Try these alternatives.
You can’t block the internet!! Get that through your thick skulls …
This list will be updated as more mirrors show up so check back often.
Follow this guide and you’ll get to enjoy Spotify’s Linux client. Note that it’s a preview release and is unsupported.
Create a new source file for the Spotify repository.
# sudo vi /etc/apt/sources.list.d/spotify.list
Add the following line into the source file.
Add Spotify’s public key so that you can verify Spotify’s packages.
sudo apt-key adv --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv-keys 94558F59
deb http://repository.spotify.com stable non-free
Update your sources
#sudo apt-get update
#sudo apt-get install spotify-client
Putty has a feature to log your sessions to log files. This is a handy and I use it a lot. Comes in handy when you want to roll back what you did or to simply remember a command you ran.
Session logging is not enabled by default but if you want logging enabled by default for all your sessions then here’s how.
Fire up Putty and go to the “Logging” tab. Check “Printable output” option and insert your desired log file name and location into the location field.
For the log file name, Putty supports the following substitutes.
&H – Hostname
&Y – Year (yyyy)
&M – Month (mm)
&D – Day (dd)
&T – Time (hhmmss)
This will log all your sessions into a dropbox backup folder with the desired naming format. .i.e “hostname-20130305-132319.log”
Go to “Session” , select the “Default Settings” saved session and hit “save” to make this default for all your new sessions.
NOTE: All your previous saved sessions will need to manually updated.
For some stupid reason my Google hangout and voice calls stopped working on my Windows machine. Removed the Google voice plugin and tried reinstalling it and got hit with a new error “Installer error 1603″.
After some digging around the issue was narrowed down to either permissions or the windows installer service having some hangover files or registry entries from previous installs.
The fix was to run Window’s FixIt to clean up the installer. This is what it does;
Let me know if it work for you.
Malaysia finally gets it first GPS based taxi booking service, Unicablink. Its part of the Sunlight Taxi group of companies.
You have 3 ways to book a cab. Call the call center at 1300-800-222, book online or through the mobile app. The mobile app is the best way and is available for both the Android and iPhone.
When a booking is made, the nearest taxis will be notified and they can then bid on the job. Just like the cabs in SG. The company claims booking time has dropped from 20 minutes to only 5 minutes.
The next phase will be to introduce alternative payment methods. Credit / Debit cards and Touch n Go. This is something many of us are waiting for! Especially travelers.
What about Taxi Monger you ask? If I’m not wrong, that’s sms based and the response time is slightly longer.
I’ve yet to book a cab through Unicablink, hopefully soon. Have you tried Unicablink yet?