How to Connect Hostgator.com SSH from Ubuntu’s Terminal

If you have a shared account in HostGator, it is possible for you to have a connection straight to your files and folders. By using SSH you can simply login from your Putty or Terminal without opening your maindomain:2082 and enter the username and password that wasting time.

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How to Remove Google Chrome Cache in Ubuntu

I tried to clean my Google Chrome cache in my Ubuntu 10.10. First time I tried, I was so confused to find where is the cache folder is. Then, I found that the cache folder is hidden. To find it go to your home directory and then hold CTRL + H. It will show you many hidden files and folders.

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Installing USB Modem Vodafone K3765 (Huawei) in Ubuntu 10.10

How to install Vodafone K3765 in Ubuntu 10.10? You should install the bcm-install-offline.tar first. It is offline installer, extract it to folder and install it by using this command in your terminal.

./install.sh

If it doesn’t work, you maybe should change it permission to

chmod 755 install.sh

Reboot your computer if it is necessary.

How to Download Tube8 Videos in Ubuntu 10.10 Using Axel

You can’t just using Axel to download Tube8 videos. First, you must get the cached video link on the server, in this case Tube8’s CDN Server. How to obtain that?

You can use Google Chrome Download Video Web extension or Quick Play extention to obtain the cached video link. Unfortunately, since I checked it on 19th of December the Download Video Web is unavailable. So, you can install Quick Play extension instead.

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How to Take Resizeable Screenshot on Ubuntu’s Terminal

At the first time I was using PrtSc (Print Screen) button to take a screenshot on Ubuntu, but it was not satisfying because it took the entire screen. I want resizeable screenshot with chosen area.
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AXEL Download Accelerator in Ubuntu

You know the popular download accelerator in Windows such as FlashGet or Download Accelerator Plus (DAP). In Ubuntu 10.10 you can use AXEL to accelerate your download.

To install AXEL you can use this command on your Terminal.

sudo apt-get install axel

How to use

You can use the AXEL by using this command

axel -n 10 http://yourdownloadurl.com/folder/file.doc

If you want to rename your downloaded file you can use -o option

axel -n 10 http://yourdownloadurl.com/folder/file.doc -o "This is your file.doc"

Let’s Download!