Archive for Apr 28, 2011

Vmware vSphere Pro Series Video Tutorials

Vmware vSphere Pro Series Video Tutorials

Vmware vSphere Pro Series Video Tutorials | 3.09GB | 2.98GB


This is advanced course for VCP.VMware's first cloud operating system. It is able to manage large pools of virtualized computing infrastructure, including software and hardware.The most demanding datacenters around the world depend on vSphere, virtualizing business critical applications with dynamic resource pools for unprecedented flexibility and reliability.

With vSphere and our virtualization & cloud management products, you can:

* Maximize efficiency and ensure service levels with capacity management >>
* Automate disaster recovery plans with disaster recovery management >>
* Ensure performance SLAs are met with performance management >>
* Get accurate costs for delivering IT services with cost reporting management >>

Reduce your capital and operating costs and increase control over IT infrastructures while preserving the flexibility to choose any OS, application and hardware with VMware vSphere.

* Let your IT staff shift their energies towards creating transformative business solutions instead of routine maintenance of hardware and software
* Get more from your existing IT assets and reduce capital expenses of the datacenter by up to 60%
* Significantly lower power, cooling and real estate needs and cut your energy costs by up to 80%
1. VMware Advanced Features
2. VMDirectPath
3. Paravirtual SCSI Adapters
4. pvSCSI Requirements and Limitations
5. How to Use pvSCSI
6. pvSCSI Tips and Best Practices
7. Virtual Machine Communication Interface
8. Requirements, Limitations and How to Use VMCI
9. VMCI Tips and Best Practices
10. Fault Tolerance
11. Fault Tolerance Requirements
12. Using the Site Survey Tool to Check Compatibility
13. Fault Tolerance Limitations
14. How to Use Fault Tolerance
15. Fault Tolerance Tips and Best Practices
16. Thin Provisioning
17. Viewing Disk Information in vSphere Client
18. Requirements, Limitations and How to Use Thin Provisioning
19. Thin Provisioning Tips and Best Practices
20. VMotion and Storage VMotion
21. How to Use VMotion
22. How to Use Enhanced VMotion Compatibility
23. How to Use Storage VMotion
24. VMotion Tips and Best Practices
25. EVC and Storage VMotion Tips and Best Practices
26. Distributed Power Management
27. DPM Requirements and Limitations
28. How to Use DPM
29. DPM Tips and Best Practices
30. Dynamic Voltage and Frequency Scaling
31. VMFS Volume Grow and Hot Extend Virtual Disks
32. VMware Site Recovery Manager 4
33. Virtualization for Disaster Recovery
34. Virtualization Enables Superior Disaster Recovery (DR)
35. Disaster Recovery Before VMware
36. VMware Simplifies Disaster Recovery
37. Site Recovery Manager (SRM) Automates DR
38. SRM High Level Architecture and Introduction
39. Preparing for SRM Installation
40. Configuring SRM
41. Custom Recovery Plans
42. Failover and Failback

Introduction to Third-Party Virtualization Tools

Veeam Monitor
1 - Introduction to Veeam Monitor
2 - Installing Veeam Monitor
3 - Configuring and Using Veeam Monitor

Veeam Reporter 4.0

1 - Introduction to Veeam Reporter
2 - Installing Veeam Reporter
3 - Configuring and Using Veeam Reporter

Veeam Backup and Replication

1 - Introduction to Veeam Backup and Replication
2 - Installing Veeam Backup and Replication
3 - Configuring and Backing up VMs with Veeam Backup
4 - Restoring Virtual Machines with Veeam Backup
5 - Using the Veeam File Level Restore Wizard
6 - Replicate Virtual Machines with Veeam Replication for Disaster Recovery
7 - Managing Backup Servers with Veeam Enterprise Manager
8 - Backing Up vCenter with Veeam Backup and VSS
9 - Sneak Peak: Veeam Backup 5.0 with SureBackup

VMware Data Recovery (VDR)
1 - Introduction to VMware Data Recovery (VDR)
2 - Installation and Initial Configuration of VMware Data Recovery (VDR)
3 - Performing Backups and Restores with VMware Data Recovery (VDR)
4 - Performing File Level Restores in Windows with VDR
5 - Performing File Level Restores in Linux with VDR
6 - VMware Data Recover (VDR) Best Practices
* VDR Maximums
* How to Update VDR
* Backing Up vCenter VM
* Installing VMware Tools
* Upgrading Virtual Hardware
* Archiving Backups for Offsite Storage
* Monitoring Backups Destination Growth
* Extending Your Backup Destination
* Improve Backup Performance
* Creating a VDR Log Bundle for Support

PowerCLI – Hal Rottenberg

Reporting with PowerCLI
* A Special Note About ESXi
* How to Create Great Reports - A Brief Overview
* Who Is Your Audience?
* What Are Your Requirements?
* Requirements - Output Formats
* Requirements - Report Destinations
* Interpret the Data
* Automate! If You Repeat It, Script It!
* When Is PowerCLI Useful for Reporting?
* Using PowerCLI to Create Reports
* Report 1: Host Inventory
* Using VMHostReport.ps1 Script
* Report 2: VM Inventory
* Using VMReport.ps1 Script
* Sending an E-mail with VM Report
* Report 3: Storage Utilization
* Using Export-DSReport.ps1 Script
* Using Search Datastore Function

Performance with PowerCLI
* Introduction to Performance Monitoring
* Vocabulary
* Performance Manager
* Counter Groups
* Metrics & Counters
* Rollup Types
* Sampling Periods & Intervals
* Statistics Collection Levels
* The Get-Stat Cmdlet
* Get-Stat Parameters
* Working with the Get-Stat Cmdlet
* Start and Finish Parameters for Get-Stat Cmdlet
* Using Get-Stat Type Cmdlet
* Exporting to CSV
* Creating Charts with PowerBoots
Diagnostics with PowerCLI

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VMware vCloud Director Fundamentals

VMware vCloud Director Fundamentals

VMware vCloud Director Fundamentals CBT | 595MB


VMware vCloud Director Pool virtual infrastructure resources in your existing datacenter and deliver them to users as a catalog-based service with VMware vCloud Director. Coupled with VMware vSphere™, the best platform for cloud infrastructures, VMware vCloud Director enables customers to build secure private clouds, transforming the way IT delivers and manages infrastructure services and the way users access and consume these services.

Objectives. After completing this course, students should:

• Know the prerequisites for a VCD 1.0 installation (hardware and co-requisite software)
• Be able to perform initial setup of VCD in a Red Hat Linux virtual machine
• Know how to install and configure vShield Manager
• Understand critical VCD concepts: cell, organization, virtual datacenter, provider networks, organization networks, vApps, vApp networks, catalog
• Understand the services that vShield Edge provides to VCD
• Create an external network
• Create a network pool of virtual-machine networks
• Create an organization and allocate resources and networks to it
• Build a vApp within the organization
• Integrate the vApp into the catalog
• Understand the relationship of VCD to Chargeback Manager 1.5

Topics include:

Module 1: VMware Cloud Director Overview
Module 2: vCloud Director Architecture and Components
Module 3: vCloud Director Installation and Configuration
Module 4: vCloud Director Administration
Module 5: Network Administration In vCloud Director
Module 6: vCloud Director User

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Complete Java Video Tutorials Courses in 5 CD

Complete Java Video Tutorials Courses in 5 CD

Complete Java Video Tutorial Courses | 5 CD only in 668MB


Java is a simple, scalable object oriented, general purpose programming language with a multitude of uses. With the power to develop everything from simple web animations to high-end business applications that program hand-held devices, microwaves, cross platform server applications and more, it's no wonder why Java is on everyone's mind.

The package contains the following java trainings:

1-Java 2 Enterprise Edition J2EE Duration: 6 hrs / 75 lessons
2-Java 2 Certified Programmer Duration: 6 hrs / 89 lessons
3-Java 2 Graphics Duration: 6 hrs / 74 lessons
4-Java 2 JSP and Servlets Duration: 6 hrs / 74 lessons
5-Java Introduction to the Java Programming Language Duration: 8 hrs / 92 lessons 1-J2EE (Java 2 Enterprise Edition)

J2EE is an acronym for Java 2 Enterprise Edition. The Java 2 Enterprise Edition is Software that can be used along with the J2SE, the Java 2 Standard Edition which includes the compiler and the other fundamentals of Java. The J2EE software includes development and deployment systems for Java Servlets and Java ServerPages. Both of these combine Java and HTML to produce web pages on demand.
  1. Chapter01.Introduction to J2EE
  2. Chapter02.JavaServer Pages
  3. Chapter03.JavaServer Pages Code
  4. Chapter04.Servlets
  5. Chapter05.Database
  6. Chapter06.Enterprise JavaBeans
  7. Chapter07.Web Services
  8. Chapter08.Wrapup
  9. Chapter09.Credits
  10. LinG
  11. Workfiles
2-Java 2 Certified Programmer

The Java 2: Certified Programmer tutorial is for programmers experienced in using the basic syntax and structure of the Java programming language who wish to take the Sun Certified Programmer for Java 2 Platform exam . This course covers the information required by certification exam 310-035, which is the exam for Java 2 version 1.4. It also includes the information needed for 310-036, which is the certification exam for upgrading a certification from version 1.2 to version 1.4. It also includes the information required by 311-055, which is the certification exam for Java 2 version 5.0. The latest releases added several new features to the language.
  1. Chapter01.Introduction
  2. Chapter02.Object Oriented Programming
  3. Chapter03.Declarations & Operations
  4. Chapter04.References & Objects
  5. Chapter05.The Structure of Java
  6. Chapter06.Flow Control
  7. Chapter07.Language Fundamentals
  8. & java.text
  9. Chapter09.Threads
  10. & java.util
  11. Chapter11.Wrapup
  12. Chapter12.Credits
  13. LinG
  14. Workfiles
3-Java 2 Graphics

Java is a simple, scalable object oriented, general purpose programming language with a multitude of uses. With the power to develop everything from simple graphics and web animations, to high-end business applications that program hand-held devices, microwaves, cross platform server applications and more, it's no wonder why Java is on everyone's mind.
  1. Chapter01.Introduction
  2. Chapter02.Getting Started
  3. Chapter03.The Graphics Object and Colors
  4. Chapter04.PositioningSizingRotating
  5. Chapter05.Fundamental Drawing
  6. Chapter06.Fundamental Fonts
  7. Chapter07.Image Files
  8. Chapter08.The Mouse and Keyboard
  9. Chapter09.Making Shapes and Fitting Curves
  10. Chapter10.Fitting Text
  11. Chapter11.Stupid Animation Tricks
  12. Chapter12.Credits
  13. LinG
  14. Workfiles
4-Java 2 JSP and Servlets

JavaServer Pages and Java Servlets are programs executed by a Web server to produce Web pages which are sent to a client Web browser in response to a request from the browser. This course by Arthur Griffith not only demonstrates how to write them, it also shows how to deploy them to a server and make them run in response to a request. Both Servlets and JavaServer pages can read from files, including the use of SQL to read from a relational database, and use the information to construct a Web page.
  1. Chapter01.Introduction
  2. Chapter02.The Container
  3. Chapter03.Basic Servlets
  4. Chapter04.Basic JSPs
  5. Chapter05.XML and Ant
  6. Chapter06.HTML and HTML Forms
  7. Chapter07.JSP Tags
  8. Chapter08.Cookies and Session Tracking
  9. Chapter09.Errors and Exceptions
  10. Chapter10.Files
  11. Chapter11.Wrapup
  12. LinG
  13. Workfiles
5-Java Introduction to the Java Programming Language

Java is a simple, scalable object oriented, general purpose programming language with a multitude of uses. With the power to develop everything from simple web animations to high-end business applications that program hand-held devices, microwaves, cross platform server applications and more, it's no wonder why Java is on everyone's mind.
  1. Chapter01.Introduction
  2. Chapter02.Two Programs Named Howdy
  3. Chapter03.Drawing Text in a Window
  4. Chapter04.A Few Language Fundamentals
  5. Chapter05.Classes, Data, and Access
  6. Chapter06.Drawing and Painting
  7. Chapter07.Graphic Files
  8. Chapter08.Simple Animation
  9. Chapter09.Introduction to Applets
  10. Chapter10.Responding to the Mouse
  11. Chapter11.Components
  12. Chapter12.Placing Components in a Window
  13. Chapter13.Dialogs and Menus
  14. Chapter14.Wrap Up
  15. LinG
  16. Workfiles

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Java Fundamentals Video I and II

Java Fundamentals Video I and II

Java Fundamentals Video I and II | 1.49GB


Java is a strong type checking language. There are two concepts regarding types and objects. One is the object type and the other the template/class the object was created from. When an object is created, the template/class is assigned to that object which can not be changed. Types of an object however can be changed by type casting. Types of an object is associated with the object reference that referencing the object and determines what operation can be performed on the object through that object reference. Assigning the value of one object reference to a different type of object reference is called type casting.
Fundamentals I:
Fundamentals I - Introduction to the Eclipse
Fundamentals I - Introduction to the NetBeans
Fundamentals I - Lesson 1 Introduction to Java Applications
Fundamentals I - Lesson 2 Introduction to Classes and Objects
Fundamentals I - Lesson 3 Control Statements Part 1
Fundamentals I - Lesson 4 Control Statements Part 2
Fundamentals I - Lesson 5 Methods- A Deeper Look
Fundamentals I - Lesson 6 Arrays
Fundamentals I - Lesson 7 Classes and Objects- A Deeper Look
Fundamentals II:
Fundamentals II - Lesson 1 Object-Oriented Programming Inheritance
Fundamentals II - Lesson 2 Object-Oriented Programming Polymorphism
Fundamentals II - Lesson 3 Introduction to Graphical User Interfaces (GUIs) and Event Handling
Fundamentals II - Lesson 4 Exception Handling
Fundamentals II - Lesson 5 The Collections Framework

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Ajax Video Tutorials For Beginners

Ajax Video Tutorials For Beginners | 300MB

Ajax Video Tutorials For Beginners | 311MB

Ajax is a group of interrelated web development methods used on the client-side to create interactive web applications. With Ajax, web applications can retrieve data from the server asynchronously in the background without interfering with the display and behavior of the existing page.

Ajax uses a combination of HTML and CSS to mark up and style information. The DOM is accessed with JavaScript to dynamically display, and to allow the user to interact with the information presented. JavaScript and the XMLHttpRequest object provide a method for exchanging data asynchronously between browser and server to avoid full page reloads.

Ajax, shorthand for Asynchronous Javascript and XML, is a set of technologies that allows you to create Web applications that don't need to refresh Web pages in the browser. You can operate behind the scenes, connecting to the server, uploading and downloading data, and display the results in the browser using dynamic HTML. Using Ajax gives your Web pages the feel of a desktop application-the whole display will no longer flash when you click a button. VTC Author Steve Holzner helps you get started developing and building your own Ajax capable web pages. A familiarity with JavaScript, XML, PHP is recommended for this course. To begin learning, simply click the links.
Topics include:

1- Getting to know Ajax
2- Writing Ajax
3- Getting More Ajax Power
4- Creating Ajax Applications
5- Exploring The Browser-Side Ajax Frameworks
6- Exploring the Server-Side Ajax Frameworks
7- Using XML With Ajax
8- Using CSS With Ajax in Web Pages
9- Using PHP and Ajax
10- Doing It Right: Ajax Best Practices

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Vsftpd FTP Server & Virtual Users

Vsftpd FTP Server With Virtual Users ( Berkeley DB + PAM )

                    Vsftpd supports virtual users with PAM (pluggable authentication modules). A virtual user is a user login which does not exist as a real login on the system in /etc/passwd and /etc/shadow file. Virtual users can therefore be more secure than real users, because a compromised account can only use the FTP server but cannot login to system to use other services such as ssh or smtp.

Required software

  • Berkeley DB (version 4) databases

Install Berkeley DB And Utilities Under RHEL / CentOS

Type the following command:
# yum install db4-utils db4

Create The Virtual Users Database

To create a "db4" format file, first create a plain text files with the usernames and password on alternating lines. For e.g. create user called "tahaa" with password called "pass123456" and usman with password "pass345":
# cd /etc/vsftpd
# cat > vusers.txt

Sample output:
Next, create the actual database file like this:
# db_load -T -t hash -f vusers.txt vsftpd-virtual-user.db
# chmod 600 vsftpd-virtual-user.db
# rm vusers.txt

Configure VSFTPD for virtual user

Edit the vsftpd configuration file. Add or correct the following configuration options:
# Virtual users will use the same privileges as local users.
# It will grant write access to virtual users. Virtual users will use the
# same privileges as anonymous users, which tends to be more restrictive
# (especially in terms of write access).
# Set the name of the PAM service vsftpd will use
# RHEL / centos user should use /etc/pam.d/vsftpd
# Activates virtual users
# Automatically generate a home directory for each virtual user, based on a template.
# For example, if the home directory of the real user specified via guest_username is
# /home/virtual/$USER, and user_sub_token is set to $USER, then when virtual user vivek
# logs in, he will end up (usually chroot()'ed) in the directory /home/virtual/vivek.
# This option also takes affect if local_root contains user_sub_token.
# Usually this is mapped to Apache virtual hosting docroot, so that
# Users can upload files
# Chroot user and lock down to their home dirs
# Hide ids from user
Save and close the file. 

Create a PAM File Which Uses Your New Database

The following PAM is used to authenticate users using your new database. Create/etc/pam.d/vsftpd.virtual:
# cat > /etc/pam.d/vsftpd.virtual
Append the following:
auth       required db=/etc/vsftpd/vsftpd-virtual-user
account    required db=/etc/vsftpd/vsftpd-virtual-user
session    required

Create The Location Of The Files

You need to set up the location of the files / dirs for the virtual users. Type the following command:
# mkdir /home/vftp
# mkdir -p /home/vftp/{tahaa,usman}
# chown -R ftp:ftp /home/vftp

Restart The FTP Server

Type the following command:
# service vsftpd restart

Test Your Setup

Open another shell session and type:
$ ftp
Sample output:
Connected to
Name (localhost:root): tahaa
331 Please specify the password.
230 Login successful.
Remote system type is UNIX.
Using binary mode to transfer files.
ftp > 
Sample log from /var/log/secure:
# tail -f /var/log/secure

Oracle 10g Administration Certification Training

VTC- Oracle 10g Administration Certification Training

VTC - Complete Oracle 10g Administration Certification Training | 163.3MB

Oracle 10g is a database that runs on Linux, Unix and Windows servers. Oracle Database 10g can be used to automate administrative tasks, providing security and regulatory compliance features, and enabling the highest availability with Real Application Clusters. In this VTC tutorial you will install and configure an Oracle 10g database, as well as review several programming choices to work with your database. To begin learning today simply click the links.

Course: Oracle 10g
Author: EI Design
Duration: 3.5 hrs / 87 tutorials
Size: 164MB


Introduction (00:55)
Evolution of Oracle Database (01:02)
Introducing Oracle 10g (00:59)
What the Course is About (00:42)
Features of Oracle 10g (01:26)
Performance & Scalability (01:26)
Availability (00:31)
Security (00:37)
Grid Computing (02:45)
Automatic Storage Management (00:41)
Data Warehousing (01:58)
Management of Records (00:55)
Oracle Application Builder (00:27)
Choice of Development Tools (00:52)
Different Versions of 10g (00:40)
Getting Started
Preinstallation Checks (03:23)
Installation (05:36)
Post Installation Tasks (01:41)
Upgrading an Existing Oracle Database (01:46)
Creating a New Administration Account (02:19)
Creating a New Database User Account Pt.1 (04:11)
Creating a New Database User Account Pt.2 (03:46)
Loading Data (06:21)
Creating Database Objects
Overview (00:41)
Tables Creation (04:29)
Tables Modification (03:32)
Dealing with Constraints Pt.1 (04:37)
Dealing with Constraints Pt.2 (06:19)
Removing Tables (04:02)
Retrieving & Manipulating Data
Overview (00:46)
Basic Query Construction (03:51)
Joining Tables (05:06)
Report Customization (04:22)
Handling Groups of Data (03:06)
Data Addition/Modification & Removal (04:40)
Saving & Discarding Data (04:44)
Administering & Monitoring Database
Managing Database Settings (02:43)
Managing Memory (01:27)
Oracle Shutdown & Start Up (03:33)
Managing Tablespaces (03:01)
Freeing Space (02:06)
Managing Database User Accounts (01:26)
Schemas/Roles & Privileges (03:37)
Altering a Password for a User (01:31)
Dropping a User (01:05)
Monitoring the Database (03:25)
Monitoring Performance Issues (02:11)
Viewing Top SQL (02:40)
Monitoring Sessions (02:02)
Viewing System Statistic (01:44)
Service Availability in 10g EE
Transparent Application Failover in RAC (01:07)
Recovery from Error Using Flashback (04:26)
Using Oracle Secure Backup (03:29)
Database Backups & Recovery (02:25)
Rebuilding Database Objects Online (02:38)
Security in 10g EE
Transparent Data Encryption Feature (04:14)
Using Secure Application Roles (02:15)
Using Oracle Label Security (01:33)
Use of Virtual Private Database (03:11)
Using Fine Grained Auditing (02:00)
Data Manageability
Management of Large Database (00:55)
Exploring Cluster Database (03:06)
Automatic Memory Management Feature (03:36)
Automatically Managing Undo (04:26)
Managing ASM Disk Groups (02:40)
Using the Segment Advisor (04:09)
Resolving Performance Issues Using ADDM (02:55)
SQL Tuning & Access Advisor (03:10)
Using Oracle Data Pump (05:18)
Advanced Scheduling (05:13)
Information Lifecycle Management (01:32)
Managing Enterprise Manager Policies (02:41)
Data Warehousing
Oracle Warehouse Builder (01:32)
Working with Flat File Data (01:53)
Designing Relational Target Warehouse (02:20)
Designing ETL Data Flow Mappings (01:01)
Deploying Objects in Target Warehouse (01:17)
Inter-Row Calculations (01:02)
Filling Gaps in Sparse Data (00:51)
High Speed Data Loading (01:03)
ETL Infrastructure (01:35)
Using Basic Warehousing Functionality (01:08)
Using Materialized Views (00:45)
Application Development
Using Oracle Application Express (04:30)
Adding PL/SQL Functionality (03:05)
Creating a .NET Application (01:54)
Creating an Application Using PHP (00:56)



VTC-Red Hat Certified Engineer Video Tutorials

Author: Michael Jang Duration : 6.5 hrs / 94 tutorials 254MB
Genre: Video Training


Linux is the most important operating system on the Internet. It’s recognized everywhere as the cost-effective way to operate all kinds of servers. With the support of powerhouses like IBM, Dell, HP, and Sun, demand for Linux servers is growing. Red Hat is the dominant player in Linux. And the Red Hat Certified Engineer is perhaps the most important of the \”hands-on\” exams recognized for testing real skills. This practical \”how to\” course by VTC author Mike Jang, uses practical examples to demonstrate the skills tested by the RHCE exam. To begin learning simply click the movie links.
02-Additional Information for the RHCE Exam
03-System Monitoring and Fault Analysis
04-System Service Analysis
05-Network Configuration and Security
06-Network Support Services
07-Sharing on a Network
08-Apache Web Services and More
09-Configuring Email Services
10-Creating Secure Remote Access
11-Account Security
12-Troubleshooting and System Maintenance
13-Installation and Configuration


VTC - Using SSH Secure Shell Tutorial

VTC - Using SSH Secure Shell Tutorial

VTC - Using SSH.rar | 55MB
Author: Bobby Rogers
Running Time: 2 hrs / 20 tutorials



-Course Introduction

•Introduction to Secure Shell

-Secure Shell in a Nut Shell
-Telnet/FTP & R Services
-Installing Secure Shell on Linux
-Installing Secure Shell on Windows
-Configuring Secure Shell
-Basic Secure Shell Use

•Using Secure Shell for Remote Administration

-Using SCP to Copy Files
-Using SFTP to Transfer Data
-Mounting Remote File Systems with SSHFS
-Using SSH with Other Services
-Multiple SSH Sessions with screen
-Tunneling X11 Through SSH
-Remote Desktop with SSH

•Using SSH with Other Services

-Securing SSH
-The \’root\’ account & SSH
-Using Public Key Authentication with SSH
-Secure Use of SSH
-The DOs & DON\’Ts of SSH

•Final Thoughts

-Resources to He|p with SSH

Code: - Using SSH.rar

Samba Server

LinuxCBT Samba Edition Video Tutorial

LinuxCBT Samba Edition | 688MB

LinuxCBT Samba Edition focuses on the Samba suite of clients and servers and Windows integration.

Samba is the de-facto UNIX/Linux-based software for seamlessly integrating UNIX/Linux environments with MS Windows networks via Samba's implementation of the SMB protocol suite. Samba allows your UNIX/Linux system to emulate a Windows workstation/server in the network neighborhood/my network places browse list. Consequently, your UNIX/Linux-based system appears to be a Windows-based system featuring file & print shares. Additionally, Samba adds many features not included with stock MS Windows systems.

Zend Studio 7.2.0

Zend Studio 7.2.0 | 318MB


Zend Studio is the leading professional-grade PHP development environment, designed to maximize developer productivity by enabling you to develop and maintain code faster, solve application problems quickly and improve team collaboration.

Zend Studio 7.2 Features:

* Installation / Documentation / Support
* Zend Framework Integration
* PHP Refactoring
* PHP Code Generation
* PHP Editor and File Management
* JavaScript Support
* HTML & CSS Support
* PHP Debugging
* Zend Server Integration
* PHP Unit Testing
* Remote and Virtual Systems
* Database Connectivity
* Source Control
* Miscellaneous
* Zend Studio 5.X Migration

JDownloader 0.9.581

JDownloader 0.9.581

JDownloader 0.9.581 | 29MB

JDownloader is a download manager, written in Java, which allows the automatic download of files and split files from one-click hosting sites such as Rapidshare, Fileserve, Filesonic, Mediafire, Hotfile, bitshare, easy share, desposite file,, Megaupload and much more. JDownloader supports the use of premium accounts as well.

Best Downloader for file hosting sites.

Official features:
  1. Platform independent. (Windows, Linux, Mac, ..); runs on Java 1.5 or higher
  2. 24-hour support
  3. Download several files in parallel
  4. Download with multiple connections
  5. Can automatically solve some Captchas with its own OCR module (JAntiCaptcha)
  6. Automatic extractor (including password list search) (RAR archives)
  7. Decrypt RSDF, CCF and DLC Container files
  8. About 300 decrypt plugins for many services. e.g., UCMS, WordPress, RLSLog….
  9. Supports about 110 one-click hosters
  10. YouTube, Vimeo, clipfish video and Mp3 Download
  11. Can automatically acquire a new IP address to save waiting time (1400 routers supported)
  12. Web update
  13. Integrated package manager for additional modules (e.g. Web interface, Shutdown)
  14. Theme Support
  15. Multilingual