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Kumar Parameswaran
Who am I? I’m Kumar, a System Administrator from Erode. I’m currently working with Coimbatore based IT company. I've 5.3 years of experience in the field of system administration.

At the year of 2009, I've completed my B.E. in computer science and started to learn Linux. At end of year I got my RHCE certification and started my career at January 2010 as system / network administrator. I love photography and I'm interested to read historical novels and articles.

What I do? I working with Linux servers for Web, Database and Mail server. As well as I do windows server configuration for web hosting. Also I've knowledge on server hardening, tweaking and monitoring.

Why here? When I was new to system administration, I was worked hard to learn. Internet helped me lot and lot in this, even still. Google and stack exchange sites became my best teachers. At the beginning for most of the issue, I needed to search a lot. Problem will be fix by 2 or 3 steps. But It’s too difficult to find solution at starting level. So I started to take notes on google drive. But It won’t help others who started career as like me. So I've started this blog to keep all my technical notes, so it will help others also. I won't promise, all posts are mine.

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Install and Uninstall VMware .bundle in Redhat - RHEL 6

Here the steps for Install and Uninstall VMware .bundle in Redhat and also Linux. I have checked with RHEL 6.

For install :
Login in as root user, Type following command

~]# sh VMware-***.bundle

Here *** will be your software and it's version.

This command will display normal GUI installation. Choose option as your wish.

For Uninstall :
Login in as root user, Type following command

~]# vmware-installer -l

This will display your product name and product version installed by VMware.

Product Name         Product Version    
========== ==============

Note Name and Version, Use following command to uninstall

~]# vmware-installer -u {product-name} {product-version}

~]# vmware-installer -u vmware-workstation

Now you can uninstall with GUI.

* This is common for all VMware .bundle installation files. Ex: VMware-Workstation, VMware-Player etc.

Play NFS (Need For Speed) or other Games on Full Screen in Laptop with Windows 7

Now a days most of people playing NFS serious (NFS Most Wanted , NFS Carbon etc.) in Laptop.

We are facing the problem that NFS game does not play in full screen mode. It have some black bar at both right and left side.

We can fix it with simple steps, For this your video driver should be installed with it's "Graphics & Media Control Panel" application.

Here i have explained it with screen shot. It'll be mostly same for Intel boards. Settings for other video drivers may differ. You may need to search for it in their graphics control panel.

Step 1 :

Click aero button at right bottom corner for show available notifications and running process. There is Graphics & Media Control Panel Icon.
If it is not avaliable there, you can get it from "Windows Control Panel". It'll open your "Graphics & Media Control Panel".

Step 2 :

Click Graphics & Media Control Panel icon and choose Graphics Properties...

Step 3:

Under Intel Graphics and …