This guide is for permanently rooting HTC Desire running stock Android Gingerbread 2.3.3 . If you want to temp root then you can follow this guide. Before starting please be aware that problems while rooting can brick your phone. While the process in this guide is relatively simple and easy, I can't be held responsible for whatever happens. Enable USB debugging in your phone by going to Settings -> Applications -> Development . Plug in your phone to the computer. Go to Revolutionary website http://revolutionary.io/ . From there download revolutionary software. Leave this browser tab opened. We need to generate Serial key later. Extract the downloaded software on your computer and run the software with root permission. $sudo ./revolutionary It will tell you your serial number and ask for the beta key. Copy the serial number and go to the browser tab we left open while downloading the software. Put the serial key there, select your phone, hboot version and g
Are you running out of free space on phones like HTC Desire and variants? It only has about 150MB of free space and after official Gingerbread 2.3.3 update the free space has decreased. Its really frustrating seeing all those apps with 20MB+ size eating up valuable space on Android phones. Even with App2SD I had very very difficult time maintaining free space. Installing apps like Facebook, Google Plus, Google Reader would eat up all the space. Today I used link2sd to increase free space on my Android phone and now I've more than 1GB of free space for installing apps. I've been installed so so many apps now. link2sd can move your application apk, dex and lib files to second partition of your SD card and creates a symlink where necessary. Even when you mount your SD card in computer the apps in SD card will work as only the first partition will be mounted in computer. Requirements : Root MicroSD card Clockworkmod recovery to partitoin the SD card. But you can manua
Squid access log is very informative if you know how to dig something out of it. Following is an a line from access.log file. 1201172176.719 1190 127.0.0.1 TCP_MISS/200 529 GET http://www.blogger.com/status.g? - DIRECT/18.104.22.168 application/xml This line can be written as: Timestamp, Total time, Source, Action/Code, Size, Method, URL, Ident, Hierarchy/From, Content type 1: Timestamp Time when the request was completed. 2: Total time Total time taken to complete the request 3: Source IP address of the client 4: Action/Code Action taken for the request 5: Size Total size of the request in bytes 6: Method Whether the request was GET or POST 7: URL The actual request 8: Ident Usually - 9: Hierarchy/From How the object is fetched and from where 10: Content type Type of object Action "TCP_" refers to requests on the HTTP port (3128) TCP_HIT A valid copy of the requested object was in the cache. TCP_MISS The requested object was not in the cache.