Enjoy your network! Fing – the ultimate tool for network scan and analysis – is now available also for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch!
Fast and accurate, Fing discovers all the devices that are connected to your network, with a 100% coverage in any ethernet-based network.
Just connect to a Wi-Fi, and you get a clean and easy report in a few seconds.
With its simple and polished User Interface, it’s the perfect tool for the IT professional as well as for the casual user. Fing is free of charge, supports an unlimited number of devices and networks you can scan, and it’s Ads-free. What more can you ask for?
Highlight of features:
+ Discovers all devices connected to a Wi-Fi network. No limitation!
+ Displays the MAC Address and up-to-date Vendor names.
+ Customize names, icons and notes.
+ Wake On LAN. Switch on your cable-connected devices.
+ History of all discovered networks. You can review and edit your past scans at any time, also offline.
+ Checks the availability of Internet connection, reporting the geographic location of the ISP (Internet Service Provider).
+ Share a detailed report of any scan via email
+ Search devices by IP, MAC, Name, Vendor and Notes
+ In-app settings
+ Scans the open ports to find available services. It uses a fast engine that supports hundreds of well-known ports, that you can customize with your own
+ Translates IP addresses to its Domain Names, and reverse
+ Works also with hosts outside your local network
+ Tracks when a device has gone UP or DOWN, keeping disconnected devices in the list.
+ Discovers NetBIOS names.
+ Supports identification by IP address. Allows to customize nodes hidden behind a network switch.
+ Can sort devices by IP, MAC, Name, Vendor, State, Last Change.
+ Free of charge, Free of Ads
+ Integrates with Fingbox to sync and backup your customizations, merge networks with multiple access points, monitor remote networks via Fingbox Sentinels, get notifications of changes, and much more.
Fing is born from the ashes of the famous Look@LAN, with a brand-new engine that makes it even faster and smarter! Available also for Windows, Mac OS X, Linux and more platforms!
Now, FireFox has four release channel , That called Nightly, Aurora, Beta and Stable channel.There are offcial Ubuntu PPA for these firefox channel.
FireFox Stable PPA:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mozillateam/firefox-stable
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade
FireFox Aurora PPA:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-mozilla-daily/firefox-aurora
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade
FireFox Nightly PPA
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-mozilla-daily/ppa
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install firefox-trunk
FireFox Beta PPA
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mozillateam/firefox-next
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade
A few day ago, Google released their new social networking server that called Google+. I very like it ,So I created two wallpapers for it , You can download at below.
PS: If you not have Google Plus account, Please leave your email address in comment. I will to send you.
Size: 1920×1200 (click to download)
Size: 1920×1200 (click to download)
The popular Orta GTK+ theme has been updated with new tab styles, formal global menu support, improved Metacity buttons and other miscellaneous changes.
Changes listed on the projects’ DeviantArt page include: -
New metacity, emerald and Xfwm decorators
- Two new tab styles
- New ‘widest size’ for scrollbars
- pcmanfm specific theming
- gnome-terminal theming
Also present are numerous bug fixes which, amongst others, solve reported issues with Banshee, GNOME Calculator and the Ubiquity installer.
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New Twitter DEMO Video
There is no need of a graphical utility to take the screen shot of your desktop, no need to wonder how.. Lets try it with your terminal. Terminal is a powertool and solution to all the problems in linux
The advantage of using commandline tool is that if you need to take a screenshot in an environment, where you cannot run a graphical screenshot utility prefer this method.
1. Take a Screenshot from an X Terminal
Take the gnome terminal and type in as follows
$ sleep 5; import -window root screen.png
The sleep command delays the process for five seconds before the screenshot is taken. This is the time to minimize windows, expand menus, or make other necessary adjustments before the screenshot is taken. By changing the sleep value you can control the delay before the screenshot is taken.
The import utility that is part of the ImageMagick suite of tools to take a screenshot of the entire window and name the image screen.png. If you want to grab a particular part of the screen, you also can use the -crop option to grab that specific area
$import -crop 500×400
And if you run import without -window your cursor will change to a crosshair, which you can drag over the area you want to capture. PNG is a recommended screenshot format, but ImageMagick supports a range of different formats, so you can use what you need. Type as below to see the man page to know more about import.
$ man import
2. Take a Screenshot from a Command-Line Terminal
If you need to take a screenshot from a command-line console while X is running elsewhere on the system, adjust the command line and add a few additional features to it. This method is commonly used when you need a screenshot of an installation routine or a program running on an embedded device.To do this, first access the shell that runs behind the installer by pressing Ctrl-Alt-F3.This terminal is called tty3. It provides you with a simple shell in which you can run the commands to grab the shot.
Before you can run the command to grab the shot, find out the display number of the running X server. Every X server has a unique display number that is mapped to the particular user who is using X. You can find this by typing in the terminal as follows
$ echo $DISPLAY
Let your display number returns :0.0, Then the command to grab the screenshot is:
$ chvt 7; sleep 5; import -window root screen.png -display :0.0 ; chvt 3
Three actions will take place following to this,
process of switching to the X terminal
grabbing the screenshot
switching back to your current command-line terminal.
The first command (chvt 7) switches to the X terminal say gnome (usually the 7th terminal is the X), and then the second command (sleep 5) pauses the process for two seconds to switch to the 7th terminal. Then the import command is used to grab the root window on display :0.0 and save the shot as screen.png. Finally, the terminal is switched back to terminal 2 (chvt 2).
You can change the virtual terminal by changing the number after the chvt.
When I saw that reader SciFi Jerry had popped a link to a CoverGloobus theme into the OMG! inbox my first thought was “I’ve only just posted a CoverGloobus theme, I’ll have to old this back for a few days.”
And then I looked at it.
Created by ~Orsobasso over on Deviant Art it’s a wonderfully good-looking addition to the pantheon of CoverGloobus themes and certainly a candidate – if you’re reading Jordi – for being bundled up with the coverart app by default.
Fawning over, here’s the download link. Install instructions can found tucked neatly inside.
The battle of the super-light launchers rocks on as the latest release of Alawalk 0.4 struts out into download land.
Alawalk is an incredibly useful tool – see here for our comprehensive rundown of what it can do.
There are features and fixes aplenty in this release, including: -
- Code cleanup
- Tells amount of plugins at start up.
- Windows now use default dimensions.
- Uses xterm instead of x-terminal-emulator
- Most plugins use longer names now, but they will still accept the original names.
- Alawalk can now accept arguments.
- New plug-ins include: -
- All-in-one extractor plugin
- Random Man Page viewer
- Command Line Fu searcher
Currently accepted arguments are ‘-t’ to use current directory as root and ‘-h’ for help.
Terminology is a great new dictionary + thesaurus + lots more app that’s coming to the iPhone next week. It was originally released as an iPad only app. I reviewed that version recently, and was hugely impressed by it.
I’ve also had a sneak peek at the new iPhone version that will be released next week, and it looks great too.
Read the rest of Coming Soon: Terminology App for the iPhone
Here’s some more iPhone app sales goodness to celebrate this Back to School period of the year. Sega has got the vast majority of their iPhone games on sale – with some major price cuts to some very notable titles.
If there’s one thing SEGA endorses, it’s getting a good education — that, and playing excellent games for dirt-cheap prices on your iPhone. These are just some of the philosophies that make a good games company great.
So, to celebrate the coming of Fall and start of another School Year, we are having a special sale: starting August 26th and lasting until September 1st, tons of great SEGA iPhone games will be dropping dramatically in price!
Read the rest of Back to School Sales – Big Price Drops for Tons of Sega iPhone Games
QuickCal Mobile, which is simply based on the Mac widget of the same name (and by the same developer, @Boutcher), will take whatever text you type and turn it into relevant event information (see the screenshot above). It can take a little bit to get used to, but it’s actually much faster and more efficient than filling out location, time, and date fields manually.
Read the rest of Quick Look: QuickCal Mobile for iPhone
This soon-to-be-released new app from Redbot Software looks good to me. It’s called Time Lapse Photo Journal and it seems quite a cool idea to me. It feels like one that should’ve been done already for the iPhone, and maybe there are other apps around that do this same thing and I’ve just missed out on spotting them.
In any case, it’s one I’ll want to take a look at – and I find it especially appealing since a new school year has just kicked off here in Austin and I think my wife and I can make great use of this tracking our daughter’s second grade year.
Read the rest of Coming Soon: Time Lapse Photo Journal for iPhone
Image Source: phpcow.com
Just a quick heads-up for all you lovely weekend readers. We are planning to do some site maintenance tomorrow (Sunday 8/29). As always, we will do out utmost to ensure that there is minimal downtime and disruption, but you may see some periods where there is a little interruption to service, so to speak.
We’ll also be lighter on new articles tomorrow than usual.
The good news is that this maintenance work is laying the groundwork for some very exciting and positive changes for the site. These will be unveiled next week, and I’m looking forward to telling you more about those soon. Stay tuned – and in the meantime hope you’re all having great summer weekends.
Celebrating the new version, Photogene is now offered at 50% discount. Just $0.99 instead of the regular $1.99. This offer stands until 1/Sep.
Cool. Photogene is one of the most capable and popular image manipulation apps for the iPhone – so it’s nice to see a sale where you can grab it for 50% off.
Read the rest of Photogene for iPhone Price Drop – 50% Off Until September 1
It shameless self-publicity time folks!
Actually, it’s been a while since we last featured anything CoverGloobus related. This is partly because, right now, work on adding time-slider and volume support (amongst other things) is going on. Whilst you wait here’s a skin I made in a fit of boredom.
Faenza fans on the hunt for a square-y skin for their musical sleeves might like it.
I took a Faenza icon and turned it into a CoverGloobus skin for no other reason than ‘why not?’. The result is ‘faenzaoobus’ and I like it. It is a mite large (250×250) but on my desktop it doesn’t look that large. The theme uses .svg’s so you can edit the size yourself in the skin.xml and it will remain looking okay.
Download & Installation
Download @ http://d0od.deviantart.com/#/d2xayne
Install by extracting the archive and moving the ‘faenzaoobus’ folder to the themes folder within the hidden ‘CoverGloobus’ folder in your Home folder.
Get there quickly: -
- nautilus ~/.CoverGloobus/themes
WiFi sync has been near the top of my iPhone wish list for quite a while. It is actually available now if you are jailbroken, via the Wi-Fi Sync jailbreak app – which has always worked well for me whenever I’m jailbroken.
Now there are rumors that Apple may be about to announce their own WiFi sync solution for iDevices at next Wednesday’s special event.
Sources close to All Things Digital say they may be doing just that at next week’s ’special event’ where it’s expected a new range of iPod Touches will be announced. The reasoning behind this is that a new A4-processor inside an iPhone 4-like iPod Touch would see the requisite amount of data encyption across the entire range, something Apple’s licensing requires.
If we were allowed to cast our votes for changes we’d like to see announced next week, this one would definitely get mine. How about you?
Via: iPhone Freak
Now here is an unusual case design. The Little Black Book looks just like a Moleskine notebook, but with an iPhone 4-shaped hole where the pages would be. Now I don’t own an iPhone 4 myself, but I did requisition one for an afternoon for a little bit of testing and picture taking.
Overall, I think this form factor works beautifully for iPads, but the Pad and Quill design is of questionable utility when fitted for the iPhone.
Read the rest of Pad and Quill Little Black Book for iPhone 4
Just half a day after I had finished complaining about the lack of sound effects in Epic Win ($2.99), I end up finding an App Store update that adds sound effects to Epic Win. D’oh!
These new SFX make the app a lot more charming (you can now hear the wind blowing as you watch your avatar looking stoically at the left side of the screen), but not necessarily more useful, if you don’t like the app already. I’m still hoping the developers beef up the RPG or the task manager side of Epic Win (preferably both) so I can go back to enjoying it as much as most every other website seems to.
Just because something is canned, doesn’t mean it’s Spam. You can can plenty of other things, too, like tomatoes or text messages. If you don’t have the time to dice tomatoes, get canned tomatoes. If you don’t have time to write texts on your touchscreen device, get Canned for iPhone ($0.99).
All you need to do is write out your canned texts once, select the possible recipients for the text (ex. Thomas -> Patrick “Where’s the home button again?”), and you’re all set. The next time you need to respond with some sort of template, launch Canned, tap on the relevant pre-written text, and then send.