FACEBOOK Photo Album Download

I don't use Facebook anymore. Its not about the privacy issue but I won't be using it any more. But there are my 50 photo albums that are very precious to me. In order to download it one image after another it takes months. After a few research I found this Firefox Add-on facepaste which fulfills my objective.
If you want to download all the photos of your facebook photo album at a single click then,   you have this Firefox addon "facepaste" developed by  Delan Azabani. This add on is free to download. Once you install this addon you can easily download all your album in a single click. You can also download multiple album at once.
After the installation:
#1 Right Click + Download Facebook Album(s)
Then you can see the screen similar as below

facepaste User Interface

Enjoy facepaste.
But things like Add-on and extention don't necessarily exist in the browser in case facepaste doesnot exist any more please Search " Facebook Album Download " in firefox add-on search bar.

Also there exists an Application of Chrome Browser titled " Facebook Photo & Album Manager" This is more user friendly than facepaste. Choose whichever you like.
Thank You!!!
Linux Terminal Commands.pdf

Linux Terminal Commands.pdf

This is a documentation of Terminal Commands that I have used in my terminal for making my task easy. All the Commands are useful and performs basic operations. Since it is a collection of my case study and research I did  in internet to solve my problems,you are all linux enthusiast are free to contribute in this documentation.

LinuxFoundationX: LFS101x Introduction to Linux. $4200 worth course for free @ edX

LinuxFoundationX: LFS101x Introduction to Linux. $4200 worth course for free @ edX

All the Linux enthusiast here is a good news, edX has introduced a course titled "INTRODUCTION TO LINUX"."Register to the edx site and choose the course to begin your Linux passionThis course is taught by the Linux Foundation previously. It cost us $4200 which is not affordable to everyone. But this time edX in collaboration with the Linux Foundation has introduced this course where  course instructor JERRY COOPERSTEIN phd Training Program Director 
The Linux Foundation will be instructing the course.


Learning at edX is an easy way to promote your skills. Here the same syllabus will be taught in an interactive way with many reference materials such as, audio, video examples, guest lecture, lab work and community support as well. This will be sufficient to get more information about what topic you are learning

Linux Foundation

The Linux Foundation is a non-profit consortium dedicated to fostering the growth of Linux. Founded in 2007, The Linux Foundation sponsors the work of Linux creator Linus Torvalds and is supported by leading Linux and open source companies and developers from around the world. "Introduction to Linux" is taught by this foundation years before for fostering the skills of student, and linux enthusiasts to motivate them in using linux  and its distributions.


Syllabus and Grading
The full syllabus for this course can be downloaded here.

Since this course is entirely self-paced, we include many questions, activities, and labs to help you practice the skills as you are acquiring them.

In order to pass the course, all that is required is that you pass the final exam, available at the end, which consists of 30 questions. The passing score is 70%.

You will have a maximum of 2 attempts to answer each question on the exam. It is an open book exam (meaning that you are free to reference your notes, screens from the course, etc), and there's no time limit on how long you can spend on a question or on the entire exam. You can always skip a question and come back to it later.

It is an opportunity to get knowledge about Linux. Taking this course you can learn how the linux architecture is comprised and how your hardware as well software are linked through the Linux Karnel.


I tried a lot to enable hotspot through the GUI of Network Manager but it never happened. It created a hotspot but always the created hotspot didn't even appear in my android phone. Sometimes it is a problem in Ubuntu14.04. Same user interface worked for enabling hotspot in 13.10.Here are the steps that will guide you to enable hotspot and connect with other devices.You need to add a repository online, so make sure that you are using internet 
[email protected]:~$ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:nilarimogard/webupd8 Update the whole list of repositories 
[email protected]:~$sudo apt-get update                                        Adding the repository  adds ap-hotspot to the list, Now install ap-hotspot
[email protected]:~$sudo apt-get install ap-hotspot                         ap-hotspot is now installed. Better open,configure  and start the hotspot service
[email protected]:~$sudo ap-hotspot
[email protected]:~$sudo ap-hotspot configure
[email protected]:~$ sudo ap-hotspot start

After HOTSPOT is created

In case you want to see the devices that are connected to your hotspot use this command
[email protected]:~$ arp -a
I tried it in 14.04, give it a try in other distributions, hope it works. Enjoy the Linux Tips.Keep sharing with us , at the end idea of Linux is all about sharing and learning.