd to avi so try a search on google.

    – Suramya

    Comment by Suramya — December 2, 2009 @ 9:57 PM

  8. Hello,
    I’m new to linux but how can i host a website in fedora so that any windows user or anybody can access it.

    Comment by Alamutu Rasheed — March 8, 2011 @ 5:15 PM

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