Showing posts with label Linux. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Linux. Show all posts


How To Watch The iPhone 6 Event Online

Posted By: Arin Dey - September 09, 2014
Apple has announced that it will be streaming the iPhone 6 event live. Officially it is available on Apple devices only. It is also true that, officially the limitation is precisely for Safari 5.1.10 or OS X v10.6.8 or later; Safari on iOS 6.0 or later; streaming via Apple TV would require second- or third-generation Apple TV with software 6.2 or later. But there is a way that will open up the barrier of limitation and enables you to watch this live streaming event online on your Windows or Linux platforms also. This trick will enable you to watch watch the event on any device which has media player VLC. No worries. 

Follow the below simple steps to watch this event live :
  1. Open VLC player. If you don't have it installed then download the same from here.
  2. Open VLC and click on Media Menu (top left).
  3. Once the drop down menu comes, click on the Network Stream.
  4. A popup screen will appear as shown below.
How To Watch The iPhone 6 Event Online

Copy and paste the below link into the field.

You are done. Now click on Play. If you see a video view similar to the below then you can watch the Live Stream which would start shortly.

How To Watch The iPhone 6 Event Online With VLC Player

You will get a different link and it will be live once the event goes live. Keep your eye on the page 


How to Create Repository in Linux Environment

Posted By: Poketors - March 23, 2012
It is a very known fact that we can install packages in Linux by using RPM (Red Hat Package Management). Along with all the advantages using RPM, there is one big disadvantage by using RPM that we can’t install packages which depend on other packages i.e dependencies. so in order to install packages which depend on other packages, we have to install packages by using YUM (Yellowdog Updater Modified). Actually YUM is added from RHEL5 onwards. YUM uses a repository for installation. YUM automatically computes dependencies and figure out what things should occur to install packages. YUM can install, remove upgrade or query the packages efficiently.

How to Create Repository in Linux Environment

Now we can go ahead to create repository. Please follow these tips to add a local repository in your hard drive, here I am showing how to create repository in RHEL6.

Step 1: Create any folder i.e Directory
# mkdir /var/ftp/pub

Step 2: Move all RHEL DVD files to this directory /var/ftp/pub

# cd /var/ftp/pub

Step 3: Append the file localRepo:

# cd /etc/yum.repos.d

# vi localRepo.repo


:wq! (Save and Quit)

Step 4: Create repository

#cd /var/ftp/pub/Packages
#rpm -ivh createrepo* --force

#createrepo -g /var/ftp/pub/repodata/repomd.xml /var/ftp/pub/Packages

Step 5: Run following command

# yum clean all
To checkout list of installed packages use following command:

# yum list installed

Now the repository has been created in your system.

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