The ability to create or change the disk label of fat/fat32/vfat file systems/partitions doesn’t come with Parted; yet is quite simple to achieve with Ubuntu Debian GNU/Linux :). This comes in very handy when you have a number of fat devices (like USB, SD, etc) and want something more meaningful than just “disk” as its… Continue reading Creating labels for disks in Ubuntu Debian GNU/Linux
I have recently used the ‘photorec’ component of the ‘testdisk’ application for recovering files from FAT32 file systems. I had used it before to recover files from general USB devices and others like Compact Flash/MMC/Secure Digital media with great success. Then, I was focusing on recovery of photos and movies. This time I was looking… Continue reading Undelete files on a vfat partition in Ubuntu Debian GNU/Linux
Web servers sometimes behave differently for different browsers, for compatibility reasons usually, but not neccessarily. If you want to test how a system or site behaves for different browsers, instead of preparing a lot of computers and browser installs one could try some
I have been using Mutt MUA for a little while now and it is apparent that I need some kind of address book. The solution outlined here saves address automatically when you send email.
I have been using the Mutt email client for a short while now. By no means an expert, but have found a few little gems.
When viewing various mime attachments, Mutt uses mailcap [/etc/mailcap] to decide which applications to use. I was suprised to find that gif and other images are not supported ‘out of the box’. However,