Step 1. Activate your USB Bluetooth

Open your Linux Terminal (Applications > Accessories > Terminal) then type ‘lsusb‘ and press ‘Enter‘ to check if your USB bluetooth is recognized or not by Ubuntu.

After that, type ‘sudo hciconfig hci0 up‘ and press ‘Enter‘ to turn on your bluetooth device. You can check the result using ‘hciconfig hci0‘.
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In this article, I will show you how to connect to the internet with Nokia 5320 express and CA-101 cable data.

Step 1. Connect the cable data

Setting from Nokia mobile

  • Plug in the cable data.

  • Choose ‘PC Suite‘.

Change USB connection mode?

Memory store may be corrupted if data transfer is ongoing”.

  • Choose ‘yes‘.

Message at Ubuntu Linux.
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Transfer files with Nokia Express Music 5320 is very easy. Just connect the CA-101 to your Nokia 5320 then plug into your Ubuntu.

From Nokia Express 5320 menu , select ‘Mass Storage‘.

In few seconds, it will be recognized as a USB storage. You can create any directories that you want.

I suggest to create based on category so it will easier for you to browse your files in the future.

Go to directory in your PC and select files that you want to copy.
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Sending files via bluetooth from your PC to Nokia Express is not difficult using gnome-obex-send. As long as your bluetooth device is recognized by Ubuntu then it can be done. I use regular cheap USB bluetooth. The brand is ‘Le Taec’, made in Taiwan.
Before we start, don’t forget to turn on your Nokia Bluetooth.

Step 1. Configure your bluetooth device

Open your Linux Terminal (Applications > Accessories > Terminal).

– Type ‘sudo hciconfig -a hci0 up’ to turn on your bluetooth device.

– Type ‘hciconfig -a hci0‘ to check the USB status.

– Type ‘hcitool scan‘ to search the available device around. As you see at the screen below, I found a device named ‘Ida’. The information that we need is the id code.

– Copy the id code by select the code using your mouse cursor, press right mouse button then select ‘copy’ menu.
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Scribus is an open source desktop publishing program available for Linux. Thanks to Scribus Team to make a very good program. Hope in the next version, it will has more advanced features. Unfortunetely in this version you can’t have built-in help program. You have to see at http://docs.scribus.net. Because NOT all people can get access to the internet all the time.


Make sure you are connected to the internet. Open your Linux Terminal (Applications > Accessories > Terminal) then type ‘sudo apt-get install scribus‘. The installation will take few minutes, depends on your internet connection speed.


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Down Them All is a Firefox’s add-ons that will download any pictures from a website. You just go to a website that have pictures that you want to download then click the add-on.

The installation is very easy. But before we start, make sure that you are connected to the internet.
Now, click ‘Tool > Add-ons‘ from Firefox menu. From search text box, type ‘downthemall‘ and from the combo box choose ‘add add-ons‘.
Then click the arrow button to start searching.

If your success then you will find the ‘add-on‘ module like below.

Click ‘Add to Firefox‘ button to continue.


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Every hardware in your computer will use interrupts, Ioports and DMA (direct memory access) then lsdev collects of all these data to give you a quick overview of which hardware uses what I/O addresses and what IRQ and DMA channels.

lsdev takes the data from /proc directory. This program is only show the kernel’s idea of what hardware is present, not what actually physically available.

How to install?

Make sure that you are connected to the internet.

Open your Linux Terminal (Applications > Accessories > Terminal) then type: ‘sudo apt-get install procinfo‘.


How to use?
Open your Linux Terminal (Applications > Accessories > Terminal) then type ‘lsdev‘.