Linux on iPhone!

December 11, 2008

For the first time, linux has now been sucessfully ported to the iPhone with most of the basic features enabled. Features such as touch screen, sound, wireless networking are not available.

For more information and a demonstration, please visit the following website.


50 ways on tweaking to make Ubuntu faster

December 3, 2008

TechRadar UK

Want to get the most out of the world’s favourite linux distributions?

Want to invest a little time tweaking you system for the highest performance?

TechRadar will show you how!

Click the link here.

Framing a website

October 10, 2008

Now, what does framing mean?

It means like when you want to create a website but loads the page of the other site…

For example,
You have a website, but when people enterĀ  your site, you want the page to load mob3.

Create a html file using the following code:
Do it through notepad then save the file as index.html



<title>Website titile – By Infrasound</title>


<frameset rows=”*”>

<frame name=”top” src=”; marginheight=10>



Upload this to your website….
Now, each time someone visit your site, it will load

Have fun!

Creating an ISO image on Linux.

September 29, 2008

There is no need for softwares for this, just simple safe terminal commands.

  1. Insert the CD into the CD Drive
  2. Open Terminal (Applications > Accessories > Terminal)
  3. Run the following command: cat /dev/scd0 > /home/infrasound/test.iso
  4. Replace the “/home/infrasound” to the location you want the ISO to be created.
  5. Replace the “test” to the name of the ISO you want to create.
  6. It will take a while to complete.

Feed Informer puts RSS on your site.

September 28, 2008

1. Go find the URL of the RSS feed that you want to put in your website (example:

2. Go to, register and put in the URL of the RSS feed. In the Control Panel, you can customise the output.

3. Go to publish digest and choose the type of the code you want to generate (php, javascript, etc)

4. Copy the generated code.

5. Paste the code to where you want the news to come out in your website.

6. Upload the HTML and you are done.

13 Truly amazing Firefox extensions.

September 25, 2008

Adblock Plus – Adblock Plus is a popularly known addon on Firefox. It gets rid of most annoying banners, adverts and other popups by subscribing to a host. You can even block elements or add your own filter.

CustomizeGoogle – CustomizeGoogle allows you to enhance and customize Google’s search page by adding extra information (like links to Yahoo,, MSN etc) and removing unwanted elements (like ads and spam). All features are optional and easily configured.

DownloadHelper – easily download streaming videos from websites such as Youtube in just one click away!

McAfee SiteAdvisor – Always stay protected with site rating on your status bar. When searching site ratings will appear next to each results. When surfing, site ratings appear on the task bar. So you’ll always know whenever you’re surfing a spyware website!

NoScript – Block away these annoying javascripts, flash and other plugins. NoScript lets you block and allow scripts on any sites.

PDF Download – Easily download or convert page to PDF on any site.

Redirector – Easily redirect (change the path) unwanted site to a different site you want.
Stylish – Personalise the look of different sites with CSS. You can edit your own script and even searh other available scripts.

CS Lite – This is like NoScript, but applies for cookies. Wipe away unwanted cookies and choose to allow only on trusted sites.

Tabmix Plus – Enhance the way you browse using tabs. Creating a whole new way of browsing. It includes such features as duplicating tabs, controlling tab focus, tab clicking options, undo closed tabs and windows, plus much more. It also includes a full-featured session manager.

Greasemonkey – Customize and change the way websites work by loading and editing Javascripts.

Fireuploader – Upload media through this application to popularly known websites such as Flickr, Youtube, Facebook, etc.

Foxmarks – Sinchronises your bookmark and store them into a server. More like a bookmark backup tool. Allows you to recover your bookmarks on any machine.

Get Chrome’s Features on Firefox

September 24, 2008

Jealous of Google Chrome’s browsing features?

Want to go on Incognito? Do you want the domain of the web address highlighted?

Don’t want to leave the amazing extensions and theme on your Firefox?

Well? Why don’t you get the features for Firefox?

Click here.