Tuesday, 6 August 2013

Top 10 High PR Social Networking Websites 2013

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We are about to show the most effective way of generating free traffic within at no costs. The way that claims to provide you free traffic you really consider to get it. In the article I'm here to give you one same thing that you may be looking for or going to, On the spot you need to stop your seeking here by reading the article where a number of BookMarking sites are listed to let you generate free traffic to your website or blog.

However, I've listed the most important and common BookMarking sites. The listed sites are not going to disappoint anyone because you'll really be benefited from all of these. If you were thinking that this way is not appropriate for your niche, In this case you're on the wrong way because you can share any article concerning a huge list of topics and categories.

What are BookMarking (BM) sites used for?

I knew this questions for the people who are just new to this, for that purpose here I want to give them few instances thus they can be understood to BM sites. Basically, There are many kind of BM sites in which some of them are used to share articles as well as some of them are used to list the shared articles. 

You can say that in BM sites we've some Social Networking sites and Article Submition sites. The sites which are available to list the users Articles are said to be Article Submition websites. In order to interact with them, First of all we need to be registered there after all the process of registration they allow us to submit articles to them.

The Top 10+ List of Social BookMarking Sites

Don't let this oportunity to go away while taking benefits from time, Just do use them now I hope you will be surprised when you got the traffic. All of the listed sites are safe and secure and there is no harm in using them.

The special thing you can achieve from them is that you can also get a quality Backlink from each of the site.Some of them may not give you the Backlinks however, traffic will also be an enough thing to you by the BookMarking.

The Conclusion:
It was an important topic to many of the bloggers while keeping the benefits of BM sites I wanted to share the whole beneficial list of the sites with my visitors that's why I did it. I hope you may be helped little bit by this, If you've any other BookMarking site then do share it with us. If you wish then also BookMark My site I will be thankful to you for this work.

Your views are always appreciated here. Let's comment NOW!

Posted By Danyal Saleem16:59

Best Tips And Tricks For Blogger

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When we come to enter in the world of blogs. A number of question are to be raised. During the start time of a blogger some question are found in their minds which could be the one of followings. (Which Platform should I use to blog, Is Blogger simple for bloging, Is WordPress not good to blog because of its rest widgets, Is blogger good because of being owned by Google, Would blogger help me to explore something I like to do).

                                                    The Best Tips and Tricks For Blogger

If any of these question are raised in your mind and want to make them clear completely, Then You're on the right path to do so. I my self use blogger to blog on. The time since I'm using it. I've not ever found any problem during the process of my blogging.The most liked and Interesting thing to blogger is that It is owned by Google (A search engine). Which is known by every Internet user around the whole world. If you're a developer then you must know about the various products of Google which are used for the different purposes according to their niche.

As you know about one thing that the way by which we find our needed information is the source of Google search. When we search on Google for something which we want to get, after the search a rest of Websites come in the shape of results. In which you find different kind of websites related to your need. Thus, If a blogger's blog relates to the searched word, will also be brought to the search results with a favor of Google. Why does Google favor to blogger blogs. Because Blogger is owned by Google. Because of this Google favor to its blogs. If you've joined the "Webmaster Tools" (A way to index websites/blogs to Google search) is also owned by Google. Where Google adds your Blog to the "Webmaster Tools" without any asking. That's the favor of Google to your blog. Similarly Google has many Products, which are free to use specially for a blogger. If you need them then don't forget to join all of those from now and get benefited from each of them. Some of blogger features are followed below:

First look is the Last look.

The blogs which are having a good template with a good interface. Which could attract the visitors to visit them back. Don't think that the contents you've are everything for your blog, Because contents have its own place. But design is an other important fact between visiting interest. If your blog's template won the interest of visitors to visit you again then the chances of traffic will be increased. If you've started blogger newly and have no templates to install in it then don't wait, Just visit Google.com and search for templates. You'll probably get a huge number templates from there. Now chose your favourite template according to your blog niche. When you got any favourite template then simply download it and install it in your blog from the template section. After installation make the enough customization to it and you're done at all. It was my own opinion to you I hope this method will help you to get your goal.

Quality of Content is Worthy:

The main reason for having a huge number of visitors is to write worthy and needy content according to your blog niche. If you're blog is related to Internet then you'll need to write articles such as; Make Money Online, How to create accounts online, How to blog on etc. Any of these topics should be explained on you're blog if you provide Internet facilities. Thus, Every blog relates to its concerned topic.

Reply to Comments:

The visitors who come to visit your blog and may some of them want to ask something from you, Which could relate to your blog. Similarly If someone has commented on your blog then don't forget to answer them fast. Because If you answer them It means you're encouraging them to visit your blog again in the future. Once you started answering to the commentators, Thus the chances of more visitors will be increased. You must consider on one thing more that the answer you gave, must be related to the question which would be asked in the comment section.

Respect the visitors and readers:
The thing which brings a person from earth to sky is the respect for others. All of us may listen the words of respect from our elders as they advise us about it most often. With the advice they also mention various topics in that discussion to make us able to understand the importance of respect for someone. So it is not a difficult thing, For what I could explain it. Just follow the rules you've for readers and visitors to respect. Don't ever use informal language to abuse someone Which can decrease the interest of visitors to come visit you again.

Don't Forget to Join us on Following Networks for more updates!

Posted By Danyal Saleem16:55

How To Link 2 Servers With UnrealIRCD

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How to link two servers with Unrealircd?

Server One:-

Open up your unrealircd.conf file in your favourite text editor (pico -w unrealircd.conf if you're using SSH) and go to the listen block (normally starting around line 383). Add this line:

listen serveroneip:12345

You must replace your ip with the IP that your IRCd provider gave you. This line tells UnrealIRCd to listen for connections from servers only (no clients) on port 12345. As a rule, I like to use a 5 digit port somewhere between 10000 and 65535 (for this tutorial I will use port 12345).

Now we'll need to edit your link block. This is the block after the block that we just put our listen information into; about 40 lines down. This is where we tell UnrealIRCd that another server will be connecting, and that UnrealIRCd should authorize the connection. Add the following block:

link two.server.com
username *;
hostname servertwoip;
bind-ip *;
port 12345;
leaf *;
password-connect "anything10";
password-receive "anything20";
class servers;
options {

Great, now lets explain what each part means. The top, after the word link, just defines the hostname of the server you're trying to link; this will displayed if you type /map, /links or if you /whois somebody on that server. After username, you'll find the port, this must be the same as what we specified in the listen block above. The next line down can either be 'hub' or 'leaf', since we're editing the server one's config file, and server one is the hub, we'll put server two as a leaf. Below that line, we have the two passwords; connecting and receiving. Normally these two passwords are the same, but we'll make them different for this tutorial just in case you'd like to. Below we define the class, as we're linking a server we'll keep it at that, and we'll tell UnrealIRCd to try to autoconnect to this server. You don't have to include this option, but I find it useful.

Start your server, check it works ... and now on to server two!

Server Two:-

Open up your unrealircd.conf file in your favourite text editor (pico -w unrealircd.conf if you're using SSH) and go to the listen block (normally starting around line 383). Add this line:

listen servertwoip:12345

You must replace yourip with the IP that your IRCd provider gave you. This line tells UnrealIRCd to listen for connections from servers only (no clients) on port 12345. As a rule, I like to use a 5 digit port somewhere between 10000 and 65535 (for this tutorial I will use port 12345).

Now we'll need to edit your link block. This is the block after the block that we just put our listen information into; about 40 lines down. This is where we tell UnrealIRCd that another server will be connecting, and that UnrealIRCd should authorize the connection. Add the following block:

link one.server.com
username *;
hostname serveroneip;
bind-ip *;
port 12345;
hub *;
password-connect "anything20";
password-receive "anything10";
class servers;
options {

Most of this block is the same for the block in server one, but there are a few differences. On the first line, we define the hostname of the hub server, server one in this case. On the hostname line, we put the IP address of server one, as this is the IP address that server two will try to connect to. On the port line, we put the same port that we have defined in the listen blocks on both server one and server two, in this case 12345. On the next line, you'll noticed we've changed 'leaf', what we had on server one, to 'hub'. This is because we're connecting to server one this time, which is a hub. When we wrote the block on server one, we were connecting to server two, which is a leaf server. Below this line, we have the two password lines, you'll notice that the passwords are now around the other way, as the password-connect line on server two communicates with the password-receive line on server one. Once again, we have the autoconnect option enabled just for ease of use.

Start this server ... connect to the hub, type /map and make sure both servers are displayed there.

That's all done! You now have a true IRC network.

Posted By Danyal Saleem03:46

Connection Timed Out

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A connect or send request failed because the connected party did not properly respond after a period of time. (The timeout period is dependent on the communication protocol.)

Check the obvious first: check that the destination address is a valid IP address. If you used a hostname, did it resolve to the correct address? If the hostname resolution uses a local host table, it is possible you resolved to an obsolete address. Can you ping that hostname?

Do you have a router configured? Is the router up and running? (You can check by pinging it, and then ping an address on the other side of it.) Try a traceroute to the destination address to check that all the routers are functioning.

Check your subnet mask. If you don't have the proper subnet mask, your network system may treat a local address as a remote address (so it forwards addresses on the local subnet to the router, rather than broadcasting an ARP request locally), or vice versa.

Posted By Danyal Saleem03:41

How To Install Gseen And Stats Module On Eggdrop?

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What is a module?

Modules are pieces of code programmed in C and can provide extra functions for your eggdrops, stats, seen, functions etc. Your eggdrop will come with some preinstalled modules that you will be able to see in the config are loaded by the command loadmodule ModuleName. Modules will generally run quicker then tcl scripts as they are already compiled but they are harder to install as your bot will most likely need to be recompiled for each module, wheras you can load a tcl on the fly and just rehash/restart the bot.

How to load a module?We assume that you have already downloaded the source for your eggdrop (eggdrop1.6.21.tar.gz etc..) and unzipped it on your shell. If not do this before you continue

wget www.geteggdrop.com
tar -zxvf eggdrop1.6.21.tar.gz

Download a module - one from below or another from the internet.

Stats Module -http://www.kreativrauschen.de/stats.mod/download/stats.mod.1.3.3.dev1.tar.gz

Gseen Module -

Use wget from your shell url or an ftp client like FileZilla to upload these files to your shell.

For the purpose of this help snippet we will concentrate mainly on the stats module and assume your eggdrop source directory is eggdrop1.6.21

Upload or move your module stats.mod.1.3.3.dev1.tar.gz /gseen.mod.1.1.1.dev3.tar.gz to the directory ~/eggdrop1.6.18/src/mod/ in your shell.

Move to the directory eggdrop1.6.21/src/mod/ on your shell and unzip the stats module.

tar -zxvf stats.mod.1.3.3.dev1.tar.gz (tar -zxvf gseen.mod.1.1.0.tar.gz)

Move back to the eggdrop1.6.18 and compile your bot as usual:


make iconfig


make install

Important: With the stats module you must remember to copy the language files from ~/eggdrop1.6.18/src/mod/stats.mod/ to ~/eggdrop/language/ !

Go to :
cd /eggdrop1.6.21/src/mod/stats.mod/
cp stats.conf /home/yourshellusername/eggdrop/
cp stats.lang /home/yourshellusername/eggdrop/language/

Important: With the stats module you must remember to copy the language files from ~/eggdrop1.6.21/src/mod/gseen.mod/ to ~/eggdrop/language/ !

Go to:
cd /eggdrop1.6.21/src/mod/gseen.mod/
cp gseen.conf /home/yourshellusername/eggdrop/
cp gseen.de.lang /home/yourshellusername/eggdrop/language/
cp gseen.en.lang /home/yourshellusername/eggdrop/language/

This completes the installation of a new module.

You now need to add a line to your eggdrop.conf

source stats.conf
source gseen.conf

Following these measures you can start your bot ./eggdrop eggdrop.conf

You should also note that not all modules come with a .conf file and therefore you will need to load the module from your eggdrop.conf file by including the following line. Both stats and gseen have this line in their respective stats.conf and gseen.conf file which you will have loaded.

loadmodule ModuleName

All The Best.

Posted By Danyal Saleem03:39

Change TimeZone With .htaccess

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Here is short code that changes the timezone for the linux server, you can add this single line of code into your .htaccess file to change the timezone/locale for your PHP files.

Follow the below steps:

Add the following code into .htaccess file and upload it to the server:

php_value date.timezone “America/New_York”
Now check the changes by adding following code into your PHP file:

echo date(‘h:s d-m-y’);
It will display your current time according to the timezone you have mentioned in the .htaccess file.

Here is the list of all supported locales/timezones for PHP:


Posted By Danyal Saleem03:33

SSH Commands For Kloxo Panel

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Here is the list of all SSH commands for Kloxo panel involves easy troubleshooting if you have any issue:

Use the below commands from SSH terminal or Putty terminal:-

# /script/command












/script/ror-install (Installs ruby on rails)



/script/cleanup (Cleans and repairs broken libraries and modules, fix directory permissions)








/script/fix-program-mysql (set/reset admin password)



You can use any of the above command according to the issue you are having with the kloxo installation.

Posted By Danyal Saleem03:29

Useful Designs For Small To Large Networks

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                 ====================>Network Architecture 1 <=================
                 ====================>Network Architecture 2 <=================
                 ====================>Network Architecture 3 <=================
                 ====================>Network Architecture 4 <=================
                 ====================>Network Architecture 5 <=================

Posted By Danyal Saleem03:20

Monday, 5 August 2013

How To Setup Eggdrop?

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How To Setup Eggdrop?

- Download eggdrop1.6.21.tar.gz in your shell:

to download type: wget ftp://ftp.eggheads.org/pub/eggdrop/source/1.6/eggdrop1.6.21.tar.gz

- then type: tar -zxvf eggdrop1.6.21.tar.gz

- then type: cd eggdrop1.6.21

- then type: ./configure

- then type: make config (compiles all modules) or make iconfig (allows you to select the modules to compile).

- then type: make

- then type: pico -w egg.conf

- now copy and paste the following lines in it:

set username _______ # replace with anything you want
set admin "________ " # replace with anything you want
set owner ________ # replace with anything you want
set nick "_______" # replace with botnick you want

set timezone "CET"
set offset "-1"

set realname "Real name" # replace with anything you want
set my-ip "" # replace with vhost ip what ever you want to select.
listen 13381 all # it is the bot telnet port, you can telnet on this port and control the bot

##### LOG FILES #####

set network EFnet #make it dalnet if you want to connect the bot to dalnet or undernet etc.
addlang english

set max-logs 5
set max-logsize 0
set quick-logs 0
set raw-log 1
set log-time 1
set keep-all-logs 0
set logfile-suffix ".%d%b%Y"
set switch-logfiles-at 300
set quiet-save 1

##### CONSOLE #####

set console "mcobxs"


if {![file isdirectory $nick]} {
catch { exec mkdir $nick }

foreach file {user chan note pid} {
if {[file isdirectory $nick]} {
set ${file}file $nick/${file}file
} else {
set ${file}file $nick.${file}

set sort-users 1
set help-path "help/"
set text-path "text/"
set temp-path "/tmp/"

foreach path {help text temp} {
if {![info exists $path-path]} {
catch { exec mkdir $path-path }
set motd ""
set telnet-banner ""
set userfile-perm 0600


set botnet-nick $nick
set remote-boots 1
set share-unlinks 1
set protect-telnet 0
set dcc-sanitycheck 0
set ident-timeout 5
set require-p 1
set open-telnets 0
set stealth-telnets 1
set use-telnet-banner 0
set connect-timeout 15
set dcc-flood-thr 3
set telnet-flood 5:60
set paranoid-telnet-flood 1
set resolve-timeout 15


set ignore-time 15
set hourly-updates 00
set notify-newusers ""
set default-flags ""
set whois-fields ""
set die-on-sighup 0
set die-on-sigterm 1

bind dcc n tcl *dcc:tcl
bind dcc n set *dcc:set

set must-be-owner 1
set max-dcc 50
set allow-dk-cmds 1
set dupwait-timeout 5

##### MODULES #####
set mod-path "modules/"

loadmodule dns
loadmodule channels

set force-expire 0
set share-greet 1
set use-info 1

set global-flood-chan 5:1
set global-flood-deop 2:1
set global-flood-kick 3:10
set global-flood-join 5:60
set global-flood-ctcp 3:60
set global-flood-nick 5:60
set global-aop-delay 5:30
set global-idle-kick 0
set global-chanmode ""
set global-stopnethack-mode 0
set global-revenge-mode 0
foreach var {ban exempt invite} {
set global-$var-time [expr {60 + [rand 60]}]

set global-chanset {
-autoop -autovoice
-bitch +cycle
+dontkickops +dynamicbans
+dynamicexempts +dynamicinvites
-enforcebans +greet
-inactive -nodesynch
-protectfriends +protectops
-revenge -revengebot
-secret -seen
+shared -statuslog
+userbans +userexempts
+userinvites -protecthalfops


loadmodule server
set net-type 0
set altnick [string range $nick 0 7]\

bind evnt - init-server evnt:init_server

proc evnt:init_server {type} {
global botnick
putquick "MODE $botnick +i-ws"

set default-port 6667

# Replace the below server list with servers of your network, it should be fine for efnet.
set _servers {

while {[llength $_servers]} {
set index [rand [llength $_servers]]
lappend servers [lindex $_servers $index]
set _servers [lreplace $_servers $index $index]

set keep-nick 1
set strict-host 1
set quiet-reject 1
set lowercase-ctcp 0
set answer-ctcp 3
set flood-msg 5:60
set flood-ctcp 3:60
set never-give-up 1
set server-cycle-wait 30
set server-timeout 30
set servlimit 0
set check-stoned 1
set serverror-quit 1
set max-queue-msg 300
set trigger-on-ignore 0
set double-mode 0
set double-server 0
set double-help 0
set optimize-kicks 1
set stack-limit 4

#### CTCP MODULE ####

loadmodule ctcp
set ctcp-mode 0

#### IRC MODULE ####

loadmodule irc
set bounce-bans 1
set bounce-modes 0
set max-bans 20
set max-modes 30
set kick-fun 0
set ban-fun 0
set learn-users 0
set wait-split 600
set wait-info 60

set mode-buf-length 200
set no-chanrec-info 0

### IRC MODULE - IRCnet SPECIFIC FEATURES (net-type 1) ###

set bounce-exempts 0
set bounce-invites 0
set max-exempts 20
set max-invites 20
#set use-exempts 0
#set use-invites 0
set prevent-mixing 1

### IRC MODULE - OTHER NETWORKS (net-type 5) ###

#set kick-method 1
#set modes-per-line 3
#set include-lk 1
#set use-354 0
#set rfc-compliant 1


loadmodule transfer
set max-dloads 3
set dcc-block 0
set copy-to-tmp 1
set xfer-timeout 30

#### SHARE MODULE ####

loadmodule share
set allow-resync 0
#set resync-time 900
#set private-global 0
#set private-globals "mnot"
#set private-user 0
#set override-bots 0


loadmodule compress
set share-compressed 1
set compress-level 9


#loadmodule filesys
set files-path "/home/mydir/filesys"
set incoming-path "/home/mydir/filesys/incoming"
set upload-to-pwd 0
set filedb-path ""
set max-file-users 20
set max-filesize 1024

#### NOTES MODULE ####

loadmodule notes
set max-notes 50
set note-life 60
set allow-fwd 1
set notify-users 0
set notify-onjoin 0


loadmodule console
set console-autosave 1
set force-channel 0
set info-party 0


checkmodule blowfish

##### SCRIPTS #####

source scripts/alltools.tcl
source scripts/action.fix.tcl

- Now Save the file, to save type: ctrl + x

- Now once it is saved, it's time to start the eggdrop, type: ./eggdrop -m egg.conf

I hope this tutorial helps.

Posted By Danyal Saleem20:28

List Of PsyBNC Commands?

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BWHO - Lists all Users on the Bouncer
PASSWORD - Sets your or another Users Password(Admin)
BVHOST - Sets your vhost to connect thru
PROXY - Sets your proxy to connect thru
SETUSERNAME - Sets your User Name
SETAWAY - Sets your away-Text when you leave
SETLEAVEMSG - Sets your Leave-MSG when you leave
LEAVEQUIT - If set to 1, parts all channels on quit
SETAWAYNICK - Sets your nick when you are offline
JUMP - Jumps to the next IRC-Server
BQUIT - Quits your current Server Connection
BCONNECT - Reconnects a bquitted Connection
AIDLE - Enables/Disables Antiidle
AUTOREJOIN - Enables/Disables Auto-Rejoin
ADDSERVER - Adds an IRC-Server to your Serverlist
DELSERVER - Deletes an IRC-Server by number
LISTSERVERS - Lists all IRC-Servers added
ADDNETWORK - Adds a seperate Network to your client
DELNETWORK - Deletes a Network from your client
SWITCHNET - Switches to a given Network
ADDOP - Adds a User who may get Op from you
DELOP - Deletes an added User who got Op
LISTOPS - Lists all added Ops
ADDAUTOOP - Adds a User who gets Auto-Op from you
DELAUTOOP - Deletes an added User who got Op
LISTAUTOOPS - Lists all added Auto-Ops
ADDBAN - Adds a ban (global or to a channel)
DELBAN - Deletes a ban by Number
LISTBANS - Lists all bans
ADDASK - Adds a host/bot to ask Op from
DELASK - Deletes a host/bot to ask Op by Number
LISTASK - Lists the hosts/bots to ask Op from
ADDIGNORE - Adds a hostmask/contentfilter to the ignores
DELIGNORE - Deletes a hostmask/contentfilter from the ignores
LISTIGNORES - Lists the currently added ignores
PLAYPRIVATELOG - Plays your Message Log
ERASEPRIVATELOG - Erases your Message Log
ADDLOG - Adds a Log source / filter
DELLOG - Deletes a Log source by number
LISTLOGS - Lists all added Log sources/filters
PLAYTRAFFICLOG - Plays the Traffic Log
ERASETRAFFICLOG - Erases the Traffic Log
ENCRYPT - Encrypts talk to a given channel/user
DELENCRYPT - Deletes an encryption entry by number
LISTENCRYPT - Shows a List of encrypted talks
* BREHASH - Rehashes the proxy and resets all Connections
* MADMIN - Gives a User an Admin flag
* UNADMIN - Removes the Admin flag from a User
* BKILL - Kills a User from the proxy
* SOCKSTAT - Shows/Logs the current Connections
* ADDUSER - Adds a new User to the Bouncer
* DELUSER - Deletes a User from the Bouncer
* NAMEBOUNCER - Names your bouncer (needed for linking)
* LINKTO - Adds a bouncer Link to the Host/Port
* LINKFROM - Adds a bouncer Link from your Bouncer
* RELAYLINK - Allows or disables a relayable Link
* DELLINK - Deletes a Link to a bouncer
LISTLINKS - Lists all Links to/from the Bouncer
* RELINK - Resets a link to a bouncer by number
* PLAYMAINLOG - Plays the Connection Log
* ERASEMAINLOG - Erases the Connection Log
* ADDALLOW - Adds a host allow to connect
* DELALLOW - Deletes a host allow
* LISTALLOW - Lists the host allows on your proxy
SRELOAD - Reloads the Script for the User
LISTTASKS - Lists the current running tasks
* SETLANG - Sets the language (global)
BHELP - Lists this help or help on a topic
BHELP Use /QUOTE bhelp for details.

Posted By Danyal Saleem20:26