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IEEE 802 Standards List

List of the IEEE 802 Standards and Working Groups IEEE 802.1Higher Layer LAN Protocols Working Group dealing with Bridging (networking and Network Management.  IEEE 802.2     Logical Link Control IEEE 802.3     Ethernet Working Group IEEE 802.4     Token Bus IEEE 802.5    Token Ring MAC protocol definitions IEEE 802.6    early  MANs (Dual queue dual bus) IEEE 802.7     Broadband LAN using Coaxial Cable IEEE 802.8     Fiber Optic TAG IEEE 802.9     Integrated Services LAN (ISLAN or isochronous Ethernet) IEEE 802.10   Inter-operable(vurtual) LANs and security IEEE 802.11   Wireless LAN & Mesh (Wi-Fi certification) Group
        IEEE 802.11a 
        IEEE 802.11b
        IEEE 802.11g
        IEEE 802.11n
        IEEE 802.11ac
        IEEE 802.11ad
        IEEE 802.11af
        IEEE 802.11ai
        IEEE 802.11aj
        IEEE 802.11aq
        IEEE 802.11ax
IEEE  802.12  Demand priority (HP's AnyLAN)100BaseVG IEEE 802.13   Fast Ethernet Development IEEE 802.14   Cable Modems IEEE 802.15   Wireless Personal …

Terminal based drop box installation Procedure

How to install dropbox from terminal in Ubuntu 12/13/14
Dropbox is a cloud which became a handy-tool, especially for researches, to store online their research work. 
The demand was further enriched with the closure of ubuntuOne, which used to be favorite online cloud storage.
Here follows the procedure for the installation of dropbox:
Step 1: For 32 bit machines:
 cd ~ && wget -O - "" | tar xzf -

For 64 bit machines:
cd ~ && wget -O - "" | tar xzf -Step 2: Next, run the Dropbox daemon from the newly created .dropbox-dist folder. ~/.dropbox-dist/dropboxdNOte: This procedure was tested on Ubuntu 12.04,Also, this procedure will work on any another Linux.

shortcut virus remover for USB (pen) drives

If you are facing the problem of all (or partially) files in your portable USB drive becoming shortcuts, then here is a one step solution for any TechLAYMANs.
Note: Don't click the shortcut file directly, before this solution.

solution 1:traditional solution
Step 1: Download this portable shortcut virus remover file.
This is java file. So, it works on all operating systems
Step 2: Place this downloaded file in the effected USB drive.
Step 3: click on it to run, and then give Enter.

solution 2: Terminal based solution

Step1: press windows key+R, enter cmd, then enter. Then, Command prompt will open.
Step2: Initially find the effected removable drive alphabet (E or F or G,...).
Then type E: (for Removable drive E),then give enter.....Now, you will go to that drive.
Step 3: type attrib -r -s -h *.* /s /d, followed by enter.
Step 4:  Then type del *.lnk

        Now the pen(usb) drive is ready to use.

WOW! the simplest process completely recovers your missing data. Have …

NS 2 installation in ubuntu 12 or 13 or !4

NS 2 install procedure in ubuntu 12 or 13   each step by step copy and past at terminal  follwing..
1  sudo apt-get update

2  sudo apt-get install build-essential autoconf automake libxmu-dev

3 tar zxvf ns-allinone-2.35.tar.gz    (This is to extract the tar.gz file into a folder)

4 sudo apt-get install gedit 

 5 cd ns-allinone-2.35
                   go to cd /home/ns-allinone-2.35/ns-2.35/linkstate/ls.h
                   then, open ls.h file
edit file go to line 137 relpce this below
void eraseAll() { this-> erase(baseMap::begin(), baseMap::en

6 ./install    

7 gedit .bashrc

add path 

export PATH=$PATH:/home/username/ns-allinone-2.35/bin:/home/username/ns-allinone-2.35/tcl8.5.10/unix:/home/username/ns-allinone-2.35/tk8.5.10/unix
export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/home/username/ns-allinone-2.35/otcl-

8 source .bashrc

9 ns 
get % it is installed

Note: when add path replace your pc username instead of username