Monthly Archives: June 2012
This instruction describes how to install Ubuntu Server (in my case 11.04) onto a USB 3.0 stick and make it boot from that stick.
What you will need:
- A working Linux system
- gparted – Gnome Partition Editor
- unetbootin – the universal netboot installer
- The Ubuntu Server ISO image
- A USB 2.0 stick with at least 800 MB free space
- A USB 3.0 stick to install the system onto
This instruction describes how to install Debian Squeeze on an iBook with a G3 PPC CPU. It is the way that worked for me and it might be usefull for others who want to bring back some live to a nice little machine.
1. Shrinking the Mac OS partition
2. Installing Debian Squeeze
3. Configuring Debian Squeeze
3.1 Right-click by Ctrl+click
3.2 Function keys and eject key
3.4 Keyboard mappings
3.6 Power management
ROT13 is a variation of the caesar chiffre. It replaces each letter with the letter 13 positions after that letter. A nice side effect: you need only a function to encrypt a string. If you encrypt an encrypted string, you’ll get the plaintext.
echo 'This is a Test' | tr 'A-Za-z' 'N-ZA-Mn-za-m'
Output: Guvf vf n Grfg
echo 'Guvf vf n Grfg' | tr 'A-Za-z' 'N-ZA-Mn-za-m'
Output: This is a Test