Got this in my mail today… read on,
I want to bring a very serious issueÂ to your attention:Â
The hijackers throw eggs at your vehicle, hoping that you then slow down andÂ turn your wipers on. Once youÂ turn your wipers on,
you cannot see anything. This is just what the hi-jackers want. They stand a few meters away, and once you have pulled over,
they attack and take your car. Maybe even your life.
In the event of this happening to you, just keep going. You’re advised to o pen your window slightly, put your head out the window
for vision and just keep driving, until you are safe.
Do you thing this really happens? I bet your wind screen gonna smell like rotten eggs.
7 . 4 . 7 is the date to remember. I bet you already know why….
Some fun pics I got in my mail. Only in Malaysia.
1. Awesome street sign. Let’s say it in English and BM in the same sentence.
2. This is what happens when it rains in KL
3. Astro in Johor
4. Clown on Kesas
5. Don’t litter, the right way!!
6. Ah long!!
7. Cicak Man!!
8. Rempit Crew in action..sigh….
9. GPS tracking?
10. Is it worth it or is he just dumb?
11.Ã¯Â¿Â½ Hmmmm… for sale?
I use the command line everyday at for work and home. Command switches a part of life but the problem is remembering switches. The man files have always helped and always will continue doing so.
Bash-completion came along to help in this area. It displays a list of a available switched for a specific command by simply hitting the TAB key twice. See screenshots below for clearer picture.
1. Download the rpm . Currently no packages available from the CentOS repos.
2. Install the rpm
#”rpm -ivh bash-completion-20060301-1.noarch.rpm”
3. Start a new shell or execute the command below
4. Test out your new shell enhancement
#”ls — [TAB][TAB]”
Being in Malaysia don’t expect the best speeds when running “yum -y update“. I recommend installing the yum fastest mirror plugin to see some better results.
The plugin basically goes through the list of mirrors and determines which mirrors have the best response time. The results are then sorted and stored in a local cached copy.
Installation is simple,
1. # “yum install yum-fastestmirror” for CentOS 5 and “yum -y install yum-plugin-fastestmirror” for previous versions.
2. # “vi /etc/yum/pluginconf.d/fastestmirror.conf” ensure the settings described below and set properly.
3. # “yum -y update” and you should start seeing a difference.
# yum -y update
Loading “fastestmirror” plugin
Loading “installonlyn” plugin
Setting up Update Process
Setting up repositories
Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile
More help available at the CentOs Wiki .