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Default TTL (Time To Live) Values of Different OS

TTL (Time To Live) is a timer value included in packets sent over networks that tells the recipient how long to hold or use the packet before discarding and expiring the data (packet). TTL values are different for different Operating Systems. So, you can determine the OS based on the TTL value. You can get the TTL value by pinging an address. Here is the output got by pinging “” on my system :


Open : An Open Source Social Network Is Released

I’m excited to announce that Open, the Open Source Social Network initiated by me is released. Actually it has been released on December 1st, but was undergoing many bug fixes and was making it smooth on the WWW. You can access Open @ If you would like to contribute to this project, there are a few ways : Report Bugs, Issues & Suggestions ( Fix errors on Source Code (https://github.


Open : An Open Source Social Network

I decided to create a new social network. I already created 3 social networks, 2 is under project and one another was online. Among the 2 under going projects is Open which I decided to make it Open Source. Hence the name, Open. It is currently available for subscribing @ which will soon be completely online. I didn’t had the time to work on it because of the Bundles of school projects (GOD!


Setting up Google DNS in Ubuntu

Google‘s DNS service is spreading rapidly. It’s time for you to use it. I used it and noticed some great speed changes even though my internet is just a dial up connection. Here is how to set up Google‘s DNS on your Ubuntu Linux. Open Network Settings (network-admin) by going to System - Preferences - Network Connections. Go to your default net connection and click on Edit button. You will get a window like below :





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