Perhaps you ever read or noticed about this thing, Wubi, elsewhere on the Net. By using Wubi, we can install Ubuntu from a Windows system. Pretty cool, isn’t it? No need to make a new partition, no worry about messing up your existing system and the best thing is, it’s free! You can find more information about this installer on its official website. Just click on the first link provided above.
Still confused how to do that in real? Just check out this tutorial, prepared and written by people from HowtoForge.Com.
Of course, you can find similar things and also think this is a ‘crap’. But my intention is to put the emphasis on how easy we install an alternative operating system, in this case Linux, on our Windows system.
Ada titipan pesan dari seorang kawan baik, Mas Luri, mengenai akun VPS yang murah. Mungkin ada di antara rekan-rekan yang tertarik. Spesifikasi basis sebagai berikut:
- Sistem operasi: Bisa memilih sendiri (Linux)
- Ruang web: 5 GB
- Transfer data: 100 GB
- RAM: 128 MB/ 4GB
- CPU: 100 MHz/ 8 GHz
- Control Panel: Tidak ada
- Opsional: 3 kali instalasi ulang sistem operasi gratis
- Tidak ada support
- Harga: Rp 110.000,- per bulan (harga komunitas). Lumayan murah kan?
Tertarik? Silakan kontak langsung di sini, http://kioss.com/kontakkami
How To Do Things.com – It’s a useful place and worthy to check out when you would like to share how you do something and need advices/solutions from other people’s point of view about anything in your life. Surely there are plenty of such websites on the Internet, but this one is recommended by me. Why? As it covers almost all topics you might need. So, shortly one stop place for everything. 🙂
Setelah membaca sejumlah entri yang ditulis oleh Mas Kuncoro, Pak Andika, dan Mas Willy, iseng-iseng saya coba ikuti kuis yang dimaksud. Mau tahu hasilnya apa? 🙂
Hari ini genap setahun kami menikah. Alhamdulillah. 🙂
Mohon doa restunya semoga tetap langgeng dan dapat membentuk keluarga yang sakinah. Amien.
You can now enjoy SPIP in Indonesian. Please have a try and let me know your experience with it.
I just wanted to share you something I did a while ago. I hope it would be useful to you.
Get the file here. (138 KB)
It seems this website has been punished by Google for something I don’t know. I have this suspicion when I tried to search my name on Google several times. Usually it will display the URL of this website directly, but now not even one. 😦
Could someone suggest me what I should do to recover this? I really will appreciate that.
Here is the list of The 50 Most Important People on the Web. (via Photo Matt)
Unfortunately, none is from Indonesia. 😦 I hope someday, someone would come up and be on the list.
This is a nice article telling you best practices in using FOSS (Free and Open Source Softwares) for your web development. Read it here at Lullabot. (via Planet Drupal)
Update (February 22, 2007):
Another article on FOSS. Read it here at pingVision, titled “How to use open source (and how not to)“. (via Planet Drupal)
For people who are interested to run bbPress 0.8 in Indonesian, you can download the localization file over here at the Indonesian language pack section of my website.
You can find the ‘how to‘ to add the localization on bbPress here.
After attending the Asia Source II camp for more than a week, I am back to the real life again, sitting in front of my computer and doing my daily activities. I must say, being there in that camp was one of the best experiences I’ve ever had in my life. I hope I could meet you again somewhere in the future.
Here are some interesting links I found today while I surfed the Internet. Some of them were triggered by the issue IlmuKomputer.Com is facing at the moment. Me and Mas Romi were in discussion how we are accomodating the high traffic the website generates and to overcome that we constantly move from one server to another because of this. We don’t implement the suggestions provided on the following links yet, but I hope they would be useful for you somehow.
So guys, if you could help us how to solve our traffic problem, you are very welcome. Have your say, we’re listening. 🙂
Looking for a solution which will take care of your Windows updates without the need of internet connection? heise Security has the answer. With their Do-It-Youself Service Pack, you can download all the updates from Microsoft’s servers once and then save it on CD/DVD/USB stick. Interesting right? Read more about it over here. (via OSNews.com)
Today I found some interesting links on the Net.