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September 2009

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Quesomanrulz Tutorials

Quesomanrulz Tutorials The Way It's Meant to Be Done Alternative to iTunes – Foobar2000 20-09-2009 23:03 iTunes is no doubt the most popular program for playing music files on both Windows and Mac, the Windows version however, while it did just upgrade to 9.0 still has issues with start up and response time. Unfortunately, nothing has ever before been able to come close to all the features available in iTunes, making [...] How to Install and Use the SMF 2 RC CMS 13-09-2009 23:12 Have you ever heard of vBulletin? It’s considered one of the best CMS’s in existance but it is very expensive. Now, however, it has a competitor! Simple Machines has released a release candidate of the 2.0 version of their forum. In design it is very similar to vBulletin, you can create home pages as well [...] How to Install the MODx CMS

Quesomanrulz Tutorials

Previously I have shown how to Install Portable Apps on your flash drive as well as How to Create a Virtual Machine on Your Computer. Today I will be showing you a mix of the two, How to Use Virtualization on the Go. The reason this is so convenient is that you can take your [...]

August 2009

Programming Mac OS X

Twitter Feed * Now that Quake Live works on the Mac anybody wanna have a game tomorrow? * @DamianOS3 I was using that a couple of years ago on a test Nokia N92. * @razorianfly Trying to be a Z Lister eh? Invites don't seem to be getting through to hotmail though which all my friends are on. * @stroughtonsmith TUAW seem to be doubting that those pics of SL on the Eee are real. * So the Zune HD... won't play HD movies. Ah. Yes. Good branding, guys. Very clever! (via @wilshipley) * Is anybody else excited about the release this winter of OnLive? I really want to see the real world results. * @stroughtonsmith Does SL have iPhone style correction?! That's epic if it does.

YouTube - UbunTips's Channel

UbunTips Joined: July 24, 2008 Last Sign In: 1 week ago Videos Watched: 2,525 Subscribers: 53 Channel Views: 906 Welcome to the UbunTips channel. These video tutorials will guide you from being a linux noobie to a confident user. Name: Eoin Country: Ireland Website: Report profile image violation

August 2008

July 2008

Howto Download videos from youtube in Ubuntu -- Ubuntu Geek

youtube-dl is a small command-line program to download videos from Install youtube-dl in Ubuntu sudo aptitude install youtube-dl This will complete the installation. Using youtube-dl Usage instructions are easy. Use youtube-dl followed by a video URL or identifier. youtube-dl Example youtube-dl “” The video will be saved to the file foobar.flv in that example. As videos are in Flash Video format, their extension should be flv.Check this simple guide to convert .flv files to .mpg More usage tips You can change the file name of the video using the -o option, like in youtube-dl -o vid.flv “”. Some videos require an account to be downloaded, mostly because they’re flagged as mature content. You can pass the program a username and password for a account with the -u and -p options, like youtube-dl -u myusername -p mypassword “”. The account data can also be read from the user .netrc file by indicating the -n or --netrc option. The machine name is youtube in that case. The simulate mode (activated with -s or --simulate) can be used to just get the real video URL and use it with a download manager if you prefer that option. The quiet mode (activated with -q or --quiet) can be used to supress all output messages. This allows, in systems featuring /dev/stdout and other similar special files, outputting the video data to standard output in order to pipe it to another program without interferences. The program can be told to simply print the final video URL to standard output using the -g or --get-url option.