[Linux] Build File Server with Samba

Samba_LogoIn computing, a file server is a computer attached to a network that has the primary purpose of providing a location for shared disk access, i.e. shared storage of computer files (such as documents, sound files, photographs, movies, images, databases, etc.) that can be accessed by the workstations that are attached to the same computer network. The term server highlights the role of the machine in the client–server scheme, where the clients are the workstations using the storage. A file server is not intended to perform computational tasks, and does not run programs on behalf of its clients. It is designed primarily to enable the storage and retrieval of data while the computation is carried out by the workstations. Continue reading

[Windows] Manage user from command prompt

netuserTo add a new user, or manage an existed user, you can do it in Control Panel – User and Accounts. But, you can also do it from command prompt. Make sure that you’ve Administrator privilege (Run as Administrator). Here we go : Continue reading

[Windows] Basic file management commands using command prompt

Command-Prompt-iconTodays, people do file management easily using Windows Explorer. But, do you know, you can do these task using command line ( line of command to perform a task). It was used in DOS Operating System (most using Windows nowdays). So, let’s begin.

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Information Systems International Conference (ISICO) 2015

The 3rd Information Systems International Conference (ISICO) is a biannual conference in Information Systems held by The department of Information Systems, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (ITS) and The Association of Information Systems (AIS) Indonesia Chapter. The refereed conference has been dedicated to the advancement to the theory and practices in Information Systems.

The ISICO 2015 invites submission of full paper, short paper, and poster from recent research endeavor in the field of information systems. Maximum pages of full paper are 8 and all full papers will be published under Procedia Computer Science, Elsevier (Scopus Indexed). Maximum pages of short paper are 6 and all short papers will be published in ISICO proceeding. Both short papers and posters will be also published in the Open Access Journal of Information Systems (OAJIS). For more detailed topics Continue reading