Archive for the ‘IT Anak Rumahan’

How to Run Windows Program on Linux Using Wine

Monday 12 May 2014 | post a comment

Since many Windows operating system (OS) program doesn’t always available on Linux, many users afraid to fully migrate into new OS such Linux.

But you don’t have a worry. There’s a team developer who create a program which can emulate Windows program so it can run on Linux.

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Disable Search History by Google

Monday 20 January 2014 | post a comment

If you log in into your Google account, any activity on the web will be recorded. That include, what you search on the internet using Google search engine.

The data which Google track is, the keyword do you use, the website you visit based on your search term, and how many time you visit those sites.

Google Search History

Well this is sucks, but Google give us an option to turn off the search tracking facilities. I don’t know if they are still tracking us or not, but at least this feature can blocked someone from tracking you (as preventive action if your account has been compromised).

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Enabling IPv6 on Debian Machine (via Tunnel)

Tuesday 31 December 2013 | post a comment

I really don’t care about IPv6 since the current technology doesn’t obstruct me from my online activity. But since my account were approved for free VPS by, it seems I have to use IPv6 connectivity.

After “Googling on Bing”, I finaly found that there’s a simple method to enable IPv6 on my Debian machine via tunnel. All I have to do is install a small program, which call Miredo. This is the simple method to enabling IPv6.

test IPv6

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Modern, but Still Classic Thinking

Monday 22 July 2013 | post a comment

I don’t understand about the way of thinking of Indonesian press sites. Every time I read their news, specially about ICT, I often see they citing from a website without giving a link into it.


Hello, you are using a digital media. And there’s a technology which called “links” and can be used to give a source to a site where you citing on it. Why you only mention the site name?

Yes you are using online platform as a media, but your way of thinking still kinda traditional. Perhaps, you meant about it?

Upgrade Your Gingerbread Android to Jelly Bean

Thursday 13 June 2013 | post a comment

Some handset provider give an update to their customer with the latest software. Just do some few click, downloading the update, and finally install it. But, not all handset provider giving update to their users.

Even worst, handset provider it’s also don’t provide any driver for their handset hardware. Meanwhile, upgrading into the latest version sometimes mean using new kernel.


If your vendor didn’t give firmware driver for the latest kernel, that mean your handset has been abandoned. It’s because, your hardware can’t function well (or even not work) in new kernel.
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