Google Drive, Dropbox, SkyDrive, SugarSync

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Google’s very own “Loch Ness monster,” also known as Google Drive, has finally launched. It’s the new face of Google Documents, and it’s also Google’s oft-rumored Dropbox-killer. It enters a scene crowded with competitors besides Dropbox that let you sync multiple folders, collaborate with friends, and stream data to your mobile device — so how does Drive fare?

We’ll take a look at the top apps that let you sync files between all of your devices automatically, share files using password protection, pick which folders you want to sync, and do anything else you might want to do with a syncing app. While our evaluations of each app aren’t full-on reviews, they are encapsulations of where each app excels and what makes each unique. Refer to the chart at the bottom of the page for full breakdowns of each application.
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AsteriskNow vs Elastix vs Trixbox

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Anyone who looks to install an Asterisk based PBX will at some stage probably ask themselves as to what package they should go with as it just doesn’t make sense to install everything manually unless you’re super-hardcore.   Some research reveals there are qute a few options being: AsteriskNOW, Trixbox, Elastix, PBX In A Flash (PIAF) and a few other small less popular releases.  Now deciding between which one to install is not that easy and requires a bit of research, unless of course you have come across this blog post because I’ve done the research and now sharing it with you.  One of the problems with doing the research is that much of the information out there is quite outdated and can give you the wrong impression of what you should go for.  I’ll go through each of the distributions and then give a conclusion.

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Remove sudo asking for password

Just a simple short tip:

Type and add to the last line of visudo, replace username by your username:

sudo visudo
%username ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: ALL