Posts by Category

Archlinux

Why I started loving Archlinux

4 minute read

We like simplicity. We like everything new. It's been some years since I switched completely to GNU/Linux. I always wondered at its stability, security, feat...

C++

A simple square pattern in C++

less than 1 minute read

Here's a small C++ program which outputs a square pattern according to the size entered. Code is given below : [sourcecode language="cpp" light="true"] /* * ...

Configure Gmail in Mutt easily!

less than 1 minute read

It's always wonderful to play with terminal. Last week, I tried to configure my Gmail account in mutt, a powerful console based mail client, using this tutor...

Salt Analysis Simulator V1.0 - Released!

1 minute read

For the past few weeks, I have been coding to bring out a program to do salt analysis lab work virtually. We have salt Analysis as a part of plus two academi...

C++ Program to tweet

less than 1 minute read

It's very interesting to play with C++ and if it is in GNU/Linux, lots of tools like 'wget', 'grep',etc. are there to help us in time. Here is a simple C++ s...

Easy Clarity - Connect Easily!

less than 1 minute read

'Disconnection' is a routine process in dial up internet. Here is an C++ snippet which dials BSNL WLL Clarity without asking for password again and again. It...

e-FLAMES Beta now in GNU/Linux :)

1 minute read

Hello friends, I'm glad to present the Beta version of e-FLAMES for GNU/Linux before you. Thanks to Jesse, for his valuable header file with  getch() functio...

Clarity

Easy Clarity - Connect Easily!

less than 1 minute read

'Disconnection' is a routine process in dial up internet. Here is an C++ snippet which dials BSNL WLL Clarity without asking for password again and again. It...

Debian

Setting up a Debian repo in LAN

1 minute read

It was really a nice experience going to MES College Of Engineering, Kuttippuram last week to attend Debian Mini Conf 2011. Met friends, made new friendships...

Experiments

Anagram Solver in C

less than 1 minute read

Hi, Here's a small anagram solver written in C. It works based on generating permutations of given string and comparing them using a dictionary. For fast sea...

A small and simple note taking app

less than 1 minute read

Wrote a small python script that can be used with your favorite text editor as a simple note taking application. Hope you like it, suggestions are always wel...

C program to extract email IDs from a file

less than 1 minute read

Here's a small program to extract email IDs from an input file. It could have done using regex (in Python or  in any other high level language), but doing it...

Setting up a Debian repo in LAN

1 minute read

It was really a nice experience going to MES College Of Engineering, Kuttippuram last week to attend Debian Mini Conf 2011. Met friends, made new friendships...

A sudoku checking program in C :)

1 minute read

It just started when my younger bro, Shafeeq who reads hacker news everyday, found a little interesting blog post. It was about the authors experience in app...

The little twitter client I use :)

less than 1 minute read

Here's a small python script to update and read tweets from different timelines. You can use it with head/tail commands to customize the output. Actually, I...

Python Script to backup tweets

1 minute read

It was some conversations in Twitter with @aashiks and @geohacker that made me write this script. The conversation goes like this: geohacker : What is the b...

Connect TATA Docomo Internet in Ubuntu 9.04

less than 1 minute read

It's wonderful to see people browsing in their mobile phones at work places and while they travel. Many Telecom companies provide cheap GPRS / EDGE based int...

The pleasure of solving!

1 minute read

It's been a quite long since I blogged something :) May be a writer's block* (*acronym for pure laziness,here);) Well, Last Saturday, I went to dxmk9 program...

C++ Program to tweet

less than 1 minute read

It's very interesting to play with C++ and if it is in GNU/Linux, lots of tools like 'wget', 'grep',etc. are there to help us in time. Here is a simple C++ s...

Easy Clarity - Connect Easily!

less than 1 minute read

'Disconnection' is a routine process in dial up internet. Here is an C++ snippet which dials BSNL WLL Clarity without asking for password again and again. It...

How to connect BSNL Clarity in ubuntu 9.04 ?

less than 1 minute read

Though we have many tools to connect BSNL Clarity in Linux Systems, unfortunately they don't work in ubuntu 9.04 and in other lastest OS'. Here, i will expla...

Checknet V1.0 Alpha (GNU/Linux only)

less than 1 minute read

Checknet is an application developed for slow Internet connection(especially Dial-up) users who likes to turn off monitor while downloading some files from t...

GSoC 2013

GSoC 2013: Week 10 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

Last week I've been working on admin review feature to incorporate the new changes happened in the user end. With the addition of in-place editing feature, ...

GSoC 2013: Week 9 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

In Week 9, I rewrote the complete crowdsourcing functionality of Grandham from a submission based approach to micro-edits based approach. Earlier we used to ...

GSoC 2013: Week 8 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

Last weekly I mainly worked on Search feature and admin interfaces. Here's a quick review: Experimented with various search engines like Sphinx, Ferret, etc...

GSoC 2013: Week 7 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

I couldn't post the weekly updates regularly for the last two times since I was kept more busy than I had expected and the festive holiday that came in betwe...

GSoC 2013: Week 6 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

This week I've been mostly fixing bugs, refactoring code and building admin features. Grandham has built in checks to avoid duplication in Authors/Publishers...

GSoC 2013: Week 5 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

Last week, I implemented different parts of the application including the basics of user authorization. Also did a work on refactoring the code base, our tes...

GSoC 2013: Week 4 of Grandham project

1 minute read

Last week, I worked on edit book feature and design mockups. Edit book feature As you know from previous posts, we have Submission model to store every contr...

GSoC 2013: Week 3 of Grandham project

1 minute read

In Week 3, I was mostly designing routes and developing the submission interface for Grandham. Submission Interface Grandham should have two interfaces for ...

GSoC 2013: Week 2 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

Week 2 of Grandham was filled with more architecture decisions and implementations. Solving the versioning problem It's quite essential to store different us...

GSoC 2013: Week 1 of Grandham project

1 minute read

The first week of development which started on 17th of June essentially comprises requirement analysis, planning and API implementation. Requirement Analysis...

GSoC 2013: Updates on Grandham project

1 minute read

A couple of weeks before, We (Anivar, Manoj and me) had a meetup with Sri K. H. Hussain who is a pioneer in library science. He has worked in many projects i...

Hello Google Summer of Code 2013

less than 1 minute read

This summer I'm contributing to Swathanthra Malayalam Computing through Google Summer of Code 2013 by developing an application called Grandham, a bibliograp...

Grandham

GSoC 2013: Week 10 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

Last week I've been working on admin review feature to incorporate the new changes happened in the user end. With the addition of in-place editing feature, ...

GSoC 2013: Week 8 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

Last weekly I mainly worked on Search feature and admin interfaces. Here's a quick review: Experimented with various search engines like Sphinx, Ferret, etc...

GSoC 2013: Week 7 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

I couldn't post the weekly updates regularly for the last two times since I was kept more busy than I had expected and the festive holiday that came in betwe...

GSoC 2013: Week 6 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

This week I've been mostly fixing bugs, refactoring code and building admin features. Grandham has built in checks to avoid duplication in Authors/Publishers...

GSoC 2013: Week 5 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

Last week, I implemented different parts of the application including the basics of user authorization. Also did a work on refactoring the code base, our tes...

GSoC 2013: Week 4 of Grandham project

1 minute read

Last week, I worked on edit book feature and design mockups. Edit book feature As you know from previous posts, we have Submission model to store every contr...

GSoC 2013: Week 1 of Grandham project

1 minute read

The first week of development which started on 17th of June essentially comprises requirement analysis, planning and API implementation. Requirement Analysis...

GSoC 2013: Updates on Grandham project

1 minute read

A couple of weeks before, We (Anivar, Manoj and me) had a meetup with Sri K. H. Hussain who is a pioneer in library science. He has worked in many projects i...

Hello Google Summer of Code 2013

less than 1 minute read

This summer I'm contributing to Swathanthra Malayalam Computing through Google Summer of Code 2013 by developing an application called Grandham, a bibliograp...

Ruby on Rails

Install RMagick 2.13.2 in macOS Sierra

less than 1 minute read

Homebrew is usually pretty good at installing ImageMagick and I was wondering why it threw the following error when I tried to configure an old Rails project...

GSoC 2013: Week 10 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

Last week I've been working on admin review feature to incorporate the new changes happened in the user end. With the addition of in-place editing feature, ...

GSoC 2013: Week 9 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

In Week 9, I rewrote the complete crowdsourcing functionality of Grandham from a submission based approach to micro-edits based approach. Earlier we used to ...

GSoC 2013: Week 8 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

Last weekly I mainly worked on Search feature and admin interfaces. Here's a quick review: Experimented with various search engines like Sphinx, Ferret, etc...

GSoC 2013: Week 7 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

I couldn't post the weekly updates regularly for the last two times since I was kept more busy than I had expected and the festive holiday that came in betwe...

GSoC 2013: Week 6 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

This week I've been mostly fixing bugs, refactoring code and building admin features. Grandham has built in checks to avoid duplication in Authors/Publishers...

GSoC 2013: Week 5 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

Last week, I implemented different parts of the application including the basics of user authorization. Also did a work on refactoring the code base, our tes...

GSoC 2013: Week 4 of Grandham project

1 minute read

Last week, I worked on edit book feature and design mockups. Edit book feature As you know from previous posts, we have Submission model to store every contr...

GSoC 2013: Week 3 of Grandham project

1 minute read

In Week 3, I was mostly designing routes and developing the submission interface for Grandham. Submission Interface Grandham should have two interfaces for ...

GSoC 2013: Week 2 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

Week 2 of Grandham was filled with more architecture decisions and implementations. Solving the versioning problem It's quite essential to store different us...

GSoC 2013: Week 1 of Grandham project

1 minute read

The first week of development which started on 17th of June essentially comprises requirement analysis, planning and API implementation. Requirement Analysis...

GSoC 2013: Updates on Grandham project

1 minute read

A couple of weeks before, We (Anivar, Manoj and me) had a meetup with Sri K. H. Hussain who is a pioneer in library science. He has worked in many projects i...

Software

GSoC 2013: Week 9 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

In Week 9, I rewrote the complete crowdsourcing functionality of Grandham from a submission based approach to micro-edits based approach. Earlier we used to ...

GSoC 2013: Week 8 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

Last weekly I mainly worked on Search feature and admin interfaces. Here's a quick review: Experimented with various search engines like Sphinx, Ferret, etc...

GSoC 2013: Week 7 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

I couldn't post the weekly updates regularly for the last two times since I was kept more busy than I had expected and the festive holiday that came in betwe...

GSoC 2013: Week 6 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

This week I've been mostly fixing bugs, refactoring code and building admin features. Grandham has built in checks to avoid duplication in Authors/Publishers...

GSoC 2013: Week 5 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

Last week, I implemented different parts of the application including the basics of user authorization. Also did a work on refactoring the code base, our tes...

GSoC 2013: Week 4 of Grandham project

1 minute read

Last week, I worked on edit book feature and design mockups. Edit book feature As you know from previous posts, we have Submission model to store every contr...

GSoC 2013: Week 3 of Grandham project

1 minute read

In Week 3, I was mostly designing routes and developing the submission interface for Grandham. Submission Interface Grandham should have two interfaces for ...

GSoC 2013: Week 2 of Grandham project

less than 1 minute read

Week 2 of Grandham was filled with more architecture decisions and implementations. Solving the versioning problem It's quite essential to store different us...

GSoC 2013: Week 1 of Grandham project

1 minute read

The first week of development which started on 17th of June essentially comprises requirement analysis, planning and API implementation. Requirement Analysis...

GSoC 2013: Updates on Grandham project

1 minute read

A couple of weeks before, We (Anivar, Manoj and me) had a meetup with Sri K. H. Hussain who is a pioneer in library science. He has worked in many projects i...

TalentSpace

Talks

python

A small and simple note taking app

less than 1 minute read

Wrote a small python script that can be used with your favorite text editor as a simple note taking application. Hope you like it, suggestions are always wel...

The little twitter client I use :)

less than 1 minute read

Here's a small python script to update and read tweets from different timelines. You can use it with head/tail commands to customize the output. Actually, I...

Python Script to backup tweets

1 minute read

It was some conversations in Twitter with @aashiks and @geohacker that made me write this script. The conversation goes like this: geohacker : What is the b...