Archive for December, 2009

Skype on Nokia ExpressMusic 5800 with Fring

Thursday, December 31st, 2009

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nokia express music
A friend of mine has bought a new Nokia Express Music 5800, yesterday evening
He wanted to use skype on his nokia so we played a bit together in installing an
app that provides skype on that mobile phone. There are two applications which run
on the phone.1. Skype Lite downloaded from Skype�s mobile phone version download page
However, the selected version was pretty old it was for Nokia 7370.
This solution worked out, unfortunately there was no skype voice calls on it, niether video calls.
2. We tested Fring For convenience reasons I did a mirror of the Nokia�s ExpressMusic 5800, which by the way runs on top of Symbian OS ver. 9.4.Here is a link to the Fring for Nokia ExpressMusic 5800
We tested also the fring�s skype protocol abilities, trying out both video and audio calls which prooved to work okay.
Nevertheless, during playing with the fring the program crashed once and required to be rebooted to return to proper operation mode.
Credits for this post go to Nomen who did most of the work on testing fring on his phone.
In the mean time tonight, a new year is approaching. Let�s all hope this year will prove to be peaceful, fruitful and
full of grace for every inhabitant on earth.
In regard to the new year approaching I Wish you a Really, Really Happy and Peaceful New Year!

Providing website search facility with Namazu indexer

Tuesday, December 29th, 2009

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I’ve given a try to a nice file indexer which uses the filesystem
to provide a search engine for all your website content.
There is a now tutorial on how to install namazu on debian provided by
debian-administration.org’s website, check it out here

Few little SEO tips on indexing a website / webpage in a better fashion (Through usage of robots.txt and sitemap.xml)

Monday, December 28th, 2009

< 1 min readAs I’ve mentioned in my previous post it’s of vital value to have your website W3C compliant.
I’m trying to learn something more about SEO this days and therefore I found a website dedicated to
Search Engine Optimization discussing the importance of having the robots.txt file in each and every hosted
domain as well as the huge importance of generating sitemap for every web page out there in the Net.
More about robots.txt can be learned fromabout robots.txt’s website
Here is a straigh forward robots.txt I choose to use to enable indexing of website without any restrictions
# Allow allUser-agent: *Disallow:It was kinda of handy for me to learn more about sitemaps on sitemaps.org
In few words sitemaps are used to better map content on a website as every SEO out there knows.
Here is a sample sitemap from the sitemap.xml I’ve generated for pc-freak.net’s entry page
https://pc-freak.net// 2009-12-27T15:28:49+00:00 1.00There are plenty of both online and standalone sitemap.xml generators on the net.
I’ve choosed to use an online service to generate my sitemap.xml after which I modified
the entries in the generated file manually.
I’ve also given a try to google-sitemapgen from the bsd port tree, howeverI wasn’t able to use that soft to generate any sitemaps.
One of the most used and probably honoured project on sitemap generating is Google’s sitemap Generator, checkin Google for further info.
Another handy tip that helps indexing in search engines is including:
Sitemap: https://pc-freak.net//sitemap.xmlin the robots.txt file, so after inclusion robots.txtwould look alike.# Allow allUser-agent: *Disallow:Sitemap: https://pc-freak.net//sitemap.xml

Importance for a website to be w3c compliant (validated)

Sunday, December 27th, 2009

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Since some time, I’m working on an old small websites I’ve created to make
them w3 compliant, the websites were coded quite a long time ago and the code
was completele crippled. It took me a lot of efforts to rewrite this shitty code
to something a bit more compliant. I’ve used mostly W3C’s online markup validation services to check for errors .
Another thing I heavily used was Mozilla Firefox’s Html Validator Firefox add-on
.Here is a list of the websites I checked for w3c compliancy:
Pc-Freak.Net (hip0’s personal websites on everything)
PcFreak Security’s website
The website of the small Linux Seminar that took place in Dobrich
Bylgarskata Pravoslavna Bibliq v PDF i DOC
The Cool FreeBSD ascii games online
Prorochestva na Pravoslavnite Svetii za Svyrsheka na Sveta .
After validating this websites for w3c compliancy, many of them that won’t index
in Google started indexing. So my advice to everybody online who haven’t validated
his websites code yet is to do so immediately! 🙂

Ping Utility (Service) for Nokia Communicator 9300i

Saturday, December 26th, 2009

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I was looking for an app to diagnose my network problems for my Nokia 9300i.
Luckily the company aspicore has created a handy app enabling the Nokia user to
do that through acping. Here is a link to a blog post which explains more about
acping and provides a download link for acping .
Enjoy!

Convert all text in a file from upper to lower case with VIM

Monday, December 21st, 2009

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I’m playing a bit with some old crappy html files this days,
I’m trying to make them w3c compliant. One of the files was
filled with HTML tags in upper case, therefore I needed a quick way
to convert them to lower case.
Here is how I did it:
:%s/[A-Z]/L&/g

Configuring server running both OpenSSHD and Apache to be accessed via HTTPS

Friday, December 18th, 2009

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I wanted to make this machine accessible for both me and others also with a simple browser,
I was thinking about configuring this on pc-freak since some time now.
It took me a while until I found a program that does this for me, anyhow luckily I found it.
It’s called webshell and is working pretty well. Check out the home page of WebShell for download and more info on it. I’ve succesfully installed it on FreeBSD 7.2.
All that is needed for the program to operate is python 2.3 or higher and python openssl (this is optional),
however most people would desire to have the service running over SSL thus this is mandatory.
On my FreeBSD box I had to install:
the port/package py26-openssl and subversion (this is a prerequirement in order to download the source via svn)
It also necessery to modify the webshell.py and change the shebang's location pointing to python
in freebsd that is:

#!/usr/local/bin/python and not #!/usr/bin/python

as in linux.
Then I copied the downloaded source to /usr/local/web-shell/webshell as well as add recordto rc.local

# echo "/usr/local/web-shell/webshell.py -d" >> /etc/rc.localThe last thing I did was manually start the daemon with:
# /usr/local/web-shell/webshell.py -d

Tadam, it's up and running accessing it is as simple as pointing the browser
to a domain name or ip on which the python service is running
Currently the running webshell for pc-freak can be accessed via

ASA2005 Nokia 9500 9300 92XX 91XX Appz n Gamez (Great Collection of Applications and Games for Nokia 9500 9300, 9300i 92XX 91XX Appz n Gamez) [ cracked ]

Thursday, December 17th, 2009

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Some weeks ago, I was looking for some extra applications for my Mobile (Nokia 9300i).
After some time spend in Google I was lucky to find a direct link to an extensive collection
of games and applications for Nokia Communicator Based mobiles, most of the packaged applications
work like a charm. However some of the applications cracks, doesn’t work even though this is just
a tiny number of all the applications in the archive.
Somebody out there did a great job in compiling this nice cracked apps collection.
Here is a list of all the Nokia Communicator Software included in the “ASA2005 Nokia Appz n Gamez”
collection.
ActiveDeskAdobe ReaderAgileMessengerN9500AgileMessengerAgoraAISTetrisal-moazen(full)waleedAppmanAsteroidsatomic_s80_33AudioAnalyzerautomailblacklist80Bricksbudcelltrack_lite_25110DragonFirev1_01_9210eBookReadereRecorderFlexiCamFSClock_S80_Crackedftp_server9500HackCamcorderIconEdit0idiskim_plus_1_10_9500Instantlife-opllightpluslime300_N9500-XiMPDALines1longhorn_excerptMakayama.Mobile.Media.Player.S80Makayama.Mobile.Media.Player.S90Makayamamapviewgps-2rnesMeltDown9210memorymonmessage_storermetroMines9200MMediaMakerMMMNOKIAdemoNokia_9500_BounceNokia_9500_Mobipocket_readerNokia_9500_protourgolfNokia_9500_protourgolfNokia_9500_SWizard_EUROPE_124Nokia_9500_UG_ruNokia_9500_Zip_Manageroggplay_s80_1_65OutlinerPatchpitstop23_9500PowerDeskPowerNavigation204ProfiMail_S80_handangopsiloc.aarbi.farsiPsiloc_eRecorder_S80Psiloc_SecureStorage_S80Psiloc_TaskManquad_9200_100RatTermRebooter11resetringmaster128_fullrmrartrockobanRusEng_SlovoEd_9500ShuffleBoardexSmartSmartmovieSmartVcardSMAssist299Series80SmuggersSolitaireS80stacker80Stacker_9500_Fully_crackedSTOP!SudokuSwitcher-1switcherSymbianWareTForce9210_11aToDoManagertomeraider2tts80enUltraMP3VideoTone_v1[1]visual_communicator_302_nokiavoicecontrolvrallywavgoWebsters10WirelessAppleworldmatexenonX-Messenger_EU_v18-XiMPDAYEditZScreenCaptureAs you can even determine by the application names most of the applications are a must have
ones on your mobile. The overall of apps in the archive is 103. For further information about
each of the apps check in google.
Click here to download the ASA2005 Nokia Applications and Games archive follow this link .
Originally I’ve downloaded the archive above from rapidshare, I give or regard no any liability about how and why,
you’re going to use this applications. What I did is simply I’ve mirrored the archive that is also available from rapidshare.
Hopefully this apps would enrich your smartphone experience just like it did mine 🙂

A cool gamers / geek movie (Grandma’s Boy)

Wednesday, December 16th, 2009

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A friend of mine Alex you might check his homepage suggested a really
cool movie to me. The movie is called Grandma’s boy, it’s a story about drug, games, maniacs, drama and commedy.
Check out the movie review in imdb
I’m quite sure you will absolutely love the movie, if you’re an old school gamer 🙂

Nokia Communicator 9300i Call Register (Received Calls, Missed Calls, Dialed Calls) cannot delete problem

Sunday, December 13th, 2009

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There is a terrible bug in the Nokia Communicator firmware (the bug appears
in Nokia 9300i running Symbian Software Series 80 v2,
my Nokia (Control Center -> About Product) reports
version 5.50. The bug is really ugly since the phone fails to delete,
received calls, missed calls, dialed calls records.
It took me a while to track the error, however finally I got it,
thanks to a friend of mine who has experienced already the same on his phone.
The error was caused by something pretty dumb. OK enough gibberish,the problem is caused by a wrong system date!, how stupid, fixing the
date from Control Center is simply and effective fix. Even though that would
fix your phone so you can successfully delete in the future from call register,
you won’t be able to see your received calls before you fix the issue.
Therefore after some googling I’ve found a nice software that is able to manageyour call register logs in a much bug free way the soft I’ve found from rapidshare,
and luckily comes with a crack. You can download (Advanced Call Manager)
from the mirrored copy I made for you here Download Advanced Call Manager (ACM) version 2.51 (Cracked) .
Another great thing about Advanced Call Manager is that all
your in and out calls + missed calls are logged and ready to be found,
even those not showing up in the normal Call Register software that comes bundled with the phone.