Senin, 02 Januari 2012

Menjalankan Aplikasi Windows di Ubuntu dengan Wine

Wine Is Not an Emulator. Wine adalah implementasi Open Source dari Windows API yang bekerja di atas X dan Unix. Kita dapat membayangkan Wine sebagai compatibility layer untuk menjalankan program Windows. Wine tidak membutuhkan Microsoft Windows, Wine adalah implementasi alternatif yang bebas dari Windows API terdiri atas 100% kode yang bukan berasal dari Microsoft, akan tetapi Wine dapat memilih untuk menggunakan Windows DLLs jika ini tersedia.
Dengan kata lain, Wine dapat membuat kita menjalankan aplikasi Windows di Linux.
Versi Ubuntu saya adalah Ubuntu 7.10 yang kebetulan tidak terkoneksi ke Internet. Seperti biasa, saya harus mendownload packages Wine yg saya butuhkan satu-persatu. Packages-packages yang saya butuhkan adalah:
1. binfmt-support_1.2.10_all.deb
2. linux-libc-dev_2.6.22-15.56_i386.deb
3. libc6-dev_2.6.1-1ubuntu9_i386.deb
4. winbind_3.0.26a-1ubuntu2.5_i386.deb
5. samba-common_3.0.26a-1ubuntu2.5_i386.deb
6. wine_1.0.0~winehq0~ubuntu~7.10-2_i386.deb
7. wine-dev_1.0.0~winehq0~ubuntu~7.10-2_i386.deb
Semuanya dapat ditemukan di
Trus instal manual satu persatu dengan urutan seperti diatas
root@noviyanto:/media/CRUZER# dpkg -i binfmt-support_1.2.10_all.deb
Kemudian setelah wine terinstall, wine dapat dijalankan melalui terminal (Applications > Accessories > Terminal). Setelah itu kita dapat menginstall/menjalankan program Windows dengan Wine

1. Siapkan berkas EXE, dalam hal ini saya coba menginstal WInamp
2. Arahkan terminal ke direktori dimana berkas exe berada dengan menggunakan perintah cd
root@noviyanto:/# cd media/disk/Software\ Mentahan/Program/Multimedia\ Tools/Winamp\ 5.22/
3. Gunakan perintah: wine nama-berkas.exe
root@noviyanto:/media/disk/Software Mentahan/Program/Multimedia Tools/Winamp 5.22# wine  winamp554_full_emusic-7plus_en-us.exe
 Di bawah ini adalah Screenshoot ketikaWinamp dengan sukses dijalankan di Ubuntu 7.10 saya

Kamis, 15 Desember 2011

Applications Backtrack On Ubuntu

You know Backtrack, Backtrack is a linux distro made ​​for Network Security.
For The hacker would know this.
I know that I backtrack from a video made ​​by jasakom watch.
then think how ya to use backtrack. while i memakain ubuntu.
After googling here and there and I found Quote backtrack applications can be installed diubuntu.

nah bagimana way, sedangankan we do not know what application wrote in backtrack distro.
and many blogs that give tips on how to install backtrack applications. tp list of the applications are not notified. okay go from beginner linux for sharing.

The first open a terminal and type this command:

     $ Sudo gedit / etc / apt / sources.list

nnt will appear repository of ubuntu
then add the following lines dipaling source that has been opened

     deb pwnsauce main restricted universe multiverse microverse macroverse

added and after the save. keterminal back and type the following command:

     $ Sudo wget-q| sudo apt-key add -

update repository

     $ Sudo apt-get update

okay this way you can install applications backtrack.
how to install the application using commnand:

     $ Sudo apt-get install 0trace

If you're confused what applications are dibacktrack you can see and install all the applications of sypnatic package manager
its way: System - Administration - sypnatic package manager
later will perform all applications from backtrack. kmu can mengistal any application.
okay good luck

This is the SS of Synaptic existing application list backtrack

Klik gambar untuk memperbesar

install software center in backtrack 5

quite complicated and sometimes confusing if we install it offline programs in linux but sometimes keribetan installation of complicated software that is sometimes also makes for a really exciting want to learn linux. but for who do not want to bother you can mengistall software center like the one on ubuntu because it's backtrack 5 is a derivative of ubuntu 10.04 or lucid.

with your software mengistall center
installation program you will rarely use the terminal because there is an easier way. must pass from the terminal. but to install the software you still need a center terminal.

The following software installation to center
root @ bt: # apt-get install software-center
press Y when there is a command

After this operation, 29.9MB of additional disk space will from be used. Do you want to continue [Y / n]?
wait until the installation is complete

and seilahkan you check in applications

BackTrack 5 Release

The BackTrack Dev team has worked furiously in the past months on BackTrack 5, code name “revolution”. Today, we are proud to release our work to the public, and then rest for a couple of weeks.

This new revision has been built from scratch, and boasts several major improvements over all our previous releases.
BackTrack 5 released

Based on Ubuntu Lucid LTS. Kernel 2.6.38, patched with all relevant wireless injection patches. Fully open source and GPL compliant. Head down to our downloads page to get your copy now!

We would like to take this opportunity to thank several key individuals who have helped make this release possible:
  • Offensive-Security who have played a major role in development and funding of our project.
  • Devon Kearns – A new member in our BackTrack team who single-handedly covered more packages than the whole team put together. At some stage we considered renaming the release to “dookie-track”.
  • Shadz – Master of the dragon and creator of the promo movie. Check him out at
  • Digip – Master of our website and dang good artist –
  • Elwood – For getting an awesome forensics environment up. Thanks!
  • Mister_X – For going through our wireless setup and making sure everything was sparkling.
  • Bolexxx – our torrent and download master. Your download is due to him.
I would also like to personally thank each member of the BackTrack Dev team for putting the effort required to make this great release. Stay tuned to our Forums and Wiki for updates, howtos and bug fixes for BackTrack 5. These resources will grow significantly in the next couple of weeks.

Head down to the downloads page and get your copy of BackTrack 5!

Jumat, 02 Desember 2011

How to create a directory through the terminal in Ubuntu

if you see the post title above, to be sure we fixed the ubuntu OS ... .. which I think gokil with the looks, gini little story, ..ngumpul same time yesterday Ukm child KLOSO (Open Source Linux community) here we learn how to create a directory or folder via terminal <<== terminal huh?we certainly kalo mbahas terminal directly fixed on public transportation stops, bus, or the like ... hehe ....but the question here is not that it melainkanTerminal on ubuntu, or that the Os pack de Cmd named Bill Gate ...

gini nih way ....The first open your terminal via:
Applications -> Accessories -> terminal.
after the terminal opens., ....
you try to type in:
@ miyabi miyabi-Compaq-Presario-cq41-Notebook-PC: ~ $ ls [tekanenter]
ls is a list, it is to browse dirktori / folder.
there you'll see the name - the name of the folder ... scattered.well how to do us in order to create a directory in a folder / directory?
typing the command cd "" accompanied by the name of the folder we will open the "cd here stands for change directory command.for entry into the folder we want ...
cd Documents
@ miyabi miyabi-Compaq-Presario-cq41-Notebook-PC: ~ $ cd Documents press Enter

@ miyabi miyabi-Compaq-Presario-cq41-Notebook-PC: ~ / Documents $ <- when it's like this means we've entered into the folder / Documents directory on our ubuntu ....
Here we use the command: mkdir <- if they say Osing have kepajangan Make the directory if already there such thing appears Make sure to build, .... equal to the last directory is the same as the folder. so essentially is a command mkdir to create directories for the directory, type the following command: (for example want to create a directory named ubuntu)
@ miyabi miyabi-Compaq-Presario-cq41-Notebook-PC: ~ / Documents $ mkdir ubuntu [press enter]
after the ENTER@ miyabi miyabi-Compaq-Presario-cq41-Notebook-PC: ~ / Documents $ (will appear again like this ...
gag not confused, and asked the newly created folder where peergi had not really exist?ajah sob quietly had it been there a command to view the contents of a folder, ....
langsungketik wrote: ls like the earlier one, ....
scattering its contents on ... surely there is not a directory there called ubuntu??if there is gratitude deh ya, like that pake cd command to go into that directory, .... ls to browse the directory ....and to delete the directory pake command:
rmdir <- Remove the directory, so if mkdir <- make directories to create, and rmdir to delete it ....

good luck ... ....

Changing the Default Boot in GRUB

Most computers on the market today comes with a hard-disk capacity is large enough. On the other hand, a growing number of Linux distributions in circulation by bringing the advantages and disadvantages of each. The existence of both factors, directly or not, can be "interesting" users to install two or more operating systems in a single computer with multiple boot termed normal. Whether it's needs, making a review, or just a fad a try. Fortunately, Linux provides an application called GRUB that can facilitate us in choosing what operating system will run when turning on the computer. Typically, immediately turn the GRUB default operating system after a certain duration if we do not make a choice. For example, if our default operating system is Ubuntu, the Ubuntu GRUB will automatically turn on if we do not specify the option when the GRUB menu appears. Sometimes it is, quite inconvenient especially when we're distracted concentration and forgetfulness on the keyboard to select another operating system (like Windows). Well, on this occasion I would like to share information on how to easily change the light default operating system in GRUB.

Changing the Default Boot in GRUB
As you can see in the picture above, in the GRUB menu are numbered in the order 0, 1, 2, 3, and so on. By default, GRUB will turn on the operating system in order to-0 if the user does not specify a choice. Please open the file "/ boot / grub / grub.cfg" with root permissions:view plainprint?

sudo gedit / boot / grub / grub.cfg
Consider writing set default = "0"!

Change the value of 0 (zero) with the serial number of the desired OS

Well, you need to do is change the number "0" into the serial number of the operating system you want, in this example, if you want to turn on the Windows operating system by default then change the number "0" to "4". Remember! The order of entries in GRUB starts counting from 0 (zero).

Do not forget to save the changes you have done, then restart the computer to feel the effect.Change the value of 0 (zero) with the serial number of the desired OSWell, you need to do is change the number "0" into the serial number of the operating system you want, in this example, if you want to turn on the Windows operating system by default then change the number "0" to "4". Remember! The order of entries in GRUB starts counting from 0 (zero).Do not forget to save the changes you have done, then restart the computer to feel the effect.