Live Usb

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liveusb-creator

The liveusb-creator is a cross-platform tool for easily installing live operating systems on to USB flash drives.
Features
Works in Windows and Linux!
Completely non-destructive install. There is no need to deal with formatting or partitioning your USB key.
Supports automatically downloading various Fedora releases, as well as Sugar on a Stick!
Automatically detects all of your removable devices
Persistent storage creation. This lets you to allocate extra space on your USB stick, allowing you to save files and make modifications to your live operating system that will persist after you reboot. This essentially lets you carry your own personalized Fedora with you at all times.
SHA1 checksum verification of known releases, to ensure that you’ve downloaded the correct bits

Download
Windows
Windows executable: liveusb-creator-3.6.5.zip (11M) (ChangeLog).

https://fedorahosted.org/releases/l/i/liveusb-creator/liveusb-creator-3.6.5.zip

SHA1: 6ed46229c878b521ed7592a20c0547a656819e76
Note: Make sure to extract the entire zip file before running.
Linux

For Fedora 9 and 10, simply use Add/Remove software and search for liveusb-creator and install it or do
# yum install liveusb-creator
source : https://fedorahosted.org/liveusb-creator/

gprs settings for idea, hutch, airtel, bsnl, airtel live, airtel mobile

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Free manual GPRS settings:
Most of people have face problems regarding gprs settings on their mobile phones. I have been getting lots of public reviews about how to configure and where to get gprs setting, So I publish here most of gprs settings for most of mobile service operator (India) to enter in your phone mannulay. Here you have manual gprs settings for vodafone, hutch, idea, airtel, bsnl, airtel live, airtel mobile you can enter in your phone and configure mannually.

Manual Reliance Smart GPRS Settings:

Settings for SMARTWAP:

* Account name : SMARTWAP
* Access point name: SMARTWAP
* Home page: http://wap.rworld.co.in/gsm/index.wml
* Wapgateway proxy IP address: 97.253.29.199
* Port: 8080

Settings for SMATRNET:

* Account name: SMARTNET
* Access point name: SMARTNET
* Home page: http://www.google.co.in
* Wapgateway proxy IP address: 97.253.29.199
* Port: 8080

Settings for MMS:

* Account name: RTLMMS
* Access point name:MMS
* Homepage: http://10.114.0.5/mms/
* Wapgateway IP: 10.114.0.13
* Port: 9401

Manual Idea gprs Settings:
Account Name – idea_GPRS
Username – leave Blank
Password – leave Blank
Homepage – http://wap.ideafresh.com
Proxy and Server Port – 8080
Proxy and Server adress – 010.004.042.045
Databearer – GPRS / Packetdata
Acces Point Name – imis
Proxy – Enabled/yes
Authentication Type – Normal
Manual Hutch or Vodafone Essar gprs Settings:
Account Name – Vodafone Live
User Name – leave Blank
Password – leave Blank
Proxy – Enabled/yes
Access Point Name – portalnmms
Proxy – Enabled/yes.
Proxy and Server address – 010.010.001.100
Proxy and Server Port – 9401 or 8080
Homepage – http://live.vodafone.in
Authentication Type – Normal

Manual Airtel gprs Settings:
Account Name – Airtel_gprs
User Name – leave Blank
Password – leave Blank
Homepage – http://live.airtelworld.com
Proxy – Enabled/yes.
Proxy and Server Adress – 202.56.231.117
Proxy and Server Port – 8080
Data bearer – GPRS or Packet Data.
Access Point Name – airtelgprs.com
Authentication Type – Normal
Use preferred access point – No

Manual Airtel live settings
Account Name – Airtel_live
Homepage – http://live.airtelworld.com
Username – leave Blank
Password – leave Blank
Proxy – Enabled/yes
Proxy and Server Adress – 100.001.200.099
Accespoint Name – airtelfun.com
Proxy and Server Port – 8080
Data bearer – GPRS/ Packet Data
Authentication Type – Normal

Manual BPL gprs Settings:
Account Name – BPL WAP
Username – leave blank
Password – leave blank
Proxy – Enabled/yes
Homepage – http://wap.mizone.bplmobile.com
Proxy and Server address – 10.0.0.10
Proxy and Server Port – 8080
Acces Point Name – mizone
Data bearer – GPRS/ Packetdata
Authentication Type – Normal
Manual BSNL north gprs Settings:
Account Name – bsnlwap
Username – leave blank
Password – leave blank
Proxy – Enabled/yes
Homepage – http://wap.cellone.in
Proxy and Server address – 010.132.194.196
Proxy and Server Port – 8080
Acces Point Name – wapnorth.cellone.in
Data bearer – GPRS/ Packetdata
Authentication Type – Normal

Manual Idea Gprs Settings
Account Name – idea_GPRS
Username – Blank
Password – Blank
Homepage – http://wap.ideafresh.com
Proxy and Server Port – 8080
Proxy and Server adress – 10.4.42.45
Databearer – GPRS / Packetdata
Acces Point Name – imis
Proxy – Enabled/yes
Authentication Type – Normal

Manual Bsnl Gprs Settings
Account Name – BPL WAP
Username –
Password –
Proxy – Enabled/yes
Homepage – http://techarena.in
Proxy and Server address – 10.0.0.10
Proxy and Server Port – 8080
Acces Point Name – mizone
Data bearer – GPRS/ Packetdata
Authentication Type – Normal

Manual Hutch Gprs Settings
Account Name – Hutch_GPRS
User Name – Blank
Password – Blank
Proxy – Enabled/yes
Access Point Name – portalnmms
Full Internet Access Point Name – www
Proxy and Server address – 10.10.1.100
Proxy and Server Port – 8080
Homepage – http://hutchworld.co.in
Authentication Type – Normal

Manual Airtel live settings
Account Name – Airtel_live
Homepage – http://live.airtelworld.com
Username – Blank
Password – Blank
Proxy – Enabled/yes
Proxy and Server Adress – 100.1.200.99
Accespoint Name – airtelfun.com
Proxy and Server Port – 8080
Data bearer – GPRS/ Packet Data
Authentication Type – Normal

Manual Airtel Gprs Settings
Homepage – any page you want to set. (eg. http://techarena.in)
User Name – Blank
Password – Blank
Proxy – Enabled/yes.
Proxy and Server Adress – 202.56.231.117
Proxy and Server Port – 8080
Data bearer – GPRS or Packet Data.
Access Point Name – airtelgprs.com
Authentication Type – Normal
Use preferred access point – No

Manual Hutch Gprs Settings

1. Account Name – Hutch_GPRS
2. User Name – Blank
3. Password – Blank
4. Proxy – Enabled/yes
5. Access Point Name – portalnmms
6. Full Internet Access Point Name – www
7. Proxy and Server address – 10.10.1.100
8. Proxy and Server Port – 8080
9. Homepage – http://hutchworld.co.in
10. Authentication Type – Normal

Manual Airtel Gprs Settings

1. Homepage – any page you want to set.
2. User Name – Blank
3. Password – Blank
4. Proxy – Enabled/yes.
5. Proxy and Server Adress – 202.56.231.117
6. Proxy and Server Port – 8080
7. Data bearer – GPRS or Packet Data.
8. Access Point Name – airtelgprs.com
9. Authentication Type – Normal
10. Use preferred access point – No

Manual Airtel live settings

1. Account Name – Airtel_live
2. Homepage – http://live.airtelworld.com
3. Username – Blank
4. Password – Blank
5. Proxy – Enabled/yes
6. Proxy and Server Adress – 100.1.200.99
7. Accespoint Name – airtelfun.com
8. Proxy and Server Port – 8080
9. Data bearer – GPRS/ Packet Data
10. Authentication Type – Normal

Manual Idea Gprs Settings

1. Account Name – idea_GPRS
2. Username – Blank
3. Password – Blank
4. Homepage – http://wap.ideafresh.com
5. Proxy and Server Port – 8080
6. Proxy and Server adress – 10.4.42.45
7. Databearer – GPRS / Packetdata
8. Acces Point Name – imis
9. Proxy – Enabled/yes
10. Authentication Type – Normal

Manual Bsnl Gprs Settings

1. Account Name – BPL WAP
2. Username –
3. Password –
4. Proxy – Enabled/yes
5. Homepage – http://wap.mizone.bplmobile.com
6. Proxy and Server address – 10.0.0.10
7. Proxy and Server Port – 8080
8. Acces Point Name – mizone
9. Data bearer – GPRS/ Packetdata
10. Authentication Type – Normal

All about regedit

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Vista Registry – How to Create .Reg Files
Vista Registry – How to Create .Reg Files

This page explains how to create a .reg file. The idea is that you can double-click a .reg file and thus merge its values with those in your Vista registry. One advantage of a .reg file is that it is easy to apply; you don’t need to drill down through endless keys, as you would with regedit. Another advantage is because it’s a text file you can open with Notepad and then edit the values easily. An additional benefit is that .reg files provide their own built-in documentation for changes that you make to the registry.
Purpose of .Reg Files
How to Create .Reg Files with Registry Export
Open the .Reg File with Notepad
Dissecting the .Reg Files
How to Create a .Reg File with Notepad
Summary – Creating .reg files


Purpose of .Reg Files

The main purpose of .Reg files is to modify the operating system’s behaviour by changing values in your registry. Perhaps you have seen such .reg files as part of a program’s installation package? It is deceptively easy to merge a .reg file with your registry, you simply double-click a text file with .reg extension. An alternative method is to introduce the values held in the .reg file by using regedit’s import facility. Where you need to automate a registry change, you could script the command: regedit /s path to .reg file.

Whilst it is easy to import the contents of a .reg file into the registry, do make sure you know what you are doing. Remember that unlike clicking in a GUI, there are no internal checks on the consequences of changing the registry values. I leave creating and testing the content of the .reg files to other dedicated pages, on this page I want to concentrate on the general techniques for creating a .reg file.
Getting Started with .reg files

The easiest way to begin is by launching regedit, then select the value you are investigating and exporting that branch of the registry. Naturally, allow regedit to save the file with a .reg extension.

Once you have created the experimental file, examine it in Notepad. Right-click the file and then select: ‘Open with’. If necessary make changes to the values and then import the .reg file into the registry. When you have perfected the .reg, you can import its settings to different machines.
How to Create .Reg Files with Registry Export
Launch Regedit. Click on the Vista Start Button, type ‘Regedit’ in the ‘Start Search’ dialog box.
Navigate to the area of the registry that you are interested in, for example:
HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon
File Menu – Export. From inside Regedit, click on the File menu, select Export and choose ‘Selected Branch’. Note the .reg file extension.
Remember the path. The default path will be ‘Documents’, however you may wish to save the .reg files into a dedicated folder, for example c:\ reg.
Open the .Reg File With Notepad

Beware, if you double click a .reg file the default behaviour is for Vista to try and add the contents to your registry. The best procedure for reading the .reg file is to right-click and then select ‘Edit’, or ‘Open with’, from the shortcut menu; what that does is open the xyz.reg file in notepad.

Example .reg file from the Winlogon registry folder.

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon]
“ReportBootOk”=”1”
“Shell”=”explorer.exe”
“Userinit”=”C:\\Windows\\system32\\userinit.exe,”
“VmApplet”=”rundll32 shell32,Control_RunDLL \”sysdm.cpl\””
“AutoRestartShell”=dword:00000001
“LegalNoticeCaption”=””
“LegalNoticeText”=””
“PowerdownAfterShutdown”=”0”
“ShutdownWithoutLogon”=”0”
“cachedlogonscount”=”10”
“forceunlocklogon”=dword:00000000
“passwordexpirywarning”=dword:0000000e
“Background”=”0 0 0”
“DebugServerCommand”=”no”
“WinStationsDisabled”=”0”
“DisableCAD”=dword:00000000
“scremoveoption”=”0”
“ShutdownFlags”=dword:00000027
“AutoAdminLogon”=”1”
“DefaultUserName”=”Guyt”
“DefaultPassword”=”P££sw0rd”
“DefaultDomainName”=”cp”
“Welcome”=”Guy’s World”

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon\GPExtensions]

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Dissecting the .Reg Files

Registry Editor

Quite reasonably, the, very first line of your .reg file contains the name of the Registry editor. For Vista, XP and Windows Server 2003, the correct name is: ‘Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00’. Older registries such as Windows 95 and NT 4.0 use ‘REGEDIT4’. Later registries are backwardly compatible, thus Vista understands ‘REGEDIT4’. Incidentally, even though Vista’s regedit reports to be version 6.0 in its Help / ‘About’ menu, the .reg files that it creates report to be from Version 5.00, strange but true.
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

; Created by Guy Thomas
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon]
“Values”=”settings”

Blank Lines

You need a blank line between each set of .reg paths. There is also a blank line between the Registry Editor Version, and the first path. There is no need for a blank line between individual entries for the same path. (See first example in the blue table above.)

; Comments

If you create your own .reg file, then it is possible to place judicious comments by preceding that line with a semi-colon.
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

; Created by Guy Thomas. Purpose to display the Build Number on the desktop
[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop]
“PaintDesktopVersion”=dword:00000001

; Created by Guy Thomas. Purpose to display the Build Number on the desktop.

The Body of a .reg File

The registry is huge. Consequently, one of the first lines in the .reg file is the path to the values you wish to merge. Observe the [square brackets] which enclose the path, for example:
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon]

One .reg file can contain multiple paths. For simplicity, I have truncated the exported .reg file (above) and not shown the second and third paths. If you try this export experiment you will see zillions of Group Policy settings underneath:
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon\GPExtensions]

A plain entry in the .reg file means a REG_SZ type of value, for example: “Shell”=”explorer.exe”. With hexadecimal entries, note the word dword to the right of the equals sign, for example: “passwordexpirywarning”=dword:0000000e. Incidentally, 0000000e in hex is 14 in decimal.

REG_DWORDS take only hexadecimal numbers, whereas REG_SZ are more flexible and take text or decimal numbers.

Deleting Registry Entries

The secret of deleting registry entries is to master the minus [-] sign. Earlier, I mentioned the phrase, ‘add keys and values’, strictly speaking, I should have used the word merge instead of add. The default behaviour is to keep all existing registry entries, and append the values in the .reg file. However, if the new value creates a conflict, the .reg setting wins.

If you want to delete an existing entry, then you need to master the minus sign. Here is an example,
to recap, we set DefaultPassword with:
“DefaultPassword”=”P££sw0rd”

To delete the value called DefaultPassword append equals and then minus, like this:
“DefaultPassword”=-

Note if you erroneously enclosed the minus sign in speech marks (“-“), then you would be setting the default password as equal to minus – probably not what you intended.
“DefaultPassword”=- (Correct)
“DefaultPassword”=”-” (Wrong)

Registry Types

By far the most common registry types are REG_SZ (String Value) and REG_DWORD (dword). However, to see the full list, call for regedit and right-click in the right pane, select New, and now you should see a list of all the possible registry types, see the screen shot to the right.

Key – Means, give me a new folder, or a new container object.
String Value – Text or numbers.
Binary Value (REG_RESOURCE_LIST) – Machine readable 1 and 0 used by drivers.
DWORD (32-bit) Value – Hexadecimal value (not decimals).
QWORD (64-bit) Value – Hexadecimal, capable of even bigger numbers.
Multi-String (REG_EXPAND_SZ). String values separated by commas or spaces.
Expandable String Value – Expandable in the sense that they can contain variables which are resolved when a program calls for this data.
How to Create a .Reg File with Notepad

When you need to create your own .reg file, it is probably easiest to start with an existing file and modify its settings. One way to obtain such a file would be to export a branch of the registry using regedit. While it is easy to build your own .reg file, here is a reminder of a few simple syntax rules.

At the top, the file needs the name of the registry editor, for example:
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

Next comes a blank line. Then follows the path enclosed in [square brackets]

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon]

Once we have defined the folder in the registry that we wish to amend, then we can specify the values, for example:

“DefaultUserName”=”Guyt”
“DefaultPassword”=”P££sw0rd”
“DefaultDomainName”=”cp”

Here is the completed .reg file as seen in notepad. As you save, remember the .reg file extension, for example Auto.reg.

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon]
“DefaultUserName”=”Guyt”
“DefaultPassword”=”P££sw0rd”
“DefaultDomainName”=”cp”

Observe the rhythm of the REG_SZ syntax, “ValueName” = “string”. Obey the rules of the quotes, “Matching open and closing” speech marks. In the case of hex numbers, known as REG_DWORD, precede the final value with dword: and don’t use speech marks for the right side of the equals sign, for example:

“ShutdownFlags”=dword:00000027 (Correct)
“ShutdownFlags”=”dword:00000027” (“Wrong”)
@ At symbol

As you get more experienced with .reg examples, you may discover the @. Since the @ is found on the first line of the code proper, this is a clue that it means the default setting. Thus rather than saying
Default=”xmlfile”
The .reg file uses: @=”xmlfile”
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\.xml]
@=”xmlfile”
“Content Type”=”text/xml”
“PerceivedType”=”text”

[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\.xml\PersistentHandler]
@=”{7E9D8D44-6926-426F-AA2B-217A819A5CCE}”

First pay bill

I had to make my first pay bill at BAC, Rhenock for the month of March 09.
Name and then posted as Accountant vide Oo 16/fin/adm/ssas dated 24/2/09 under Assistant Director, HRDD.
Date of joinin 02/03/03 so the salary was calculated for 30 days out of 31.
CPF No 2009-32-01442
Basic pay 4355
Dearness Pay 2178 . . Half of basic pay
DP total 6533.
Allowances
SBCA 653 . . 10% of dp
HRA 980 . . 15% of dp
DA 3528 . . 53% of dp
total 5161

sum total 11694
Deduction
cpf 1006 . . 10% of bp + dp + da
gis 10
So the net payable amount becomes Rs 10,678.00
So i have lost 5k :( :( :(