I recently sign up for koding account. koding provides an Ubuntu VM and you can connect to it through local machine using SSH client. Now the problem is I am using Windows to connect to Ubuntu VM provided by Koding
Recently one of my colleague gave me two DLLs of same name and told me two find out which one is 32-bit and which one is 64-bit. To find out this information I downloaded the Sigcheck utility from Windows Sysinternals.
This is the simple tutorial which will help you to install three different os on the single machine. We will be installing Windows 7, Fedora 17 and Ubuntu 12.04. First we will install Windows 7, then Fedora, then install Ubuntu
At home I am having NTFS partition on which Windows is installed. Some time I used to mount my NTFS partition on Ubuntu box for some work. Due to some reason I want to restrict the access of other Ubuntu
One of my client is having two machines, one is ubuntu server and another one is windows. He has setup Ubuntu as a server machine, so he can connect it using SSH, FTP, VNC remotely. He is using windows machine