Facebook Problem in Firefox

In the past few days I had problem with facebook display in my Firefox. The top and the bottom bars were become transparent. The content of the facebook could be seen through those bars. Looks like it has problem with it’s Javascript. Both of my Linux and Windows system had this problem.

In the first day I thought the problem was because a problem in Facebook. After a few days I noticed that some of my friends didn’t have problem with Facebook, even though I didn’t know what browser that they used.

Yesterday I fixed the problem. Looks like it because the offline website data in my notebook cause the problem. Yesterday I cleared all the caches, cookies, and offline website data, and then my facebook’s look backs to normal.

Screenshot-Clear Private Data

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Articles Collection of Feb’09

These are the collection of useful articles about Linux/Open source, that I collected in Feb 2009:

  1. 10 Songbird add-ons for a better audio player
  2. 12 of the best games for your Linux netbook
  3. Linux layout for Windows users
  4. 6 Free Blogging Clients for Linux Users
  5. How To Create A Great Window Maker Desktop
  6. Installing Windows XP As A KVM Guest On Ubuntu 8.10 Desktop
  7. 17 Awesome Linux Applicaitons to Improve your Productivity
  8. 10 free RAW image tools for Linux
  9. Free and Open Source Finance/Accounting Software for Linux
  10. A Unix Utility You Should Know About: Netcat
  11. Automate Tasks With Cron
  12. The Perfect Server – Debian Lenny (Debian 5.0) [ISPConfig 2]
  13. 25 Tutorials To Get You Started With Blender
  14. Easy Steps to Rip a DVD to ISO in Ubuntu 8.10
  15. Setting up UNIX file systems
  16. 10 iptables rules to help secure your Linux box
  17. How to Kill a Running Process in Ubuntu (or any Linux distro)
  18. Use netstat to See Internet Connections
  19. Connecting to Windows servers from GNU/Linux using pyNeighborhood
  20. Linux forensics – Part 1: Helix
  21. Linux forensics – Part 2: Protech
  22. Disable GNOME Automounting
  23. Eye Candy: Pimping the Gnome Desktop on Ubuntu
  24. Fictional Air Combat 0.1.3
  25. The Beginner’s Guide to Linux, Part 1: Finding the Right Distribution
  26. 15 Essential Ubuntu Productivity Apps
  27. The Adventures of Rick Rocket released for Linux!
  28. Giving kids a fresh start with Qimo Linux
  29. Things You Need To Know To Become An Apt Guru
  30. 8 Beautiful Themes For Enlightenment WM
  31. Basic Linux Security for Beginners
  32. Installing A “Full” Linux Distro On A USB Stick [How-To]
  33. Prevent Firefox from Hogging Memory When Minimized

Articles Collection of Apr’08

These are the collection of useful articles about Linux/Open source, that I collected in April 2008:

  1. Linux Applications You Must Be Familiar With If You Plan on Landing a Linux Job
  2. Linux Got Game: Nexuiz 2.4 Review
  3. VirtualBox Exploit – How to Share your USB key between Ubuntu and Windows
  4. How To Restore Grub In Ubuntu
  5. Top Linux BitTorrent Clients For Ubuntu
  6. AstroMenace 1.2 – Real Gaming in Linux
  7. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Linux Users
  8. 20 Linux Articles You Absolutely Must Read

Map Windows Drive in Ubuntu

Today when I was going to copy my data into my library drive (FAT32), I noticed that my Ubuntu didn’t map it. So, I was thinking about the “/etc/fstab”. I opened the file, and yes, all of my Windows drive was not mapped in the “fstab”. I tried to add it manually with my own knowledge, but after restart it didn’t work. The drive still was not mapped.

And then, I googled in Ubuntu website, and I found these:

After read these websites I install “ntfs-config” and then I chose the drives that I wanted to map. After that, I added:

/dev/sda7 /media/LIBRARY vfat defaults,user,exec,uid=1000,gid=100,umask=000 0 0

into the “/etc/fstab”.

I also noticed to apply the “fstab”, I don’t need to restart my computer, but just run:

sudo mount -a

in the terminal.

After I did those steps, at last my Ubuntu can read my Windows drive…

I’m really grateful for those who contribute their knowledge in the internet. I hope I can do the same… 🙂