Just some lines from the deepest part of…

•November 24, 2009 • Leave a Comment

I am moving… and I am going to overcome the most difficult period  in my life! Yes, I can! I am trying, I am focusing , I am preparing. But is that all enough ? for me and for ‘you’. I will really miss you, I miss my past, my ex and I love my present- with ya.

Above lines of confusion are not necessary a part of my life, but how can I get rid of it? Writing down those lines bcoz of listening some Christmas songs on YouTube, looking at some pictures…and watching my friend’s video on youtube…makes me seem to be  stupid, so stupid…so confused! Does it exist somewhere around here? I’d better know! I know, but… just sometimes. Sorry for my poor english, sorry for this ‘speaking-style’ writing.  I really don’t wana practice english at all. No, not at all. just wana be crazy , wana go back, no… wana get something which i aimed!

just being sad. I can feel it!


Thao’s piano moment

•August 12, 2009 • 1 Comment

The video above is my friend’s piano performance at Mcomic coffe shop [a teenager’s japanese-style comic coffee shop] which I recorded long long ago… She is  always a dynamic girl 😀 and she has great ambition in life, so  snooner or later,  I guess she’ll be successful! However, I dont’ like your messy room, girl 😀 sorry hí hí.

Scan virus from Dos

•February 28, 2008 • 1 Comment

There are many cases in which we can not remove virus totally in Windows enviroment 🙂 so in that cases I usually scan & remove virus from Dos.

All I have to do is:

1. Making  a bootable floppy disk or USB or CD or Dos boot menu [ in case you made it when install Windows] – whatever can help you boot and get a Dos enviroment.

2. Go to: ftp://ftp.nai.com/pub/antivirus/superdat/intel/ and then download sdatxxxx.exe [xxxx is the version 🙂 ]

3. After downloading, extract it to a folder [choose a simple name so you can easy to type quickly ] . For example: anti

4.   Booting, get into Dos enviroment then use  cd command to reach the folder you name as step 3. For example: cd anti

5.  …anti> scan.exe [type scan.exe to let the program start — in this tut I use Mcafee]

6. scan and remove virus!

Now you get ur solution, but it’s important to use a good anti-virus app to protect ur comp after that. And remember to keep it up to date!

Some should-be-disable services in XP

•February 20, 2008 • Leave a Comment

Windows is my first OS, I like the way they make it be a user-friendly OS, which most normal end users do need. With Windows XP & Server 2003 OS, I got my first certificate MCSA – an important point in my life. 🙂 …


You are a normal Windows end user ? And ur computer becomes slower & slower after a time of using ? You also tried to clean the HDD, use third-party software to tweak the OS etc… yea! but nothing improved. 😐 I used to be in that situation too & the trick I did is disable some default services in Windows:

1. Hold Windows key and press R [Windows key + R] => Cmd box will open.

2. Type “services.msc” [without the quote mark “” ] into Cmd box then Enter

3. Find these below services [follow below picture] :(Click on the picture to enlarge)

Note that these services should be disable or not is depended on your own need, if you don’t wana use them, you can disable them without worrying [nothing will harm your comp :-)]  This small trick will help your comp run faster and using less RAM than before.

Disable these services

Enjoy the speed with your Windows OS!

Using Tor in Ubuntu | Torify our life

•February 18, 2008 • Leave a Comment

I really like Tor, I m completely satisfied with the anonymity Tor brings about. Tor is good…yea though it’s still crackable by experts. Using Tor n some other ways, you could hope that no one might knows who you are on the Internet.

Here you can find out more about the Tor Network.

Here is the way you install & config Tor on Ubuntu.


  1. sudo aptitude install tor
  2. sudo vim /etc/tor/torrc
  3. sudo vim /etc/privoxy/config
  4. comment out: “logfile logfile” and “jarfile jarfile”
  5. find: listen-address
  6. add (on next line): forward-socks4a / localhost:9050 . (including the period)
  7. sudo /etc/init.d/tor restart && sudo /etc/init.d/privoxy restart
  8. configure your network to now use Tor and Privoxy.

That is a pretty quick setup for getting the engine to work, now to actually use it. This can be used globally if set in your network proxy config (System > Preferences > Network Proxy) or individually by program that allows proxy configuration.

Firefox Setup / Global Network Proxy Settings:

  1. Edit > Preferences > Advanced > “Connection”
  2. HTTP and SSL Proxy: localhost: 8118
  3. SOCKS Host: localhost 9050

Or for an even simpler method simply download the Tor Plugin for Firefox. It allows you to turn on / off the Tor proxy with a click of a button. On the other hand, you can use FoxyProxy addons to get a all-in-one proxy changing solution.

For gaim:

  1. Edit any account (Jabber, MSN, etc)
  2. “Advanced” Tab or “Proxy Settings” (depending on your version of gaim)
  3. Proxy Type: SOCKS 5
  4. Host:
  5. Port: 9050
  6. Done

For IRC (freenode) over gaim:

  1. Edit your IRC account settings
  2. change “irc.freenode.net” to: mejokbp2brhw4omd.onion
  3. “Advanced” Tab or “Proxy Settings” (depending on your version of gaim)
  4. Proxy Type: SOCKS 5
  5. Host:
  6. Port: 9050

Enjoy using the Tor Privacy network!

from: http://ubuntu-tutorials.com/2006/11/02/how-to-install-tor-privoxy-kubuntu-606-610/