Disable recursive queries

How to disable recursive queries on Debian? This is very simple but confusing while searching on Internet as most of the articles are out of date.




How to create an iso image from cdrom

There are many reasons why you might need an iso image instead of cdrom installation. Most common scenario is when you want to have it stored local into your computer and use it on virtualization etc. To convert the whole cd to iso is very simple.




How to mount a NTFS hard drive in read write mode

Let's take a simple scenario where a user has two hard drives of 500GB each. First hard drive holds the Windows OS and second one our favour Linux distribution. Our example we assume that the Linux distribution is Debian but instructions are generic so wont be any problem using any other Linux distribution like Fedora, OpenSuSE, Mandriva, ubuntu etc.




Migrate from 32bit version to 64bit on ubuntu

Same technique I assume will apply to any deb based distribution like Debian etc. In this article we will describe and demonstrate some tips to make upgrade easier from any 32bit distribution to 64bit without loosing any data.




Avoid fsck on reboot

The system utility fsck is a tool for checking the consistency of a file system in Linux. All Linux distributions include a version of fsck.
Generally, fsck is run automatically at boot time when the operating system detects that a file system is in an inconsistent state, indicating a non-graceful shutdown, such as a crash or power loss. As the command must be tailored specifically to the design of the file system, the exact behavior of various fsck implementations will vary. Typically, fsck utilities provide options for either interactively repairing damaged file systems (the user must decide how to fix specific problems), automatically deciding how to fix specific problems (so the user doesn't have to answer any questions), or reviewing the problems that need to be resolved on a file system without actually fixing them.




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