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How to install Adobe flash player for 64bit Ubuntu 10.04

May 20th, 2010

Hello Guys ,

You just need to install the 64 bit version from the PPA (This is a personal package archive for experimental software, packages may often break or contain severe bugs. It should not be used except for development purposes.) by executing the following:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:sevenmachines/flash && sudo apt-get update &&

sudo apt-get install flashplugin64-installer

How to Manage Your Time in Your Life

November 21st, 2009

The teachers always seem to have more to do than there are hours in the day. Follow these steps to minimize wasted hours and get some of your personal time back

Here’s How:

1. Make a list of all the things that you need to get done in a given time period (day, week, month, etc.)
2. Realistically approximate the amount of time each task will take to complete.
3. Factor in easily overlooked tasks, such as transportation time and preparation.
4. Eliminate any non-essential items.
5. Prioritize the tasks in order of importance and urgency.
6. Set about accomplishing these tasks as soon as possible, avoiding procrastination.

1. The first thing for MUSLIM don’t forget the Pray between your time it will take 5 min only from you .
2. Don’t feel bad saying “no” to requests for you time that will just add extra stress to your life.
3. Learn from colleagues and web sites to see how others have successfully managed their time.
4. Remember: The basis of effective time management lies in the fact that we cannot accomplish every single thing that we would like to accomplish.
5. Don’t forget to enjoy with your day.

Good Luck

Install Apache2, MySQL5, PHP5 and PHPMyAdmin on Ubuntu

September 20th, 2009

This is a collection of guide how to install Apache Httpd Web Server complete with latest PHP (as Apache mod), MySQL for Ubuntu. As a bonus, I even through in an additional guide to install PHPMyAdmin. Please do note that most of this guide can be found elsewhere which is listed at the bottom of the guide.

Getting Started

I’m sure everyone here is familiar on how to use Terminal which is available from:

Applications > Accessories > Terminal

Install Apache Httpd Web Server

To install Apache, type the following command into your Terminal:

> sudo apt-get install apache2

Testing Apache

Paste the following command into your Terminal

> sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 start

Then open http://localhost/ or from your web browser. At first run, you would probably see a directory listing or a HTML page with a text saying “It’s Work“.

It’s Work

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لنفرض قد تعطل الكيبورد الخاص بك أو تعطلت منه بعض المفاتيح

May 3rd, 2007

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