Basicly you can check how long has your harddisk been powered on with the command below
The sample below shows the harddisk has been powered on for 9577 hours which you can calculate to 399 days. Which also means that the harddisk is more then a year old.
# smartctl -a /dev/sda | grep Power_On 9 Power_On_Hours 0x0032 090 090 000 Old_age Always - 9577
I managed to get iCloud Contact Sync working on Android devices, this should work for every single CardDav compatible device.
- Add an account in CardDav
- For Server name enter https://contacts.icloud.com
- Make sure SSL is checked
- For username enter your iCloud username (example firstname.lastname@example.org) and password enter your iCloud password.
- Press Ok, wait a few seconds for it to confirm
I hope this helps
Update: You may also wish to enable two-way sync with iCloud, I’ve enabled this and have had no issues.
A week ago, Rapidshare has taken a major step to prevent bandwidth leeching. Rapidshare to Rapidshare (Inter Server Transfer) are being disable. Previously you could just re-upload or close by placing back an Rapidshare Link on the remote upload screen. provided u have a premium account. But now it has been blocked.
After sourcing over the internet for solutions, i found one that are still working as of this entry is being typed. Please refer to the instructions below on how to get it work. You need to be a premium member to work.
1. Get the link which you would like to upload/clone The link will look something like this ( http://yourusername:email@example.com:80/files/35467964/dl/files.to.be.upload.again.at.rapidshare.rar )
2. Go to tinyurl.com and convert the link you copied above to a tinyurl.com link ( looks something like this http://tinyurl.com/323452 after converted.)
3. Put the link which you copied above to the remote upload.
4. Click on upload and Voila. Its remote uploading again.
TEST LINK ( This is just a wall paper )
-Wait until you see countdown
-Using Firefox click View>Page Style and select No Style.
Now you should see something like this:
Where it says (If you don’t see the code or the code is unreadable,
please click here to refresh it.) Click Refresh.
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The latest interactive ‘Google Doodle’ comes days after the company celebrated its 12th birthday with a special ‘Buckyball’ logo. Users are able to bounce the ‘balls’ that make up the Google logo around the screen, before they eventually regroup to write the word Google. To view Google Doodle you can go to the country websites of google such as :-
View when Normal
View Upon Mouse Over