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%echo curl –basic –user “YOURUSERNAME:PASSWORD” –data-ascii “status=`echo $@|tr ‘ ‘ ‘+’`” “http://twitter.com/statuses/update.json” >> twit.sh
%chmod +x twit.sh
%./twit.sh Hello World!
For those who are using small inch of screen, netbook or any laptop, i think this theme is a must for you. utilize the potential of your small screen when browsing internet. make your view bigger than before, install this theme now.
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Gears, formerly Google Gears, is beta software offered by Google to enable offline access to services that normally only are available online. It installs a database engine, based on SQLite, on the client system to cache the data locally. Gears-enabled pages use data from this local cache rather than from the online service. Using Gears, a web application may periodically synchronize the data in the local cache with the online service. If a network connection is not available, the synchronization is deferred until a network connection is established. Thus Gears enables web applications to work even though access to the network service is not present.
it also can
|Let web applications interact naturally with your desktop|
|Store data locally in a fully-searchable database|
to install it, just point your browser to http://gears.google.com/
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Today i would like to share to all readers how to enable su access on freebsd
the trick is written here
# pw user mod <nameofuser> -G wheel
If u want to change ur own default shell on freebsd, u can use chsh command
but how to change to ur 1000 users on ur system ?
for example, changing to zsh
cd /usr/home && for i in *;do chsh -s zsh